Tuesday, January 23

Winning the Pac-12 championship became the pinnacle of UCLA women's golf's accomplishments in 2016-2017. The Bruins failed to advance beyond the NCAA regional. (Courtesy of James Wood)

Women’s golf season ends after subpar performance at NCAA regional

The No. 4 UCLA women’s golf team’s season came to a screeching halt at the NCAA regional May 10. Before that, the Bruins were poised for their best season since 2011, when coach Carrie Forsyth led them all the way to the national championship. Read more...

Photo: Winning the Pac-12 championship became the pinnacle of UCLA women's golf's accomplishments in 2016-2017. The Bruins failed to advance beyond the NCAA regional. (Courtesy of James Wood)

Winning the Pac-12 championship became the pinnacle of UCLA women's golf's accomplishments in 2016-2017. The Bruins failed to advance beyond the NCAA regional. (Courtesy of James Wood)

Sophomore Lilia Vu and UCLA women's golf couldn't carry momentum from their Pac-12 win into the NCAA regional. The Bruins placed eighth in the Lubbock, Texas, regional, narrowly missing the sixth-place cutoff. (UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf falls short in NCAA regional after winning Pac-12 title

UCLA women’s golf’s run has come to an end. A week after claiming the Pac-12 title, the No. 1 Bruins’ season is over. After making it out of the NCAA regional for 16 consecutive years, the team finished eighth in the Lubbock, Texas, regional, just missing the sixth-place cutoff for the NCAA Tournament. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Lilia Vu and UCLA women's golf couldn't carry momentum from their Pac-12 win into the NCAA regional. The Bruins placed eighth in the Lubbock, Texas, regional, narrowly missing the sixth-place cutoff. (UCLA Athletics)

Sophomore Lilia Vu and UCLA women's golf couldn't carry momentum from their Pac-12 win into the NCAA regional. The Bruins placed eighth in the Lubbock, Texas, regional, narrowly missing the sixth-place cutoff. (UCLA Athletics)

The Bruins won their sixth Pac-12 title and first in 11 years Wednesday, when they swept the competition by 21 strokes. Sophomore Lilia Vu took first overall, her fourth consecutive tournament win. (Courtesy of James S. Wood)

Women’s golf sweeps Pac-12 championship with fourth victory of season

UCLA women’s golf blew away the competition at the Pac-12 championship this week. “The conditions were so difficult, the winds were blowing up to 30-35 miles per hour,” said coach Carrie Forsyth. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins won their sixth Pac-12 title and first in 11 years Wednesday, when they swept the competition by 21 strokes. Sophomore Lilia Vu took first overall, her fourth consecutive tournament win. (Courtesy of James S. Wood)

The Bruins won their sixth Pac-12 title and first in 11 years Wednesday, when they swept the competition by 21 strokes. Sophomore Lilia Vu took first overall, her fourth consecutive tournament win. (Courtesy of James S. Wood)

Redshirt freshman pitcher Rachel Garcia was named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week, Pac-12 Conference Pitcher of the Week and Pac-12 Freshman of the Week following a complete-game shutout against then-No. 1 Oregon last weekend. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

The Rundown: April 12

Check out a breakdown of the UCLA sports stories you might have missed this week. Women’s golfDavid Gottlieb, assistant Sports editor Lilia Vu won another tournament Tuesday, meaning that the sophomore has finished first in three straight tournaments. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt freshman pitcher Rachel Garcia was named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week, Pac-12 Conference Pitcher of the Week and Pac-12 Freshman of the Week following a complete-game shutout against then-No. 1 Oregon last weekend. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

Redshirt freshman pitcher Rachel Garcia was named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week, Pac-12 Conference Pitcher of the Week and Pac-12 Freshman of the Week following a complete-game shutout against then-No. 1 Oregon last weekend. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

Freshman guard Lonzo Ball earned first team All-American honors and was named the National Association of Basketball Coaches freshman of the year. He is also a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, which is given to the country's most outstanding player. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Rundown – April 5

Check out a breakdown of the UCLA sports stories you might have missed this week. Men’s basketball TuAnh Dam, Sports editor The awards keep rolling in for Lonzo Ball. Read more...

Photo: Freshman guard Lonzo Ball earned first team All-American honors and was named the National Association of Basketball Coaches freshman of the year. He is also a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, which is given to the country's most outstanding player. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman guard Lonzo Ball earned first team All-American honors and was named the National Association of Basketball Coaches freshman of the year. He is also a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, which is given to the country's most outstanding player. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Bethany Wu was unable to pick up a win for the Bruins on Wednesday against Stanford. The sophomore fell to Andrea Lee, despite winning holes 8, 10 and 12. (UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf falls to Duke, Stanford at East Lake Cup

The No. 5 UCLA women’s golf team fell to No. 23 Duke and No. 4 Stanford at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia. On the first day of the three-day East Lake Cup, the Bruins earned second place after shooting a 1-under 287 as a team. Read more...

Photo: Bethany Wu was unable to pick up a win for the Bruins on Wednesday against Stanford. The sophomore fell to Andrea Lee, despite winning holes 8, 10 and 12. (UCLA Athletics)

Bethany Wu was unable to pick up a win for the Bruins on Wednesday against Stanford. The sophomore fell to Andrea Lee, despite winning holes 8, 10 and 12. (UCLA Athletics)



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