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Women's Golf

Fresh off their NCAA Central Regional win two weeks ago, the #2 Bruins will compete in the NCAA Championships this Tuesday-Friday in Columbus, Ohio. Maria Jose Uribe won the individual crown at the Central Regional is the Bruins' favorite in the NCAA Individual competition.

Softball

Second-seeded UCLA didn't strain themselves too much last weekend in winning their regional to advance to the Super Regionals. The regional, hosted by the Bruins at Easton Stadium, began with a 4-2 win over Long Beach St. as Megan Langenfeld threw a complete game with seven strikeouts and even had the go-ahead RBI. In the Bruins' second game of the regional, Kaila Shull broke a 2-2 tie when she roped a double that scored two in UCLA's 4-2 win over Fresno St. The Bruins had to play Fresno St. again to advance to the Super Regionals, but the Bulldogs didn't provide much resistance despite a quick start by FSU. Fresno got three runs in the first, but the Bruins got seven in the second and pounded out 12 hits in the game to beat the Bulldogs, 9-5.

The Bruins will now take on Missouri for the right to play in the Women's College World Series. The Super Regional will be hosted by UCLA with game one taking place at 6:30 pm PDT on Saturday, game two at 12:30 pm PDT on Sunday with game three, if necessary, to follow 30 minutes after the conclusion of game two. All three games will be broadcast live on ESPNU.

Men's Tennis

The seventh-seeded Bruins cruised past Miami, 4-1, in the Round of 16 and upset #2 Mississippi, 4-3, in the Quarterfinals to advance to the Semifinals of the NCAA Championships. The Bruins NCAA Tournament run came to an end today though with a heart breaking 4-3 loss to Ohio St. The Buckeyes and Bruins played to a draw through six points and the deciding point of the match went to a third set, where Ohio St. won 6-4 with a break at 4-4 and hold at 5-4.

Women's Tennis

While the men had no issue dispatching Miami, the #11 women's team were ousted by the Hurricanes, ranked #6. The defending national champion Bruins were bounced by Miami, 4-2, in the Round of 16.

Men's Golf

The #19 Bruins went to Bowling Green, Kentucky and came away with the NCAA Central Regional title. UCLA played the final two rounds in five under to make up a ten stroke deficit. The win sends the Bruins to their seventh consecutive NCAA Championships, which will be played in two weeks in Toledo, Ohio.

Women's Track and Field

The highlight of the Bruins' visit to Eugene, Oregon for the Pac-10 Championships was certainly their win in the 4x400m relay. The team as a whole finished fifth for the weekend. Nicole Leach (400m) and Krishna Curry (800m) were the Bruins' top individual performers, each finishing second. UCLA's next meet, the NCAA West Regionals, is in two weeks, right back in Eugene.

Men's Track and Field

Like the women, the UCLA men went to Eugene, OR for the Pac-10 Championships and came away with a relay title. The 4x100m team captured the Pac-10 title for the first time since 1998, edging out USC at the end. The team as a whole finished fifth and will be back in Eugene in two weeks for the NCAA West Regionals.

Calendar (all times pacific)
Tuesday, May 19
Baseball at UC Irvine, 6:00 pm- Irvine, CA
Women's Golf, NCAA Championships, All Day- Owings Mills, MD
Wednesday, May 20
Women's Golf, NCAA Championships, All Day- Owings Mills, MD
Thursday, May 21
Women's Golf, NCAA Championships, All Day- Owings Mills, MD
Friday, May 22
Baseball at Arizona St., 6:30 pm- Tempe, AZ
Women's Golf, NCAA Championships, All Day- Owings Mills, MD
Saturday, May 23
Baseball at Arizona St., 6:30 pm- Tempe, AZ
Softball vs. Missouri (Super Regionals), 6:30 pm- Easton Stadium: TV: ESPNU
Sunday, May 24
Softball vs. Missouri (Super Regionals), 12:30 pm- Easton Stadium: TV: ESPNU
Baseball at Arizona St., 1:00 pm- Tempe, AZ
Softball vs. Missouri (Super Regionals, if necessary), 2:30 pm- Easton Stadium: TV: ESPNU

Ticket information for all sports can be found here while facility information and directions for all sports can be found here. GO BRUINS!!!

<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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