Wednesday, May 27

UCLA women’s lacrosse club team to compete in collegiate tournament

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. Read more...

Photo: UCLA’s club lacrosse will head to Texas for the national lacrosse tournament this week. This year it goes in as the No. 10 seed and will face No. 7 Virginia in the first match of the tournament. (Courtesy of Suzanne Bernardy)

Softball lacked typical dominance in defeat over Cal State Fullerton

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. Read more...

Photo: Senior second baseman Kylee Perez lead the team with three hits Tuesday night. The senior scored twice in a game where the Bruins logged 11 hits, but left a total of 15 runners on base. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

Rivalry Renewed

UCLA hosted crosstown rival USC for their annual dual meet at Drake Stadium this weekend. Read the Daily Bruin’s recap of the meet, the last of the regular season contest before next week’s Pac-12 Championships. Read more...

Photo: (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Softball consistently comes out swinging in competitive conference games

So far, UCLA softball has passed the test of conference play with flying colors. The No. 3 Bruins (40-3, 15-3 Pac-12) have won 15 of their 18 conference games this season, most recently pulling off a three-game sweep over the No. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore Rachel Garcia has led the Bruins through Pac-12 play from within the circle. She currently owns an ERA of just 1.3 in over 42 2/3 innings pitched against conference teams. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

UCLA track and field team split across meets for second time this season

Track and field rosters are often so long the team is occasionally split between two different meets. This weekend, UCLA track and field would have blanketed three, but senior heptathlete Kendall Gustafson threw a wrench in the team’s scheduling for the second time this year. Read more...

Photo: UCLA track and field will be split between two meets this weekend, with the majority of the team heading to Oklahoma and a small contingent of distance runners heading to the Mt. SAC Relays for the distance carnival. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

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