The last time collegiate women’s soccer saw back-to-back national champions, Lilly Reale had just turned six.
North Carolina achieved that feat in 2009 and since then, no team has been able to defend its title.
This post was updated Nov. 9 at 7:11 p.m.
No. 1 seed UCLA women’s soccer (16-1-1, 10-0-1 Pac-12) will face UC Irvine (8-7-6, 3-3-4 Big West) in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Counting the number of goals the Bruins have conceded in October so far would take no time at all.
After securing four consecutive shutouts, the Bruins have climbed their way to second in the nation.
For one UCLA center, 2023 is not the year of “The Eras Tour” or the “Barbie” movie.
It is the 400th anniversary of the First Folio, a first-edition copy of William Shakespeare’s plays, which resides in UCLA’s Clark Library, according to Daniel Lowenstein, a professor of law emeritus.
Whether the Los Angeles weather is gloomy, there will be no Sunshine at the Wallis Annenberg Stadium for the first time this season.
Graduate student midfielder/forward Sunshine Fontes sustained an ACL tear in the Bruins’ game against Washington on Sept.
This post was updated Oct. 1 at 9:50 p.m.
With the ball at her feet just outside the box, Lexi Wright pulled her leg back.
Her momentum caused her to slip, but not before launching the ball towards the goal.
The Bruins’ countdown to conference play is nearing zero.
No. 5 UCLA women’s soccer (5-1-0) will face Pepperdine (2-1-5) on Friday night at Wallis Annenberg Stadium, marking the squad’s final home game before the Bruins hit the road for three consecutive games to commence Pac-12 play.
This post was updated Sept. 9 at 12:42 a.m.
As the ball sailed over the Long Beach State goalkeeper and fell into the back of the net, UCLA had its first hat trick of the season.
With less than two minutes left in regulation, the Bruins were tied with the Mustangs.
That was until the referee’s whistle blew across Wallis Annenberg Stadium and graduate student midfielder Sunshine Fontes lined up in the penalty box.
This post was updated Aug. 20 at 9:48 p.m.
In July 2018, Emily Martin filed an official complaint with UCLA’s Title IX office, alleging harassment by a superior.
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