Monday, September 25

Galdiano made her debut on the UCLA women's golf team last year, finishing second overall. She hopes to earn an individual win once the season kicks off on Oct. 1. (UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women’s golfer values mental strength in journey to success

Mariel Galdiano set a record at one of the most prestigious tournaments in women’s golf for competing at just 13 years old. The U.S. Women’s Open golf tournament is the oldest of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour’s five major championships and boasted a $4.5 million prize in 2015, the highest in women’s golf. Read more...

Photo: Galdiano made her debut on the UCLA women's golf team last year, finishing second overall. She hopes to earn an individual win once the season kicks off on Oct. 1. (UCLA Athletics)

Galdiano made her debut on the UCLA women's golf team last year, finishing second overall. She hopes to earn an individual win once the season kicks off on Oct. 1. (UCLA Athletics)

Freshman outside hitter Mac May impressed Wednesday night against conference rival USC. She finished in the top 3 in kills, aces and blocks with 13, three and four, respectively. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Women’s volleyball goes down to USC in five-setter

The Pac-12 opener was nothing short of a disappointment for the Bruins, but the expectations remain the same. No. 11 UCLA (7-3, 0-1 Pac-12) women’s volleyball hosted cross-town rival No. Read more...

Photo: Freshman outside hitter Mac May impressed Wednesday night against conference rival USC. She finished in the top 3 in kills, aces and blocks with 13, three and four, respectively. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Freshman outside hitter Mac May impressed Wednesday night against conference rival USC. She finished in the top 3 in kills, aces and blocks with 13, three and four, respectively. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

The Bruins allowed three goals in their match against the Clemson Tigers, their biggest deficit in a loss this year. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Men’s soccer loses 3-0 to No. 8 Clemson

On the East Coast for the second time this season after a winless trip last time out, the UCLA Bruins (2-3) faced off against the No. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins allowed three goals in their match against the Clemson Tigers, their biggest deficit in a loss this year. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

The Bruins allowed three goals in their match against the Clemson Tigers, their biggest deficit in a loss this year. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Junior middle blocker Kyra Rogers led UCLA with 14 kills and a .440 hitting percentage. After hitting .121 in the second set, the Bruins rebounded to a .255 on the match. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s volleyball switches hitters, stifles LMU

After the Bruins suffered their first two losses of the season, coach Michael Sealy decided it was time for a change. It worked. No. 13 UCLA (6-2) women’s volleyball switched around two of its pin hitters in a straight-sets victory over Loyola Marymount (5-4). Read more...

Photo: Junior middle blocker Kyra Rogers led UCLA with 14 kills and a .440 hitting percentage. After hitting .121 in the second set, the Bruins rebounded to a .255 on the match. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior middle blocker Kyra Rogers led UCLA with 14 kills and a .440 hitting percentage. After hitting .121 in the second set, the Bruins rebounded to a .255 on the match. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior quarterback Josh Rosen threw for 463 yards and four touchdowns but also threw two interceptions in UCLA's loss to Memphis on Saturday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Shaky quarterback, limited defense caused football’s loss to Memphis

Josh Rosen tried playing the hero role against Memphis. Similar to UCLA’s season opening comeback against Texas A&M, the offense had the ball with three minutes left in the game and needed a touchdown drive to steal a win from its opponent. Read more...

Photo: Junior quarterback Josh Rosen threw for 463 yards and four touchdowns but also threw two interceptions in UCLA's loss to Memphis on Saturday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior quarterback Josh Rosen threw for 463 yards and four touchdowns but also threw two interceptions in UCLA's loss to Memphis on Saturday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)