Coming off a 13-over 229 at the Ping/ASU Invitational in UCLA women’s golf’s last tournament, sophomore Yuki Yoshihara will again feature for the Bruins at the Silverado Showdown beginning Monday. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)
The clock is ticking for the Bruins.
UCLA women’s golf’s season is quickly coming to a close, and with only two weeks left in the regular season, the Bruins’ next test is the Silverado Showdown in Napa, California.
The Bruins hit a new low Sunday.
UCLA women’s golf shot an 18-over 882 at the Ping/ASU Invitational and finished in 11th place. The Bruins were 20 shots back of Pac-12 rivals Arizona State and Oregon at the top of the leaderboard, marking their worst finish of the season and worst placement since 2019.
The Bruins carded their worst performance of the year despite two top-12 individual performances.
UCLA women’s golf logged a sixth-place finish at the Bruin Wave Invitational, finishing outside of the top five for the first time this season.
The Bruins will make a switch to their starting lineup for the first time this season.
UCLA women’s golf is set to cohost the Bruin Wave Invitational with Pepperdine starting Monday.
The Bruins are traveling back to where they began the season with the chance to improve upon their first two results.
UCLA women’s golf will play at the Sun Devil Winter Classic in Scottsdale, Arizona.
While this tournament had its differences from the Bruins’ first tournament, there was one thing that remained the same.
UCLA women’s golf finished in a share for second place once again at the Lamkin Invitational at The Farms Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe, California.
The Bruins began their challenge-riddled season with some nature-caused difficulties.
UCLA women’s golf finished second in a three-team pool in The Match in the Desert at the Superstition Mountain Golf Club in Gold Canyon, Arizona.
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