A couple of out-of-towners

From Omaha, Scott Rose brings you a great gamer of the Bruins’ 4-0 loss to Arizona in the College World Series, where Konner Wade simply dominated the UCLA lineup in a complete game shutout: UCLA baseball

From San Francisco, Jill Painter with the news that UCLA golfer Patrick Cantlay is considering a jump to the professional ranks after another successful major outing, this time finishing 2-over-par at the US Open on Sunday: UCLA golf

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  • doubletroublebruin

    Cantlay didn’t finish 2 over at the US Open. He was 2 over on Sunday and 11 over for the tournament.

  • sigh

    Yet again, a post 3 days later offering no new information or substance, I hate to sound like a downer, but if you make a few contacts they could easily just give you some info on activities our athletes are doing. How’s Strength and conditioning, is anyone gaining weight? Is anyone losing it?

    Do we have any offers out to athletes, any potentials?


    Not one comment on the baseball game yesterday. Football is No. 1, 2 and 3, and then there is basketball at No. 4, and baseball at No. 5

    And as I suspected, most teams run into trouble with a strong pitcher aiming at them. It is hard to win a national championship when only one guy can stop you cold on any given day.

  • spedjones

    this blog is freakin horrible. Really. Horrible.

  • Jon Gold

    Don’t blame me. There haven’t been any athletic dept press releases this week for me to copy and paste.

    But stay tuned for fall camp when I unveil who’s going to be this year’s ‘beasts’ on offense and defense.


    Come on, kiddo, do you have to steal my ‘BE REAL’ moniker?

    And it is the dog days of sports news when there are at least 6-weeks before football camp opens. So what do you want to talk about ucla-wise, how the football team is progressing with its weight-gaining program?


    Boom, boom– 2 great pitchers shut you down, and your great season ends in abject disappointment

    This only proves how difficult it is to win a college national championship. Florida State, despite being in the tournament some 15 or more times has never won.

    How did SC win 12 titles?

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