Friday, November 15

Redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Brzykcy started for No. 16 UCLA women's soccer in the absence of senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah, who was called up to camp for the Australian national team. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s soccer starts conference play 0-2, following defeat by Arizona

The Bruins have dropped their opening two conference matches for the second consecutive year. No. 16 UCLA women’s soccer (6-3-1, 0-2 Pac-12) lost 3-0 to Arizona (7-2-0, 1-1) on the road Thursday night, less than a week after falling 2-1 to California at home. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Brzykcy started for No. 16 UCLA women's soccer in the absence of senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah, who was called up to camp for the Australian national team. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Brzykcy started for No. 16 UCLA women's soccer in the absence of senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah, who was called up to camp for the Australian national team. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Gov. Gavin Newsom passed Senate Bill 206 on Monday morning, nine months after the original draft was proposed by Sen. Nancy Skinner. The bill, often referred to as the Fair Pay to Play Act, will allow California collegiate athletes to earn money from the use of their name, image and likeness. (Creative Commons photo by Steven Pavlov)

Fair Pay to Play Act passed despite continued NCAA opposition

This post was updated Sept. 30 at 3:48 p.m. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 206 – also known as the Fair Pay to Play Act – on Monday morning, allowing collegiate athletes in California to profit from their name, image or likeness starting in January 2023. Read more...

Photo: Gov. Gavin Newsom passed Senate Bill 206 on Monday morning, nine months after the original draft was proposed by Sen. Nancy Skinner. The bill, often referred to as the Fair Pay to Play Act, will allow California collegiate athletes to earn money from the use of their name, image and likeness. (Creative Commons photo by Steven Pavlov)

Gov. Gavin Newsom passed Senate Bill 206 on Monday morning, nine months after the original draft was proposed by Sen. Nancy Skinner. The bill, often referred to as the Fair Pay to Play Act, will allow California collegiate athletes to earn money from the use of their name, image and likeness. (Creative Commons photo by Steven Pavlov)

Freshman Annabel Wilson made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women's golf at the Golfweek Conference Challenge from Monday through Wednesday. Wilson was the second-best finisher for the Bruins, tying for 16th place. (Courtesty of UCLA Athletics).

Woman’s golf finishes third at Golfweek Conference Challenge

The Bruins only went up, but they never reached the top. No. 12 UCLA women’s golf finished in third place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Wolcott, Colorado, posting a 5-under 859. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Annabel Wilson made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women's golf at the Golfweek Conference Challenge from Monday through Wednesday. Wilson was the second-best finisher for the Bruins, tying for 16th place. (Courtesty of UCLA Athletics).

Freshman Annabel Wilson made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women's golf at the Golfweek Conference Challenge from Monday through Wednesday. Wilson was the second-best finisher for the Bruins, tying for 16th place. (Courtesty of UCLA Athletics).

Freshman forward Mia Fishel and junior forward Ashley Sanchez are tied for most points – 10 – following No. 5 UCLA women's soccer's weekend in Honolulu. After not scoring a point three games in a row, Fishel notched two goals and an assist in two games. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s soccer emerges with one victory, one tie following weekend games

The Bruins’ dynamic duo is back. Junior forward Ashley Sanchez had notched a goal or an assist in each of UCLA’s 15 games between Sept. 30, 2018 and Aug. Read more...

Photo: Freshman forward Mia Fishel and junior forward Ashley Sanchez are tied for most points – 10 – following No. 5 UCLA women's soccer's weekend in Honolulu. After not scoring a point three games in a row, Fishel notched two goals and an assist in two games. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman forward Mia Fishel and junior forward Ashley Sanchez are tied for most points – 10 – following No. 5 UCLA women's soccer's weekend in Honolulu. After not scoring a point three games in a row, Fishel notched two goals and an assist in two games. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman Emma Spitz made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women's golf at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M on Sept. 16 and posted the Bruins' best score. This week, Spitz will be one of four freshmen in UCLA's starting lineup. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Freshmen dominate women’s golf’s starting lineup at Golfweek Conference Challenge

This post was updated Sept. 23 at 4:41 p.m. The next time the Bruins tee off, four of five starters will be freshmen. No. 12 UCLA women’s golf headed to the Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club, Fazio Course in Colorado to compete in the Golfweek Conference Challenge from Monday to Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Emma Spitz made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women's golf at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M on Sept. 16 and posted the Bruins' best score. This week, Spitz will be one of four freshmen in UCLA's starting lineup. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Freshman Emma Spitz made her collegiate debut for No. 12 UCLA women's golf at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M on Sept. 16 and posted the Bruins' best score. This week, Spitz will be one of four freshmen in UCLA's starting lineup. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


Freshman forward Mia Fishel scored two goals and notched one assist in No. 5 UCLA women's soccer's first three games. Prior to coming to college, Fishel was a staple for the United States U17 Women's National Team. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Battle of the Editors: Incoming freshman recruits carry potential to bolster UCLA athletics

UCLA has a history of reeling in some of the best recruits from California, the country and the world. This year’s crop of Bruin freshmen is no different, so the Daily Bruin Sports editors each picked their most anticipated incoming recruits. Read more...

Photo: Freshman forward Mia Fishel scored two goals and notched one assist in No. 5 UCLA women's soccer's first three games. Prior to coming to college, Fishel was a staple for the United States U17 Women's National Team. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Freshman forward Mia Fishel scored two goals and notched one assist in No. 5 UCLA women's soccer's first three games. Prior to coming to college, Fishel was a staple for the United States U17 Women's National Team. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)


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