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Nick Pasquale, a redshirt freshman with the UCLA Bruins, was the hit by a car. The 5-foot-8, 165-pound wide recceiver was declared dead at the scene.
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UCLA receiver Nick Pasquale was hit by a car and killed while walking in San Clemente early Sunday morning. He was 20.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department said Pasquale was struck about 1:30 a.m.
It wasn't immediately clear whether Pasquale was trying to cross a street. Sheriff's Lt. Gary Strachan said the car's driver stopped, called authorities and stayed with...
The UCLA Bruins received terrible news this past weekend — walk-on wide receiver Nick Pasquale was struck by a car when crossing the street in San Clemente. He later passed away.
Of course, everyone who knew Pasquale is absolutely devastated — Jim Mora spoke out about the loss:
“This is a tragic loss. Nick was an outstanding young man who had a positive impact on everyone...
A foundation is established in the name of the UCLA player Nick Pasquale, to raise money to financially help dedicated athletes in his honor...
UCLA redshirt freshman walk-on wide receiver Nick Pasquale died early Sunday morning after being hit by a car in his hometown of San Clemente, Calif. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department listed the news on their website and says the incident occurred at 1:27 am Sunday morning on Camino De Los Mares, west of Calle Nuevo. […]
UCLA freshman wide receiver Nick Pasquale has been struck by a car and killed while walking in San Clemente. He was 20.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department reports that Pasquale was struck about 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
It wasn't immediately clear if he was trying to cross a street.
However, Sheriff's Lt. Gary Strachan says the car's driver stopped, called authorities...
Today the NCAA lost a very young player to an accident. Nick Pasquale, a walk-on receiver at UCLA, died early Sunday morning after being hit by a vehicle in San Clemente, according to an Orange County coroner’s report. Pasquale, 20, was in his second season with the UCLA team. He was a graduate of San […]
Most of the time when coaches storm out of press conferences, they end up looking like idiots. But UCLA head coach Jim L. Mora deserves a "Bravo!" for what he did on Monday.
Mora began his press conference by addressing the tragic death of walk-on freshman wide receiver Nick Pasquale, who died Sunday morning after getting hit by a car . While Mora was in the middle of...
The UCLA football team and community are in the middle of dealing with a tragedy. On Sunday, redshirt freshman walk-on wide receiver Nick Pasquale died after he was hit by a car in his hometown of San Clemente, Calif. He was only 20 years old. At his press conference on Monday, UCLA head coach Jim […]
It was a hard weekend for the UCLA Bruins and their fans. A member of the football team, wide receiver Nick Pasquale, was hit by a car and killed. Bruins Head Coach Jim Mora was in the midst of addressing the media about Pasquale's death when someone made a big, big mistake and made the coach mad.
I've heard conflicting reports; that the target of his wrath was...
On the heels of the tragic news that UCLA freshman WR Nick Pasquale died after being stuck by a car on Monday, the media gathered to hear Mora speak...
UCLA just recently had a death to a team member, Nick Pasquale. Jim Mora had his usual Sunday press conference, and led off talking about Nick. A reporter decided to pick up his phone, and Mora was not having it. You can see the rest for yourself. May I add….this reporter is an idiot.
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UCLA coach Jim Mora and the 16th-ranked Bruins returned to football practice on Monday for the first time since the death of walk-on receiver Nick Pasquale.