Non-Revenue Sports Bruin Review and Calendar


UCLA's Amit Inbar, who won the ITA Regional Championship (via the official site)

Women's Golf

The Bruins moved to the top spot in the nation early in the week, then went to Wilmington, NC later in the week to compete in the NCAA Fall Preview. There, they finished second, one stroke behind the tournament winners, Duke. UCLA took an eight stroke lead into the final round, but shot +11 in the final round. The Turtle Bay Collegiate will be the Bruins' next tournament, beginning November 2.

Men's Soccer

Up to #2 in the country, UCLA hit the road for a pair of games in the Bay Area last week. Fresh off of beating Cal and Stanford at home the previous weekend, it was the Bruins' turn to play on the road. The first game of the weekend, versus #20 Cal, went the Bruins' way as Kyle Nakazawa scored his team-leading ninth goal of the year in UCLA's 1-0 win over the Bears. The win was their third consecutive by shutout and 10th consecutive match without a loss. That ten-match unbeaten streak came to a halt the next match though as #21 Stanford bested the Bruins by a score of 2-0. Now 9-2-2 overall and with 14 Pac-10 points, tops in the conference, UCLA will play a non-conference match this week at Creighton.

Women's Soccer

Down to #4 in the country, UCLA took on the Oregon schools at home last weekend, much to the chagrin of the Oregon schools. The weekend began with a 5-1 win over Oregon thanks to Sydney Leroux and Lauren Cheney, who each netted a pair of goals. Leroux scored again on Sunday, her team-leading 15th on the year, as the Bruins downed Oregon St., 3-0. At 14-2-1 overall and 5-1 in conference, good for second place, UCLA will finish out it's home schedule on Friday when #14 USC visits Drake Stadium. The match will be televised live on Fox Soccer Channel.

Men's Water Polo

It was a busy week for #4 UCLA, but it didn't seem to bother them as they went a perfect 4-0. First, it was a 10-5 victory over #6 LMU, then an 8-7 win over #7 UC Irvine, each on the road. Back at home on Sunday, the Bruins took care of #14 Pacific by a score of 11-7 and Chapman, 15-7. It's a pair of road game for the Bruins (16-5, 1-2) this week as they visit Pepperdine and Long Beach St. on Saturday and Sunday.

Women's Volleyball

It took a full five sets, but the #13 Bruins were able to squeeze by #12 Oregon, 26-24, 25-18, 22-25, 22-25, 15-9. It was an exceptionally nice night for Kaitlin Sather, who became the 12th Bruin to amass 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs for her career. The Oregon match was shown on tape delay by FS Prime Ticket and will be reshown multiple times over the next few days on the channel. The Bruins capped their weekend with a sweep of Oregon St., their fifth win in their last six games. Now only one game back for the conference lead, UCLA (16-6, 6-3) will head to the Bay Area for matches versus #6 Stanford and #15 Cal.

Women's Swimming

Is there a better way to open a season than by beating your opponent? Apparently there is as the Bruins beat two opponents in their opener, topping UC Santa Barbara and Oregon St. UCLA remains undefeated against both teams all time. Neither the swimmers or divers are in competition this week.

Men's Tennis

Junior Amit Inbar won the ITA Regional Championships with a straight set win in the final. It's the first time a Bruin has won the event since 2005. The team is off this week.

Women's Tennis

Andrea Remynse and Yasmin Schnack captured the ITA Regional doubles crown with a 8-4 win in the final. Doing so earns the pair a spot in the ITA National Collegiate Indoor Championships next month. This week, the Bruins will compete in the Palm Desert Classic.

Cross Country

Both the men and women will compete in the Pac-10 Championships this weekend.


The Bruins will compete in the Head of the Marina and the Newport Autumn Rowing Festival this weekend.


UCLA announced their 2010 schedule and will have their Alumni Game on Sunday at 1:30 pm PDT at Easton Stadium.

Men's Volleyball

The Bruins will host their Alumni Game at Pauley Pavilion on Saturday at noon.


UCLA freshmen and one transfers who began classes in the fall were ranked by Baseball America as the nation's #19 recruiting class. It's Coach Savage's fifth consecutive top 20 class.

Calendar (all times pacific)
Thursday, October 29
Women's Tennis, Palm Desert Classic, All Day- Palm Desert, CA
Friday, October 30
Women's Soccer vs. USC, 7:00 pm- Drake Stadium
Women's Volleyball at Cal, 7:00 pm- Berkeley, CA
Women's Tennis, Palm Desert Classic, All Day- Palm Desert, CA
Cross Country, Pac-10 Championships, All Day- Long Beach, CA
Saturday, October 31
Men's Water Polo at Pepperdine, 12:00 pm- Malibu, CA
Men's Volleyball, Alumni Game, 12:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Men's Soccer at Creighton, 1:00 pm- Omaha, NE
Women's Volleyball at Stanford, 7:00 pm- Palo Alto, CA
Women's Tennis, Palm Desert Classic, All Day- Palm Desert, CA
Women's Rowing, Head of the Marina, All Day- Marina Del Rey, CA
Sunday, November 1
Men's Water Polo at Long Beach St., 12:00 pm- Long Beach, CA
Softball, Alumni Game, 1:30 pm- Easton Stadium
Women's Rowing, Newport Autumn Rowing Festival, All Day- Newport, CA

Ticket information for all sports can be found here while facility information and directions for all sports can be found here. GO BRUINS!!!

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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