Redshirt senior pitcher/first baseman Rachel Garcia plans to play with UCLA softball and train for the Olympics in 2021. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
When she heard that her team was getting back two star players, coach Kelly Inouye-Perez had just one thought for them.
“Welcome back,” Inouye-Perez said.
Both redshirt senior pitcher/first baseman Rachel Garcia and senior utility Bubba Nickles will rejoin UCLA softball for the 2021 season.
The Bruins are getting back two key players from their 2019 championship run.
UCLA softball will welcome back redshirt senior pitcher/first-baseman Rachel Garcia and senior utility Bubba Nickles for the 2021 season.
While the world faces shortages of necessary goods, many people are surrounded by an abundance of one thing: time.
And if it’s possible to keep future goals in focus, extra time can be a good thing, according to some of the current and former UCLA student athletes who had been preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A month on from the unexpected early end to the Bruins’ season, coach Kelly Inouye-Perez said she will never forget the uncertainty she felt when the team found out the year was over.
The Bruins will play their final tournament of the regular season.
In the Bruins’ final tune-up before Pac-12 play begins next week, No. 1 UCLA softball (20-1) will host the UCLA/Long Beach State Invitational this weekend, squaring off against No.
Junior utility Kinsley Washington said the first inning was like a nine-player relay race.
Except with a softball bat instead of a baton, and the only loser being the opposing pitcher’s ERA.
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