Thursday, February 21

UCLA women's golf won its fourth straight tournament since October on Tuesday afternoon, after a three-month hiatus from competition. Junior Lilia Vu also finished first on the individual leaderboard, her second straight win. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women’s golf continues winning streak after three-month hiatus

Three months off didn’t slow down UCLA women’s golf. The No. 1 Bruins began their spring season in Palos Verdes Estates with a fourth straight victory since October, holding off No. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's golf won its fourth straight tournament since October on Tuesday afternoon, after a three-month hiatus from competition. Junior Lilia Vu also finished first on the individual leaderboard, her second straight win. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women's golf won its fourth straight tournament since October on Tuesday afternoon, after a three-month hiatus from competition. Junior Lilia Vu also finished first on the individual leaderboard, her second straight win. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women's golf won its third tournament in a row after outlasting Oklahoma in the Battle at the Beach this weekend. Junior Lilia Vu also won her first individual of the season after shooting 8-under-par. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf makes third-round comeback to win Battle at the Beach

UCLA women’s golf rounded out its fall schedule with its third straight victory Sunday afternoon in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. UCLA shot 12-under-par on day three to surge past second-place Oklahoma, which entered the round leading UCLA by five strokes. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's golf won its third tournament in a row after outlasting Oklahoma in the Battle at the Beach this weekend. Junior Lilia Vu also won her first individual of the season after shooting 8-under-par. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women's golf won its third tournament in a row after outlasting Oklahoma in the Battle at the Beach this weekend. Junior Lilia Vu also won her first individual of the season after shooting 8-under-par. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA won its second-straight tournament at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview on Tuesday. Sophomore Mariel Galdiano is a Hawaii native and tied for fifth on the individual leaderboard. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women’s golf finishes first at Nanea Pac-12 Preview in two rounds

UCLA women’s golf won its second-straight tournament Tuesday, after the third round of the Nanea Pac-12 Preview, held in Hawaii, was cancelled by stormy weather. Rounds one and two were completed Monday. Read more...

Photo: UCLA won its second-straight tournament at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview on Tuesday. Sophomore Mariel Galdiano is a Hawaii native and tied for fifth on the individual leaderboard. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA won its second-straight tournament at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview on Tuesday. Sophomore Mariel Galdiano is a Hawaii native and tied for fifth on the individual leaderboard. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women's golf finished first at the Stanford Intercollegiate this week. Freshman Patty Tavatanakit also managed to secure the first collegiate victory of her career after shooting 6-under-par for the tournament. (Courtesy of Stanford Photo)

Women’s golf comes out victorious in Stanford Intercollegiate

UCLA women’s golf took home a first-place finish at the Stanford Intercollegiate tournament this week. The Bruins entered day three of their second tournament of the season trailing host the Cardinal by six strokes, but stormed back to win. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's golf finished first at the Stanford Intercollegiate this week. Freshman Patty Tavatanakit also managed to secure the first collegiate victory of her career after shooting 6-under-par for the tournament. (Courtesy of Stanford Photo)

UCLA women's golf finished first at the Stanford Intercollegiate this week. Freshman Patty Tavatanakit also managed to secure the first collegiate victory of her career after shooting 6-under-par for the tournament. (Courtesy of Stanford Photo)

Forward Hallie Mace finished last weekend with three goals in UCLA’s win over Arizona State and tie with Arizona. The junior logged her second consecutive Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honor. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

The Rundown: Oct. 11

Hailie Mace, women’s soccer Melissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Another week, another award for the No. 2 Bruins. Junior forward Hailie Mace now has two consecutive honors as Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, the second of which she earned Tuesday for her performance this past weekend. Read more...

Photo: Forward Hallie Mace finished last weekend with three goals in UCLA’s win over Arizona State and tie with Arizona. The junior logged her second consecutive Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honor. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Forward Hallie Mace finished last weekend with three goals in UCLA’s win over Arizona State and tie with Arizona. The junior logged her second consecutive Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honor. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Freshman Patty Tavatanakit made her collegiate debut at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate this week. She shot 5-under-par for the tournament and finished second on the individual leaderboard. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA women’s golf earns second place in season’s first tournament

In its first tournament of the 2017 season, UCLA women’s golf finished second at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate on Tuesday. The Bruins finished 12 strokes behind first place No. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Patty Tavatanakit made her collegiate debut at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate this week. She shot 5-under-par for the tournament and finished second on the individual leaderboard. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Freshman Patty Tavatanakit made her collegiate debut at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate this week. She shot 5-under-par for the tournament and finished second on the individual leaderboard. (Courtesy of 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)

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)


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