Saturday, September 25

Women’s hoops bounces

Women’s hoops bounces back after loss to Oregon Kuypers benched, but scores career high against OSU By Hye Kwon The UCLA women’s basketball team put together its finest effort of the season thus far to defeat Oregon State, 84-73, last Saturday at Pauley Pavilion. Read more...


Men’s tennis rusty at Palm Springs Invitational

Men’s tennis rusty at Palm Springs Invitational Three-week break takes toll as fifth seed Janecek stumbles in quarterfinals By Chris Isidro Palm Springs once again proved itself as an escape from the elements as clear skies gleamed above the courts at Westin Mission Hills Resort last weekend. Read more...


The perfect vacation: hoops and Bend

The perfect vacation: hoops and Bend If you’re like me, you start looking forward to Spring Break about this time every Winter quarter. Day two, week one ­ yup, that’s about all the schooling I can handle before the daydreams hit town. Read more...



W. basketball is looking to

W. basketball is looking to rebound from early losses Bruins vying for first road victory tonight at USD By Hye Kwon Rebound will be the operative word when the UCLA women’s basketball team travels to University of San Diego this afternoon for a 5:15 p.m. Read more...


Swimmers gearing up for second half of season

Swimmers gearing up for second half of season Bruins continue training over break to face UCSD and Michigan in dual meets By Ross Bersot The week after finals, all around school, not a creature will be stirring, except in the pool. Read more...


Spikers hit

Spikers hit Florida in pursuit of NCAA title By Eric Branch Daily Bruin Senior Staff GAINSVILLE, Fl. — The UCLA women’s volleyball team is fortunate the Atlantic Coast Conference is not a hotbed of volleyball talent. Read more...