The Bruins will play their final tournament of the regular season.
In the Bruins’ final tune-up before Pac-12 play begins next week, No. 1 UCLA softball (20-1) will host the UCLA/Long Beach State Invitational this weekend, squaring off against No.
It took just a day for the Bruins to return to their winning ways.
No. 1 UCLA softball (19-1) swept all four of its games at the San Diego Classic this weekend after losing its first game of the season Thursday.
Just one team separates the Bruins and Longhorns in the national rankings.
No. 1 UCLA softball (15-0) will square off against No. 3 Texas (16-2) on Thursday at Easton Stadium in its highest-ranked matchup of the regular season so far.
In the early stages of the season, the Bruins tend not to lose.
No. 1 UCLA softball (15-0) has gone undefeated through the first three weeks of the season for the third straight year, most recently winning all four of its games at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic.
For redshirt junior outfielder Aaliyah Jordan, the ball looked more like a “balloon” this weekend.
“I was just seeing the ball really well,” Jordan said. “I was seeing it well even during warmups.”
This post was updated Feb. 10 at 1:19 a.m.
The Bruins’ weekend wins came in all shapes and sizes.
No. 4 UCLA softball (4-0) has won three more games during the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament, beating Cal Poly (2-2) on Friday and then Pittsburgh (2-2) and Cal State Bakersfield (0-5) on Saturday.
When Amanda Cromwell addressed her team after Friday’s season-ending loss, the coach focused on a specific group of players.
“It was all about the seniors tonight,” Cromwell said.
The Bruins’ new players have continued to make an impact.
No. 2 seed UCLA women’s soccer (17-4-1, 8-3 Pac-12) has received contributions from freshman forward Mia Fishel and junior transfer defender Lucy Parker, both of whom joined the team this year and cracked into the regular starting lineup back in August.
This post was updated Nov. 22 at 10:28 p.m.
For the fourth straight year, the Bruins made it to the second round.
No. 2 seed UCLA women’s soccer (15-4-1, 8-3 Pac-12) took down Lamar (16-7-0, 10-1 Southland Conference) 4-1 at home Friday night in its first postseason match.
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