After a season-ending injury to junior setter Devon Chang, freshman setter Audrey Pak has seen an increased role, recording 28 assists in last Friday’s win at Arizona State. (Ella Barnes/Daily Bruin)
A new pair of setters helped lead the Bruins to a pair of wins.
No. 15 UCLA women’s volleyball (8-3) coach Michael Sealy counted on his two freshmen setters Audrey Pak and Kate Lane to help propel the Bruins to their first sweep of the season since opening weekend.
Joel Kepes, Daily Bruin contributor
Revenge is on the Bruins’ minds as they welcome their crosstown rivals to Westwood.
No. 17 UCLA men’s tennis (3-1) will play host to No.
Men’s water polo
Zoe Moskowitz, Daily Bruin contributor
The top four teams in the nation are set to compete again this weekend.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (5-3, 4-3 MPSF) will travel to Avery Aquatic Center to play its last games of the regular season facing No.
The Bruins will need strong serving in the absence of their starting setter, according to their head coach.
After losing starting junior setter Devon Chang to an apparent leg injury Friday, No.
The Bruins broke an eight-year losing streak Friday, but they couldn’t sweep the weekend.
Then-No.18 UCLA women’s volleyball (5-3) split its home matches against No.10 Washington (6-2) this weekend, winning Friday’s match 3-2 before losing 0-3 on Sunday.
Women’s tennisOlivia Simons, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins’ first regular match of the season has been four years in the waiting.
No. 3 UCLA women’s tennis (4-1) will travel south to take on San Diego on Saturday, a team they haven’t played since February 2017.
Michael Waldman, Assistant Sports editor
After moving up one space in the rankings, the Bruins will take on the No. 1 team in the country in their first road doubleheader of the season.
The Bruins’ first loss revealed a common thread in their three season-opening victories.
In its three wins, No. 18 UCLA women’s volleyball’s (3-1) opponents each accumulated at least 19 hitting errors.
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