The Association of Chinese Americans hosted its 34th annual Chinese American Culture Night at Royce Hall on Saturday. Centering around the featured play, “Lead Me to the Lilies,” the cultural production showcased dance troupes, martial arts and musical performances.
This post was updated Feb. 9 at 11:59 p.m.
UCLA men’s volleyball junior setter/opposite Miles Partain has stepped away from the program, team officials confirmed to the Daily Bruin on Thursday.
This post was updated Feb. 5 at 10:48 p.m.
John Speraw tried to conceal his displeasure after his team’s match Saturday.
Though expressing pride in the Bruins’ progress this season, the often-calculated coach revealed mixed emotions through his words – mid-sentence, even.
The monotony of winning started to seep into the country’s second-best team.
Victors of their last eight matches entering Friday, the Bruins found themselves losing their edge as they dropped a set for just the second time this season.
Just like their last game, it was an offensive outburst for the Bruins in the first half and a much different story in the second.
Once again, turnovers were to blame.
Coach Mick Cronin has built a reputation for his emphasis on deflections and full-court ferocity in post-game press conferences.
Defense wins championships, but Thursday night forced the fourth-year coach to acknowledge the Bruins’ shortcomings on the other end.
Two weeks into the season, the Bruins are seeing double.
A pair of starting-caliber setters in junior Miles Partain and freshman Andrew Rowan, and two new assistant coaches – both with esteemed prior playing careers with the blue and gold.
This post was updated Jan. 16 at 11:11 p.m.
Amid squeaks and shouts on the court, everyone could hear the Tigers’ bench.
Their presence reverberated throughout the John Wooden Center – a gymnasium smaller than the Bruins’ usual home venue in Pauley Pavilion.
Down by two, Jaylen Clark found himself open at the top of the key.
The junior guard had shot 4-of-14 to that point, his team just shooting marginally better after blowing an 18-point halftime lead to its crosstown rivals.
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