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The win clinched at least a share of the Pac-12 title for the Bruins. Today, they will try to win it outright.
In a hard fought battle, UCLA was unable to hang on to bring home the win.
As the regular season comes to a close, the UCLA softball team will host conference rival Arizona in their last home series before regionals.
The Bruins got back to their winning ways with a 7-4 win over the Cardinal yesterday.
After a close 2-1 loss to the Cardinal, UCLA hopes to bounce back in game two this afternoon.
After outscoring Utah 22-1, UCLA will most likely show no mercy to Stanford to keep their eight-game win streak alive.
After wrapping up game two in five innings, the UCLA softball team looks to break out their brooms when they play the Utah Utes this afternoon.
After outscoring the Beavers 25-3, the Bruins will host the Utes in a three-game series.
UCLA took a 10-1 lead in the first 2 1⁄2 innings of last night’s game against Oregon State. Then, the rain got harder and forced the game to be suspended.
The Bruins fell behind 1-0 early, but scored eight runs in the final three innings for the win.
The Bruins won Sunday’s game against the Ducks to win last weekend’s series, but UCLA still fell in this week’s polls.
Rachel Garcia won her 16th game of the season last night.
The Bruins will look to get back on track tonight against Oregon.
After scoring 35 runs against Arizona State, UCLA will look to keep their 19-game win streak alive when they host the Oregon Ducks.
The Bruins scored five runs on two home runs in the sixth inning to use the mercy rule to shorten yesterday’s game and shut out Arizona State.
The Bruin bashers were back again in the desert last night when UCLA defeated Arizona State, 10-0, in just five innings.
On Sunday, Megan Faraimo threw a one-hit shutout against UC Berkeley.
The Bruins look to break out their brooms again today.
The Bruins needed an extra inning last night to get past the UC Berkeley Golden Bears, 3-2. Tonight, they look for the series’ win.
The Bruins will host the UC Berkeley Bears at 5 pm PT today.
Tonight’s game marks the end of non-conference play as the Bruins look to keep their win streak alive.
The Bruins extended their winning streak to 11 straight with mercy rule wins over the Gaels and the Matadors yesterday.
The Bruins broke out their brooms in a big way last Sunday when they used a mercy rule shortened game to sweep the Washington Huskies.
It took the Bruins extra innings, but they beat Washington again yesterday.
After winning last night’s game, the Bruins will look for the series win against Washington this afternoon.
The Bruins won both of their games last Sunday and have now won six straight, while the Huskies have won the last seven games. Something’s got to give tonight in Seattle.
Inouye-Perez’s penchant for bad strategy makes a rare early season appearance against the Liberty Flames.
The #2 Bruins used an eight-run fourth inning to shorten last night’s game against Robert Morris.
After shutting out the UConn Huskies in the final game of the Judi Garman Classic, the Bruins head home to co-host the UCLA/Long Beach State Invitational.
The #2 Bruins beat #3 Florida again, but lost their first game of the season against Michigan in game two. Today, UCLA faces the Huskies.