UCLA Hockey honored for it’s leadership in promoting inclusivity
Monday, April 15, 2013 marked the beginning of Ally Week on the UCLA Campus. To begin the week long celebration… [more]
Bruins conclude the 2012-13 season
The PAC-8 Championships, which took place over the weekend of February 8-10 in Anaheim, CA, marked the… [more]
This weekend: PAC-8 Tournament
The postseason begins today, Friday February 7, 2013, with the 2013 PAC-8 Tournament in Anaheim, California.… [more]
UCLA Travels to Seattle
The UCLA Bruins are entering the biggest two game set of the season so far. By tomorrow night, the men's… [more]
UCLA prepares for CSUN
After defeating USC in 4 games to claim the Crosstown Cup, UCLA looks forward to a home and home against… [more]
Monday, April 15, 2013 marked the beginning of Ally Week on the UCLA Campus. To begin the week long celebration of LGBT awareness was the Athlete Ally speech, held at Collins Court in the John Wooden Center.
In front of a collection of UCLA varsity and club athletes, UCLA Hockey and Figure Skating were honored for their joint effort in producing a video for the You Can Play Organization: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=go_8LihYHwA; http://youcanplayproject.org/
The video was the first produced by any team on the UCLA campus, club or varsity, and it was the first video produced …
After enjoying a solid season in 2012-2013 which included a Crosstown Cup Championship, several members of the UCLA Bruins Hockey program have been recognized for their efforts by being selected to represent the PAC 8 Conference in the 2013 American Collegiate Hockey Association All-Star Challenge in Philadelphia, April 4-7 (http://achahockey.org/page.php?page_id=29942&league_id=1061.) Led by Senior and 1st Team All-Star, Michael Carder (Huntington Beach, CA), the Bruins will also send, Junior forward, Mark Yost (San Jose, CA), Junior defenseman, Ryan Louie (San Francisco, CA), Sophmore Defenceman, Wes Barnes (Los Angeles, CA) and Senior …
The PAC-8 Championships, which took place over the weekend of February 8-10 in Anaheim, CA, marked the conclusion of the UCLA mens hockey team’s 2012-2013 season.
Entering the tournament, the Bruins had expected nothing less than winning a conference championship, but failed to reach the championship game after losses to #1 Utah and #6 USC. A significant improvement over the previous two losses to Utah during the Bruins’ PAC-8 home opener, the team challenged the #1 seed for a large portion of the 10am game on February 8th, ending the 1st …
The postseason begins today, Friday February 7, 2013, with the 2013 PAC-8 Tournament in Anaheim, California. The Bruins are seeded 4th in a tournament that will consist of pool play between the top 6 teams of the conference. Placed in Pool A with #1 Utah and #6 USC, the Bruins will play two games today, their first test being the Utes at 10 AM today and their second against the Trojans at 7:30 PM.
For full details on the tournament that will crown a conference champion this weekend, visit http://www.pac8hockey.com/playoffs/
Also, the Bruins …
The UCLA Bruins are entering the biggest two game set of the season so far. By tomorrow night, the men’s hockey team will be in Seattle competing with the Pac-8 defending champions, the University of Washington Huskies.
The Bruins (6-4-0, Pac-8) and Huskies (6-3-1, Pac-8) rank 4th and 3rd in the Pac-8 standings, respectively, going into the weekend. Evidently the results of these final two regular season conference games will have major playoff implications with regards to who will have to face the #1 seed in the preliminary rounds.
The Huskies are …