Out of all 22 varsity teams at UCLA, women’s soccer is the first to get back into action after the summer. “It’s kind of a cool thing to know that we have to set the tone for all the sports here,” said coach Amanda Cromwell. “I think the girls like that.”UCLA will host two exhibition matches at Drake Stadium on Friday and Sunday, playing Canada FISU and Cal State Bakersfield, respectively, and marking the first team events of the 2017-2018 academic year.
Gym rats are often content going through the same workout routines. However, that isn’t for everyone. “I felt that (working out) wasn’t very rewarding and it was very subjective,” said UCLA Powerlifting president Marc Morgan.
UCLA women’s soccer signed 10 recruits Wednesday to complete the No. 2-ranked recruiting class in the nation by Top Drawer Soccer. Among the incoming freshmen are Ashley Sanchez and Karina Rodriguez, who are ranked first and seventh in their class, respectively. This is the second consecutive year that the Bruins have claimed the nation’s top prospect after signing Mal Pugh in 2016. Sanchez, a forward/midfielder, is a newcomer to the U.S. Women’s National Team.
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Selecting a term
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