Sunday, February 17

Sophomore defender Brandon Terwege has started every game for UCLA men’s soccer this season, helping his team record three clean sheets. He has had one shot on goal in 789 minutes played this season. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

Stanford men’s soccer reigns in Pac-12, but UCLA hopeful approaching home games

After the first week of conference play, the Pac-12 standings have already taken a familiar shape – everybody is looking up at Stanford. UCLA men’s soccer (5-4, 1-1) split its first two conference games with a 2-1 win at California (5-3-2, 1-1) on Thursday and a 3-0 loss at Stanford (5-1-3, 2-0) on Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore defender Brandon Terwege has started every game for UCLA men’s soccer this season, helping his team record three clean sheets. He has had one shot on goal in 789 minutes played this season. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore defender Brandon Terwege has started every game for UCLA men’s soccer this season, helping his team record three clean sheets. He has had one shot on goal in 789 minutes played this season. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

The Bruins' defense allowed three goals in a 28-minute stretch in the second half Sunday night. UCLA's offense was only able to record one shot on goal – a header off the crossbar by redshirt junior defender Matthew Powell in the 41st minute. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Stanford sweeps UCLA men’s soccer in Bruins’ second Pac-12 game of season

UCLA men’s soccer has not won a game against Stanford since 2013. That streak was extended Sunday. The Bruins (5-4, 1-1) fell to the Cardinal (5-1-3, 2-0) 3-0 at Stanford, unable to build on their momentum from Thursday’s win over California to start Pac-12 play. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins' defense allowed three goals in a 28-minute stretch in the second half Sunday night. UCLA's offense was only able to record one shot on goal – a header off the crossbar by redshirt junior defender Matthew Powell in the 41st minute. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The Bruins' defense allowed three goals in a 28-minute stretch in the second half Sunday night. UCLA's offense was only able to record one shot on goal – a header off the crossbar by redshirt junior defender Matthew Powell in the 41st minute. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Sophomore forward Milan Iloski returned to UCLA men's soccer last week against UC Santa Barbara. When UCLA took on California on Thursday night, Iloski scored the game-winning goal in the 68th minute. (Daily Bruin file photo)

After dual losses, victory over Cal puts men’s soccer back on the right foot

The Bruins may be just one game into the conference schedule, but they currently sit atop the Pac-12 standings. UCLA men’s soccer (5-3-0, 1-0-0) went on the road and took down California (4-3-2, 0-1-0) 2-1 on Thursday afternoon. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore forward Milan Iloski returned to UCLA men's soccer last week against UC Santa Barbara. When UCLA took on California on Thursday night, Iloski scored the game-winning goal in the 68th minute. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Sophomore forward Milan Iloski returned to UCLA men's soccer last week against UC Santa Barbara. When UCLA took on California on Thursday night, Iloski scored the game-winning goal in the 68th minute. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Freshman midfielder Matt Hundley leads the Bruins in points, with nine. Hundley has recorded three goals and three assists in seven games started. He said he views the start of conference play as a new set of games for the Bruins, after losses in nonconference play. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Men’s soccer views start of conference play as clean slate for season

The Bruins will face off against their first two Pac-12 opponents this week, after ending nonconference play on a skid. Fresh off consecutive losses to unranked teams CSUN and UC Santa Barbara, UCLA men’s soccer (4-3) will travel to the Bay Area to face California on Thursday, followed by Stanford on Sunday to kick off conference play. Read more...

Photo: Freshman midfielder Matt Hundley leads the Bruins in points, with nine. Hundley has recorded three goals and three assists in seven games started. He said he views the start of conference play as a new set of games for the Bruins, after losses in nonconference play. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Freshman midfielder Matt Hundley leads the Bruins in points, with nine. Hundley has recorded three goals and three assists in seven games started. He said he views the start of conference play as a new set of games for the Bruins, after losses in nonconference play. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The Bruins allowed three goals Saturday night against UCSB, the most goals they have allowed all season. All three scores came between the 16 and 23rd minute marks. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Bruins lose momentum with double loss, overpowered by Gauchos

Coming off their worst season in 69 years, the Bruins were on pace to bounce back in 2018. But back-to-back upset losses have stopped them fresh in their tracks. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins allowed three goals Saturday night against UCSB, the most goals they have allowed all season. All three scores came between the 16 and 23rd minute marks. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The Bruins allowed three goals Saturday night against UCSB, the most goals they have allowed all season. All three scores came between the 16 and 23rd minute marks. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA men's soccer started the season outside of the top 25, and has jumped in and out of the rankings over the past four weeks. Coach Jorge Salcedo's Bruins are now No. 23 in the country, led by junior transfer Mohammed Kamara and his team-high four goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Inconsistency reigns as men’s soccer flies, falls through rankings

As the Bruins approach conference play, their season has been a roller coaster ride through the rankings. No. 23 UCLA men’s soccer (4-2) opened the preseason outside of the United Soccer Coaches’ top 25. Read more...

Photo: UCLA men's soccer started the season outside of the top 25, and has jumped in and out of the rankings over the past four weeks. Coach Jorge Salcedo's Bruins are now No. 23 in the country, led by junior transfer Mohammed Kamara and his team-high four goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA men's soccer started the season outside of the top 25, and has jumped in and out of the rankings over the past four weeks. Coach Jorge Salcedo's Bruins are now No. 23 in the country, led by junior transfer Mohammed Kamara and his team-high four goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Junior forward Mohammed Kamara led the Bruins in scoring this season with four goals in his first six games played. He led the Bruins with 24 shots on a 0.625 shot-on-goal percentage. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Mohammed Kamara dribbles around the world before scoring a home with UCLA soccer

Keka stretches on the side of the field and slips off his cleats after morning practice in the California sun. It’s been a long way here. Read more...

Photo: Junior forward Mohammed Kamara led the Bruins in scoring this season with four goals in his first six games played. He led the Bruins with 24 shots on a 0.625 shot-on-goal percentage. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior forward Mohammed Kamara led the Bruins in scoring this season with four goals in his first six games played. He led the Bruins with 24 shots on a 0.625 shot-on-goal percentage. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)


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