Monday, September 23

Junior center back Lucy Parker was named an All-American with the Tigers in 2018 after starting all 24 games, helping LSU to 10 shutouts and notching three goals – two of which were game-winners over then-No. 8 South Carolina and Boston University – to send the Tigers to the NCAA second round. (Niveda Tenney/Assistant Photo editor, Jessica Lam/Daily Bruin staff)
Junior center back Lucy Parker was named an All-American with the Tigers in 2018 after starting all 24 games, helping LSU to 10 shutouts and notching three goals – two of which were game-winners over then-No. 8 South Carolina and Boston University – to send the Tigers to the NCAA second round. (Niveda Tenney/Assistant Photo editor, Jessica Lam/Daily Bruin staff)

Senior defender Kaiya McCullough has started every game for No. 2 UCLA women's soccer this season. Against Santa Clara, McCullough committed a foul in the box, which awarded the Broncos a penalty kick, but Santa Clara missed the net high. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Senior defender Kaiya McCullough has started every game for No. 2 UCLA women's soccer this season. Against Santa Clara, McCullough committed a foul in the box, which awarded the Broncos a penalty kick, but Santa Clara missed the net high. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah posted her 50th career win and third consecutive shutout of the season for No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer in its game against Florida on Sunday. Micah logged three saves in the match, including one stop on a Gator breakaway. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah posted her 50th career win and third consecutive shutout of the season for No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer in its game against Florida on Sunday. Micah logged three saves in the match, including one stop on a Gator breakaway. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Senior midfielder Jessie Fleming notched both goals for No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer in the first half. Fleming was away on national team duty when the Bruins fell to the Seminoles 4-1 in September. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Senior midfielder Jessie Fleming notched both goals for No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer in the first half. Fleming was away on national team duty when the Bruins fell to the Seminoles 4-1 in September. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman midfielder/forward Mia Fishel scored a goal in each of No. 4 UCLA women's soccer's games this weekend. Fishel also notched two goals in four games at the World University Games in July and one in the Bruins' exhibition series. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)
Freshman midfielder/forward Mia Fishel scored a goal in each of No. 4 UCLA women's soccer's games this weekend. Fishel also notched two goals in four games at the World University Games in July and one in the Bruins' exhibition series. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Former UCLA women’s soccer coach Jill Ellis has coached the United States women’s national team to two consecutive World Cup wins. Ellis, seen here with assistant coach Graeme Abel, returned to Los Angeles and led the U.S. to a 3-0 victory over Ireland at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.  (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Former UCLA women’s soccer coach Jill Ellis has coached the United States women’s national team to two consecutive World Cup wins. Ellis, seen here with assistant coach Graeme Abel, returned to Los Angeles and led the U.S. to a 3-0 victory over Ireland at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.  (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA gymnastics coach Chris Waller hired former Bruin coaches Kristina Comforte and Dom Palange and added professional choreographer and dancer BJ Das as a second assistant coach. The three new hires will lead the Bruins this season following a third-place finish in the 2019 NCAA championship. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)
UCLA gymnastics coach Chris Waller hired former Bruin coaches Kristina Comforte and Dom Palange and added professional choreographer and dancer BJ Das as a second assistant coach. The three new hires will lead the Bruins this season following a third-place finish in the 2019 NCAA championship. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)


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