Saturday, April 13

UCLA men’s basketball’s Adem Bona declares for the 2024 NBA Draft

Uncertainty surrounded the status of the Bruins’ starting big – until Thursday. Adem Bona will be declaring for the NBA Draft. UCLA men’s basketball’s most experienced starter is set to pursue the league, he announced on Instagram on Friday. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore forward/center Adem Bona smiles while running down the court. The UCLA men’s basketball standout and reigning Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year announced Friday on Instagram he would be entering the NBA Draft. (Shane Yu/Daily Bruin staff)




Weekend in Preview: April 11

This post was updated April 11 at 9:39 p.m.  Beach volleyball Lori Garavartanian, Daily Bruin contributor The Pac-12 tournament will mark seven weeks since UCLA’s last loss if the team continues its 15-game winning streak in the coming days. Read more...

Photo: Graduate student Lexy Denaburg prepares to pass the ball to partner sophomore Maggie Boyd. (Brandon Morquecho/Photo editor)


‘End of an era’: UCLA men’s golf to play final Pac-12 regular season tournament

This post was updated April 11 at 9:34 p.m.  All good things must come to an end. But there is still time to write a final chapter in the book of the 2024 season for graduate student Mason Greene and his teammates. Read more...

Photo: Graduate student Mason Greene follows through on his swing. The Thunderbird Collegiate marks his last regular season tournament as a Bruin. (Jeremy Chen/Photo editor)


UCLA beach volleyball completes Senior Day sweep as regular season nears end

Students and parents alike waited on the sidelines of Mapes Beach to cheer on UCLA at its final home beach volleyball matchup of the season. And led by the graduate student quartet of Rileigh Powers, Jaden Whitmarsh, Devon Newberry and Lexy Denaburg, the Bruins put on a show for their fans. Read more...

Photo: Members of No. 1 UCLA beach volleyball gather to celebrate Senior Day for its four graduate students. (Brandon Morquecho/Photo editor)


UCLA football offense evolves under Foster, Bieniemy in expletive-fueled practices

This post was updated April 11 at 9:31 p.m.  Expletives had various connotations during a practice laden with them. One moment, redshirt junior quarterback Ethan Garbers cursed with joy, applauding his wide receivers following a well-executed play. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt junior quarterback Ethan Garbers (left) throws a pass during one of UCLA football’s spring practices while offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy (right) looks on. (Nicolas Greamo/Daily Bruin senior staff)