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Gallery: UCLA women’s soccer narrowly defeats USC 3-2 in overtime

By Alice Naland

Nov. 3, 2018 6:04 p.m.

Sophomore midfielder Olivia Athens blocks a pass during the first half of UCLA's final regular season game against USC.

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Young fans cheer as USC gets on the scoreboard first with a goal in the 36th minute.

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Trojans swarm redshirt junior midfielder Chloe Castaneda as she looks to dribble in their defensive half.

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Sophomore midfielder Delanie Sheehan cuts past a defender down the goal line to cross into USC's box.

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Sheehan tied her season-high of 105 minutes and played both full-back and right midfield against the Trojans.

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Senior Hailie Mace switched from left back to forward in the second half to increase the Bruins' scoring opportunities. Mace answered USC's second goal six seconds later to push the game into overtime.

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USC goalkeeper Kaylie Collins punches a cross away from the head of UCLA sophomore defender Karina Rodriguez.

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Sophomore forward Ashley Sanchez dribbles inside USC's box. Sanchez assisted Mace's game-tying goal in the dying minutes of regulation.

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USC defender Julia Bingham slide-tackles Athens to avoid a drive to goal.

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Junior defender Sunny Dunphy strips an opponent of the ball in Bruin territory. USC was granted a penalty kick early in the second half for a UCLA foul inside the box. However, the Trojans failed to convert it.

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Athens scores off a chip from junior midfielder Jessie Fleming late into double overtime to seal the win for UCLA.

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Teammates rush to embrace Athens after her header in the 105th minute of play. Additional goals during regulation from senior forwards Julia Hernandez and Hailie Mace kept the Bruins in the game.

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The Bruins celebrate victory over their crosstown rival. After securing second place in the Pac-12, UCLA will continue on to the NCAA playoffs in a campaign to win the title.

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