Tuesday, November 20

Junior Mariel Galdiano won her first collegiate tournament at the Golfweek Conference Challenge this week. The Bruins' 32-under-832 broke the record that they set last week for lowest 54-hole score in UCLA women's golf history. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf wins Golfweek Conference Challenge by 33-stroke landslide

Nobody had a chance to catch the Bruins. No. 1 UCLA women’s golf won the Golfweek Conference Challenge by 33 strokes after posting a 32-under-832 on the week. Read more...

Photo: Junior Mariel Galdiano won her first collegiate tournament at the Golfweek Conference Challenge this week. The Bruins' 32-under-832 broke the record that they set last week for lowest 54-hole score in UCLA women's golf history. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Junior Mariel Galdiano won her first collegiate tournament at the Golfweek Conference Challenge this week. The Bruins' 32-under-832 broke the record that they set last week for lowest 54-hole score in UCLA women's golf history. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Sophomore Patty Tavatanakit shot a 9-under 63 in the final round of the ANNIKA Intercollegiate on Wednesday, breaking the course record and tying the UCLA record. She led the Bruins to a second-place finish at the event. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf’s second-place finish outshines men’s middling performance

Sophomore standout Patty Tavatanakit is back. No. 1 UCLA women’s golf took second place in the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M, its first tournament of the fall season. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Patty Tavatanakit shot a 9-under 63 in the final round of the ANNIKA Intercollegiate on Wednesday, breaking the course record and tying the UCLA record. She led the Bruins to a second-place finish at the event. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Sophomore Patty Tavatanakit shot a 9-under 63 in the final round of the ANNIKA Intercollegiate on Wednesday, breaking the course record and tying the UCLA record. She led the Bruins to a second-place finish at the event. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)



Junior Cole Madey and UCLA men’s golf missed the cut at the 2018 NCAA championship, but agreed that the energy and attitude amongst the team was strong all season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA men’s golf finishes season, reflects on perseverance, positive attitude

The Bruins ended the season with their heads held high despite missing the cut at the national championship. Coach Derek Freeman said that the UCLA men have matured and gained experience throughout the season that will allow them to have success in the future. Read more...

Photo: Junior Cole Madey and UCLA men’s golf missed the cut at the 2018 NCAA championship, but agreed that the energy and attitude amongst the team was strong all season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Junior Cole Madey and UCLA men’s golf missed the cut at the 2018 NCAA championship, but agreed that the energy and attitude amongst the team was strong all season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Junior Lilia Vu has become a leader for UCLA women's golf in her three years as a Bruin. Vu said she learned her leadership skills from watching former Bruin teammate and LPGA golfer Bronte Law. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Lilia Vu emerges as leader for fellow Bruin golfers, sets UCLA record

Lilia Vu knew the putt was going in. It didn’t matter that it was a long putt – more than 20 feet – or that the UCLA junior was playing at the 2018 ANA Inspiration, an LPGA Tour event in which invited amateurs often hope just to make the weekend cut. Read more...

Photo: Junior Lilia Vu has become a leader for UCLA women's golf in her three years as a Bruin. Vu said she learned her leadership skills from watching former Bruin teammate and LPGA golfer Bronte Law. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Junior Lilia Vu has become a leader for UCLA women's golf in her three years as a Bruin. Vu said she learned her leadership skills from watching former Bruin teammate and LPGA golfer Bronte Law. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA women's golf was eliminated from the NCAA championship after falling to Arizona in the first round of match play Tuesday. Junior Beth Wu was one of two Bruins to win individual matches. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Season ends for top-seeded women’s golf after upset by Arizona

The Bruins’ season has come to an end. No. 1-seeded UCLA women’s golf fell to No. 8-seeded Arizona in the match play quarterfinals Tuesday at the Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's golf was eliminated from the NCAA championship after falling to Arizona in the first round of match play Tuesday. Junior Beth Wu was one of two Bruins to win individual matches. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women's golf was eliminated from the NCAA championship after falling to Arizona in the first round of match play Tuesday. Junior Beth Wu was one of two Bruins to win individual matches. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


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