The Bruins lost to Stanford, 16-15, in overtime in the MPSF semifinals.
UCLA Men's Water Polo
The Bruins play the Trojans today as the regular season starts winding down.
Last night’s game was over by the end of the third quarter.
The Bruins beat UCSB for the second time this season last Friday and, now, face the #3 Tigers.
Two weekends ago, these teams battled to a 9-8 final. Look for tonight to be another knockdown-dragout game between two very good teams.
The Bruins will look to rebound from their first loss of the season.
The Bruins beat UC Berkeley and #1 UCSB yesterday to advance to the final against the Cardinal.
The Bruins outgunned the Sagehens 12-2 and will now face the UC Berkeley Golden Bears this morning.
Today, the Bruins will face Pomona-Pitzer.
The Bruins travel up PCH for today’s game.
The Bruins will face Fordham and Princeton today.
That and much, much more in today’s What’s Bruin.
Gymnastics prepares for Meet the Bruins event on Sunday.
This afternoon, the Bruins will take on the Trojans with the winner advancing to the National Championship Game tomorrow.
The Bruins face the Trojans with a berth in the National Championship Game on the line.
The Bruins will look to defend their national title in Palo Alto.
Can the Bruins sweep the Trojans this weekend? The football team has made it possible.
The Bruins destroyed the Lions, 18-1, yesterday in the MPSF Men’s Water Polo Tournament.
The Bruins get to play a quick tune-up before facing Stanford tomorrow.
The Bruins will take on the Cardinal in the final home game of the season.
The Bruins travel to Berkeley today looking for the same result as when they played the Bears a few weeks ago.
The Bruins stayed undefeated on Sunday by beating UC Davis, 12-8.
After topping Pacific, 8-5, yesterday, the Bruins will face the Aggies this afternoon.
The Bruins went on the road last night and returned home with their twelfth win of the season.
The UCLA Bruins men’s water polo squad looks to stay undefeated when they travel down to Long Beach.
Technically, today’s Alumni Match makes it a tripleheader, even if the third game doesn’t count.
The Bruins will look to stay undefeated after this road game.
The Bruins topped both St. Francis Brooklyn and Air Force yesterday and then defeated Brown this morning, despite the early start time.
Saveljic scored four goals for the Bruins while Raphael Reade and Kent Inoue each had a hat trick.