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Prediction: UCLA 38, Oregon 31
Two straight games I bet against the Bruins, and twice they proved me wrong.
Two straight games I took the underdog, and the favorite let me down.
A new victor has emerged for the Bruins in an annual tradition on rival ground.
UCLA women’s tennis freshman Anne-Christine Lutkemeyer claimed the singles championship at the Women of Troy Invitational at the Marks Tennis Stadium over the weekend, defeating opponents from across the state to bring the Bruins a preseason crown on the Trojans’ turf.
Abbey Forbes had never anticipated transferring.
But despite her attempt to remain in Westwood, the former Bruin will now be heading home.
The former UCLA women’s tennis player announced May 25 in an Instagram post that she will be transferring to North Carolina to use her final two years of eligibility as a graduate transfer.
This post was updated May 16 at 12:55 a.m.
With the second-most NCAA championships of any school in the country, UCLA is known for its postseason success.
UCLA women’s tennis (12-6, 7-1 Pac-12) will kick off its NCAA tournament run with a matchup against Arkansas on Saturday. But before the Bruins and Razorbacks can clash on the court, Daily Bruin Sports predicts how long the blue and gold can extend its season.
This post was updated Feb. 24 at 1:57 a.m.
In April, Abbey Forbes dropped the first singles match of the Pac-12 championship finals – the first nail in the coffin for the Bruins’ eventual defeat.
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