Saturday, January 25

After playing soccer in England and Louisiana, Lucy Parker gives UCLA a shot

Only 13 minutes and 43 seconds into her first game as a Bruin, junior transfer Lucy Parker made her way upfield. The center back waited for the corner kick to come her way, leaped into the air, then headed the ball into the back of the net, notching UCLA women’s soccer’s first goal of 2019. Read more...

Photo: 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)

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)

UCLA women’s soccer heads to Hawaii for final nonconference games

For the first time this season, the Bruins will play outside California – and the continental United States. No. 5 UCLA women’s soccer (5-1-0) will travel to Honolulu to compete in the Rainbow Wahine Shootout this week, squaring off against Pepperdine (3-3-1) on Thursday and the host Hawai’i (2-4-1) on Sunday. Read more...

Photo: 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)

Women’s soccer narrowly defeats Wisconsin after early second-half goal

It was a tale of two halves for the Bruins. No. 5 UCLA women’s soccer (5-1-0) defeated No. 22 Wisconsin (4-2-1) 1-0 with the game’s only goal coming early in the second half. Read more...

Photo: 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)

UCLA women’s soccer marks end to 17-game win streak with own-goal

The Bruins did score one goal in their 2-0 loss to the Broncos. It was just in the wrong net. No. 2 UCLA women’s soccer (4-1) lost its 17-game unbeaten streak to Santa Clara (2-3) on Thursday night in its first match of the season outside of Southern California. Read more...

Photo: 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)

Women’s soccer aims to claim third season shutout in battle with the Broncos

The Bruins are headed out of Southern California for the first time this season, with a chance to extend their undefeated record. No. 2 UCLA women’s soccer (4-0) will face Santa Clara (1-3) at Stevens Stadium on Thursday night. Read more...

Photo: 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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