Bruin Bites: Women's Hoops Falls Below .500, Tennis Teams Return and Dominate, Men's Volleyball's Big Win

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It's Monday morning and as we get ready to start another work week, we take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the wider UCLA-iverse, focusing in on a handful of results in a busy week for our various non-revenue squads, including the return of both our men's and women's tennis teams.

We're closing in on football's National Signing Day quickly now (February 5) and our defending national champion baseball team is returning in just a few short weeks (February 14), but a lot of UCLA's contenders for Westwood's 111th national championship squad returned to action this week, with both the men's tennis team (ranked #2) and the women's tennis team (ranked #5) returning to action with some solid wins, which should help make it an interesting and exciting spring as UCLA might capture multiple national titles if they can hold their form throughout the year. With that, let's take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse:

Alright folks, those are your Bruin Bites to kick off this Monday morning as we get the work week started. Fire away in the comment section with your thoughts, additions, or other bits of UCLA-related news.
GO BRUINS

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