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Bronte Law’s performance carried UCLA women’s golf to a tournament victory last weekend. The senior also took first overall individually. (Courtesy of Don Liebig)

Women’s golf earns first-place finish at Stanford Intercollegiate

The No. 5 UCLA women’s golf team took first place in the Stanford Intercollegiate tournament after shooting 4-over 572. The three-day tournament was supposed to last all weekend, but Sunday’s round was postponed because of rain. Read more...

Photo: Bronte Law’s performance carried UCLA women’s golf to a tournament victory last weekend. The senior also took first overall individually. (Courtesy of Don Liebig)

Bronte Law’s performance carried UCLA women’s golf to a tournament victory last weekend. The senior also took first overall individually. (Courtesy of Don Liebig)

Lilia Vu finished UCLA's season-opening tournament just one stroke behind the overall leader. The sophomore shot 10 below par.(Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women’s golf opens season with third-place finish

The No. 1 UCLA women’s golf team finished in third place at its first tournament of the year in Orlando, Florida. The ANNIKA Intercollegiate Presented by 3M started Sunday and finished Tuesday, with No. Read more...

Photo: Lilia Vu finished UCLA's season-opening tournament just one stroke behind the overall leader. The sophomore shot 10 below par.(Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Lilia Vu finished UCLA's season-opening tournament just one stroke behind the overall leader. The sophomore shot 10 below par.(Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Rising senior Garrett Danner is one of the six incoming or current UCLA athletes to win a player of the year honor. The goalkeeper led the men's water polo team to a 30-0 record and a second national championship. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Current and incoming Bruins earn national player of the year awards

Six national player of the year awards belong to the Bruins. Three incoming freshmen and three current athletes secured player of the year honors in basketball, softball, soccer, tennis, water polo and golf. Read more...

Photo: Rising senior Garrett Danner is one of the six incoming or current UCLA athletes to win a player of the year honor. The goalkeeper led the men's water polo team to a 30-0 record and a second national championship. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rising senior Garrett Danner is one of the six incoming or current UCLA athletes to win a player of the year honor. The goalkeeper led the men's water polo team to a 30-0 record and a second national championship. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Mysha Sataraka will train with the USA Softball Elite Team this month. The infielder capped off her UCLA career with seven RBIs in the Women's College World Series. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor).

The Rundown: June 13

Check out a breakdown of the UCLA sports stories you might have missed this week. USA Softball teams loaded with Bruins UCLA softball capped off its season in the Women’s College World Series, but many current and former players will compete with USA Softball this summer. Read more...

Photo: Mysha Sataraka will train with the USA Softball Elite Team this month. The infielder capped off her UCLA career with seven RBIs in the Women's College World Series. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor).

Mysha Sataraka will train with the USA Softball Elite Team this month. The infielder capped off her UCLA career with seven RBIs in the Women's College World Series. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor).

UCLA women's golf lost in the NCAA semifinal to Washington, the eventual national champions. The Bruins, though, have have two top recruits joining the team next fall and remain in a good position to add to their success next season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf looks to regroup after inconsistent season

In a year filled with highs and lows, UCLA women’s golf enters the offseason on a sour note after a promising title run went unfulfilled. On Tuesday, the Bruins crashed out of the tournament in the semifinal against Pac-12 rival and eventual champion, Washington. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's golf lost in the NCAA semifinal to Washington, the eventual national champions. The Bruins, though, have have two top recruits joining the team next fall and remain in a good position to add to their success next season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women's golf lost in the NCAA semifinal to Washington, the eventual national champions. The Bruins, though, have have two top recruits joining the team next fall and remain in a good position to add to their success next season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Top-ranked UCLA fell to No. 4 seed Washington on Tuesday afternoon 3-1-1.  (UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women’s golf shot down in tournament semifinal against Washington

At the close of play Monday, top-seeded UCLA women’s golf looked to be in prime position to compete for the school’s 114th championship. Tuesday was not the Bruins’ day however, as the Washington Huskies upset them 3-1-1 in the NCAA women’s golf match-play semifinal. Read more...

Photo: Top-ranked UCLA fell to No. 4 seed Washington on Tuesday afternoon 3-1-1. (UCLA Athletics)

Top-ranked UCLA fell to No. 4 seed Washington on Tuesday afternoon 3-1-1.  (UCLA Athletics)

Freshman Lilia Vu, the No. 6-ranked golfer in the nation, finished stroke-play with her best day on the links. Vu shot her tournament-best 67, five under par, to lead the Bruins and finish in sixth place.  (UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf finishes first in stroke-play, moves to match-play at NCAAs

The fourth and final round of stroke-play at the NCAA women’s golf championship came to a close at the Eugene Country Club with No. 3 UCLA women’s golf at the top of the leaderboard. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Lilia Vu, the No. 6-ranked golfer in the nation, finished stroke-play with her best day on the links. Vu shot her tournament-best 67, five under par, to lead the Bruins and finish in sixth place. (UCLA Athletics)

Freshman Lilia Vu, the No. 6-ranked golfer in the nation, finished stroke-play with her best day on the links. Vu shot her tournament-best 67, five under par, to lead the Bruins and finish in sixth place.  (UCLA Athletics)


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