•A third consecutive football victory over
•Jordan Adams' three-pointer broke a 68-68 tie with 45 seconds left against
•Needing a win in its regular-season finale to advance to the Pac-12 Conference football championship game, UCLA fell flat against Stanford, losing 31-10. UCLA scored on its first possession, then was trampled. Ranked in the national top 10 to begin the season, the Bruins finished with a 9-3 record and a spot in the
•UCLA's basketball team expected to lose sophomore Kyle Anderson to the NBA. But when Adams, a sophomore, and Zach LaVine, a freshman who wasn't even a starter, also declared for the draft, the Bruins were left with a gaping hole in the backcourt. That was exposed by top-ranked Kentucky, which ran out to a 24-0 lead in a nationally televised nonconference game this month.
•UCLA's chances at defending its 2013 national championship in baseball ended with a 10-0 rout at the hands of USC on April 24. The Trojans got to UCLA ace James Kaprielian for four runs in the first inning. The Bruins were swept in the three-game series, part of a 3-14-1 finish to the season. The Bruins not only didn't repeat, they didn't make an
•The UCLA women's soccer team was top ranked in the nation and riding a 44-game unbeaten streak that dated back to last season when it ran into Virginia on Nov. 28. A 2-1 loss in an NCAA quarterfinal ended a 27-game home winning streak.
Women's tennis: Kyle McPhillips, UCLA's No. 3 singles player, won the team title-clinching match as the Bruins defeated North Carolina, 4-3.
Men's tennis: Marcos Giron became the Bruins' 11th NCAA singles champion by defeating Pepperdine's Alex Sarkissian, 6-4, 6-1 in the final.
Men's water polo: The Bruins won the university's 112th NCAA championship by defeating USC, 9-8, in the final.