UCLA Women's Soccer
UCLA handled Iowa State in a comfortable, if unspectacular, win on Friday night. Now the Bruins face the 49ers two days later.
The Bruins should be able to handle overmatched Iowa State.
Will this be the first season since 2013 that UCLA brings home the hardware?
Taking a look at how Bruins spent their holiday.
The USWNT plays Spain this morning while Team Canada, featuring Jessie Fleming, faces Sweden this afternoon.
Plus, there’s some soccer, baseball, track and field, gymnastics and rowing news.
Plus, there’s softball, men’s volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, rowing, gymnastics and more news.
That and much, much more in today’s What’s Bruin.
UCLA Hoops’ comeback win was epic, but there is more going on this weekend with UCLA sports. We have you covered in today’s What’s Bruin.
Men’s Basketball looks for road sweep. David Berg is back! Men’s VB falls to CSUN. And, Hailie Mace will be drafted today.
UCLA Women’s Soccer: With a Women’s College Cup Berth at Stake, Bruins Face North Carolina Tar Heels
Will Head Coach Amanda Cromwell’s long East Coast road trip earlier in the season pay dividends today?
The Wolfpack snuck past Santa Clara on PKs and the Bruins dominated Minnesota, 5-0, in Westwood on Friday night. Now, UCLA hosts the ‘Pack with a quarterfinal berth on the line.
The Golden Gophers won the Big Ten Tourament on PKs and then shut out the Auburn Tigers at Auburn in the first round.
The Bruins should be heavy favorites over the Spartans.
The Bruins will host San Jose State this Friday at Wallis Annenberg Stadium.
As they did two years ago which was a Bruin 1-0 win, the teams will square off tonight at the StubHub Center.
The Bruins seek to extend their seven-game winning streak against the potent Colorado attack.
UCLA takes its six-game winning streak to Salt Lake City for a clash with the Utes, winners of five of their last six.
The Bruins welcome the Beavers to Wallis Annenberg Stadium this afternoon.
The Bruins hope to fatten up tonight on the reeling Ducks.
How will the Bruins fare on the road without three of their top players?
Things have been going smoothly this season for most UCLA athletic teams, except football :(
Both teams have identical 6-3-1 overall records, but UCLA has played much tougher competition and should have the edge tonight, even without two of its best players.
UCLA starts a weekend road trip to the Bay Area tonight when they face Stanford.
#8 UCLA has something to prove against #14 Washington State, after the Bruins fell to the Cougars last year in Pullman, 1-0.
On Thursday, the Bruins beat the LMU Lions, 3-0, for their fourth win of the season.