Here are some highlights from around UCLA athletics from the weekend:
- Men’s tennis won the Pac-12 team championship at the Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament on Saturday with a 4-1 victory over Cal in the final. The Bruins, who also won the regular-season conference title, are on a 15-match winning streak, stretching back to Feb. 14.
— UCLA Men’s Tennis (@uclatennis) April 24, 2016
- Men’s volleyball fell to BYU in the final of the MPSF playoffs in four sets 25-20, 25-19, 18-25, 25-15. Despite the loss, the Bruins earned the No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament and get a bye into the national semifinals, where they will play the winning of a match between Ohio State and George Mason on May 5.
- Catherine Harrison lost in straight sets to Cal’s Maegan Manasse in the final of the Pac-12 singles championship. Harrison was the defending singles champion. Terri Fleming and Alaina Miller won the title for the UCLA women’s tennis team in the doubles invitational bracket.
- Women’s golf finished second at the Pac-12 championships with a 15-under 849, three strokes behind USC. Junior Bronte Law funished second individually at 10-under 206, just one shot behind Arizona State’s Linnea Strom.
- Women’s water polo won a thriller over Stanford on Saturday, beating the Cardinal 9-8 in sudden death. Sophomore Devin Grab got the game-winner on a penalty shot to secure the No. 2 see in next weekend’s MPSF tournament.
- Baseball swept a three-game series against Oregon. The Bruins won 6-3 on Thursday, 4-2 on Friday and finished the sweep with a dominant 13-1 win on Saturday.
- Nicholas Scarvelis recorded a new personal best in the shot put at the Triton Invitational with an Olympic-qualifying throw of 67-feet, 7.5-inches.
- Softball split the first two games of a three-game series with Arizona. The Bruins finish the series Monday at 7 p.m.
- Beach volleyball won two matches Wednesday, beating Loyola Marymount 4-1 and CSUN 5-0.