UCLA weekend wrap-up: Men’s tennis advances to Sweet 16

  • Men’s tennis is Sweet 16 bound as the Bruins cruised to two NCAA wins at home. The Bruins swept Weber State 4-0 in the first round, then did the same to San Diego in the second. The team faces Stanford in the Sweet 16 in Tulsa, Okla., at 5 p.m. on Friday.

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UCLA weekend wrap-up: Softball sweeps Arizona State

Here are weekend highlights from the UCLA athletics programs

  • Softball swept Arizona State at home, winning the first two games via walk-off home runs. Mysha Sataraka sealed an 8-6 win on Friday with a three-run homer, then Gabrielle Maurice hit another three-run shot to finish a comeback 6-5 win on Saturday. Madeline Jelenicki led the Bruins on Sunday with two home runs and five RBIs in a 9-4 victory.

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UCLA weekend wrap up: men’s tennis wins Pac-12 team tournament

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.


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UCLA weekend wrap up: Women’s golf wins PING/ASU Invitational

Here are some highlights from around UCLA athletics from the weekend:

  • Women’s golf, the top-ranked team in the nation, won the PING/ASU Invitational by six strokes. It was the team’s third straight victory in a stroke-play event. Junior Bronte Law, the nation’s top college player according to Golfweek, took the individual title with a 12-under 204, a tournament record.

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Olympic hopefuls

Here are the UCLA athletes going to the U.S. Olympic Trials for track and field in Eugene, Ore. The Trials begin June 27.

Tori Anthony (pole vault)
Ingrid Kantola (pole vault)
Nicole Leach (400m hurdles)
Krishna Curry (800m)
Greg Garza (discus)
Boldizsar Kocsor (hammer)
Kevin Craddock was expected to compete in the 110-meter hurdles, but after injuring his groin at NCAAs, he might not make it to Trials.
Freshman Cory Primm is still on the fence about competing in the 800.

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