Wednesday, April 24

Junior utility Paige Halstead and the Bruins were able to put eight runs up on the board in their fifth straight win over Cal State Northridge. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Softball defeats rival Cal State Northridge during midweek game

The estimated crowd attendance for Tuesday night’s matchup against Cal State Northridge was 853, something that took the team by surprise for a midweek game. “They completely change the atmosphere,” said coach Kelly Inouye-Perez. Read more...

Photo: Junior utility Paige Halstead and the Bruins were able to put eight runs up on the board in their fifth straight win over Cal State Northridge. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Junior utility Paige Halstead and the Bruins were able to put eight runs up on the board in their fifth straight win over Cal State Northridge. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

The No. 3 Bruins lost their first two games of the year this weekend when facing the No. 6 Ducks. UCLA was held scoreless in their last game of the series, the first time they failed to score all year.
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UCLA softball faces first two defeats of season against Oregon

Going into Saturday night’s game against Oregon, UCLA softball was the last undefeated team in the nation. No. 1 Washington (29-1, 1-1 Pac-12) lost to No. Read more...

Photo: The No. 3 Bruins lost their first two games of the year this weekend when facing the No. 6 Ducks. UCLA was held scoreless in their last game of the series, the first time they failed to score all year. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

The No. 3 Bruins lost their first two games of the year this weekend when facing the No. 6 Ducks. UCLA was held scoreless in their last game of the series, the first time they failed to score all year.
 (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)



Junior infielder Brianna Tautalafua has had a hot start to her season. Last weekend she tallied nine runs batted in and three homeruns in UCLA's first five games of the year. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

UCLA softball prepares to play six games in five days

After a perfect opening weekend, No. 5 UCLA softball (5-0) will be busy yet again, with six games in the next five days. The first game for UCLA will be a home game against Fordham on Thursday. Read more...

Photo: Junior infielder Brianna Tautalafua has had a hot start to her season. Last weekend she tallied nine runs batted in and three homeruns in UCLA's first five games of the year. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Junior infielder Brianna Tautalafua has had a hot start to her season. Last weekend she tallied nine runs batted in and three homeruns in UCLA's first five games of the year. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Senior pitcher Johanna Grauer started for the Bruins in their season opener against Maryland. She pitched six innings and logged four strikeouts in UCLA's first game of 2018. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Softball sweeps set of unranked opponents on opening weekend

Five games, five wins. The first weekend of competition at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament for No. 4 UCLA softball (5-0) had runs and hits aplenty this weekend, racking up 49 in total over their first five games. Read more...

Photo: Senior pitcher Johanna Grauer started for the Bruins in their season opener against Maryland. She pitched six innings and logged four strikeouts in UCLA's first game of 2018. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Senior pitcher Johanna Grauer started for the Bruins in their season opener against Maryland. She pitched six innings and logged four strikeouts in UCLA's first game of 2018. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Kylee (left) and Briana (right) Perez were multisport athletes when they were younger, but as time went on they both decided to focus their efforts on softball. After playing together at the club level and in high school, the Perez sisters are on the same roster yet again. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Softball sisters look to play college game together for first time

During one of Briana and Kylee Perez’s first experiences with softball, then-11-year-old Kylee Perez threw the ball right at then-8-year-old Briana Perez’s face, knocking out a tooth in the process. Read more...

Photo: Kylee (left) and Briana (right) Perez were multisport athletes when they were younger, but as time went on they both decided to focus their efforts on softball. After playing together at the club level and in high school, the Perez sisters are on the same roster yet again. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Kylee (left) and Briana (right) Perez were multisport athletes when they were younger, but as time went on they both decided to focus their efforts on softball. After playing together at the club level and in high school, the Perez sisters are on the same roster yet again. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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