UCLA women’s soccer lost in the semifinals of the College Cup in 2019. In 2020, they welcome the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
In 2019, the Bruins boasted the second-best recruiting class across America – headlined by forward Mia Fishel whose 14 goals were good for sixth best in the Pac-12.
Much like the rest of the sports world, the Daily Bruin Sports editors spent the last five Sundays watching ESPN and Netflix’s 10-part documentary series, “The Last Dance.”
The 10-hour saga detailing the rise and fall of the Chicago Bulls’ dynasty with Michael Jordan earned national praise and set Twitter ablaze every week, and it has left audiences begging for more.
While the world faces shortages of necessary goods, many people are surrounded by an abundance of one thing: time.
And if it’s possible to keep future goals in focus, extra time can be a good thing, according to some of the current and former UCLA student athletes who had been preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
With the world screeching to a halt in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the loss of collegiate sports seems like just another drop in the bucket.
Pac-12 women’s soccer will be well represented at the next level.
The top four picks in the National Women’s Soccer League College Draft on Thursday morning all hailed from the Pac-12, one of which was junior forward Ashley Sanchez of UCLA women’s soccer.
Soccer has never been America’s favorite sport, but on the women’s side, it could be.
Following the U.S. Women’s National Team’s 2019 World Cup win, the National Women’s Soccer League has seen increased support through television contracts and brand deals.
When Amanda Cromwell addressed her team after Friday’s season-ending loss, the coach focused on a specific group of players.
“It was all about the seniors tonight,” Cromwell said.
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