Coach Michael Sealy announced the final four commits of his eight-player 2020 recruiting class on Apr. 29, as the team moves on next season without Honorable Mention All-American outside hitter senior Savvy Simo. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
Although the 2020 season is still up in the air, more freshmen recruits became Bruins last month.
Coach Michael Sealy announced four new UCLA women’s volleyball recruits on Apr.
The “From the Sidelines” series aims to give student-athletes a chance to share their stories in their own words. The first testimony comes from UCLA indoor and beach volleyball senior Savvy Simo, who has recently announced she will take a fifth year in response to the cancellation of what would have been her eighth campaign as a Bruin.
Despite their season coming to an end over the weekend, the Bruins are still moving toward next season with hope.
UCLA women’s volleyball’s (19-12, 13-7 Pac-12) 2019 season came to a close Saturday afternoon with a loss to No.
Despite their struggles with serving, the Bruins managed to secure the win.
UCLA women’s volleyball (19-11, 13-7 Pac-12) recorded just one ace through three sets in its win over Notre Dame (19-10, 12-6 ACC) in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday afternoon.
One year after missing the playoffs for the second time in the past 20 years, the Bruins are back in the tournament.
UCLA women’s volleyball (18-11, 13-7 Pac-12) will head to Madison, Wisconsin, to face Notre Dame (19-9, 12-6 ACC) in the first round of the NCAA women’s volleyball tournament Friday.
The Bruins ended the regular season with a win.
On Friday night, No. 23 UCLA women’s volleyball (18-11, 13-7 Pac-12) defeated crosstown rival USC (17-13, 11-9) to end its regular season with a four-game winning streak.
The Bruins pulled out the win in their trip to the desert.
No. 23 UCLA women’s volleyball (17-11, 12-7 Pac-12) defeated Arizona (15-16, 5-14) on the road Wednesday afternoon in three sets in the teams’ only matchup this season.
The Bruins’ regular season is coming to an end.
No. 23 UCLA women’s volleyball (16-11, 11-7 Pac-12) will go on the road to face off against Arizona (15-15, 5-13) on Wednesday and USC (16-12, 10-8) on Friday to conclude regular season play.
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