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What’s Bruin: UCLA Women’s Soccer Drops Aggies 1-0 in Texas Heat

Meanwhile, no one left the UCLA Men’s Soccer game happy, but the Women’s Basketball team is leaving Australia extremely happy.

Apparently, at Texas A&M, the 12th Man isn’t only an American football thing.

Let’s take a quick spin around UCLA athletics to find out What’s Bruin....

Women’s Soccer

The 15th-ranked Bruins traveled to College Station, TX to face the 11th-ranked Texas A&M Aggies last night and they left the Texas heat with a 1-0 upset. Redshirt freshman Chloe Castaneda scored the only goal of the game in the 83rd minute to give the Bruins the game.

Here’s a look at the game-winning goal:

Men’s Soccer

Meanwhile, back on the West Coast, the UCLA Men’s Soccer team was hosting the Maryland Terrapins at the StubHub Center where no one went home happy as the teams played to a 1-1 draw.

Junior forward Jason Romero scored for the Bruins just over a minute into the game, but UCLA was unable to hold the lead as Maryland’s senior defender Alex Crognale got a header past UCLA goalkeeper Juan Cervantes at the 4:29 mark.

Women’s Basketball

The UCLA Women’s Basketball team played their third game of their Australian tour on Friday against the Sydney Uni Flames and the Bruins won 73-69 to improve their record to 3-0 on the tour.

Jordin Canada led the Bruins with 18 points while Monique Billings, Kari Korver and Nicole Kornet were all in double figures.

Then, early this morning, the team beat the Sydney Comets 78-58 to finish a perfect 4-0 on the trip. Nicole Kornet led the team with 26 points while Monique Billings and Kelli Hayes were also in double figures.

With the score 36-33 at 7:38 in the third quarter, UCLA took control of the game by going on a 17-4 run and never looked back.

And, that’s What’s Bruin this Saturday morning.

Go Bruins.