SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UCLA's Sam Mewis is Women's College Player of the Week
UCLA's Sam Mewis is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week after leading the top-ranked Bruins to Pacific 12 Conference victories over California and Arizona at Drake Stadium.
|UCLA's Sam Mewis is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week.
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UCLA BRUINS RECENT NEWS
| WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
UCLA's Sam Mewis
UCLA's Sam Mewis is the LA Soccer News Women’s College Player of the Week for the third time this season after delivering a late triumph over Pepperdine to send the top-ranked Bruins into the NCAA quarterfinals.
STOLZ PLAYS HERO
No. 3 UCLA men pull out NCAA victory over San Diego in OT
Leo Stolz netted a pair of goals, including the overtime winner, as third-ranked UCLA pulled out a 2-1 second-round triumph Sunday night over visiting San Diego in the NCAA Division I men's soccer tournament.
BRUINS LEAVE IT TILL LATE
Mewis lifts No. 1 UCLA past No. 11 Pepperdine and into quarterfinals
Top-ranked UCLA waited until late to put away No. 11 Pepperdine in an NCAA Division I women's third-round game Sunday afternoon in Westwood, pulling out a 1-0 triumph on Sam Mewis' goal in the 88th minute.
NO. 1 NETS SEVEN
UCLA women rout Harvard, set up showdown with Pepperdine
Top-ranked UCLA wasted no time in putting away visiting Harvard on Friday night, going ahead after 76 seconds, doubling the advantage in the seventh minute, and hitting the net twice more before halftime en route to a 7-0 rout in an NCAA Division I tournament second-round clash.
NOT QUITE ENOUGH
No. 6 UCLA men beat SDSU in finale, can't catch Stanford in Pac-12
Leo Stolz and Abu Danladi scored goals as UCLA's sixth-ranked men wrapped up the regular season Sunday with a 2-1 victory over visiting San Diego State, but it wasn't enough to overcome Stanford in the race for the Pacific 12 Conference championship.
BRUINS MAKE IT EASY
No. 1 UCLA romps past San Diego in NCAA first-round clash
UCLA's top-ranked women scored early and often, romping into the second round of the NCAA tournament Friday night with a 5-0 rout of visiting San Diego.
LOOK WHO'S NO. 1
UCLA has top spot in NCAA field
LOS ANGELES - Top-ranked UCLA will defend its NCAA title as the overall No. 1 seed in the 64-team field for the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship.
NO. 1 CLAIMS PAC-12 TITLE
UCLA women dominate USC in front of 10,128
UCLA's top-ranked women thoroughly dominated archrival USC on Friday night, but they couldn't find the net until the end, pulling out a 2-0 triumph as Kylie McCarthy struck twice in the final 12 minutes.