411 on the Forty: No. 3 Texas softball knocks off top-ranked UCLA

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Third baseman Mary Iakopo's first home run of the season, in the eighth inning, proved to be the game-winner as the No. 3 Texas softball team upset the top-ranked UCLA Bruins Thursday in Los Angeles (photo courtesy of texassports.com).

By Riley Zayas 

Softball knocks off No. 1 UCLA
Mary Iokopo, Lauren Burke and Taylor Ellsworth each hit home runs and pitcher Miranda Elish allowed three runs over eight innings to help the No. 3 Texas softball team knock off top-ranked UCLA, 3-2, Thursday night in Los Angeles.

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After spotting the Bruins a 1-0 lead in the bottomng of the first inning, tied and then passed UCLA in the second on an RBI single by left fielder Reagan Hathaway and an RBI sacrifice fly by second baseman Janae Jefferson.

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