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Senior forward Rosie White scored UCLA's first goal through a penalty that resulted from Wake Forest's rough style of play. White was on the receiving end of several hard challenges herself, including one that earned her opponent a yellow card. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Scott Chandler watched through the viewfinder of his Nikon as the UCLA women’s team conceded its first goal of the season. The UCLA Athletics photographer and physiological sciences professor’s reaction painted a picture of the magnitude of that one goal: “It’s been a while since that’s happened,” he said. More »

UCLA women's soccer is looking to make history this season by becoming the second program to win back-to-back championships in all 32 years of NCAA division I women's soccer history. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jan. 25, 2014 – that was the day the challenge was issued. “One in nine” was the phrase former Bruin goalkeeper Alana Munger used in her farewell speech at the UCLA women’s soccer team banquet to describe the team now that it was in the company of eight other programs that have won a national championship since women’s soccer became a Division I sport in 1982. More »

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