The NCAA cancelled all remaining winter and spring championships today in response to COVID-19.
Plus, women’s tennis and beach volleyball open Pac-12 play, and more.
UCLA Men's Volleyball
The measure, which closes attendance at UCLA sporting events until April 10th, may be extended "until further notice."
Plus, beach volleyball kicks off their season with a new facility and more.
Plus, track and field sets records, men’s volleyball picks up two conference wins, and more.
Plus, women’s water polo beats Southern Cal, women’s basketball tops UC Berkeley into overtime, and more.
Track and field sets records, women’s basketball splits on the road, and more.
Plus, women’s water polo continues to roll.
Women’s water polo loses to host UCSB while winning five other games, plus men’s tennis takes down BYU.
Plus, men’s volleyball takes down Princeton, tennis is on the road, and more.
Plus, there’s softball, men’s volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, rowing, gymnastics and more news.
The winner gets the top-seeded Pepperdine Waves on Saturday.
The Bruins swept the Eagles twice during the regular season.
Pepperdine has already won the MPSF, but UCLA still needs to win tonight’s match against crosstown rival Southern Cal.
UCLA needs to win tonight to keep their hopes of winning the MPSF alive.
The Bruins lost to Pepperdine, 3-1, on Wednesday, but face the Antelopes today at home.
The Bruins need a win tonight to stay in first place in the MPSF.
The Bruins return to California where their next match will be played at a more friendly elevation.
After defeating both Ohio State and Penn State last week in the Pac-12/Big Ten Challenge, the Bruins resume MPSF play with a match in Provo, Utah against the Cougars.
The Bruins swept the Buckeyes yesterday, but will probably have a tougher time tonight against the Nittany Lions in UCLA’s final game of the Pac-12/Big Ten Challenge,
The Bruins are still undefeated in the MPSF after beating Grand Canyon University, 3-1, last weekend.
The Bruins fell behind two sets to none, but came roaring back against the Waves on Wednesday. The Antelopes shouldn’t pose much of a problem tonight.
Both the Bruins and the Waves are undefeated in MPSF coming into tonight’s game.
The Bruins will host the Trojans at Pauley Pavilion this evening.
The #6 Bruins head to Irvine tonight to face the Concordia Eagles.
After a tough loss on Wednesday to UCSB, it doesn’t get any easier for the Bruins when they play the top-ranked 49ers.
UCLA looks for their sixth straight win while the Gauchos have won eight straight.
The Bruins host the Cardinal at Pauley Pavilion in a Top Ten matchup.
The Bruins braved the polar vortex to beat the Ramblers and will look forward to flying home after tonight’s game against the #10 Lewis Flyers.
#5 UCLA will have to contend will the cold outside as well as a talented #7 Rambler team inside.
The Bruins topped the Tritons at home a few weeks ago and will look for the same result tonight on the road.
The UCLA women’s water polo team starts the season with five wins. Plus, women’s basketball and men’s volleyball news.