Female Athlete of the Year: Rachel Garcia
Coral Smith, Daily Bruin senior staff
After her phenomenal 2019 season, one might have thought we had witnessed the greatest year of Rachel Garcia’s UCLA career.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The difference in the game was the offenses, and on Friday night, the Bruins’ did not show up.
No. 2 seed UCLA softball (47-6, 19-2 Pac-12) found itself on the wrong end of a perfect game from No.
No. 2 seed UCLA softball (46-5, 19-2 Pac-12) will begin its sixth-straight Women’s College World Series appearance with a matchup against No. 10 seed Florida State (55-10, 19-5 ACC) on Thursday night.
This post was updated May 31 at 8:15 p.m.
After two games of limited offense, the Bruins finally broke through to win the series.
No. 2 seed UCLA softball (46-5, 19-2 Pac-12) completed its comeback over Virginia Tech (37-15, 23-11 ACC) after falling behind in the Super Regional series 0-1, winning Saturday’s decisive game three 6-0.
Back in the postseason for the 22nd consecutive season, the Bruins are ready to make a run at another title.
“The vibes and the energy that we have going into this weekend (are) good,” said redshirt junior infielder Delanie Wisz.
Amid Senior Day celebrations, the Bruins got the win in their final regular-season home game.
No. 2 UCLA softball (38-3, 16-2 Pac-12) recorded its second mercy-rule victory of the weekend with a 8-0 win over Stanford (29-18, 8-10) on Sunday afternoon.
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