Saturday, February 22

Women’s golf player Lilia Vu earns LGPA Tour card during break from fall season

Two Bruins took time off from UCLA this fall. Two Bruins competed in the Ladies Professional Golf Association Qualifying Series to try and earn their LPGA Tour cards. Read more...

Photo: Senior Lilia Vu finished in 27th place at the LPGA Qualifying Series with a 5-over 581 over eight rounds this fall. Vu earned her LPGA Tour card and has not decided whether or not to return to UCLA women’s golf for the spring season after missing the last three tournaments of fall play. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf ends fall season with subpar first round, later improvements

The Bruins could not overcome a slow start. No. 3 UCLA women’s golf placed eighth at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview with a score of 14-under 890 this week to conclude its fall season. Read more...

Photo: Senior Beth Wu was the lone Bruin to finish inside the top 10 at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview in Kohala, Hawaii, this week. Wu shot a 1-under 218 in the tournament and was the only UCLA women’s golfer to finish under par. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf slips in ranks after recent tournament, look to improve weaknesses

The Bruins have been dethroned. Following a season-worst, ninth-place finish at the Stanford Intercollegiate, No. 6 UCLA women’s golf has fallen from its previous top ranking. Read more...

Photo: Junior Clare Legaspi finished in 45th place at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate, UCLA women’s golf’s first tournament of the year. She has posted back-to-back top-20 finishes since then. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf retains top ranking nearing break in play

Although the Bruins did not attain team success, one player remained on top. Junior Mariel Galdiano finished 8 under par to finish tied for first place, earning her second-straight tournament victory, while No. Read more...

Photo: Junior Mariel Galdiano tied for first place at the Stanford Intercollegiate this weekend. It was her second straight victory of the fall season, but UCLA women’s golf finished tied for ninth place. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Women’s golf aims to keep top rank without top players, while men feature freshman

The top team in the nation will debut a new lineup this week. Coming off a victory at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, No. 1 UCLA women’s golf will compete shorthanded at the Stanford Intercollegiate this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Devon Bling will go to Georgia with UCLA men’s golf to compete in the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational this weekend. Bling started 14 rounds last season. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

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