Freshman Mia Jovic leans to one side with her racket as she awaits the ball. Jovic paired wih freshman Ahmani Guichard and defeated upperclassman opponents. (Courtesy of Sofia McMaster)
Four Bruins matched up against quartets of Wolverines, Golden Bears, Antelopes, Trojans and Sun Devils in the desert.
While the competition didn’t count for anyone’s records, freshman Mia Jovic said her trip will serve her well going forward as she prepares for her first season in Westwood.
This post was updated Oct. 29 at 8:19 p.m.
Upon a back-to-back champion’s return, a three-peat slipped through the Bruins’ fingers.
The youth were left to try and keep the trophy in-house – but they didn’t.
This post was updated Oct. 2 at 3:48 p.m.
A brand new year of UCLA Athletics is on the horizon, and with it comes more chances to etch new records.
This post was updated July 23 at 6:51 p.m.
As UCLA Athletics takes a break for the summer, professional sports are still in full swing, with many Bruin alumni representing.
The highest honors at tennis’s most storied tournament have eluded former Bruins for nearly a decade.
This year, a cast of five seeks grass glory, and the last one from the school to win it all will be among them.
Fangran Tian’s trophy case recently gained its most glamorous member, and she’s already had to make some room on the shelves.
Since the rising sophomore won the 2023 NCAA singles title just over a month ago, additional accolades have piled up – reeling them in has become a habit.
While most children learn how to lace up their sneakers in school or at home, Caroline Goldberg had a different backdrop.
As the daughter of two UCLA alumni, Goldberg learned to tie her shoes in Pauley Pavilion, making the most of the timeouts during games.
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