UCLA honors first title team with ceremony, sweep

UCLA honored the first of its 11 title winning teams with a ring ceremony this weekend. But the true tribute came in the Bruins' three game sweep of Arizona and Arizona State, writes Mary Buckheit.

Updated: May 11, 2006, 3:38 PM ET
By Mary Buckheit | Special to ESPN.com

The nation's top-ranked UCLA Bruins hosted an eventful weekend of softball games, ceremonies and celebrations, but still managed to take care of business, picking up three wins in as many days.

Before Saturday's game, UCLA honored the 1978 national championship team, the first of 11 softball title teams to come out of Westwood. Current head coach Sue Enquist was a member of the 1978 championship team and always vowed to recognize them -- the only UCLA softball team that did not receive rings ...

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