The UCLA Bruins women’s softball team is making headlines because the players were shown sporting Fiwb written in Fiwb at the top of their heads as well as uniforms during their match against Northwestern in the current World Series, and fans are eager to know what the significance behind Fiwb.
UCLA Softball Beats Northwestern at the Women’s College World Series. The Bruins star hit only one home hit to seal with a win and remain alive after breaking out of an impasse with a crucial strikeout.
The No. five seeded Bruins defeated the No. 9, Northwestern 6-1, in the women’s College World Series elimination game at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium on Friday, keeping their season going.
In an elimination game , on Sunday afternoon at 12:00 PST, UCLA will meet the winner of Saturday’s match between No. seventh seed Oklahoma State and No. 14 seed Florida.
A UCLA Softball women’s team were spotted sporting The words Fiwb across their capes as well as uniforms. Fiwb is a slang term which translates to “F’it it we play”. The word was seen even on visors and the dugouts that belonged to UCLA Bruins. UCLA Bruins softball women’s team.
Fans were shocked by the use of slang on the hats as well as in the cup. One UCLA football player is seen placing the cup bearing its initials Fiwb over her forehead.
The UCLA’s pitcher was wearing a slang inscription on her visor as well. The Bruins beat their opponents the Wildcats in order to ensure their winning streak is alive in the eve of the World Series.
The origins of the expression “Fiwb” in the UCLA women’s softball team is not divulged to the general public. The players are all ready for the challenge therefore there must be some significance behind it.
At the moment, there’s no specific details on the meaning of the slang. The Wildcats (45-13 19-4 Big Ten) postseason run ended on Friday, as they lost out on the Women’s College World Series by the No. 5 UCLA (49-9, 19-5 Pac-12).