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Even with the nation at a standstill because of COVID-19, Jenavee Peres has been very busy in quarantine.
When you’re a graduate student, the mother of a toddler and a catcher for UCLA softball, Peres says it’s a struggle to have any free time, even during a pandemic.
Makur Maker will not be joining the Bruins next season.
The five-star center committed to Howard early Friday morning on Twitter, claiming he wanted to start a movement of top-tier recruits going to historically black colleges and universities.
With limited sports to watch, remote summer sessions and endless canceled internships, a lot of Bruins are looking for hobbies to fill their time.
Any students still near campus have hiking trails, beaches and top-tier takeout at their fingertips, but for anyone looking to pick up a new sport this summer, there’s always golf.
The season ended early and the draft was cut short, but some Bruins still have professional contracts with their names on them.
The 2020 MLB Draft took place June 10 through June 11, and although the five rounds were only an eighth of the draft’s usual length, two UCLA baseball players and four more commits were selected by an MLB team.
Sometimes, less is more.
With only a fastball and slider as his go-to pitches, UCLA baseball relief pitcher Holden Powell will be headed to the nation’s capital with the chance to eventually serve as a late-inning bullpen arm in Nationals Park.
As the days were getting longer in early June, it seemed that our wait for UCLA football and other sports was only getting shorter.
However, with COVID-19’s resurgence in several areas of the country, UCLA must act quickly to reverse course and hit the brakes on its sports restart.
This post was updated June 27 at 12:50 p.m.
Already facing a $19 million budget deficit, the Bruins could be staring at more trouble.
Under Armour is attempting to leave its record-breaking 15-year, $280 million deal as the supplier of UCLA Athletics’ apparel just as the two sides enter their fourth year together.
The news was first reported by Los Angeles Times’ Ben Bolch and later confirmed by UCLA Athletics.
This post was updated June 28 at 2:00 p.m.
In the middle of a pandemic, with protests against racial injustice sparking up around the country, all Dorian Thompson-Robinson could do was tweet.
Some Bruins are coming back to Westwood.
UCLA Athletics released a four-phase Return to Training plan to bring its athletes back on campus Saturday.
The plan splits all of UCLA’s student-athletes into one of four groups: Group 1 contains all fall Olympic sport student-athletes who live locally plus the football team, Group 2 is composed of men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes, Group 3 comprises the remainder of fall Olympic sport athletes and all other student-athletes who live locally and Group 4 consists of all the remaining student-athletes.
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