Saturday, May 30


Women’s golf secures second place in final fall tournament

The Bruins finished off the fall season with their best result yet. No. 20 UCLA women’s golf shot a 17-under 859 to clinch second place at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview in Kailua Kona, Hawaii, which ran from Monday through Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Senior Mariel Galdiano of No. 20 UCLA women’s golf tied in second place in the Nanea Pac-12 Preview alongside freshman Ty Akabane. As a team, the Bruins placed second overall – their best finish of the fall. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Women’s golf to change up player list for 4th time in final fall tournament

The Bruins will try out their fourth lineup combination this fall. No. 20 UCLA women’s golf will compete in the Nanea Pac-12 Preview in Kohala, Hawaii, from Monday through Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Senior Mariel Galdiano will return to the UCLA women’s golf lineup after sitting out for the Stanford Intercollegiate. Galdiano and the Bruins will wrap up their fall slate at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview this week. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)



Student-athlete siblings linked by golf tee up strong bond rather than rivalry

Seven-year-old Hidetoshi Yoshihara stepped foot on the practice course to prepare for his first golf tournament. His 3-year-old sister, Yuki Yoshihara, accompanied him to the course and watched intently. Read more...

Photo: Senior Hidetoshi Yoshihara and freshman Yuki Yoshihara grew up playing golf in Japan, under the instruction of their father – a professional instructor. The siblings went to the same high school and, as of this fall, both compete for UCLA men’s and women’s golf, respectively.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)


Women’s golf claims 7th place at Stanford Intercollegiate

The Bruins could not break free from the middle of the pack. No. 12 UCLA women’s golf shot a 15-over 867 to finish in seventh place at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Ty Akabane competed individually at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Akabane tied for 11th place along with freshman Emma Spitz, making the duo the Bruins’ best scorers of the weekend. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)




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