The Bruins are back on top of the rankings for the first time this season.
No. 1 UCLA beach volleyball (15-1, 6-0 Pac-12) will travel to Phoenix this weekend to face a quartet of Pac-12 rivals.
The Bruins hit a new low Sunday.
UCLA women’s golf shot an 18-over 882 at the Ping/ASU Invitational and finished in 11th place. The Bruins were 20 shots back of Pac-12 rivals Arizona State and Oregon at the top of the leaderboard, marking their worst finish of the season and worst placement since 2019.
After finishing in last place just under a month ago, the Bruins flipped the script in San Diego.
UCLA men’s golf opened its season finishing in 24th place in the 24-team field at the Prestige in mid-February.
The Bruins carded their worst performance of the year despite two top-12 individual performances.
UCLA women’s golf logged a sixth-place finish at the Bruin Wave Invitational, finishing outside of the top five for the first time this season.
The Bruins will make a switch to their starting lineup for the first time this season.
UCLA women’s golf is set to cohost the Bruin Wave Invitational with Pepperdine starting Monday.
The Bruins’ second tournament of the week ended differently from their first.
After finishing last in The Prestige, UCLA men’s golf returned to the links for the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate and finished in a tie for eighth place.
The Bruins had their lowest-ever finish at The Prestige in their return to the links after 11 months.
UCLA men’s golf opened its 2021 season shooting a 44-over 896, which put it last place in the 24-team field.
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