Bruins reach NCAA semis in women's tennis

The top-seeded UCLA women's tennis team defeated California, 4-1, in an NCAA quarterfinal Saturday at the University of Georgia, setting up a rematch with No. 5 USC Monday in the semifinals.

Cal and USC were the only teams to defeat UCLA (25-2) this season, though UCLA has won two of the three meetings with USC this season.

The Bruins secured the doubles point when the teams of McCall Jones-Carling Seguso and Courtney Dolehide-Pamela Montez posted 8-4 victories. Skylar Morton, Montez and Seguso then posted straight-sets victories in singles to clinch the match.

Full results are available here.

It is the second consecutive season the Bruins have reached the NCAA semifinals. Last year, they lost to eventual national champion Florida.