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What’s Bruin, 4/6/20

Postseason honors and virtual check-ins are a thing of today

Arizona v UCLA Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images

We’re in Day __ of quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic but we’re still seeing athletic news and stories pop up across the country and especially here out west.

We’ve tracked down the past few days worth of news to make sure no one missed a single thing from your UCLA Bruins.

22 Bruins named scholar-athletes

The UCLA track and field team saw a whopping 22 athletes earn the scholar-athlete distinction from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. Considering the qualifications to earn the distinction, that’s quite an awesome list.

Pac-12 Network features Joshua Kelley with a Chip Kelly interview

Warriors GM Bob Myers talks journey to, while at and from UCLA

Myers discusses with the San Francisco Chronicle all about his time as a walk-on for the UCLA basketball team and how it shaped him into the man he is today. “If not for the people at UCLA, he reckons that he wouldn’t be what he is today: a two-time NBA Executive of the Year credited with assembling Warriors teams that revolutionized the league.”

Chris Smith honored as Most Improved Player in the Pac-12 Conference

Japreece ‘Queen’ Dean’s top moments for the Bruins, immortalized

Top 10 moments from UCLA’s 2019-20 sports year

Kyla Ross, rightfully so, dominates here (and everywhere).

Coach Cori Close offers up some inspirational words

UCLA makes top eight for 4-star TE Brock Bowers

Bowers listed his top eight schools and the tight end from Napa High School has your Bruins firmly in his scaled down list.

Players react to the 32-point come-from-behind victory

UCLA basketball offers two 2023 prospects

Head coach Mick Cronin is utilizing his free time to evaluate future Bruins and offered two for the class of 2023 this week. Guard Mikey Williams and combo-guard Simeon Wilcher were each offered a UCLA scholarship.

Have any news we missed? Drop it below in the comments.