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What’s Bruin: Postseason and All-American honors

Shortened-season All-American and postseason honors are in and the Bruins are all over them

NCAA Basketball: Colorado at UCLA Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

In a time where all college sports have had their seasons shortened or cancelled, the postseason awards have come at an unexpected time but still have their fair share of Bruins represented from the winter sports season. They headline the rest of the news breakdown in our What’s Bruin roundup for Tuesday, March 24, 2020.

UCLA Dominates D1Baseball’s Analytics Rankings |

The UCLA baseball team had 14 student-athletes recognized in D1 Baseball’s analytical rankings for the 2020 season. Headlining those is the No. 1 sophomore pitcher in the country, Jesse Bergin.

Onyenwere named USBWA Third-Team All-American |

She didn’t get her chance in the 2020 NCAA Tournament but Michaela Onyenwere was named to the third-team All-American list by the United States Basketball Writers Association.

Cronin named NABC District 19 Coach of the Year |

Unsurprisingly, UCLA men’s basketball head coach Mick Cronin was announced as the NABC District 19 Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

UCLA Women’s Tennis gives us a retroactive look at their dominant 2019-20 season

The top 10 moments from UCLA’s 2019-20 sports year | LA Daily News

Grace Glenn’s historic perfect-10 in the leadoff spot on the beam headlines the top 10 moments.

UCLA Chancellor self-quarantines after COVID-19 exposure | CBS Los Angeles

UCLA Chancellor Gene Block, 71, is under self-quarantine after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.

Kate Jendrezak says ‘she feels so much faster this year’ | Seattle Times

Jendrezak, who will be a member of the UCLA track and field team next year, expressed her desire to want to hold four titles in the 800 meters but coronavirus may halt that.

NCAA grants spring athletes a year of eligibility | LA Times

The LA Times quote UCLA baseball coach John Savage in the article as we all hoped the NCAA would give spring athletes a year of eligibility back after coronavirus cancelled their seasons.