"Physically, intellectually, spiritually, Kareem is one of a kind," President Obama said.
Bill Zaima, UCLA's first women's tennis coach who served the team in different roles for 40 years, died Thursday, Nov. 17, in Los Angeles due to illness. He was 69.
When Johnnie Ashe returned from his first tour of duty from Vietnam as a Marine in 1967, it triggered a plan in his mind that few people — not even his brother — initially knew about it.
Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group, announced the acquisition of "Coach Wooden and Me."
Two Olympians have already started their athletic careers as Bruins. Collectively, the "Freshman Four" are looking forward to immersing themselves in the student experience in Westwood.
Beginning Sept. 10 at the Bruins' home opener against UNLV at the Rose Bowl, enhanced screening procedures will be implemented at UCLA football games in order to provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite entry.
Developing a story and a character as the basis for their floor routines have become the hallmark of UCLA gymnastics, thanks to coach Valorie Kondos Field and her talented team.
The University of California is sending so many athletes that they make up 8 percent of the U.S. delegation. In all, UC participants are competing in 18 sports under the flags of 27 countries.
Blake Krikorian, who played on UCLA's water polo team for four years between 1986 and 1989, died Wednesday, Aug. 3 while surfing in the San Francisco area.
Lewin has joined UCLA as play-by-play announcer for Bruins football and men's basketball games.
From medal winners to being the site of historic firsts, UCLA and the Olympics go way back.
A total of 36 UCLA Bruins have made Olympic rosters for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, including 29 current, incoming or former student-athletes.
Our updated list of UCLA students, alumni and staff in the Summer Games. There has been a Bruin in every Summer Olympics except one since 1920.
Incoming UCLA freshman Madison Kocian was selected to the 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics team after a world-class showing on the uneven bars.
UCLA and Mora agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2021 season.
The Bruins have returned to the field to kick off four weeks of spring practice, and their annual spring showcase, presented by Toyota, will cap off the spring football season on Saturday.
An exhibit featuring an impressive exhibit of artifacts, letters and photographs celebrates the 50th anniversary of the tennis legend's graduation from UCLA.
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.
The Bruins take on Pepperdine in the final match of the men’s volleyball season on Saturday, April 9, 7 p.m., at Pauley Pavilion.
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.