Monday, September 23



In its NCAA tournament run, UCLA overcame the last two national champions, the No. 1 overall seed and the ACC champion, Florida State University.  It was a run coach Amanda Cromwell called “one of the best runs ever.”

New UCLA women’s soccer coach brought changes for the better

In the UCLA women’s soccer program’s most successful season, change was everything. And it all started at the head. Following the departure of former coach B.J. Read more...

Photo: In its NCAA tournament run, UCLA overcame the last two national champions, the No. 1 overall seed and the ACC champion, Florida State University. It was a run coach Amanda Cromwell called “one of the best runs ever.”

In its NCAA tournament run, UCLA overcame the last two national champions, the No. 1 overall seed and the ACC champion, Florida State University.  It was a run coach Amanda Cromwell called “one of the best runs ever.”

Sophomore forward Taylor Smith scored the golden goal in double overtime to send UCLA to the College Cup.Photo credit: Erin Ng.

No. 2-seeded UCLA women’s soccer advances past UNC to Final Four

There’s going to be a different NCAA women’s soccer champion this year. For the first time in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, UCLA’s women’s soccer team had to claim a victory outside of Drake Stadium, and in the process, knocked out the defending champion, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Tar Heels. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore forward Taylor Smith scored the golden goal in double overtime to send UCLA to the College Cup.Photo credit: Erin Ng.

Sophomore forward Taylor Smith scored the golden goal in double overtime to send UCLA to the College Cup.Photo credit: Erin Ng.


This season, the UCLA women’s soccer team is looking to bring home the program’s first NCAA title. The Bruins are led by their junior class, which was widely considered the No. 1-ranked recruiting class in 2011. Clockwise from top left: Katelyn Rowland, Kylie McCarthy, Caprice Dydasco, Abby Dahlkemper, Rosie White, Courtney Proctor, Ally Courtnall, Sam Mewis, Megan Oyster and Sarah Killion.

Juniors aim for women’s soccer’s first NCAA title, UCLA’s 110th championship

Two years ago, 11 women made history together. UCLA’s women’s soccer’s 2011 recruiting class is widely considered the most talented and deepest in school history, as well as one of the best in the nation in its year. Read more...

Photo: This season, the UCLA women’s soccer team is looking to bring home the program’s first NCAA title. The Bruins are led by their junior class, which was widely considered the No. 1-ranked recruiting class in 2011. Clockwise from top left: Katelyn Rowland, Kylie McCarthy, Caprice Dydasco, Abby Dahlkemper, Rosie White, Courtney Proctor, Ally Courtnall, Sam Mewis, Megan Oyster and Sarah Killion.

This season, the UCLA women’s soccer team is looking to bring home the program’s first NCAA title. The Bruins are led by their junior class, which was widely considered the No. 1-ranked recruiting class in 2011. Clockwise from top left: Katelyn Rowland, Kylie McCarthy, Caprice Dydasco, Abby Dahlkemper, Rosie White, Courtney Proctor, Ally Courtnall, Sam Mewis, Megan Oyster and Sarah Killion.



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