Friday, December 13


Coach Derek Freeman (right) said he wasn’t pleased with UCLA men’s golf’s performance at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational. Junior Devon Bling was comfortably under par in the first round but shot a combined 7-over 151 across rounds two and three. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/UCLA Athletics)

Men’s golf falls behind on par-3 holes at Georgia Collegiate Invitational

The Bruins lost the biggest on the shortest holes last weekend. UCLA men’s golf shot 27-over on par-3s at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational in Alpharetta, Georgia, from Friday through Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Coach Derek Freeman (right) said he wasn’t pleased with UCLA men’s golf’s performance at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational. Junior Devon Bling was comfortably under par in the first round but shot a combined 7-over 151 across rounds two and three. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/UCLA Athletics)

Coach Derek Freeman (right) said he wasn’t pleased with UCLA men’s golf’s performance at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational. Junior Devon Bling was comfortably under par in the first round but shot a combined 7-over 151 across rounds two and three. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/UCLA Athletics)

Junior Devon Bling and UCLA men's golf will travel to Alpharetta, Georgia, to compete in a tournament the Bruins have entered for 13 straight seasons. Last year, Bling tied for 29th overall – good for the Bruins' second-best finish. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Men’s golf looks to better season-opening 3rd-place finish in upcoming tournament

Ten days after concluding their season opener, the Bruins will bring the same lineup to Georgia this weekend. UCLA men’s golf will compete in the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational at the club’s Lakeside course from Friday through Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Junior Devon Bling and UCLA men's golf will travel to Alpharetta, Georgia, to compete in a tournament the Bruins have entered for 13 straight seasons. Last year, Bling tied for 29th overall – good for the Bruins' second-best finish. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Junior Devon Bling and UCLA men's golf will travel to Alpharetta, Georgia, to compete in a tournament the Bruins have entered for 13 straight seasons. Last year, Bling tied for 29th overall – good for the Bruins' second-best finish. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


UCLA women’s soccer will head to Palo Alto to face Stanford on Saturday. The Cardinal beat the Bruins in the 2017 national title game and have won the matchup’s last five games. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jacq’ed Up: Women’s soccer needs win against Stanford to boost shot at championship title

The Bruins only have one game this weekend, as opposed to the usual Thursday-to-Sunday turnaround. But that one game is the most important of their season. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women’s soccer will head to Palo Alto to face Stanford on Saturday. The Cardinal beat the Bruins in the 2017 national title game and have won the matchup’s last five games. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA women’s soccer will head to Palo Alto to face Stanford on Saturday. The Cardinal beat the Bruins in the 2017 national title game and have won the matchup’s last five games. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior defender Lucy Parker scored her first goal of the season for No. 22 UCLA women's soccer in its 3-0 win over Colorado. Parker made her way into the box for a corner kick and headed the ball into the net for the go-ahead goal. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Bruins best the Buffaloes with 3 goals from 3 different women’s soccer players

Lucy Parker once again jogged her way upfield from her position in the backline for a corner kick. And, once again, the junior’s head found the ball. Read more...

Photo: Junior defender Lucy Parker scored her first goal of the season for No. 22 UCLA women's soccer in its 3-0 win over Colorado. Parker made her way into the box for a corner kick and headed the ball into the net for the go-ahead goal. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior defender Lucy Parker scored her first goal of the season for No. 22 UCLA women's soccer in its 3-0 win over Colorado. Parker made her way into the box for a corner kick and headed the ball into the net for the go-ahead goal. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)



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