Softball Season: Yet Another Great Year For UCLA’s Softball Team
Learn about this year’s softball season, under the wing of the Women’s College World Series or WCWS, the UCLA Bruins softball team fought hard as they maneuvered their way the top, however sadly, they were not able to win, continue to read more about the details below.
Find out about the highlights of the season and its downfalls, check it out below!
Comeback after comeback, this season The Bruins softball team proved that no matter what happens there is still room for improvement as well as there is still a chance to win the game. The Bruins did not back down even if the team has a behind a couple times they decided to rise above the circumstances, their perseverance was the driving force that leads them to a third-place WCWS finish.
It only goes to show that determination is the key matched with the power to endure all obstacles is an asset every team should possess as this will propel them to the victory they desired.
Rachel Garcia was back and she was on fire, dominating the games by being a hitter and a pitcher, she also garnered quite a few awards for her exemplary performance this includes being ESPNW Nation Player of the Year. She helped in belting The Bruins record of 29-4 this year was incredible and an even astounding fact is that Garcia is only a sophomore. Her incredible performance is a proof that she deserves her titles, the crowd will be seeing so much more from this MVP in the coming seasons.
There are quite a few problems in along the games wherein The Bruins MVP Rachel Garcia step out in the early earnings leading the UCLA to its final loss, they are still able to reach third place.
It might not have been smooth sailing but of course nothing worth it comes easy and because of Rachel Garcia’s outstanding skills and Kelly Inouye-Perez’s exemplary leadership, The Bruins were able to place, it is a clear sign that there will be a great future ahead of this team.
Unfortunately, seniors have to leave and there is no denying the softball fans will miss them, this includes Selina Ta’amillo and Johanna Grauer both amazing pitchers whos pitches concluded the games, surely they would be missed. However, if one leaves a position is open for replacement-who knows what new talent will The Bruins bring to the games next year.
It may be the end of the season but it is not the end of The Bruins as they will come back stronger than ever before next year, there would be a lot more fresh new talents to recruit and quite a few more tricks up their sleeves but one thing is for sure next year’s games would be something to look forward to.