Wednesday, November 21


Senior Stephanie Kono took second as an individual in the Stanford Intercollegiate, while the Bruins captured their second team title this year.

Women’s golf collects its second tournament win of the season at the Stanford Intercollegiate

The No. 1 UCLA women's golf team was undoubtedly short-staffed at the Stanford Intercollegiate. The Bruins were without three-time All-American senior Stephanie Kono as she played as an individual competitor, finishing second overall. Read more...

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Senior Stephanie Kono took second as an individual in the Stanford Intercollegiate, while the Bruins captured their second team title this year.

Senior Stephanie Kono took second as an individual in the Stanford Intercollegiate, while the Bruins captured their second team title this year.

Junior Tiffany Lua helped the women's golf team to an NCAA championship last year.

	Credit: UCLA Athletics

As defending NCAA champions, UCLA women's golf team feels pressure, excitement for upcoming year

Heading into this year with a No. 1 preseason ranking, five golfers ranked in Golfweek's Top 50, a team that only lost one player from last year's championship roster and a coach in Carrie Forsyth who has won two national championships during her time at UCLA, expectations are high. Read more...

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Junior Tiffany Lua helped the women's golf team to an NCAA championship last year.

Credit: UCLA Athletics

Junior Tiffany Lua helped the women's golf team to an NCAA championship last year.

	Credit: UCLA Athletics

Rising senior Brianna Do won the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship this past weekend at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon. Though Do was not a starter for the Bruins in their 2011 NCAA Championship victory, she was the only UCLA golfer to make it to the final, where she defeated Wake Forest freshman Marissa Dodd in a close contest.

	Credit: United States Golf Association

Brianna Do wins US Women's Amateur Championship, outlasting four of her UCLA teammates and beating Wake Forest’s Marissa Dodd on the 18th hole despite playing a limited role during the women's golf season

UCLA rising senior Brianna Do took more of a supporting role last season in the UCLA women's golf team's journey that culminated in an NCAA title "“ the team's third and the school's 107th. Read more...

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Rising senior Brianna Do won the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship this past weekend at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon. Though Do was not a starter for the Bruins in their 2011 NCAA Championship victory, she was the only UCLA golfer to make it to the final, where she defeated Wake Forest freshman Marissa Dodd in a close contest.

Credit: United States Golf Association

Rising senior Brianna Do won the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship this past weekend at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon. Though Do was not a starter for the Bruins in their 2011 NCAA Championship victory, she was the only UCLA golfer to make it to the final, where she defeated Wake Forest freshman Marissa Dodd in a close contest.

	Credit: United States Golf Association





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