UCLA gymnastics assistant coach Kyle Grable leans against a table in Pauley Pavilion with his backwards cap. Grable coaches floor and vault for the Bruins. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)
This post was updated Jan. 30 at 7:32 p.m.
Flip the baseball cap backward.
Ken Griffey Jr., a superstar on the baseball diamond who scorched his influence across each city he played in, landed in Cincinnati in 2000 – launching a nine-year stint with the Reds.
This post was updated Jan. 23 at 11:02 p.m.
When Ciena Alipio got injured during the preseason, she experienced a moment of doubt.
It was the sophomore’s second consecutive year entering an NCAA season potentially sidelined.
The number 121 echoes with significance in Westwood.
It’s tied to the tireless work of Bruin players and coaches alike.
But on the periphery of the spotlight lies a dimmer constituent, the ones anchoring UCLA’s winning engine – athletic trainers.
This post was updated Nov. 28 at 9:00 p.m.
Drawing a family tree doesn’t typically invoke much thought for an eight-year-old.
However, the elementary school activity triggered intrigue and emotion for Kat Lutz.
“Duty,” “honor” and “country” adorn the logo of the United States Military Academy as words meant to guide the school’s cadets.
Anthony Adkins was one of them, drawn to Army West Point for the value of the education he would receive and the opportunity that the academy provided.
This post was updated Nov. 14 at 10:47 p.m.
Daily Bruin reporter Ava Abrishamchian spoke with UCLA men’s water polo’s three sets of brothers about the transition from siblings to teammates in Westwood.
UCLA women’s basketball suited up to play in the Sweet 16 for the first time in four years.
Its time in the sun swiftly ended, however, after facing a formidable opponent: coach Dawn Staley’s South Carolina.
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