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Women’s soccer falls to Stanford for 6th consecutive time

This post was updated Oct. 20 at 11:49 p.m. Once again, the Bruins could not take down the Cardinal. No. 16 UCLA women’s soccer (9-4-1, 3-3-0 Pac-12) fell 1-0 to No. Read more...

Photo: Senior goalkeeper Teagan Micah logged three saves in No. 16 UCLA women’s soccer’s loss to No. 2 Stanford. The only goal Micah allowed came in the 18th minute, when Cardinal midfielder Maya Doms headed in a rebound from 10 yards out. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Women’s soccer heads to Stanford with chance to avenge yearslong losing streak

The last time the Bruins faced a team ranked above them was Aug. 29, when UCLA upset then-No. 1 Florida State. This week, the Bruins will have another shot at a top-five upset – and this time it’s in-conference. Read more...

Photo: Junior defender Delanie Sheehan has started every game for No. 16 UCLA women’s soccer this season. As a former forward, Sheehan has contributed one goal and two assists from the backline through 13 games this year. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)



Jacq’ed Up: Women’s soccer needs win against Stanford to boost shot at championship title

The Bruins only have one game this weekend, as opposed to the usual Thursday-to-Sunday turnaround. But that one game is the most important of their season. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women’s soccer will head to Palo Alto to face Stanford on Saturday. The Cardinal beat the Bruins in the 2017 national title game and have won the matchup’s last five games. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Coral’s Quarrels: Student-athletes’ Olympic dreams shouldn’t conflict with collegiate season

When UCLA softball starts its 2020 season, the Bruins will have a chance to defend last year’s NCAA championship. But two of their best players will likely not be on the field. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt senior pitcher/first baseman Rachel Garcia led UCLA softball to a national championship last season, but will likely miss much of 2020 due to Olympic qualifiers with Team USA. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)



Women’s soccer notches 3rd win in a row after defeating Utah

Mia Fishel outscored the Utes all by herself. The freshman forward scored both of No. 22 UCLA women’s soccer’s (9-3-1, 3-2 Pac-12) goals in its 2-0 victory over Utah (6-5-3, 1-2-2) on Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Freshman forward Mia Fishel scored both goals in No. 22 UCLA women’s soccer’s win over Utah on Sunday. Fishel has now tallied seven goals this season, making her the Bruins’ leading scorer so far. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)



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