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Gallery: UCLA softball advances to the Women’s College World Series

By Ashley Kenney

May 26, 2019 1:58 pm

Redshirt junior pitcher Rachel Garcia pitched the entirety of the first of two games against James Madison.

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Senior catcher Paige Halstead goes up to bat.

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Junior center fielder Bubba Nickles slides into home base to try to add another point to the Bruins’ score. UCLA beat James Madison 6-1.

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Nickles wipes away tears after a painful rush to home plate, sliding in on top of a softball bat in her path.

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Coach Kelly Inouye-Perez communicates with the Bruins as she watches the game closely.

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The Bruins cheer on their teammates as they run to home base following a three-run home run from Garcia.

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Freshman pitcher Megan Faraimo pitched most of Saturday's game against James Madison.

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Senior third baseman Brianna Tautalafua gears up to throw to a teammate.

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Inouye-Perez high-fives Faraimo between innings.

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The Bruins cheer for senior first basemen Taylor Pack as she runs toward home plate after hitting a home run.

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UCLA rushes onto the field after defeating James Madison 7-2, winning their NCAA super regional.

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Pack has a cooler of water poured on her after hitting two home runs during the second game against the Dukes.

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UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi came onto the field after the game and hugged sophomore pinch hitter Malia Quarles.

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Redshirt sophomore right fielder Aaliyah Jordan does the 8-clap with her teammates.

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