The on-campus stadium, which will host men’s and women’s soccer in addition to club sports, will be named for Wallis Annenberg.
On Monday, April 11 the UCLA baseball program hosted Veteran Appreciation Day at Jackie Robinson Stadium, with more than 100 veterans from all across Southern California coming out to take part in the day’s activities.
A player for the Bruins in the 1990s, Roberts sat for a conversation with fellow alumnus Eric Karros and spoke with L.A. youth and veterans.
Generous gift from longtime campus benefactors Jim and Phyllis Easton will be used to support improvements, including a new scoreboard, to Easton Stadium.
Bruin Dave Roberts’ appointment as the new manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers has made its own kind of history, with the franchise that made Jackie Robinson the first black player in Major League Baseball hiring its first minority manager.
A monument to Jackie Robinson, one of UCLA’s most celebrated alumni and the first player to break the color barrier in Major League Baseball, was unveiled at a campus ceremony Saturday.
Patricia Turner writes about Ashe’s life, from his birth into segregation to his death from AIDS in 1993, and identifies the qualities he embodied that today’s students should aspire to: perseverance, honesty and integrity.
Meb Keflezighi is the fastest qualifier for the 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials on Feb. 13.
UCLA Newsroom revisits some of our favorite news items from the year. Publishing resumes on Jan. 4.
Kentucky was 7-0 coming into the Wildcats’ first game ever at UCLA’s home arena.
UCLA’s Bruins will be going for a fourth straight win over crosstown rival USC in Saturday’s football showdown, with a title at stake.
Facilities Management workers began the annual ritual of boxing up the Bruin as the campus prepares for UCLA’s big rivalry football game against the Trojans Nov. 28.
Girls playing certain sports or participating in cheerleading are just as susceptible to having concussions as boys.
In recent years, investigators from eight UC campuses, including UCLA, have conducted more than 330 research projects in brain injury and traumatic brain injury.
Bill Roth comes to UCLA from Virginia Tech University, where he was the 11-time Virginia Sportscaster of the Year.
The fall quarter officially kicks off on Sept. 21, and classes begin Sept 24.
UCLA broke ground today on two comprehensive training and performance facilities for student-athletes playing football and basketball.
As UCLA Football’s time at the team's pre-season camp draws to a close, fans are encouraged to come out and spend the final two days in San Bernardino with the Bruins.
Rich Bertolucci, associate sports information director for UCLA Athletics, died on July 28, following a long battle with cancer. He was 56.
The three-year project aims to fill critical gaps in knowledge about concussion and translate research findings into new safety guidelines for the more than 450,000 U.S. collegiate student-athletes.
UCLA will host California's first Paralympic-style track and field competition open to civilians and veterans. Clayton Frech, an alumnus whose 10-year-old son will compete, partnered with the university's adaptive recreation program to found the first Angel City Games.
Prime Time Games brings full-inclusion sports teams of students from disadvantaged schools and the developmentally disabled to campus for a day with UCLA student-athletes as coaches and mentors.
Marketing and psychology professor Daniel Oppenheimer says that it’s not the NCAA, but rather the players’ expectations of their peers.
Abdul-Jabbar is home continuing his recovery after being examined today for discomfort following April 16 heart bypass surgery.
UCLA Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero announced today that Bill Roth has been hired as the Bruins’ new play-by-play announcer for both football and men’s basketball radio broadcasts.