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)

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)

Junior forward Kennedy Faulknor scored her first goal of the season for No. 5 UCLA women's soccer in its match against then-No. 22 Wisconsin on Saturday, which the Bruins won 1-0. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)
Junior forward Kennedy Faulknor scored her first goal of the season for No. 5 UCLA women's soccer in its match against then-No. 22 Wisconsin on Saturday, which the Bruins won 1-0. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

Junior defender Delanie Sheehan played 83 minutes for No. 5 UCLA women's soccer in its 1-0 win over No. 22 Wisconsin. Sheehan aided the Bruin backline when the Badgers' press earned Wisconsin seven shots in the first half. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Junior defender Delanie Sheehan played 83 minutes for No. 5 UCLA women's soccer in its 1-0 win over No. 22 Wisconsin. Sheehan aided the Bruin backline when the Badgers' press earned Wisconsin seven shots in the first half. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior defender Karina Rodriguez has started every game this season at outside back for No. 5 UCLA women's soccer after playing center back last year. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)
Junior defender Karina Rodriguez has started every game this season at outside back for No. 5 UCLA women's soccer after playing center back last year. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

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)

Junior midfielder Marley Canales notched the first goal for No. 2 UCLA women’s soccer in its 2-0 win over Florida. Canales played in 17 games last season, scoring one goal and contributing one assist in the Bruins’ postseason run. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Junior midfielder Marley Canales notched the first goal for No. 2 UCLA women’s soccer in its 2-0 win over Florida. Canales played in 17 games last season, scoring one goal and contributing one assist in the Bruins’ postseason run. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)


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