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Doreena Campbell helped lead UCLA to a Pac-10 road sweep (Photo Credit: Official Site)

Women's Gymnastics

The nation's top ranked team, UCLA, went to Berkeley to begin the week and despite 13 of their 24 routines making their season debut, was able to defeat both Cal and San Jose St. in a tri-meet. The Bruins scored a 194.425, their lowest score of the season, but were still nearly 3.5 points better than Cal and more than four points better than San Jose St. The Bruins were dealt their first loss of the year on Sunday though when #8 Stanford defeated them in Palo Alto, 196.425-195.875. The Bruins were outstanding for most of the day and Anna Li won the all-around, but two falls on floor were counted and did them in. UCLA returns home to face Arizona St. on Sunday.

Women's Water Polo

UCLA entered the season ranked #3 and looked like it in three of their first four matches of the year. The season began in the Michigan Invitational with a win over #19 Indiana, 12-6. That was followed by a 7-6 overtime loss to #7 San Diego St., evening the Bruins' record at 1-1. The final day of the tournament went according to plan though with a pair of wins. First, it was a 10-7 win over #10 Michigan, then a 10-4 win over UC San Diego to give the Bruins a 3-1 record on the year. The Bruins are off this week.

Men's Tennis

Both of #4 UCLA's matches last week, versus BYU and Boise St., were postponed due to rain. They return to action at the National Indoors Qualifying Tournament this weekend.

Men's Volleyball

In their "easy" game at home, the #10 Bruins had to make a comeback and in their "hard" game on the road, UCLA cruised. After winning the opening set versus #11 UC Santa Barbara, UCLA dropped the next two to put themselves in a two set to one hole. UCLA bounced back to win the final two though and with it, the match. Later in the week versus #2 Cal St. Northridge, the Bruins demolished the Matadors in a swift 82 minutes, 30-21, 30-24, 30-21. The Bruins will host a BYU team that beat them in five sets earlier this year on both Friday and Saturday.

Women's Tennis

#12 UCLA saw their season opening match versus Cal Poly postponed due to rain and will play Pepperdine on Tuesday before the National Team Indoors this weekend

Women's Basketball

The Bruins picked up at Pac-10 road sweep with a pair of close wins. First, it was a 59-56 defeat of Washington St. thanks to 23 points and seven rebounds by Jasmine Dixon on 9-10 shooting, with 17 points coming in the second half. UCLA wrapped up the weekend on the back of Dixon again with some help from Doreena Campbell. Dixon scored a career-high 25 points and Campbell chipped in with 21 of her own to take down Washington, 69-65, in Seattle. UCLA (12-6, 5-2) is back home to take on the Oregon schools this weekend with Thursday's Oregon game taking on extra importance.

Women's Swimming and Diving

UCLA hosts #4 Stanford on Friday, then #5 Cal on Saturday at the Spieker Aquatics Center.

Men's and Women's Track and Field

Both the men and women open their indoor seasons this weekend at the Washington Preview.

Calendar (all times pacific)
Tuesday, January 26
Women's Tennis vs. Pepperdine, 1:30 pm- LA Tennis Center
Thursday, January 28
Women's Basketball vs. Oregon, 7:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Friday, January 29
Women's Swim and Dive vs. Stanford, 2:00 pm- Spieker Aquatics Center
Men's Volleyball vs. BYU, 7:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Women's Tennis, National Team Indoors, All Day- TBD
Saturday, January 30
Women's Swim and Dive vs. California, 12:00 pm- Spieker Aquatics Center
Women's Basketball vs. Oregon St., 2:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Men's Volleyball vs. BYU, 7:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Men's and Women's Track, Washington Preview, All Day- Seattle, WA
Women's Tennis, National Team Indoors, All Day- TBD
Men's Tennis, National Indoors Qualifying Tournament, All Day- LA Tennis Center
Sunday, January 31
Women's Gymnastics vs. Arizona St., 2:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Men's Tennis, National Indoors Qualifying Tournament, All Day- LA Tennis Center

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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