In a year filled with highs and lows, UCLA women’s golf enters the offseason on a sour note after a promising title run went unfulfilled.
On Tuesday, the Bruins crashed out of the tournament in the semifinal against Pac-12 rival and eventual champion, Washington.
At the close of play Monday, top-seeded UCLA women’s golf looked to be in prime position to compete for the school’s 114th championship.
Tuesday was not the Bruins’ day however, as the Washington Huskies upset them 3-1-1 in the NCAA women’s golf match-play semifinal.
UCLA men’s golf finished in eighth place in the Pac-12 championship Sunday. The Bruins started the day in sixth place but dropped to eighth after shooting a 27-over par on The Country Club in Salt Lake City.
After a successful regular season ending with 10-straight victories, the No. 4 Bruins are set to play in the 2016 Pac-12 Beach Volleyball Championships hosted by top-ranked USC at the Merle Norman Stadium from April 28 to May 1.
After a disappointing end to the UCLA men’s basketball season in which the Bruins failed to enter the NCAA Tournament, coach Steve Alford and his team will be fortified by the fourth-ranked recruiting class in the country, according to 247sports.com.
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