It's ironic that so few UCLAns show interest in the "Other Sports Forum," since such sports account for all but 11 of the 104 Bruin NCAA championships. (Those 11 were all in one sport, basketball).
So let's give credit where credit is due: men's volleyball, men's tennis, softball, men's track & field, men's water polo, women's water polo, women's gymnastics, women's track & field, men's soccer, women's volleyball, men's golf, women's golf, men's gymnastics, women's tennis, men's swimming.
No other NCAA institution has earned as much glory on the fields, courts, pools, and other sports venues. Let's start paying more attention to the other sports. I started yesterday by relating what I've learned about the men's volleyball championship. Who'd have thought that only four teams are invited to compete? Now I'm wondering how the women's gymnastics championship is run. I will report back.
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