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Woman’s golf finishes third at Golfweek Conference Challenge

The Bruins only went up, but they never reached the top. No. 12 UCLA women’s golf finished in third place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Wolcott, Colorado, posting a 5-under 859. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Annabel Wilson made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women’s golf at the Golfweek Conference Challenge from Monday through Wednesday. Wilson was the second-best finisher for the Bruins, tying for 16th place. (Courtesty of UCLA Athletics).


Freshmen dominate women’s golf’s starting lineup at Golfweek Conference Challenge

This post was updated Sept. 23 at 4:41 p.m. The next time the Bruins tee off, four of five starters will be freshmen. No. 12 UCLA women’s golf headed to the Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club, Fazio Course in Colorado to compete in the Golfweek Conference Challenge from Monday to Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Emma Spitz made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women’s golf at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M on Sept. 16 and posted the Bruins’ best score. This week, Spitz will be one of four freshmen in UCLA’s starting lineup. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Women’s golf finishes 10th in season-opening tournament, hopeful for improvement

The Bruins’ return to the course didn’t go exactly as planned. UCLA women’s golf came home from Lake Elmo, Minnesota, with a 10th place overall finish in the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M. Read more...

Photo: Coach Carrie Forsyth brought in five freshmen prior to UCLA women’s golf’s 2019 fall slate. Freshman Emma Spitz was the Bruins’ top scorer in their first tournament, finishing tied for 32nd. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Women’s golf hopes to begin season with increased competition due to deeper roster

The Bruins are back and better than before – at least from a numbers standpoint. No. 5 UCLA women’s golf will tee off its 2019 fall season at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M in Lake Elmo, Minnesota, on Monday. Read more...

Photo: Senior Mariel Galdiano will enter her season with No. 5 UCLA women’s golf after earning Golfweek and WGCA Honorable Mention All-American awards. Galdiano said the addition of five freshmen will be key to the Bruins’ success this year. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Women’s golf tees up 2 more recruits for one of largest teams in program history

The Bruins’ roster will grow from six players to nine in the fall. UCLA women’s golf added two additional recruits to the group of three players who signed in November. Read more...

Photo: Senior Beth Wu is the only member of UCLA women’s golf who will graduate in June. Coach Carrie Forsyth will bring in five recruits this fall to give the Bruins a nine-player roster after they played this season with six athletes. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Women’s golf says goodbye to All-American player as season comes to an end

As the Bruins’ season comes to a close, so too does the collegiate career of their young All-American. UCLA women’s golf failed to advance past stroke play of the NCAA championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas, last week after finishing 20th with a 65-over 941. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Patty Tavatanakit was an All-American for her second straight season with UCLA women’s golf. Tavatanakit will forgo her final two years of collegiate golf to join the LPGA Tour this summer. (Courtesy of John McGillen)


Women’s golf ends NCAA championship play after its worst finish of the season

The Bruins’ championship pursuit has been cut short. No. 14 UCLA women’s golf finished at 65-over 941 – placing 20th out of 24 teams in stroke play – at the NCAA championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Patty Tavatanakit was named an All-American for the second straight year after leading No. 14 UCLA women’s golf with a 43rd place finish in the NCAA championships. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)



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