UCLA weekend wrap up: Women’s golf qualifies for NCAA final

Here are some highlights for the UCLA sports teams from the past week:

  • Women’s golf advanced to the NCAA final on Saturday, while Bronte Law tied for first place individually at the regional.
  • Beach volleyball finished as the third team in the nation, losing to Florida State in the final of the consolation bracket at the NCAA championships on Sunday. USC took the inaugural beach volleyball national championship with a 3-1 win over the Seminoles.
  • Softball dominated a rain-shortened series with Utah, winning Game 1 15-7 in five innings and winning Game 2 8-0 in six innings before Sunday’s finale was rained out. With a bye next week, the Bruins finish the regular season at 35-13-1 (16-5-1 Pac-12) and await their postseason destination, which will be announced May 15 in the NCAA Selection Show.
  • Baseball shook off a Friday loss to UC Irvine to win a three-game series against the Anteaters. The Bruins won 4-1 on Saturday and 5-1 on Sunday to clinch the series. UCLA had a midweek game against Long Beach State on Tuesday and won 11-10.