With 12 seconds remaining in the third overtime period, sophomore attacker Hannah Palmer netted a shot to give UCLA women’s water polo the win on Sunday over Arizona State after falling to the Sun Devils the day prior. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin staff)
Hannah Palmer’s golden goal saved the Bruins from a winless weekend.
No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo (8-2, 6-2 MPSF) and No. 5 Arizona State (12-7, 6-4 MPSF) were knotted at 10 goals apiece in a sudden-death overtime period at Mona Plummer Aquatic Center on Sunday before the sophomore attacker netted her third goal of the game and fourth of the weekend to give the blue and gold an 11-10 victory.
The Bruins are set to amass more than 4,000 miles in travel for their next four games.
No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo (7-1, 5-1 MPSF) will enjoy a slight return to normalcy with back-to-back doubleheaders against No.
Women’s tennisValerie Li, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins head for a sweltering weekend in Arizona riding a three-match winning streak.
No. 10 UCLA women’s tennis (11-3, 5-0 Pac-12) will first play No.
Just one goal separated the Bruins and the Cardinal when the clock hit triple zeroes in both games this weekend.
Junior utility Katrina Drake’s last-ditch effort fell just short at the buzzer Saturday, but it was redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Georgia Phillips who stonewalled a flurry of game-tying attempts as the final period came to a close Sunday.
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 commenced conference play with a pair of victories in their home-opening series.
No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo (4-0, 2-0 MPSF) dispatched its first conference opponent of the season, No.
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.
With conference play on the horizon, the Bruins are trying to quickly acclimate their new players, according to coach Adam Wright.
No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo (2-0) graduated just one player from last season’s roster, but adding eight freshmen to the fold has created an opportunity to test out new lineups ahead of its first conference matchup of the season against No.
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