Led by UCLA's other Wizard of Westwood, the Bruin's softball team continued its assault on No. 100 by taking the first game of their Super Regionals series against South Florida yesterday.
The Bruins opened the tournament as the favorite, and I won't surprise many by saying that my bottom dollar is on the Bruins to take home the title.
Contributing mightily to UCLA's success is pitcher Anjelica Selden, who gave up only five hits and struck out nine in seven innings for the Bruins in their latest win.
After allowing two runs against Missouri State, Selden threw a pair of complete game shutouts against the 49ers and the Aztecs to allow the Bruins to advance to the Super Regionals.
The sophomore pitched every post-season inning for the Bruins last season and is eager to do so again this year.
"(My arm) is healthy, it's strong, and I feel like however many innings Coach needs me to pitch, I'm able to do it," Selden said.
Softball isn't really my bag, baby. But, if it's yours, tune into the Lady Bruin's game today or check here.