This post was updated April 4 at 10:11 p.m.
A poster hung on the fence at Wallis Annenberg Stadium read “No. 8 is so great” to honor Karina Rodriguez as part of the Bruins’ Senior Day celebrations.
Olivia Simons, Daily Bruin contributor
For their second conference series of the season, the Bruins will play on rival territory.
No. 10 UCLA baseball (13-6, 2-1 Pac 12) will travel across town to play USC (9-7, 3-0) this weekend at Dedeaux Field for its second conference series and second time playing the Trojans this season.
The Bruins will enter the weekend riding their longest conference-opening winning streak since 2017.
“Obviously, we’ve set ourselves up pretty well for playoffs,” said freshman forward Reilyn Turner.
The Bruins will play their first Friday-Sunday turnaround since 2019.
No. 3 UCLA women’s soccer (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) will host Oregon (2-1-1, 1-0) on Friday and Oregon State (2-2, 0-1) on Sunday in Wallis Annenberg Stadium.
Four games into the season, the Bruins have already made a deep dive into their bench.
No. 3 UCLA women’s soccer (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) has rotated 21 players into its lineup across the opening matches, including seven freshmen who are part of the No.
It took seven shots on goal in the opening 17 minutes for the Bruins to find the back of the net.
Senior midfielders Delanie Sheehan and Marley Canales fired some long balls on target, and sophomore forward Mia Fishel had a few close-up attempts.
UCLA women’s soccer was supposed to return to Wallis Annenberg Stadium on Feb. 4, but circumstances beyond its control pushed back that start date.
This weekend – after an eight-day delay – the Bruins will be back on their home pitch for the first time since Nov.
This post was updated Oct. 25 at 7:22 p.m.
Mia Fishel walked onto the field in Commerce City, Colorado, knowing full well she was the youngest of 27 players vying for a spot on the United States Women’s National Team.
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