Friday, December 9


2021-2022 UCLA sports season previews

With the 2021-2022 season for UCLA Athletics beginning this month, the Daily Bruin Sports staff takes a look at the expectations for all 21 varsity teams, discussing the best- and worst-case scenarios for each club along with one key storyline surrounding each roster. Read more...

Photo: (Nathan Koketsu/Daily Bruin)


Olympic preview: Dozens of current Bruins, alumni represent UCLA in Tokyo

This post was updated July 25 at 9:47 p.m. With the 2020 Tokyo Games officially underway, Daily Bruin Sports looks at the 43 Bruin athletes – and handful of coaches – who are currently in Japan representing the blue and gold of UCLA, along with their countries’ colors. Read more...

Photo: (Lauren Ho/Design director, Photos (left to right): Daily Bruin file photo, courtesy of Mike Mattina/Arizona Athletics, Daily Bruin file photo, David Rimer/Assistant Photo editor)


Pro Bruin Rundown: Kyra Edwards seizes championship cup, Tiffany Joh retires from professional golf

As UCLA Athletics takes a break for the summer, professional sports are still in full swing. Each Sunday, Daily Bruin Sports will highlight a few standout performances of former UCLA greats from the past week as we count down the days until fall. Read more...

Photo: Former four-time All-American UCLA golfer Tiffany Joh retired from the professional ranks following the Marathon Classic held in Sylvania, Ohio. Joh spent 12 years as a pro following the conclusion of her collegiate career in 2009. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Amy Fuller Kearney to no longer serve as head coach of UCLA women’s rowing

This post was updated July 11 at 9:13 p.m. For the first time as a varsity program, the Bruins will have a new head coach. After two decades leading the program, Amy Fuller Kearney will no longer serve as head coach of UCLA rowing. Read more...

Photo: Amy Fuller Kearney served as head coach of UCLA women’s rowing for 20 years, leading the program to four NCAA Championship appearances as well as earning a Pac-12 co-Coach of the Year nod for the 2020-2021 season. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/ASUCLA Photography)



No. 17 UCLA rowing remains undefeated following road win over San Diego

The Bruins were finally back on the water. No. 17 UCLA rowing (3-0) competed against San Diego (3-3) on Saturday in Chula Vista, California, winning three out of the four races. Read more...

Photo: No. 17 UCLA rowing won three of its four races against San Diego to remain unbeaten and will travel across town to face No. 12 Stanford and No. 20 USC next Saturday. (Lauren Man/Assistant Photo editor)



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