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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 […]
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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...
Unfortunately, there’s extremely tragic and sad news coming out of Los Angeles Sunday afternoon.
UCLA wide receiver Nick Pasquale died early Sunday morning after being struck by a vehicle.
Pasquale was on foot when a vehicle hit him at 1:27 a.m. on Camino De Los Mares, west of Calle Nuevo in San Clemente, according to the release. He was pronounced dead at the scene, said...
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.
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...
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...
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 […]
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.