Senior outside hitter/opposite Mac May led all players in total attacks and kills as unseeded UCLA women’s volleyball fell to No. 16 seed BYU on Thursday.(Lauren Man/Assistant Photo editor)
This post was updated April 15 at 11:06 p.m.
UCLA was one point away from winning the set and tying the match.
And after a run by the Cougars to tie the second frame, the Bruins fell short on multiple set points, losing the period and then the match.
This post was updated April 14 at 10:27 p.m.
The Bruins spoiled the Broncs’ return to the tournament.
No. 15 UCLA women’s volleyball (15-6, 14-6 Pac-12) swept Rider (7-5, 4-4 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) in Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday night, never trailing throughout the game.
Women’s volleyball beat writer
Prediction: Third Round
The Pac-12 is called the “Conference of Champions” for a reason.
Ever since the conference expanded to 12 schools in 2011, four of its teams have gone on to win it all, including the Bruins in that inaugural year.
Kelsey Campeau hadn’t played in her team’s first 16 games.
But when the junior defensive specialist/libero had her number called upon this weekend, she said she served with no fear.
Olivia Simons, Daily Bruin contributor
For their second conference series of the season, the Bruins will play on rival territory.
No. 10 UCLA baseball (13-6, 2-1 Pac 12) will travel across town to play USC (9-7, 3-0) this weekend at Dedeaux Field for its second conference series and second time playing the Trojans this season.
The Bruins continued their trend of winning only one match per weekend.
Then-No. 15 UCLA women’s volleyball (12-6) defeated crosstown rival USC (4-8) at the Galen Center 3-1 in the first match Friday before losing to the Trojans 3-2 at home Sunday.
Bryan Palmero, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will have yet another chance to secure a winning season.
No. 15 UCLA women’s volleyball (11-5) will face unranked rival USC (3-7) for a home-and-home doubleheader Friday and Sunday.
Kyle Boal, Assistant Sports editor
A new Bruins’ season is here.
No. 18 UCLA rowing will begin its season hosting Loyola Marymount in Marina del Rey with no fans in attendance.
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