Bruins lead the nation with 114 NCAA team championships and 134 total national championships.
Experience the excitement of UCLA Sports. Alumni enjoy free admission all year long to Men’s & Women’s Water Polo, Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Women’s Swimming & Diving and Women’s Beach Volleyball.
Gold and Life Members enjoy free admission to Olympic Sports home games. Olympic Sports include Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Men’s & Women’s Volleyball, Men’s & Women’s Track & Field, Women’s Basketball, Gymnastics, Baseball and Softball. (Olympic Sports excludes UCLA Men’s Basketball, Football and post-season events.) Simply arrive on game day and present your Alumni Association Member ID card at the venue’s ticket window to receive one (1) free admission per membership card while supplies last.
Alumni Association Appreciation Days: Members enjoy four free admissions to selected home games. These opportunities are communicated via email and social media, and Gold, Life and Blue Members receive notifications first.
Head Coach John Savage has established the Bruins as a consistent national championship contender, making regular appearances in the College World Series since 2010 and winning the title in 2013.
The UCLA Men’s Basketball team has won 11 NCAA Championships, 10 under legendary Coach John Wooden, holding the record for the most men’s basketball championships. Head Coach Steve Alford achieved great results during his first four seasons as coach, guiding UCLA to Sweet 16 appearances in three out of four years.
UCLA Men’s Golf is a highly accomplished program, having earned two NCAA Championships, many regional and conference championships and 11 active touring professionals. Head Coach Derek Freeman is always looking to guide the Bruins to another successful season.
The UCLA Men’s Soccer team has participated in the NCAA Tournament 42 times, including 32 consecutive appearances since 1983. Their talented teams have won four NCAA Championships, and several players have gone on to have successful careers in Major League Soccer.
The UCLA Men’s Tennis team has won 16 NCAA Championships, second at UCLA only to Men’s Volleyball. They reached the quarterfinals in the NCAA Tournament in 2017.
The UCLA Men’s Track and Field team has won eight NCAA Championships and has produced some world-class athletes, including Meb Keflezighi ’98, winner of the 2009 New York City Marathon and 2014 Boston Marathon, becoming the first American to win those titles since 1982 and 1983, respectively.
The UCLA Men’s Volleyball team has won 19 NCAA Championships, earning more championships than any other sport at UCLA. Head Coach John Speraw is always looking to continue the Bruin legacy.
UCLA Men’s Water Polo is the latest to win a national title bringing UCLA its 114th NCAA Championship! Head Coach Adam Wright led the Bruins in victory over the USC Trojans.
UCLA Women’s Basketball has produced WNBA players as well as many prestigious awards, such as All-America Honors and inductees to the FIBA Hall of Fame. Led by Head Coach Cori Close program made back-to-back Sweet Sixteen appearances in 2016 and 2017.
UCLA Women’s Golf team members have competed in and won a variety of prestigious competitions, such as the U.S. Women’s Amateur, the UCF Challenge, the Lorena Ochoa Invitational and many more. The team has a total of three NCAA Championships and won their most recent NCAA Championship title in 2011.
UCLA Women’s Gymnastics team has won six NCAA Championships under Head Coach Valorie Kondos Field, earning their most recent title in 2010. They have also won 16 Pac-10 Gymnastics Championships, and the 2016 Pac-12 Gymnastics Championship. Some UCLA Women’s Gymnastics team members have competed for the U.S. Olympic Team.
Under the leadership of Head Coach Amy Fuller Kearney, UCLA Women’s Rowing has become a consistent national competitor. UCLA has routinely been ranked among the nation’s top programs and advanced to the NCAA Championships in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Beach volleyball is the newest sport added to UCLA’s athletic program. Head Coach Stein Metzger has been at the helm since the program’s inaugural season in the spring of 2013, and UCLA has been ranked in the top 10 during each season.
UCLA Women’s Soccer returns to the field to fight for another NCAA Championship. Head Coach Amanda Cromwell is at the helm of the program, having led the Bruins to a title in 2013, her first year as head coach. UCLA Women’s Soccer boasts four UCLA Soccer Olympians in 2012 and several honors and awards.
Coached by Stella Sampras, sister of Pete Sampras, the UCLA Women’s Tennis team has won two NCAA Championships – in 2008 and 2014 – and has captured several individual titles. The team features some of the best young talent in the nation.
Considered one of the best college track and field teams in the country, UCLA Women’s Track and Field has won several NCAA Championships and a number of non-NCAA national championships.
UCLA Women’s Volleyball is a talented team lead by Head Coach Michael Sealy. Coach Sealy guided the Bruins to a National Championship in 2011 and to the Sweet Sixteen in 2016.