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Coach Caldwell's girls won their eighth in a row and 12th of 13 to close out the regular season (Photo Credit: Official Site)

Women's Golf

The top-ranked Bruins gave away a four stroke lead in the final round of the Bruin Wave Invitational and finished third in the tournament with a final score of +8. UCLA won't compete again until the 26th.

Women's Gymnastics

It was their best, but it wasn't good enough. #3 UCLA went clear across the country to face off against #5 Georgia and put together their best score of the year, which is also their best since 2004. Even so, the Bulldogs were better and prevailed, 197.900-197.875. Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs scored a perfect 10 on the beam and the team set season highs on the beam and vault.  The Bruins will close the regular season on Senior Day at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday versus #24 Michigan St. and Cal St. Fullerton.

Women's Water Polo

They just can't play a short game. A week after an eight overtime match, #3 UCLA played a six overtime game, but unlike the longer one, the Bruins fell short in the six overtime contest. In Hawaii, the #5 Warriors took down the Bruins, 9-8. #13 UC Irvine and #6 Arizona St. are the opponents for UCLA (12-5, 1-1) this week.

Men's Volleyball

#3 UCLA took a step forward in beating #15 Lewis in three sets, but then took one more step back when they fell at the hands of #12 UC Irvine in four sets. At 10-9 overall and 8-7 in league play, the Bruins will host Ball St. and #11 Loyola.

Women's Tennis

There were only two matches on the docket for the #12 Bruins last week, but as is always the case when the opponent is USC, there was one big one. The Bruins and #12 Trojans were locked in a close one that came down to the final match of the day, where UCLA's Andrew Remynse picked up a huge three-set win to give the Bruins a 4-3 win. The Bruins followed that up with a 7-0 romping of Oregon in Eugene. #9 Baylor and Pepperdine are this week's opponents.

Softball

The #5 Bruins got off to a poor start last week and the rain kicked in just as they were getting things back together. UCLA began the week in Riverside taking on a 5-8 Highlanders team and were upended, 3-2. UCLA then went south to San Diego for a tournament, where they opened against #21 Fresno St. The Bruins fell behind early to the Bulldogs, but rode a three-run fifth inning to come back for a 5-4 win. Things got better in the next game when the Bruins rolled to a 6-0 victory over UTEP before rain killed the rest of the weekend. #20 North Carolina will be at Easton Stadium for the Bruins' (16-4) lone game this week.

Men's Tennis

For the first time since 1991, the #6 Bruins fell to USC at home. It was a lopsided 6-1 contest that went in favor of the #5 Trojans in the only match UCLA played all week. The Bruins will welcome Duke and #14 Baylor to Los Angeles this week.

Men's Golf

#11 UCLA finished in ninth place at the USC Invitational, 26 shots behind the winners, Oregon. Gregor Main's -4 score was good for fifth in the individual competition. The Bruins will compete in the Southern Highlands Collegiate this week.

Women's Basketball

The 25th ranked Bruins showed no signs of having issues dealing with the pressures of being a ranked team, defeating both of the Arizona schools to complete the regular season on a eight game win streak. First, UCLA took down Arizona St., 63-59, then the Wildcats went down, 70-61. The Bruins open the Pac-10 Tournament at 7:15 pm PST at Galen Center.

Men's Track and Field

Nelson Rosario was the only Bruin winner in the opening of the outdoor season, taking the long jump and high jump competitions. In the last chance qualifiers, four Bruins improved upon their marks heading into this weekend's NCAA Indoor Championships.

Women's Track and Field

Two Bruins and the 4x400m relay team improved upon their marks heading into this weekend's NCAA Indoor Championships.

Women's Rowing

In each of the three races versus LMU to open the spring season, the Bruins were victorious. They'll compete against San Diego St. this week.

Calendar (all times pacific)
Tuesday, March 9
Men's Tennis vs. Duke, 1:30 pm- LA Tennis Center
Women's Tennis at Pepperdine, 1:30 pm- Malibu, CA
Baseball vs. UC Riverside, 6:00 pm- Jackie Robinson Stadium
Wednesday, March 10
Women's Tennis vs. Baylor, 1:30 pm- LA Tennis Center
Softball vs. North Carolina, 2:00 pm- Easton Stadium
Men's Volleyball vs. Ball St., 7:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Thursday, March 11
Men's Tennis vs. Baylor, 1:30 pm- LA Tennis Center
Women's Water Polo at UC Irvine, 7:00 pm- Irvine, CA
Women's Swimming, NCAA Zone E Diving Championships, All Day- Austin, TX
Friday, March 12
Baseball vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi, 4:00 pm- Corpus Christi, TX
Men's Volleyball vs. Loyola, 7:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Women's Basketball vs. TBD, 7:15 pm- Los Angeles, CA
Men's and Women's Track, NCAA Indoor Championships, All Day- Fayetteville, AR
Men's Golf, Southern Highlands Collegiate, All Day- Las Vegas, NV
Women's Swimming, NCAA Zone E Diving Championships, All Day- Austin, TX
Saturday, March 13
Women's Water Polo vs. Arizona St., 1:00 pm- Spieker Aquatics Center
Baseball vs. Mississippi St., 3:00 pm- Corpus Christi, TX
Women's Basketball vs. TBD (Pac-10 Semis), 5:00 pm- Los Angeles, CA- TV: FSN
Men's and Women's Track, NCAA Indoor Championships, All Day- Fayetteville, AR
Men's Golf, Southern Highlands Collegiate, All Day- Las Vegas, NV
Women's Swimming, NCAA Zone E Diving Championships, All Day- Austin, TX
Women's Rowing vs. San Diego St., All Day- Marina Del Rey, CA
Sunday, March 14
Baseball vs. Oklahoma, 9:00 am- Corpus Christi, TX
Women's Gymnastics vs. Michigan St./Cal St. Fullerton, 2:00 pm- Pauley Pavilion
Women's Basketball vs. TBD (Pac-10 Final), 3:00 pm- Los Angeles, CA- TV: FSN
Men's Golf, Southern Highlands Collegiate, All Day- Las Vegas, NV

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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