Two schools without permanent head coaches will look to build momentum for the 2012 season when UCLA meets Illinois in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl at AT&T Park on Dec. 31. Read More
St. Ignatius Prep has produced many great athletes in its history, but the latest comes from water polo — a sport that’s seldom talked about in the sporting world.
Junior John Butler has been one of the key players in the University of California San Diego’s advancement to this weekend’s water polo NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championships. Read More
McLeod Bethel-Thompson has made his way back to the Bay Area this year after winning a roster spot on the Arena Football League’s San Jose SaberCats. It’s been quite the journey for Bethel-Thompson, as he’s bounced around California before finally landing the backup gig behind veteran quarterback Mark Grieb. Read More
After finally reaching the postseason for the first time in his final season on the Hilltop, USF senior Connor Bernatz can describe the looming NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament matchup against UCLA in just a few choice words.
“We just want another shot at ’em,” he said.
Today, the Dons get their shot. Read More
In early April, UCLA will decide whether to fire epidemiologist James Enstrom, a fixture in the UCLA Department of Public Health since the 1970s. If UCLA does give him the boot, Assemblyman Dan Logue has threatened to hold hearings. Whatever happens to Enstrom, legislators have good reason to investigate. Read More
The expansion of the Pac-10 Conference to include Colorado and Utah is not set in stone. It’s meeting some strong opposition, most notably from former UCLA chancellor Chuck Young, who is still on the Knight’s Commission for intercollegiate athletics. Read More