Sophomore midfielder Riley Ferch – a part of the All-Pac-12 Second Team in his freshman season – led all Bruins with nine assists in 2019. (Tony Martinez/Daily Bruin)
After waiting more than a year for their season to begin, the Bruins are already into the heart of the season.
UCLA men’s soccer (1-1-1, 0-0-1 Pac-12) had two exhibitions and five regular-season games before facing its first Pac-12 opponent last season.
The Bruins’ first Pac-12 game of the season came down to the wire.
After two overtime periods, UCLA men’s soccer (1-1-1, 0-0-1 Pac-12) ended its Saturday night contest with a 1-1 draw against San Diego State (0-0-1,0-0-1 Pac-12) at Wallis Annenberg Stadium.
Despite the loss Friday, the Bruins still have new recruits at their disposal.
Last week against Loyola Marymount, a scoring opportunity came for UCLA men’s soccer (1-1) off a free kick taken by junior transfer and forward Kevin Diaz in the 87th minute.
Only one Los Angeles team could emerge victorious Friday on Sullivan Field.
UCLA men’s soccer (1-1) was defeated by No. 15 Loyola Marymount (1-0) Friday night in its first road game and loss of the 2021 campaign.
The Bruins need not travel far for their first road game of the season.
After defeating San Francisco 3-0, UCLA men’s soccer can improve to 2-0 in its upcoming match against Loyola Marymount at Sullivan Field.
It only took one game for the Bruins to get within striking distance of last year’s clean sheet total.
In 2019, UCLA men’s soccer’s (1-0) goal-scoring totals were good enough to land them third in goals per game in the Pac-12.
After waiting more than a year to return to the soccer field, the Bruins are back in the win column.
UCLA men’s soccer (1-0) defeated San Francisco (0-1) 3-0 on Monday afternoon to start its delayed 2020 turned 2021 season.
This post was updated Feb. 8 at 5:52 p.m.
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