The Bruins did almost everything right.
UCLA softball started the regular season with the No. 1 recruiting class in the country and 25 straight wins, tied for its best start to a season.
As a transfer student, my time at UCLA is half that of the typical four years.
Transfers have to settle for half the classes, half the experiences and perhaps most tragically of all, half the number of sporting events as a student.
Every year, the Pac-12 championship marks the start of the final phase of the outdoor track and field season.
This weekend’s meet was the last chance many Bruins would have to qualify for the NCAA Division I West regional meet in two weeks’ time.
The Bruins were nearly no-hit Thursday night.
After averaging 6.7 runs per game and just over nine hits per game this season, No. 1 UCLA softball (48-4, 18-4 Pac-12) put up just three hits in their 3-0 loss to No.
It’s been a down year for UCLA track and field.
At the end of the 2017 outdoor season, the Bruins had 25 athletes ranked within the nation’s top 50 in their respective events, according to TFRRS.com.
Though the collegiate lacrosse stronghold famously lies on the East Coast, the fast-paced sport exists at UCLA, too – specifically as a women’s club team.
Now, after an 8-4 run during the regular season, UCLA club lacrosse will head to Round Rock, Texas, to compete in the Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates national tournament from May 8 to 12.
The Bruins were not at their sharpest Tuesday night, and by the end of the game had stranded 15 runners on base.
No. 1 UCLA softball (45-3, 15-3 Pac-12) beat the unranked Cal State Fullerton (29-21, 14-1 Big West) 5-3, but had plenty of opportunities to widen that 2-run gap.
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