Bruins lead the nation with 118 NCAA team championships and more than 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 Membership holders enjoy free admission to Olympic Sports home games, which 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 member 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 Sustaining Donors to the Alumni Association 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 Bruins’ first-ever baseball NCAA title in 2013. Under his guidance, UCLA has advanced to the postseason in 11 of the last 15 seasons, hosting an NCAA Regional in six of the last 10, including four-straight from 2010 through 2013.
Director of Track and Field/Cross Country Avery Anderson has guided some exceptional UCLA Cross Country teams in recent years. He directed the men to a second-place finish at the 2019 Pac-12 Championships (best since 2005) and has guided the women toward several top finishes and individual titles. Come out and show your support!
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. Several players have gone on to successful careers in the NBA.
UCLA Men’s Golf is a highly accomplished program, having earned two NCAA Championships, many regional and conference championships and 11 active touring professionals. Under Head Coach Derek Freeman, UCLA has claimed 24 tournament victories, earned 18 All-America honors and won two Jack Nicklaus Awards, bestowed to the top player in college golf.
The UCLA Men’s Soccer team has participated in the NCAA Tournament 45 times, including 32 consecutive appearances since 1983. The team has won four NCAA Championships, and several players have gone on to 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. Under Head Coach Billy Martin’s direction, UCLA has captured 14 regular-season conference titles, including four in a row from 2004-07. UCLA has never finished out of the top three in the Pac-12 standings during Martin’s tenure.
The UCLA Men’s Track and Field team has won eight NCAA Championships and produced several world-class athletes. Director Avery Anderson stands at the helm of the program and directed the team to a second-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships in 2019, which was the best since 2005.
The UCLA Men’s Volleyball team has won 19 NCAA Championships, earning more championships than any other sport at UCLA. Head Coach John Speraw, who is also head coach for the U.S. Men’s National Volleyball Team, has guided the team to numerous other titles and honors.
The UCLA Men’s Water Polo team has won 11 NCAA Championships, the most recent in 2017, and made 34 NCAA Championship Appearances. Head Coach Adam Wright has led the team to several victories and even helped produce two Olympians for Team USA in 2016.
UCLA Women’s Basketball has produced numerous WNBA players as well as many prestigious awards, such as the All-America Honors and inductees to the FIBA Hall of Fame. Head Coach Cori Close has guided the Bruins to several NCAA Tournament wins and most recently led UCLA to its fourth-straight Sweet 16 appearance, making the Bruins one of just eight NCAA Division I programs to do so.
The UCLA Women’s Golf team has competed in and won a variety of prestigious competitions, such as the U.S. Women’s Amateur, the UCF Challenge and the Lorena Ochoa Invitational. Head Coach Carrie Forsyth led the team to a pair of NCAA Championships in 2004 and 2011 and has led the Bruins to eight NCAA Regional crowns.The Bruins have claimed five Pac-10/12 Conference titles, winning the league championship in 2017 and 2018.
UCLA Women’s Gymnastics has won seven NCAA Championships, with their most recent in 2018, under former Head Coach Valorie Kondos Field, who was succeeded by longtime Associate Head Coach Chris Waller in May 2019. The team has also won 19 Regional Championships and 14 Pac-12 Conference Championships. Several 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 earned its first-ever team bid to the NCAA Championships in 2010 before making consecutive appearances at the national event in 2012, 2013 and 2014. UCLA has routinely produced high-level rowers on the international scene, with multiple student-athletes (both current and former) earning medals at the U23 World Championships.
Since its inaugural season in spring 2013, UCLA Beach Volleyball has been ranked in the Top 10 throughout each of their six campaigns under the guidance of Head Coach Stein Metzger, who led UCLA to its first-ever NCAA Championship in beach volleyball in 2018.
UCLA Women’s Soccer has made 9 College Cup Appearances, with their most recent in 2017, and earned 11 Conference Championships. Head Coach Amanda Cromwell stands at the helm of the program, having led the team to their first-ever NCAA Championship in 2013, her first year as head coach.
Currently led by Head Coach Jordan Wolfrum, the UCLA Women’s Swimming and Diving team hs captured several titles, including the Nike Cup Crown, the Hawaii Invitational and the Pac-10 title twice.
Coached by Stella Sampras Webster, sister of former professional tennis player Pete Sampras, the UCLA Women’s Tennis team has won two NCAA Championships – 2008 and 2014 – and has captured several individual titles. Her teams have finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships in 19 of her 22 seasons in Westwood. UCLA has also finished in the top five nationally on 13 occasions.
Considered one of the best college track and field teams in the country, UCLA Women’ Track and Field has won five NCAA Championships and several non-NCAA national titles.
Guided by Head Coach Michael Sealy, UCLA Women’s Volleyball has earned four NCAA titles, seven National Championships, and the Sweet Sixteen in 2016.
The UCLA women’s water polo team has won seven NCAA Championships and 11 All-Time Conference Championships, with the most recent in 2017. Cheer them on to their next victory!