Sophomore Mason Greene was one of two Bruins to card an under-par round at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic as UCLA men’s golf finished in 17th place at the tournament. (Jeremy Chen/Daily Bruin)
In the high temperatures of the Grand Canyon State, the Bruins could not keep pace.
UCLA men’s golf finished in 17th place in the 23-team field at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic in Chandler, Arizona.
The Bruins are on the road once again.
UCLA men’s golf is headed to Arizona to compete in the Wyoming Cowboy Classic. A field of 23 teams will play 36 holes on Monday and 18 holes on Tuesday.
For the first time this season, the Bruins are coming off a win.
After posting a 4-over 868 at the Lamkin San Diego Classic last week, UCLA men’s golf secured first place in both the team and individual categories.
After finishing in last place just under a month ago, the Bruins flipped the script in San Diego.
UCLA men’s golf opened its season finishing in 24th place in the 24-team field at the Prestige in mid-February.
The Bruins’ second tournament of the week ended differently from their first.
After finishing last in The Prestige, UCLA men’s golf returned to the links for the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate and finished in a tie for eighth place.
The Bruins had their lowest-ever finish at The Prestige in their return to the links after 11 months.
UCLA men’s golf opened its 2021 season shooting a 44-over 896, which put it last place in the 24-team field.
Men’s water polo
Zoe Moskowitz, Daily Bruin contributor
The top four teams in the nation are set to compete again this weekend.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (5-3, 4-3 MPSF) will travel to Avery Aquatic Center to play its last games of the regular season facing No.
The Bruins said they will look to overcome some nerves and rust ahead of their first tournament of the COVID-19-shortened season.
UCLA men’s golf will be competing in The Prestige this week, which boasts a 24-team field, including nine Pac-12 teams.
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