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The last year (prior to 2012) UCLA did not win a National Championship was....


....1994. Can you imagine that the combined power of Al Scates, Andy Banachowski, Sigi Schmid, Guy Baker, Sharon Backus, and Sue Enquist failed to net a national championship? I would KILL to have that talented a coaching staff again. Pathetic that we can barely attract any good coaches these days... DAN GUERRERO MUST GO!!!!

Men's Soccer visits UCSB - WomensVolleyball v. OSU

The 12th ranked UCLA Men's Soccer team plays #2 UC-Santa Barbara, while the Bruin Women's Volleyball team hosts Oregon State. We are tracking that plus tonight's college football and other sports...

Best Hire of Dan Guerrero's Tenure (not being sarcastic).


Finally, Dan Guerrero made a hire that makes complete sense - an alumnus with one of the best track records in the sport.

Fall 2011 UCLA Non-Revenue Sports Recap


A recap of the Fall 2011 activities of the UCLA Bruins non-revenue sports.

Big day and Bad Results

  1. Men's Water Polo lost to U$C, 6-9; Exclusion & penalty: Prior to Samuels netting a penalty shot, U$C's Genidounias was excluded, UCLA's Griffin White was ejected from the game for a major act of misconduct and Genidounias was issued a penalty. As Samuels lined up for the penalty shot, U$C goalkeeper Joel Dennerley was excluded; The win gives U$C the No. 1 seed in MPSF tournament.
  2. Women's Soccer lost to San Diego - 2nd round College Cup, 1-1 (Pk) ; NCAA headline: UCLA was the biggest upset on Friday, falling in a shootout to San Diego.
  3. Women's Volleyball lost to Arizona, 0-3; the second-ranked Bruins were upset by Arizona for the second time this season in a three-set sweep

Bruin Bites: Soccer News, Bruin Profiles, Cantlay Update, and Another UCLA Engineering Breakthrough


Bruins Nation presents the weekend edition of its bi-weekly Bruin Bites round-up of news from around the UCLA-iverse.

Al Scates to retire after 2012

No release yet, but the UCLA athletics official twitter announced it. EDIT: Here's the release The main paragraph that sums it all up from the release: Scates will retire after 50 years of service at UCLA with a nation-leading Division I record of more than 1,200 victories. To date he has captured 19 NCAA championships, 21 overall national championships, 24 conference titles and compiled a legacy unmatched by few college coaches in any sport. In 49 seasons, Scates has coached 52 different first-team NCAA All-Americans, 44 U.S. National Team members, 27 Olympians, 26 USVBA All-Americans and seven collegiate Players of the Year. *** It's hard to overstate what Scates did in his career. I hope he gets some mainstream publicity in his final season next year and that he goes out a winner to give him a nice round number of 20 NCAA championships.

UCLA Men's Volleyball Pulls Off Stunning Upset Of #1 Ranked Matadors in Five Sets

A huge win for UCLA mens' volleyball program as they upset number 1 ranked team in the country (Cal State Northridge).

AOL: That '60s Show Continues to Grow Legacy of UCLA Volleyball


A really cool post from AOL's John Walters on Andy Banachowski and Al Scates, two of our legends from Westwood.


THE DEN: Women's Volleyball golDEN Game vs. U$C

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