No. 2 seed UCLA women's soccer and No. 1 seed Stanford walk onto the field ahead of the second semifinal of the NCAA 2019 Division I Women’s College Cup in Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California.
Redshirt senior forward Chloe Castaneda celebrates with her teammates after scoring UCLA’s first and only goal of the night in the seventh minute.
Castaneda attempts to dribble past the Stanford back line but is tackled by defender Sam Hiatt.
Cardinal defender Naomi Girma stops redshirt senior forward/midfielder Anika Rodriguez from dribbling into Stanford’s penalty box.
UCLA senior defender Kaiya McCullough protests a foul called against her.
Stanford forward Sophia Smith celebrates with goalkeeper Katie Meyer after scoring her second goal of the night, putting Stanford up 3-1 at the half.
Senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah called the Bruins into a huddle after conceding a third goal to the Cardinal.
Junior defender Delanie Sheehan consoles freshman forward Mia Fishel after the latter was fouled inside the box in the final minutes of the first half.
Fishel strikes a penalty kick toward the bottom right corner, but Meyer made a diving save to keep the Cardinal’s two-goal lead.
Meyer stands over Fishel after blocking the UCLA forward’s penalty shot.
Junior forward Ashley Sanchez beats Stanford defender Kennedy Wesley on the dribble.
Sheehan attempts to get around Stanford defender Kiki Pickett while making a run towards goal in the second half.
Senior midfielder Jessie Fleming wrestles Stanford midfielder/forward Beattie Goad for possession.
Micah jumps up and catches the ball before Stanford defender Sierra Enge can head it in to UCLA’s goal.
Junior forward Kennedy Faulknor fights for possession against Girma.
Junior defender Karina Rodriguez prepares to cross the ball into the box late in the second half.
Junior defender Lucy Parker and Goad clash just inches away from the sideline.
Senior defender Sunny Dunphy finds space in the attacking third and fires a shot.
Coach Amanda Cromwell consoles Parker after UCLA falls 4-1 to Stanford, ending the Bruins’ season.
Stanford poses for a group photo at the end of the game. The Cardinal will face No. 2 seed UNC in the championship game Sunday at 5:30 p.m.