UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero and student-athletes from each male sport will be on hand to accept the trophy and check from Capital One.
The Bruin men won the Capital One Cup for the first time in school history in 2012-13, securing the title after UCLA Baseball's historic College World Series victory. Runner-up finishes in water polo and tennis, along with a No. 4 national ranking in volleyball also contributed heavily to the final standings. Additionally, UCLA enjoyed Pac-12 championships in soccer, tennis and basketball and a Pac-12 South Division championship in football, and eight of the 11 men's teams finished in the Top 15 in the final national rankings or NCAA standings.
This was the UCLA men's second consecutive Top 3 finish in the Capital One Cup. The Bruins finished third a year ago.