Arizona starter Andrew Nardi scatters five hits and just one run across 6.2 innings of work in his longest
by: Ava Wallace — Washington Post 5h
On March 25, 1978, before the NCAA sanctioned women's basketball, the two programs played on national TV for the AIAW national championship. It was heralded as the sport's arrival on the national stage.
by: Joe Piechowski — SB Nation: Bruins Nation 6h
After the Bruins defeating the Tennessee Lady Volunteers yesterday, UCLA moves on to play host Maryland tomorrow.
by: Christopher Lopez — Orange Country Register 6h
UCLA faces a tough tournament test Monday at Maryland. But the team’s record away from home is 8-3, and three of those wins came against NCAA Tournament teams.
by: Testudo Times — Yahoo Sports 10h
The No. 3-seed Terps look to advance to the second weekend.
by: Mike Regalado — Fansided: Go Joe Bruin 13h
The UCLA Gymnastics team repeated as Pac-12 Champions on Saturday with their best performance of the season as they are saving their best for last as Miss ...
by: https://www.facebook.com/kslcom/ — KSL 15h
It was the first time this season that Utah gymnastics didn’t score in the 197s. Instead, the Red Rocks accelerated to a season-high 198.025.
by: Addicted To Quack — Yahoo Sports 18h
Final home game of the season!
by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 18h
UCLA advanced in the NCAA tournament on Saturday with a resounding 89-77 win over Tennessee. I’m talking about the much-overlooked women’s tournament.
by: Thuc Nhi Nguyen — Daily Bulletin 24 Mar
UCLA notches the highest team score in the nation this season to win its 19th conference title in school history.
by: N/A — NCAA: Arizona Athletics 24 Mar
Cameron Cannon and Nick Quintana both homer and combine for six RBI
by: Mike Regalado — Fansided: Go Joe Bruin 24 Mar
The #6 UCLA basketball women's team dominated for most of their first-round NCAA Tournament matchup with #11 Tennessee and survive a second-half comeback b...
by: WVLT Sports/UT Sports — WVLT 23 Mar
The No. 11 seed Lady Vols (19-13) erased a 17-point deficit and led by as many as three in the fourth quarter, but their upset bid came up short in falling to No. 6 seed UCLA (21-12) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the XFINITY Center, 89-