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Track and field caps off indoor season with All-American honors

The Bruins concluded their indoor season by competing against the nation’s top programs. UCLA track and field concluded its indoor season in Birmingham, Alabama, for the NCAA indoor championships, which took place Friday and Saturday. Read more...

Photo: (Left to right) Junior sprinters Makenzy Pierre-Webster, Catherine Leger, Maddy Doane and sophomore sprinter Kate Jendrezak pose with their hardware Saturday at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama.(Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Weekend preview: March 10

Women’s water polo Cole Lizar, Daily Bruin contributor After playing 19 total games on the road so far, the Bruins are set to play at home for the third time this season. Read more...

Photo: Freshman attacker Emma Lineback earned MPSF/KAP7 Newcomer of the Week honors for her performance a weekend ago. Lineback and No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo will take on No. 6 UC Irvine on Friday. (Jeremy Chen/Daily Bruin staff)


UCLA track and field sets records in Seattle at Pac-12 Challenge

This post was updated March 2 at 8:45 p.m. The Bruins rewrote the record books over the weekend. UCLA track and field competed in the Pac-12 Challenge in Seattle from Friday to Saturday, its first meet against multiple conference opponents this season. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt senior sprinter Shae Anderson runs with the baton during the women’s 4×400 meter race at the Pac-12 Challenge last weekend. Anderson competed in her first indoor meet of the season in Seattle. (Courtesy of Ryan Andersen/UCLA Athletics)


Weekend preview: Feb. 24

This post was updated Feb. 24 at 3:51 p.m. Women’s tennis Sam Lieberman, Daily Bruin contributor Coming off a top-10 victory against California on Monday, the Bruins will have the opportunity to replicate their success in another rivalry match this week. Read more...

Photo: Members of No. 56 UCLA women’s tennis watch a match from the sidelines. The Bruins will be taking on No. 12 USC at home on Friday. (Shane Yu/Daily Bruin)


UCLA track and field returns from road with career bests ahead of Pac-12 Challenge

Multiple Bruins earned top-10 marks in program history over the weekend. UCLA track and field traveled to both Seattle and Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the Husky Classic and the Don Kirby Invitational, respectively, on Friday and Saturday in split-squad competitions. Read more...

Photo: Junior sprinters Makenzy Pierre-Webster (left) and Catherine Leger (right) pose for a photo in Albuquerque, New Mexico. UCLA track and field sent separate teams to Albuquerque and Seattle for two separate meets on Friday and Saturday. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Weekend preview: Feb. 10

Women’s water poloRicardo Garcia, Daily Bruin reporter The Bruins are traveling for a weekend tournament for the third time this season. No. 3 UCLA women’s water polo (11-0, 2-0 MPSF) is headed to San Diego on Saturday and Sunday for the Triton Invitational. Read more...

Photo: Coach Adam Wright instructs his team. Wright and No. 3 UCLA women’s water polo will take on the Triton Invitational on Saturday and Sunday for the first time since winning the tournament in 2020. (Mattias de los Rios Rogers/Daily Bruin)


UCLA track and field leaves New York invitational with multiple top-10 finishes

Multiple Bruins achieved career highs from across the country. UCLA track and field competed in the Dr. Sander Invitational Columbia Challenge in New York City from Friday to Saturday, when Bruin athletes finished with multiple personal-best scores across a variety of events. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Ashley Johnson, senior Gwyn George, freshman Mia Kane and sophomore Kate Jendrezak (left to right) pose for a photo at the Dr. Sander Invitational Columbia Challenge meet. The quartet finished fifth in the women’s distance medley relay Friday. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)



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