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Quest For 101 Continues

Well, as many of you are aware by now our twelfth-ranked women's tennis team upset #5 Northwestern, #4 Florida and beat #1 Stanford for the first time since 1998 (and in the process ended Furd's quest for a 4-peat as NCAA Champions), only to lose to #3 Georgia Tech (in Georgia) in the finals.  This was truly a valiant effort, and an amazing run, by a gutsy group of great Bruin atheletes that made us all very proud . . . but the quest for #101 continues.

After 36 of 72 holes, UCLA's #8-ranked women's golf squad is doing exceptionally well through the first half of the NCAA finals, sitting in second place only 7 holes behind the leader (and I believe the defending champion) #1 Duke.  They had a terrific second round, and with 36 holes remaining it is entirely possible that #101 is within their collective reach.  

Men's golf seeks a similar fate next week . . . and despite what certain "journalists" in the OC think, these championships count.

IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO BE A BRUIN!!!
IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO BE A BRUIN!!!
IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO BE A BRUIN!!!
IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO BE A BRUIN!!!
IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO BE A BRUIN!!!
IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO BE A BRUIN!!!

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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