Saturday, November 17


Redshirt junior goalkeeper Brian Rowe is now a starter for the UCLA men's soccer team and has already made an impact both on and off the field. Rowe takes over for Brian Perk, who was a three-year starter at UCLA.

Rowe steps into big shoes as new starter

Losing eight players would be difficult to overcome for any team, but when one of those players was the starting goalkeeper for three years, the task of filling his position becomes even more crucial. Read more...

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Redshirt junior goalkeeper Brian Rowe is now a starter for the UCLA men's soccer team and has already made an impact both on and off the field. Rowe takes over for Brian Perk, who was a three-year starter at UCLA.

Redshirt junior goalkeeper Brian Rowe is now a starter for the UCLA men's soccer team and has already made an impact both on and off the field. Rowe takes over for Brian Perk, who was a three-year starter at UCLA.


From left, Victor Chavez, Reed Williams, Earl Edwards, Zack Foxhoven and Kelyn Rowe are part of the country's top 2010 recruiting class. The UCLA men's soccer team lost eight regulars from last season, five of whom are now playing professionally in the MLS, but a freshman class headlined by Edwards, the  nation's No. 1 recruit, promises to put the Bruins back in title contention.

New men’s soccer recruits to fill big shoes

There comes a time in every collegiate sport when the old guard steps down, when the players who have been there before can no longer offer their services, when the ones who have grown together for three or four years have to call it quits. Read more...

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From left, Victor Chavez, Reed Williams, Earl Edwards, Zack Foxhoven and Kelyn Rowe are part of the country's top 2010 recruiting class. The UCLA men's soccer team lost eight regulars from last season, five of whom are now playing professionally in the MLS, but a freshman class headlined by Edwards, the nation's No. 1 recruit, promises to put the Bruins back in title contention.

From left, Victor Chavez, Reed Williams, Earl Edwards, Zack Foxhoven and Kelyn Rowe are part of the country's top 2010 recruiting class. The UCLA men's soccer team lost eight regulars from last season, five of whom are now playing professionally in the MLS, but a freshman class headlined by Edwards, the  nation's No. 1 recruit, promises to put the Bruins back in title contention.





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