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What’s Bruin: UCLA Women’s Golf Trails By a Stroke at NCAA Regionals

Plus, we have women’s tennis, beach volleyball, and baseball news.

The UCLA Women’s Golf team finished the second day at the NCAA San Francisco Regional in third place a stroke behind Kent State and Stanford.

What’s Bruin this Wednesday morning?

UCLA Women’s Golf

After two round at the NCAA San Francisco Regional, the UCLA Women’s Golf team trails Stanford and Kent State by just one stroke. Stanford shot 287 both days while Kent State shot 284 Monday and 290 yesterday, putting the pair in a tie for first with 574. The Bruins shot 280 Monday but 295 yesterday, giving them a total of 575.

UCLA is six strokes ahead of seventh place Louisville and North Carolina. The top six teams will advance to the NCAA Championships.

UCLA Women’s Tennis

Five Bruins earned All-Pac-12 honors. Ena Shibahara was named Pac-12 Singles Player of the Year and was also an All-Pac-12 First Team selection. The other Bruins honored were Jada Hart, who was chosen to the second team, and Abi Altick, Terri Fleming, and Alaina Miller each of whom was an honorable mention selection.

UCLA Beach Volleyball

When you lead your team to a national championship, you will probably earn the UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week award, which explains why Megan and Nicole McNamara have received the honor for the week of April 30-May 6th.

UCLA Baseball

The Bruins managed to get eight hits last night when UCLA took on Long Beach State, but they could only get one run across as the Bruins fell to the Dirtbags, 5-1.

And, that’s What’s Bruin this Wednesday morning.

Go Bruins!