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Radio/TV Roster

1 Earl Edwards Gk • 6-3/205 • RSo.

2 Javan Torre

3 Cesar Morales

4 Grady Howe

5 Holden Fender

6 Matt Wiet

7 Reed McKenna F • 5-10/155 • So.

8 Victor Chavez

9 Fernando Monge F • 5-10/165 • RSr.

10 Leo Stolz

F • 5-11/170 • Jr.

11 Victor Munoz

12 Ryan Hollingshead

13 Nico Gonzalez Mf • 5-9/137 • Fr.

14 Chris Cummings

15 Cole Nagy

16 Ryan Lee

Mf /D• 5-8/160 • Fr.

Mf • 6-1/175 • Sr.

17 Nati Schnitman

18 Alex Padilla

19 Jake Tenzer Gk • 6-0/170 • RFr.

20 Andrew Tusaazemajja

21 Juan Cervantes

22 Munny Manak

23 Tim Fairley

24 Reed Williams

Mf • 6-0/160 • Fr.

F • 6-2/175 • Jr.

26 Evan Raynr F/Mf • 5-7/150 • Sr.

27 Joe Sofia D • 6-2/180 • Jr.

29 Patrick Matchett

Head Coach Jorge Salcedo

Assistant Coach Eddie Soto

Assistant Coach Nick Carlin-Voigt

Assistant Coach Patrick Seymour

D • 6-2/175 • Fr.

D • 5-8/145 • RSr.

F • 5-7/165 • Jr.

D • 6-0/165 • RJr.

D • 5-11/180 • Fr.

D • 6-1/180 • Jr.

Mf/D • 5-10/155 • Fr.

Mf • 5-11/170 • So.

F • 5-11/168 • Fr.

Mf/D • 6-2/180 • Fr.

Mf • 5-7/160 • Jr.

Mf/D • 6-0/165 • RFr.

D • 5-11/170 • Sr.

Mf/F • 6-1/180 • Sr.

Gk • 6-1/160 • RFr.


Table of Contents 2012 UCLA Schedule Aug. 24

NEW MEXICO

Aug. 31

at Maryland

7:30 pm ET

7:00 pm

Sept. 2

at Virginia

7:00 pm ET

Sept. 7

TULSA

4:30 pm

Sept. 9

UC IRVINE

2:00 pm

Sept. 16

at Loyola Marymount

2:00 pm

Sept. 21

at UC Santa Barbara

6:00 pm

Sept. 23

at Cal Poly

4:00 pm

Sept. 28

at Stanford *

4:00 pm

Sept. 30

at California *

4:00 pm

Oct. 5

OREGON STATE *

3:00 pm

Oct. 8

WASHINGTON *

7:00 pm

Oct. 12

at San Diego State *

7:00 pm

Quick Facts

The 2012 Season

Oct. 26

at Oregon State *

1:00 pm

Oct. 29

at Washington *

7:00 pm

Nov. 1

STANFORD *

7:00 pm

Nov. 4

CALIFORNIA *

5:00 pm

Nov. 9

SAN DIEGO STATE *

2:00 pm

Radio/TV Roster .......................................................IFC Schedule ..........................................................................1 Roster ..............................................................................2 Coaching Staff ................................................................3 Player Biographies .........................................................5 2012 Opponent Information ....................................41

Nov. 15

NCAA First Round

TBD

Nov. 18

NCAA Second Round

TBD

Nov. 25

NCAA Third Round

TBD

Location......................................... J.D. Morgan Center, .......................................................325 Westwood Plaza .................................................. Los Angeles, CA 90095 Athletics Phone ...................................(310) 825-8699 Ticket Office .................................. (310) UCLA-WIN Chancellor ...................................................Gene Block Director of Athletics .................. Daniel G. Guerrero Sr. Asso. Athletic Director (Soccer) ....... Ken Weiner Faculty Athletic Rep. ....................... Donald Morrison Home Field (Capacity) ..........................Marshall Field ............................................ at Drake Stadium (11,700) Home Record .......................226-28-18 (Since 1980) Enrollment ............................................................39,500 Founded....................................................................1919 Colors ......................................................Blue and Gold Nickname .............................................................. Bruins Conference ...........................................................Pac-12 Conference Phone ..............................(925) 932-4411 Conference Fax ...................................(925) 932-4601 National Affiliation .......................... NCAA Division I Head Coach (Alma Mater)................... Jorge Salcedo ........................................................................(UCLA ’02) Coach’s Phone .....................................(310) 825-1777 Record at UCLA ........................105-42-25 (8 years) Career Record (Years)..........................................same Assistant Coaches .....Eddie Soto, Nick Carlin-Voigt, ...............................................................Patrick Seymour 2011 Record.........................................................18-4-2 2011 Pac-12 Record (Finish) .................. 10-0-0 (1st) 2011 NCAA Finish ...............College Cup Semifinals Players Returning/Lost .........................................18/12 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................... 5/6 National Championships ..... 1985, 1990, 1997, 2002 Sports Information Director ............... Steve Rourke Men’s Soccer SID ........................................Mike Leary Sports Information Phone .................(310) 206-7873 Sports Information FAX ....................(310) 825-8664 E-Mail Address .................mleary@athletics.ucla.edu Web Site......................................www.uclabruins.com Twitter ....................... www.twitter.com/uclaathletics

NCAA Tournament

Nov. 30-Dec. 2 NCAA Quarterfinals

TBD

Dec. 7

NCAA Semifinals (Hoover, AL)

TBD

Dec. 9

NCAA Finals (Hoover, AL)

TBD

Home games are indicated in BOLD CAPS and played at Marshall Field at Drake Stadium unless otherwise indicated. All times are local to site. * - Pac-12 Conference games

About This Publication Credits: The 2012 UCLA men’s soccer media guide was written and designed by Mike Leary, Assistant Sports Information Director. Photography by ASUCLA Campus Studio (Don Liebig and Todd Cheney). MLS photos courtesy of Major League Soccer teams, Getty Images (Jonathan Daniel,Victor Decolongon, Stephen Dunn, Jed Jacobsohn), Bob Frid/VancouverWhitecaps FC, Robert Mora/LA Galaxy,Seattle Sounders FC,Tony Quinn/MLS,Hoop/MLS/WireImage, RickYeatts/FC Dallas, Dustin Mark, MLS/Getty Images/Juan Miranda, MLS/Getty Images/Scott Pribyl, Garrett Ellwood/Colorado Rapids/ MLS/WireImage, Corky Trewin/Sounders FC, Paul Giamou, Steel Brooks/PortlandTimbers, David Silverman/New England Revolution. U.S. Soccer photos courtesy Jeff Sipsey, Icon Sports Photos and Getty Images (Clive Brunskill/Jonathan Daniel). Other photography by Jeff Sipsey, Scott Chandler, Scott James,Vladimir Cherry and Traci Flitcraft. Cover design by Mike Leary. Special thanks to Getty Images, ASUCLA Photography, Berliner Studios, Andrew Bernstein, Ruth Chambers, the Los Angeles Visitors and Convention Bureau and Scott Quintard for their photos in the UCLA Experience.

The 2011 Season 2011 Season Stats .......................................................15 2011 Game-By-Game Box Scores...........................16 Bruins in the Conference ..........................................18

The History Bruin All-Stars ..............................................................19 Bruin All-Americans (1983-2011) ............................21 UCLA Hall of Fame Inductees .................................26 UCLA Team Awards....................................................28 All-Time Numerical Roster ......................................29 All-Time Lettermen ....................................................30 NCAA Champions .....................................................32 NCAA Tournament Results ......................................34 All-Time Results ..........................................................35 UCLA Record vs. Opponents ..................................40 UCLA’s National Team Connection ........................42 UCLA’s All-Time National Team Roster ................43 UCLA — No. 1 Producer of Pro Talent .................44 Bruins in Major League Soccer ................................45

The Record Books Career Records ...........................................................48 Single-Season Records ...............................................48 Single-Game Records .................................................49 Miscellaneous Records...............................................50 Yearly Leaders ..............................................................51 Year-by-Year Team Statistics ......................................52 Marshall Field at Drake Stadium ..............................53

General Information Administrator Biographies ........................................54 Media Information.......................................................55 Wooden Athletic Fund ...............................................56 The UCLA Experience.................................................. i

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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2012 Roster Numerical No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 29

Name Earl Edwards Javan Torre Cesar Morales Grady Howe Holden Fender Matt Wiet Reed McKenna Victor Chavez Fernando Monge Leo Stolz Victor Munoz Ryan Hollingshead Nico Gonzalez Chris Cummings Cole Nagy Ryan Lee Nati Schnitman Alex Padilla Jake Tenzer Andrew Tusaazemajja Juan Cervantes Munny Manak Tim Fairley Reed Williams Evan Raynr Joe Sofia Patrick Matchett

Alphabetical No. 21 8 14 1 23 5 13 12 4 16 22 29 7 9 3 11 15 18 26 17 27 10 19 2 20 6 24

Name Juan Cervantes Victor Chavez Chris Cummings Earl Edwards Tim Fairley Holden Fender Nico Gonzalez Ryan Hollingshead Grady Howe Ryan Lee Munny Manak Patrick Matchett Reed McKenna Fernando Monge Cesar Morales Victor Munoz Cole Nagy Alex Padilla Evan Raynr Nati Schnitman Joe Sofia Leo Stolz Jake Tenzer Javan Torre Andrew Tusaazemajja Matt Wiet Reed Williams

Pos. GK D D Mf/D Mf/D D F F Mf/F Mf Mf Mf/F Mf D Mf/D Mf Mf/D GK GK F GK F Mf F F/Mf D D

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-7 6-1 5-9 5-8 5-8 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-7 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-7 6-2 6-1

Wt. 205 175 165 155 180 170 155 170 165 170 160 180 137 145 160 175 165 160 170 165 180 168 160 175 150 180 180

Yr. RSo. Fr. RJr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. RSr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. RSr. Fr. Sr. RFr. RFr. RFr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) San Diego, CA (Bradenton Prep Academy) Santa Monica, CA (Crossroads HS) St. Charles, IL (St. Charles East HS) Newport Beach, CA (Corona Del Mar HS) Marietta, GA (George Walton HS) Columbus, OH (Indiana University) San Diego, CA (Rancho Bernardo HS) Fontana, CA (A.B. Miller HS) Seattle, WA (Eastside Catholic HS) Munich, Germany (George Mason University) Madrid, Spain (Iona College) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay HS) Lodi, CA (Tokay HS) Chatsworth, CA (Crespi HS) Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral HS) Moreland Hills, OH (Ohio State University) Calabasas, CA (Calabasas HS) Compton, CA (California Academy of Mathematics & Science) Pacific Palisades, CA (Crossroads School) Panorama City, CA (Fulton College Prep) Gardena, CA (Animo Leadership Charter HS) Malibu, CA (Malibu HS) Folsom, CA (Vista Del Lago HS) Newport Beach, CA (Corona Del Mar HS) Calabasas, CA (Viewpoint HS) Dove Canyon, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Laguna Niguel, CA (Dana Hills HS)

Pos. GK F D GK Mf Mf/D Mf Mf/F Mf/D Mf F D F Mf/F D Mf Mf/D GK F/Mf Mf/D D Mf GK D F D F

Ht. 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-7 5-8 6-1 5-7 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-7 5-11 6-2

Wt. 180 170 145 205 160 180 137 180 155 175 168 180 155 165 165 160 160 160 150 165 180 170 170 175 165 170 175

Yr. Fr. Jr. RSr. RSo. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. RSr. RJr. Jr. Fr. RFr. Sr. RFr. Jr. So. RFr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Gardena, CA (Animo Leadership Charter HS) Fontana, CA (A.B. Miller HS) Chatsworth, CA (Crespi HS) San Diego, CA (Bradenton Prep Academy) Folsom, CA (Vista Del Lago HS) Marietta, GA (George Walton HS) Lodi, CA (Tokay HS) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay HS) Newport Beach, CA (Corona Del Mar HS) Moreland Hills, OH (Ohio State University) Malibu, CA (Malibu HS) Laguna Niguel, CA (Dana Hills HS)S) San Diego, CA (Rancho Bernardo HS) Seattle, WA (Eastside Catholic HS) St. Charles, IL (St. Charles East HS) Madrid, Spain (Iona College) Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral HS) Compton, CA (California Academy of Mathematics & Science) Calabasas, CA (Viewpoint HS) Calabasas, CA (Calabasas HS) Dove Canyon, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Munich, Germany (George Mason University) Pacific Palisades, CA (Crossroads School) Santa Monica, CA (Crossroads HS) Panorama City, CA (Fulton College Prep) Columbus, OH (Indiana University) Newport Beach, CA (Corona Del Mar HS)

Head Coach: Jorge Salcedo, 9th year Assistant Coaches: Eddie Soto, Nick Carlin-Voigt, Patrick Seymour Team Manager: Mike Fraccetti; Equipment Manager: Sean Markus; Staff Athletic Trainer: Tandi Hawkey

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Squad Breakdown Seniors (6) Juniors (7) Sophomores (3) Freshmen (11) From Arizona: 1 From California: 19 From Georgia: 1 From Illinois: 1 From Ohio: 2 From Washington: 1 From Europe: 2 Oldest: Fernando Monge, 3-11-90 Youngest: Tim Fairley, 8-1-94

In-Season Birthdays Aug. 25 - Victor Chavez, 20th Sept. 9 - Jake Tenzer, 19th; Andrew Tusaazemajja, 20th Sept. 18 - Evan Raynr, 22nd Sept. 23 - Matt Wiet, 22nd Oct. 8 - Joe Sofia, 21st Oct. 20 - Javan Torre, 19th Oct. 23 - Chris Cummings, 22nd Nov. 12 - Reed Williams, 21st Nov. 17 - Munny Manak, 19th

Pronunciations Juan Cervantes Sir-VON-tez Nico Gonzalez NEE-co Grady Howe HOW Munny Manak MUN-ee MAN-ak Patrick Matchett MATCH-it Fernando Monge MON-gee Evan Raynr RAY-ner Nati Schnitman NAH-tee Joe Sofia SOF-yuh Javan Torre JAH-van TOR-ee Andrew Tusaazemajja too-SA-za-ma-JAH Matt Wiet Wyatt Jorge Salcedo HORE-hay Sal-SAY-do


Coaching Staff

Jorge Salcedo Head Coach 9th Year UCLA '02

Former UCLA All-American Jorge Salcedo enters his ninth season as head coach for the Bruins, becoming the second-longest tenured men's soccer head coach in UCLA's NCAA history. A product of UCLA's strong soccer tradition, Salcedo has maintained the Bruins' standard for success, winning five conference titles and guiding his teams to NCAA Tournament appearances each year. He signed the No. 1 recruiting classes in the nation in 2010, 2006 and 2004, and those players produced results, advancing all the way to the NCAA Championship game in the 2006 season, to the quarterfinals in 2009 and 2010, and to the College Cup Semifinals in 2011. Over the last four seasons, Salcedo's teams have earned three Pac-12 titles and lost just four conference games (30-4-6 record).The 2011 Bruins ran the table in conference play, going 10-0 and allowing just two goals in those 10 games. Salcedo, who earned his 100th career victory when UCLA clinched the conference title on Nov. 4, was named the Pac-12's Coach of the Year. The Bruins then capped off the 2011 season with a long run in the NCAA Tournament that culminated in the school's 13th berth in the NCAA College Cup. The 2010 Bruins won 16 games, the most during Salcedo's tenure, and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals for the second consecutive year. In 2009, Salcedo's Bruins won their second-straight Pac-10 Championship, and placed two players on the AllAmerica team. Additionally, a school record-tying five players were selected in the MLS SuperDraft at the conclusion of the season. In 2008, Salcedo guided UCLA to the Pac-10 Championship and was named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year for the second time in his tenure. Salcedo's 2007 team extended UCLA's post-season appearance streak to 25 consecutive years, advancing to the NCAA second round.The Bruins, who finished with a 9-9-3 record, scored in the classroom, with 24 of 30 team members making the Director's Honor Roll during the school year. The 2006 Bruins faced an uphill battle with injuries to several starters throughout the season, but they fought through the adversity and ended a successful post-season run in the title game with a final season record of 14-6-4. In 2005, Salcedo's Bruins recorded a 12-5-3 record and ranked amongst the best in the nation in team defense, allowing just 14 goals and posting a team goals against average of 0.67. The Bruins also captured the Pac-10 title for the fourth year in a row and earned a No. 5 seeding in the NCAA Tournament. During his first season, Salcedo earned Pac-10 Co-Coach of the Year honors after leading UCLA to its third-straight conference title. His Bruins ended the regular season ranked No. 3 by Soccer America and advanced to the third round of the NCAATournament, where they finished the year with a 14-4-2 record. Salcedo was UCLA's assistant coach from 2001-03 and helped lead the Bruins to the 2002 NCAA Championship and to two Pac-10 team championships. In 2002, he served as acting head coach in a crucial road victory at Stanford in November that helped the Bruins capture their first-ever Pac-10 title. He also served as acting head coach in the spring of 2002 in the coaching transition between Todd Saldaña and Tom Fitzgerald and had served in a similar capacity after Fitzgerald announced his resignation. Salcedo, who is a scout for the U.S. National Team, was the head coach of the 2002 U-16 SoCal ODP State team and was also the assistant coach of the U-17 team in 2001.

The Cerritos, Calif. native had an illustrious career at UCLA from 1990-93. Salcedo was a four-year starter,playing 74 games and tallying six goals and seven assists for 19 points.As a freshman, he scored the decisive penalty kick in the shootout during the 1990 NCAA Championship game to give UCLA its second national title.In 1993 as a senior, he earned NSCAA firstteamAll-America honors.He prepped at Cerritos HS, where he earned two Parade All-America honors. Salcedo played for five years in Major League Soccer (MLS). In his first season in the league, he was a starter for the LosAngeles Galaxy and helped take his team to the MLS Championship game. He also played for Chicago, where he served as team co-captain, Columbus and Tampa Bay before returning to the Galaxy in 1999. Prior to his MLS career, he played with the LA Salsa in the APSL and then for F.C. Morelia of the Mexican First Division. Salcedo was also a member of the U.S. NationalTeam program,earning three caps with the full national team and captaining the U-17 team at the 1989 World Youth Championships and the U-20 team at the 1990 CONCACAF Tournament. Salcedo has had extensive ties to the Bruin program for many years. He graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and was part of three of the Bruins’ four NCAA Championship teams. He was a ball boy for UCLA during its first championship year in 1985, scored the game-winning penalty kick in the 1990 Championship game and was an assistant coach for the 2002 squad. In addition, his father Hugo was a UCLA assistant coach from 1978-79 and a member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic team and will be serving as the FIFA Chairman of the 2014 World Cup. His brother Eddie was a UCLA letterwinner in 1995. Salcedo and his wife Rebecca have been married for eight years, and they have three children, Matteo (6), Malea (4) and Marco (2).

Coach Salcedo's Year-By-Year Record (2004-11) Overall Record 14-4-2 (.750) 12-5-3 (.675) 14-6-4 (.667) 9-9-3 (.500) 10-5-6 (.619) 12-4-4 (.700) 16-5-1 (.750) 18-4-2 (.792)

Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Pac-12 Record 6-2-0 (.750) 7-1-2 (.800) 4-3-3 (.550) 4-4-2 (.500) 7-1-2 (.800) 5-1-4 (.700) 8-2-0 (.800) 10-0-0 (1.000)

Pac-12 Finish 1st 1st 4th T-2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st

NCAA Finish T-9th T-17th 2nd T-17th T-33rd T-5th T-5th T-3rd

Overall Totals: 105-42-25 (.683) Pac-12 Totals: 51-14-13 (.737)

Career Highlights As a Coach • Asst. coach of UCLA's 2002 NCAA Championship team and head coach of UCLA's 2006 NCAA finalist squad and 2011 semifinalist squad • Has coached UCLA to seven Pac-12 Titles as an assistant coach or head coach (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011) • 2008 and 2011 Pac-12 Coach of the Year, 2004 Pac-10 Co-Coach of the Year • Signed the No. 1 recruiting classes in the nation in 2010, 2006 and 2004

As a Player • As a freshman, scored the deciding penalty kick in the 1990 NCAA Championship game to give UCLA its second national title • 1993 first-team NSCAA All-American • Five-year Major League Soccer veteran • U.S. National Team member • Played in the Mexican First Division with F.C. Morelia

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Coaching Staff

Eddie Soto

Assistant Coach 7th Year Cal State Fullerton '95 Former Cal State Fullerton All-American Eddie Soto is in his seventh season as UCLA assistant coach and his 12th season overall as an NCAA Division I coach. In his first season at UCLA, he helped guide the Bruins to the NCAA College Cup finals, and in the last four seasons, the Bruins have won the Pac-12 title three times, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals three times, and advanced to the College Cup in 2011. In addition to coaching at UCLA, Soto is the head coach of the U.S. Beach Soccer National Team and a member of the coaching staff for the U16 and U18 LA Galaxy Academy teams. Soto helped coach the Galaxy U-17s to the Generation adidas Cup championship. Soto was the assistant coach for the men's team at Cal State Fullerton from 2001-03 and was hired again as the lead assistant in 2006. He was also the lead assistant for the women's team at Long Beach State from 2004-05 and the head assistant at Long Beach City College in 1997 when the women's team won its first championship. Soto also has vast experience coaching at the club level, totaling 13 years as a coach in the prestigious Coast Soccer League.He coached former UCLA All-Americans Zach Wells and Matt Taylor at Irvine Strikers and also coached the NHB futbol club for five years. An All-American at Cal State Fullerton in 1992 and 1993, Soto is the No. 2 scorer in Titan history, totaling 96 points and 38 goals from 1992-94. He still holds the single-season record for goals in a season with 18, set in 1994. In 1993, he led the Titans to the NCAA semifinals for the first time in school history. His team also advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals in 1994. In 2007, Soto was named to the MPSF 15-Year Anniversary first team. Upon graduating from Cal State Fullerton in 1995 with a B.A. in Kinesiology, Soto was selected in the initial MLS Draft in 1996 by the NY/NJ MetroStars and again in the supplemental draft in 1998 by the San Jose Clash. He also played for the Orange County Zodiac of the A-League, the Los Angeles Cobras of the USISL and ended his career with the USA Pro Beach Soccer Team. The Cerritos native was a two-time Parade All-American and the 1990 CIF 3-A Player of the Year at Cerritos HS, where he was teammates with UCLA head coach Jorge Salcedo. He was also a member of the NHB futbol club that won the 1991 National Championship and a member of the U.S. U-18 and U-20 National Teams. Soto, who has a U.S. Soccer Federation "A" Coaching License, resides in Seal Beach with his wife, Stephanie, and his children, Fabrizio, Wyatt and Isabela.

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Nick Carlin-Voigt Assistant Coach 1st Year Kalamazoo College '04

Nick Carlin-Voigt enters his first season as UCLA's assistant coach after spending the previous five seasons as the top assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at George Mason. Carlin-Voigt is considered one of the best recruiters in the country and while at George Mason, was responsible for day-to-day operations of the program, including field player development, scouting, attendance marketing, scheduling, sports performance and academic affairs. Carlin-Voigt is also considered one of the few soccer fitness coaches in college soccer. Having emerged as one of the most talented and respected assistant coaches in the country, Carlin-Voigt helped assemble three consecutive recruiting classes at George Mason that were ranked in the top 40 according to College Soccer News (2008-10). In 2008, he helped coach the Patriots to their first ever CAA Conference Championship and in 2011, he helped recruit a roster that led the CAA in All-Conference selections. Carlin-Voigt has helped recruit 12 players with U.S. Youth National Team experience since 2008 and seven that have gone on to sign professional contracts since 2009. Carlin-Voigt has also studied training and coaching methods at professional clubs such as Chelsea, Fullham, Liverpool and Santos and observed the U.S. National Team preparations during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. In the spring of 2012, he spent part of the preseason coaching with the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer and has coached with the D.C. United YouthAcademy Program as well,where he helped develop and train U.S. National Team Goalkeeper and DC United starter Bill Hamid. Carlin-Voigt began his coaching career at his alma mater, Kalamazoo College, coaching there as an assistant coach for one season before becoming a volunteer goalkeeper coach for the men's team atWestern Michigan University. As a player at Kalamazoo, Carlin-Voigt earned NSCAA All-America honors and graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics, concentrating in international commerce. Considered one of the top goalkeepers in Division III soccer, he was a two-time team captain for Kalamazoo, a four-year starter and holds the Kalamazoo record for fewest goals allowed in a season. After he graduated in 2004, Carlin-Voigt had a short stint with Cruz Azul Oaxaca of the Mexican Second Division that was cut short due to a knee injury.From 2001 to 2004, he played semi-pro soccer for the Kalamazoo Kingdom of the USL Premier Development League, where he set franchise records as a goalkeeper for wins and shutouts during the 2004 season. He also saw time on trial with Osnabruck of the German second division in 2006. Carlin-Voigt holds a U.S. Soccer Federation "B" Coaching License.

Patrick Seymour

Asst./Goalkeeper Coach 4th Year Chico State '00 Patrick Seymour joined UCLA in 2009 as the team's goalkeeper coach. During his three years on staff, the Bruins have advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals all three seasons and to the College Cup in 2011. Seymour coached both Brian Perk and Brian Rowe to All-American seasons in 2009 and 2011 respectively. Rowe also led UCLA to a shutout streak of eight games in 2011, which tied the school record. As the head goalkeeper coach for the Cal-South ODP program and member of the goalkeeping staff for the Region IV ODP program, Seymour has worked with many of the top goalkeepers in the West. Over 10 years, he has trained and helped develop over a dozen youth national and regional team members and won three national titles with his teams. Seymour is also the head goalkeeper coach coach for the Galaxy Alliance soccer club and has worked with Santa Clarita United, Santa Monica United and the Westside Breakers. He also coached the soccer team and currently serves as an associate professor in the Kinesiology department at Santa Monica College. Seymour played at Chico State from 1997-99 and graduated in 2000 with a degree in Political Science. During his senior season, he helped lead his team to a Top 20 national ranking. As a youth player growing up in the San Francisco area, he played in three State Cup finals and was a member of the Cal-North ODP state pool from 1994-1997. Seymour holds both a USSF national and goalkeeping national license and, along with his Bachelor's degree, holds a Master's degree in Exercise Science.


Player Biographies

#21 Juan Cervantes

#8 Victor Chavez

6-0 • 185 Freshman • Goalkeeper Gardena, CA Animo Leadership Charter HS/LA Galaxy Youth Academy

U.S. National Team — Member of the U-17 U.S. Residency Camp in Bradenton, Fla. High School/Club — Attended Animo Leadership Charter High School (Inglewood, Calif.) for four years ... Played under head coach Sergio Medrano and recorded 18 shutouts in 35 games for Animo ... Earned second-team All-Harbor Area League honors and was an All-CIF-South Section Regional finalist in both his freshman and sophomore years ... Captain for South Bay Force club team from U-12 to U-18 ... Member of Pateadores Club team that won the 2010-2011 U.S. U-17/18 Development Academy Championship ... Ranked No. 34 recruit in the nation according to ESPN HS and No. 71 recruit according to Top Drawer Soccer ... Also played on LA Galaxy U-18 Academy Team. Personal — Decided to attend UCLA because of its well-recognized academic and athletic programs … Admires Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas … Describes his biggest thrill as being able to come play at UCLA ... Parents: Juan and Sonia Cervantes … Has a younger brother, Jonathan, and two younger sisters, Diana and Johanna … Full name is Juan Steven Cervantes … Born February 21, 1994 … Chicano Studies and Sociology major.

5-11 • 170 Junior • Forward Fontana, CA A.B. Miller HS/United FC

2011 — Received honorable mention All-Pac-12 acclaim ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 11 points ... Scored a goal in three of the team's last six games and totaled four goals overall ... Netted game-winning goals at Stanford and at San Diego State ... Recorded three assists on the year ... Played in all 24 games and made seven starts. 2010 — Second-team All-Pac-10 … First-team All-Rookie selection by Top Drawer Soccer and secondteam by Soccer America … Voted UCLA's Offensive MVP … Pac-10 leader in goals scored with 10 … Team leader and ranked second in the Pac-10 in points scored with 25 (10g,5a) … Ranked third on the team with five assists … Tied for the team lead with three game-winning goals … Named the Pac-10 Player of the Week and the UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week and selected to the National Teams of the Week after recording a hat trick against Oregon State on Oct.. 3 … Scored his three goals in the span of four and a half minutes … Had a two-goal game in the 2-1 win at Cal State Northridge … Recorded a pair of one-goal, one-assist games against UC Riverside and San Diego … Scored the game-winner in overtime against UC Riverside and also had game-winners against Oregon State and Cal State Northridge. U.S. National Team — Scored the game-winner for the U-18s in a 1-0 win over Romania in the 2010 Lisbon InternationalTournament … Played with the U-20 National Team at the Chivas Tournament in Mexico … Member of the 2009 U.S. U-17 World Cup team and a member of the 2009 Macae Cup championship squad … Had five caps and two goals with the U-17s in 2009 … Played with U.S. Beach Soccer National Team at the 2011 Miami Cup, scoring one goal to help the U.S. earn second place. High School/Club — Parade and NSCAA Youth All-American … Ranked No. 61 in the Top Drawer Soccer Top 100 list … Played soccer during his freshman and sophomore seasons at A.B. Miller HS … Scored seven goals and five assists for 19 points as a freshman … Recorded 16 goals, 10 assists and 42 points during his sophomore season to earn all-league honors … Also played one year of varsity volleyball as a freshman … Played club soccer with the successful Real So Cal club team, leading his team to the 2007 League Cup Championship and the 2008 Region IV Championship and National finals … In 2009, scored 14 goals for Real So Cal and was named to the U16 West Conference Starting XI and the U16 U.S. Soccer Academy Starting XI … Led Real SoCal to the Development Academy Finals in 2010. Personal — Hobbies are playing guitar and drums … Admires Barcelona forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic … Parents: Jose and Beatriz Chavez … Has younger siblings, Alejandra and Christian … Full name is Victor Ruben Chavez Lopez … Born August 25, 1992 in San Bernardino, CA … Sociology major.

Career Statistics Yr 2010 2011

GP 22 24

GS 15 7

Sh 50 28

Gl 10 4

A 5 3

Pts 25 11

GWG 3 2

Totals

46

22

78

14

8

36

5

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Player Biographies

#14 Chris Cummings

#1 Earl Edwards

5-8 • 145 Redshirt Senior • Defender Chatsworth, CA Crespi HS/Real So Cal

2011 — Played in eight games and made three starts ... Recorded an assist in the 2-1 win over Seattle. 2010 — Redshirted the season. 2009 — Played in 11 games and had starts in four (at Maryland, at San Diego, vs. UNLV and at Oregon State) … Recorded an assist in the San Diego game. 2008 — Voted the team's Most Improved Player … Starter at left back in 18 of 19 games played … Totaled three assists … Suffered torn ligaments in his knee in practice prior to the NCAA Tournament. U.S. National Team — Called into residency with the U.S. Under-17 National Team 2007 from January-May 2007 … Member of U.S. Beach Soccer National Team that placed second at the 2011 Miami Cup. High School/Club — Played at Crespi Carmelite HS under coach Rob Kodama from 2005-06 … In 2006, led his team to its first Mission League title in 20 years … Team also set a record for most league wins with 10 and tied a record for most wins in a season with 19 … Offensive MVP in 2005 … Played club soccer for Real So Cal … NSCAA/adidas Boys Youth All-American in 2007 … Won three consecutive national titles at the U.S.Youth Soccer National Championships (2007 U-16, 2006 U-15, 2005 U-14) … 2007 adidas ESP Camp participant … Member of the 2006 Region IV ODP pool … Scored the game-winning goal against the U-15 National Team at the 2006 Nike Friendlies. Personal — Admires Thierry Henry … Hobbies include swimming and diving and going to the movies and to the beach … Parents: James and Sheryll Cummings … Has a younger brother, Marcus … Mother Sheryll is a UCLA graduate … Full name is Christopher James Cummings … Born October 23, 1990 in West Hills, CA … Political Science major.

Career Statistics

6

Yr 2008 2009 2011

GP 19 11 8

GS 18 4 3

Sh 3 0 1

Gl 0 0 0

A 3 1 1

Pts 3 1 1

GWG 0 0 0

Totals

38

25

4

0

5

5

0

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

6-3• 205 Redshirt Sophomore • Goalkeeper San Diego, CA Bradenton Prep Academy/Nomads

2011 — Made starts at UC Davis and against Saint Mary's ... Gave up three goals in 189 minutes of play and had a 1.42 goals against average with four saves and a 1-1 record. 2010 — Redshirted the season. U.S. National Team — Member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team, playing earlier in the year at the Chivas Tournament in Mexico … Starting goalkeeper for the U.S. at the U-17World Cup in 2009, leading the U.S. to the Round of 16 … Led the U.S. to the 2009 Brazil Copa Macae U17 championship and won the Goleiro award … Won the MVP award while leading his team to the Chile La Serena Cup championship in 2009 … Recorded 10 saves in the U-17's first-ever victory over Brazil in the 2007 Nike Friendlies … Part of the U.S. U-17 National Team Residency Program from Aug. 2007 to Dec. 2009 … Played with the U.S.Youth National Teams at the U-14 through U-20 levels. High School/Club — NSCAA National Youth Player of the Year in 2008 … Two-time NSCAA All-American and a 2009 Parade All-American … Also a basketball star, he was selected to the adidas "Phenom 150" in 2006 and was a member of the San Diego Select basketball program from 20062007 … Member of the championship squad at the 2006 ARC/SNJ Las Vegas National Championships. Personal — Father Earl Edwards, Sr. is the Athletic Director at UC San Diego … Has two siblings who played collegiate soccer - brother Yohance played four years at Brown, and sister Jasmine is currently a junior on the Rutgers soccer team … Another sister, Naomi, swam at SUNY, Stony Brook … Admires former basketball star David Robinson … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as beating Brazil 2-0 with the U-17 men's national team … Parents: Earl and Deborah Edwards … Has two brothers, Yohance and Malik, and three sisters, Naomi, Adelina and Jasmine … Full name is Earl William Edwards, Jr. … Born January 24, 1992 in San Diego, CA … History major.

Career Statistics Yr 2011

GP 2

GS 2

Min 189

Sv 4

So 0

GA 3

GAA 1.42

W-L-T 1-1-0


Player Biographies

#23 Tim Fairley

6-0 • 165 Freshman • Midfielder Folsom, CA Vista Del Lago HS/Blues95

High School/Club — Played under UCLA alum Jimmy Frazelle and was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Vista Del Lago High School (Folsom, Calif.) ... Earned All-Sierra Valley League honors three times and was named the League and City MVP in 2011 ... Helped lead Vista del Lago to three Sierra Valley League championships and two section titles ... Set school and league records for points and goals by scoring 33 goals and recording 74 points his senior year in 2011 ... Captained his club team Blues95 to championships in the 2011 Davis Legacy College Showcase, California North State Cup, Northern California Spring Showcase and San Diego Surf College Cup ... Also captained club team to a No. 1 ranking in the country according to gotsoccer.com. Personal — Admires Andrés Iniesta … Parents: Robert Fairley and Marguerite Mosnier … Father ran track and cross country at UC Davis … Grandfather played football at the University of Nevada … Decided to attend UCLA for its outstanding academic and athletic programs as well as its awesome weather year round ... Lists biggest thrill as leading high school team to an undefeated season, scoring all the goals in the section championship game, and clinching the second straight section title ... Full name is Timothy Matthew Jonathan Fairley ... Born August 1, 1994 ... Civil Engineering major.

#13 Nico Gonzalez 5-9 • 137 Freshman • Midfielder Lodi, CA Tokay HS/San Juan

High School/Club — Three-year letterwinner at Tokay High School (Lodi, Calif.) ... Three-time All-Tri-City Athletic League selection and four-year captain ... Named League Midfielder of the Year in 2011 after leading Tokay to a second place finish in their league ... Two-time team MVP ... Set a school record for assists as a freshman with 23 in 2008 ... Served as captain of club team San Juan. Personal — Admires Spanish midfielder Xavi … Hobbies include hanging out with friends … Parents: Manuel and Bente Gonzalez … Has an older brother, Samuel, and a younger sister,Anisa … Chose to attend UCLA because he loved the school and the soccer program since he was in elementary school ... Full name is Nicolas Gonzalez … Born May 28, 1994 … Sociology major.

#5 Holden Fender

6-2 • 180 Freshman • Midfielder/Defender Marietta GA George Walton HS/Concorde Fire

U.S. National Team — Member of both the U.S. U-17 Men's National Team Residency Program and U-19 Indoor National Team. High School/Club — Played for four years under head coach Bucky Boozer at George Walton High School (Marietta, Ga.), captaining the school to the 2011 Georgia State Championship ... Named NSCAA first-team All-American in 2011 ... 2011 All-State selection ... Ranked as the No. 41 recruit in the nation by Top Drawer Soccer ... Played his club soccer for Concorde Fire, leading them to the 2011 Southern Conference title ... Named to U.S. Soccer Development Academy's U-15/16 Starting XI for 20102011 ... Participated in Georgia's ODP from 2007-2010. Personal — Admires Spanish midfielder Xavi … Hobbies include playing golf and tennis and fishing … Parents: Greg and Mirelle Fender … Has an older brother, Nick, and an older sister, Anabel … Lists his biggest thrill as beating the Mexico U-17 National Team at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. ... Full name is Holden Davis Fender … Born February 25, 1994 … Business Economics major.

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#12 Ryan Hollingshead

6-1 • 180 Senior • Midfielder/Forward Granite Bay, CA Granite Bay HS/Placer United Prestige

2011 — Earned second-team All-Pac-12 honors ... First-team CoSIDA Academic All-District and second-team Pac-12 AllAcademic ... Finished third on the team with 13 points (3 g, 7 a) ... Scored a pair of goals, both game-winners vs. Stanford and at Washington ... Played in 20 games with 16 starts ... Had a two-assist game vs.Rutgers in the NCAA 3rd Round ... Scored the Bruins' first goal against North Carolina in the NCAA Semifinals ...Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team. 2010 — Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors … Second-team Pac-10 All-Academic … Recipient of the team's Coaches' Award for the second-straight year … One of four players to start and play in all 22 games … Played at both midfield and defense … Tied for third on the team with five assists … Scored the game-winner against Notre Dame in the season opener and also scored at Indiana … Had a two-assist game in the 4-1 win over Oregon State … Named to the All-Tournament team at the 2010 adidas/IU Credit Union Classic. 2009 — Ranked third on the squad and 10th in the Pac-10 in goals scored with four … Ranked fourth on the team in scoring with nine points … Played in all 20 games and made 12 starts … Notched the game-winner in the NCAA 3rd Round game vs. UC Santa Barbara and also at Oregon State … Co-recipient of the team's Coaches' Award. High School/Club — Four-year letterman in soccer and tennis at Granite Bay HS … Led his team to two Sac-Joaquin Section DII Championships in three years, including the 2008 championship, when he had three assists in the title game … Totaled 54 points on 18 goals and a school-record 18 assists in 2008 … Earned first-team AllSierra Foothill League and Press-Tribune All-City honors … Team captain and Offensive MVP … Played club soccer for Placer United Prestige and Cal Rush Nike … Team's leading scorer the last four years. Personal — Lists his biggest athletic thrill as breaking his high school single-season assist record after recording three assists in his team's Section Final win … Admires quarterback Tim Tebow … Hobbies include tennis and basketball … Mother: Sue Hollingshead … Has two older brothers, Scott and Kyle, and a younger brother, Kevin … Older brother Scott was a member of the UCLA team from 2006-2007 … Full name is Ryan Michael Hollingshead … Born April 16, 1991 in Sacramento, CA … Psychology major.

Career Statistics

8

Yr 2009 2010 2011

GP 20 22 20

GS 12 22 16

Sh 17 21 23

Gl 4 2 3

A 1 5 7

Pts 9 9 13

GWG 2 1 2

Totals

62

50

61

9

13

31

5

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

#4 Grady Howe

5-10 • 155 Freshman • Midfielder/Defender Newport Beach, CA Corona Del Mar HS/LA Galaxy Youth Academy

High School/Club — Two-time varsity letterwinner at Corona del Mar High School (Corona del Mar, Calif.) ... Earned All-Pacific Coast League and Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman after scoring eight goals ... Member of the LA Galaxy U-16 Youth Academy team ... Helped lead the Galaxy to the 2011 U-15/16 National Championship and MLS Generation Adidas Cup, as well as the 2010 MLS Sum Cup. Personal — Decided to attend UCLA because of the quality of the men's soccer program, competitive atmosphere, history of success, and promising future for success … Lists his biggest thrill as winning the U-16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy National Championship ... Admires U.S. runner Steve Prefontaine ... Hobbies include surfing, playing the guitar, listening to music, and spending time with friends ... Parents: Grady and Marlynn Howe ... Father won two NCAA Championships as a water polo player at UC Santa Barbara ... Has a younger brother, Noah ... Full name is Jonathan Grady Howe ... Born February 15, 1994 ... Undeclared major.


Player Biographies

#16 Ryan Lee

6-1 • 175 Senior • Midfielder Moreland Hills, OH Ohio State UniversityOrange HS/ Cleveland Alliance Soccer Academy

2011 — Played in 14 games and made four starts (LMU, UCSB, Stanford, at Oregon State) ... Scored one goal, putting UCLA ahead 1-0 in a 2-1 victory over LMU. 2010 (Ohio State University) — Played in all 20 games, making nine starts … Scored his first career goal on a header off a free kick at Penn State … Voted the team's Most Improved Player … Helped lead the Buckeyes to the NCAA Round of 16. 2009 (Ohio State University) — Played in 15 games and had one start, against Cleveland State … Totaled 438 minutes of playing time … Helped lead the team to the Big Ten Conference and Tournament titles and to the NCAA second round. High School/Club — Three-time All-Cleveland selection, four-year starter and two-year team captain at Orange HS … Led his team to the 2006 district championship and to the regional finals …Totaled 17 goals and 28 assists in his prep career … Earned NSCAA ScholarAll-America honors in 2008 … Garnered three All-Chagrin Valley Conference and All-Cleveland selections and one All-Ohio selection in his career … Team captain for the Cleveland Alliance Soccer Academy (CASA) … In 2010, started for the U-19 National Champion and Super-20 National Champion Columbus Crew teams. Personal — Member of the National Honor Society … Parents: Joung and Heeyang Lee … Has two siblings,Terry and Nick … Full name is Ryan Elliot Lee … Born March 22, 1991 in Charlottesville,VA … Business-Economics major.

Career Statistics Yr 2009 (OSU) 2010 (OSU) 2011

GP 15 20 14

GS 1 9 4

Sh 2 4 3

Gl 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 2 2

GWG 0 0 0

Totals

49

14

9

2

0

4

0

#22 Munny Manak 5-11 • 168 Freshman • Forward Malibu, CA Malibu HS/Real So Cal

High School/Club — Two-time varsity letterwinner at Malibu High School (Malibu, Calif.) ... Earned All-League honors as a freshman and sophomore ...Third-team All-CIF selection as a freshman ... Competed for club team Real SoCal and was the team's top goal scorer each year he played there. Personal — Admires Brazilian players Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, and French midfielder Zinedine Zidane … Decided to attend UCLA for the prestigious academic and athletic programs … Parents: Jaz and Manjit Manak … Has two older brothers, Ramon and Damon … Brother Ramon played soccer at UCLA from 2004-05 ... Full name is Manvir Singh Manak … Born November 17, 1993 in Coventry, England … Neuroscience major.

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Player Biographies

#29 Patrick Matchett

#7 Reed McKenna

6-1 • 180 Junior • Defender Laguna Niguel, CA Dana Hills HS/Irvine Strikers

2011 — Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention acclaim ... Voted UCLA's Most Improved Player ... Tied for third on the team with seven assists ...Played in 21 games with 17 starts ... Helped UCLA post nine shutouts in their last 11 games, including a school record-tying eight in a row. 2010 — Named to Goal.com's AllFreshman third team … Starter in 15 of 16 games played … Recorded two assists on the year, assisting on goals against San Diego and on the game-winner at Cal State Fullerton … Helped lead the Bruins to nine shutouts, the team's most since 2005. U.S. National Team — Member of the U-18 National Team pool in 2007/2008 … US Men’s National Team Mega Camp participant in 2007. High School/Club — NSCAA/ adidas Region IV honoree in 2008 … Played club soccer for Irvine Strikers, which won the 2006 U.S. Club Soccer National Championship … Ranked No. 22 in the Top Drawer Soccer Top 100 recruit list … Part of the 2009 U.S.F.C. Super Elite Discover Europe Showcase Team … U.S. Soccer Development Academy Participant from 2007-2010 … Competed on the swim team at Dana Hills HS as a freshman and sophomore and was a league finalist and CIF qualifier both seasons in the 50 & 100 Freestyles … Earned the Scholar Athlete Award in both 2007 and 2008 … Played water polo in 2008 and 2009 and helped lead his team to the CIF Quarterfinals both seasons … Won the Scholar Athlete Award in 2008 and 2009. Personal — Describes his biggest athletic thrill as playing against Mainz 05 Soccer Club with the Bluestars Premier Team while touring Germany in 2009 … Admires Brazilian defender Maicon … Parents: Phillip and Sharon … Has an older brother, Michael, and younger sister, Megan … Father Phillip Matchett was on the water polo and swimming teams at UCLA and was captain of the Bruin water polo team in 1984 … Both parents attended UCLA … Hobbies include going to the beach and body boarding … Full name is Patrick Allen Matchett … Born March 3, 1992 in Laguna Niguel, CA … Pre-Business Economics major.

Career Statistics

10

Yr 2010 2011

GP 16 21

GS 15 17

Sh 4 1

Gl 0 0

A 2 7

Pts 2 7

GWG 0 0

Totals

37

32

5

0

9

9

0

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

5-10 • 155 Sophomore • Forward San Diego, CA Rancho Bernardo HS/San Diego Surf

2011 — Played in six games, seeing action in the season opener at Louisville, Saint Mary's, LMU, UCSB, at San Diego and Stanford. High School/Club — ESPN RISE first-team All-American … Led Rancho Bernardo HS to a section title and CIF Regional semifinal appearance in 2011, scoring 26 goals on the season, including a hat trick in the section championships …All-San Diego Section Player of the Year in 2011 … Member of the SuperElite Team in 2010 … Selected to the 2009 US Development Academy Western Region Starting IX … All-league honoree after scoring eight goals as a freshman at Punahou School … Played club soccer with San Diego Surf Academy from 2010-11 and with Nomads SC from 2008-10 … Ranked No. 41 in Top Drawer Soccer's National Player Ratings and No. 2 in Southern California. Personal — Admires Cristiano Ronaldo … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as helping his high school win its first San Diego Section CIF Championship by scoring three goals … Chose UCLA because it provided the ideal combination of elite athletics and academics … Parents: John and Amy … Has an older sister, Madison, and younger brothers, Connor and Duncan … Full name is Reed Anthony McKenna … Born Aug. 8, 1992 in Columbus, OH … Economics major.

Career Statistics Yr 2011

GP 6

GS 0

Sh 3

Gl 0

A 0

Pts 0

GWG 0


Player Biographies

#3 Cesar Morales

#9 Fernando Monge

6-0 • 165 Redshirt Junior • Defender St. Charles, IL St. Charles East HS/Sockers FC

5-10 • 165 Redshirt Senior • Midfielder/Forward Seattle, WA Eastside Catholic HS/Crossfire Premier

2011 — Played in all 24 games, making 22 starts and recording one goal and one assist ... Registered the game-winning goal in double overtime vs. Oregon State on Oct. 30, scoring in the 102nd minute. 2010 — Redshirted the season. 2009 — Played in 14 games, making 10 starts … Scored two goals with two assists …Recorded the game-tying goal in the 2-1 win over UCSB in the NCAA third round and in the 1-1 tie with Oregon State … Assisted on the winning goals against UC Davis and Sacramento State. 2008 — Injuries cut his playing time during the season, but he played in 11 games with four starts … Started at Wake Forest, vs. Indiana and Santa Clara and at Oregon State … Made the most of his homecoming atWashington, scoring his first collegiate goal in a 2-0 win. U.S.NationalTeam — Member of U.S. Beach Soccer National Team that placed second at the 2011 Miami Cup. High School/Club — Played three years at Eastside Catholic HS under coach Matt Potter before graduating a semester early and enrolling at UCLA in the Winter quarter of 2008 … In his junior season, he earned first-team all-district honors after recording 11 assists and eight goals … First-team all-league selection as a sophomore … As a freshman, helped his team earn a State berth for the first time in school history … Played club soccer for Crossfire Premier, which won the 2004 Manchester United Premier Cup and finished eighth at the Manchester United World Tournament. Personal — Describes his biggest athletic thrill as going to Germany and playing against youth professional teams … Hobbies include watching football and listening to music … Admires Chelsea's Fernando Torres and football player LaDainian Tomlinson … Parents: Fernando and Leticia Monge … Has a sister, Dania … Full name is Fernando Monge, Jr. … Born March 11, 1990 in San Diego, CA … International Development Studies major.

Career Statistics Yr 2008 2009 2011

GP 11 14 24

GS 4 10 22

Sh 11 13 26

Gl 1 2 1

A 0 2 1

Pts 2 6 3

GWG 0 0 1

Totals

49

36

50

4

3

11

1

2011 — Did not play. 2010 — Started at Indiana but did not play the rest of the season due to injury and was granted a medical redshirt. 2009 — Played in two games, starting at Creighton and also seeing action vs. UC Davis. High School/Club — Played at St. Charles East HS under coach Jorge Ortiz during his freshman and sophomore seasons and earned all-conference honors … Scored 13 goals with six assists during his sophomore year … Played his junior and senior years with club team Sockers FC … Named to the Mid-America Starting XI … Participated in National Team camp. Personal — Admires LeBron James … Hobbies include basketball, listening to music and hanging with friends … Describes his biggest athletic thrill as playing in the "Bridge To The Pros" program overseas … Parents: Marcos and Alicia Morales … Has an older brother Marcos and older sister Cynthia … Full name is Cesar Morales … Born April 25, 1991 in Aurora, IL … Spanish major.

Career Statistics Yr 2009 2010

Totals

GP 2 1

GS 1 1

Sh 0 0

Gl 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

GWG 0 0

3

2

0

0

0

0

0

#11 Victor Munoz 5-7 • 160 Junior • Midfielder Madrid, Spain Iona College/Real Madrid CF

2011 — Honorable mention All-Pac-12 ...Voted UCLA's Rookie of the Year ... Named the Pac-12 Player of the Week for Oct. 4-10 after scoring the game-winner with 30 seconds left in regulation at Oregon State and also recording assists on the Bruins' other goal in that game and on the final goal in the prior game at Washington ... Ranked second on the team and in the Pac-12 with eight assists and tied for fifth on the team with 10 points ... Played in 22 games and made one start, against SMU. 2010 (Iona) — Named the MAAC Rookie of the Year … Played in 17 games with 15 starts … Had two assists in his first collegiate game against Hartwick and finished the year with five assists. High School/Club — Played for Real Madrid C.F. from 2001-09 and Celta de Vigo C.F. from 2009-10 … Member of the U-15, U-16 and U-17 Spanish Youth National Teams. Personal — Hobbies include scuba-diving … Parents: Jose Luis Munoz Pindado and Maria Martianez Ramirez … Has one brother, Diego Munoz Martianez … Full name is Victor Munoz … Born July 25, 1990 in Madrid, Spain … Economics and Spanish major with a minor in Italian.

Career Statistics Yr GP 2010 (Iona) 17 2011 22

GS 15 1

Sh 34 13

Gl 0 1

A 5 8

Pts 5 10

GWG 0 1

Totals

16

47

1

13

15

1

39

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Player Biographies

#15 Cole Nagy

#26 Evan Raynr

5-8 • 160 Freshman • Midfielder/Defender Scottsdale, AZ Chaparral HS/Real Salt Lake Academy

High School/Club — Led Chaparral High School (Scottsdale, Ariz.) to a runner-up finish at the Arizona High School 4a State Championships ... Earned first-team AllState honors ... Named an NSCAA High-School All-American in 2011 ... Rated as the No. 19 recruit in the country according to Top Drawer Soccer ... Member of both the United States and Canada U-17 National Teams ... Played his club soccer with both the Real Salt Lake Arizona Academy and Sereno Soccer Club ... Five-time State Champion with Sereno 94 Boys White ... Captained Sereno to the 2009 Far West Region Championship and a runner-up finish at the 2009 National Championships ... Helped lead Arizona ODP 94 team to a quarterfinal appearance at the 2007 Gothia World Youth Cup. Personal — Admires Lance Armstrong and English midfielder Paul Scholes … Hobbies include playing golf and playing guitar … Chose UCLA because the combination of athletic and academic excellence is unparalleled by any other university in the nation ... Parents: Jim and Brenile Nagy … Has an older sister, Lauren … Full name is Cole Matthew Nagy … Born January 17, 1994 … Political Science major.

#18 Alex Padilla

6-1 • 160 Redshirt Freshman • Goalkeeper Compton, CA California Academy of Mathematics & Science/LA Galaxy Youth Academy

2011 — Redshirted the season. High School/Club — Played club soccer with the LA Galaxy Youth Academy … Part of the U.S. Soccer Youth Development Academy since 2009 … Played with the Galaxy Academy at the 2010 MLS U-17 SUM Cup … At California Academy of Mathematics & Science, he twice earned first-team all-league honors … Led his team in scoring as a sophomore and junior … Also earned all-league honors in volleyball as a junior. Personal — Described his greatest athletic thrill as blocking five shots in a penalty kick shootout … Admires Lance Armstrong, Iker Casillas and Lionel Messi … Parents: Chevo and Aracely … Has three younger siblings, Cristian, Renzo and Isabela … Father Chevo played professional soccer for Chivas second division … Full name is Alexis Padilla … Born Aug. 6, 1993 in Long Beach, CA … Economics major.

5-7 • 150 Senior • Forward/Midfielder Calabasas, CA Viewpoint HS/Real SoCal

2011 — Honorable mention All-Pac12 selection ... Second-team Pac-12 All-Academic for the second-straight year ... Played in 23 games and started in four ... Recorded two assists on the year (vs. LMU and at Washington). 2010 — Honorable mention AllPac-10 selection … Second-team Pac-10All-Academic … Played in all 22 games, making nine starts … Totaled three goals, two of which were gamewinners (San Diego in overtime, vs. Stanford in the 72nd minute at home) … Also scored at Cal State Fullerton … Recorded three assists, including two in the NCAA second round match against Sacramento State. 2009 — Played in 18 games and earned a start against UNLV … Scored the game-tying goal in a 2-1 win over Cal State Fullerton and also netted a goal in the 4-0 win over UC Davis … Recorded an assist against UNLV … Scored the tying goal in the 84th minute in a 1-1 exhibition tie against UC Irvine. U.S. National Team — Spent time in residency with the U.S. Under-17 National Team and has also seen time with the U-18 National Team. High School/Club — Second-team ESPN/Rise All-American … 2007 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American … 2008 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-Region IV honoree … Played two seasons (2007, 2009) at Viewpoint HS under coach Travis Kikugawa and led his team to two league titles while earning all-league and all-area honors … Scored 40 goals with 18 assists in 2007 as a sophomore … Had 25 goals and 12 assists in 2009 … Played club soccer with Real SoCal, which won national championships in 2006 and 2007 … Won the adidas Golden Boot award at both of those national championships … Scored a hat trick in the 2006 title game … Member of the ODP State and Regional teams. Personal — Lists his biggest athletic thrill as scoring a hat trick in the national championship and winning the Golden Boot … Admires Kobe Bryant … Hobbies include music and video games … Is a singer/songwriter … Parents: David and Lynn … Has an older sister, Shyla Marlin, and younger siblings Elijah and Elayne Raynr … Father David is a screenwriter/director/producer whose films include Whatever It Takes and A Thin Line Between Love & Hate … Mother Lynn is also a writer … Full name is Evan Byron Raynr … Born Sept. 18, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA … Psychology major.

Career Statistics Yr 2009 2010 2011

GP 18 22 23

GS 1 9 4

Sh 8 32 14

Gl 2 3 0

A 1 3 2

Pts 5 9 2

GWG 0 2 0

Totals

63

14

54

5

6

16

2

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Player Biographies

#17 Nati Schnitman

#27 Joe Sofia

6-0 • 165 Redshirt Freshman • Midfielder/Defender Calabasas, CA Calabasas HS/LA Galaxy Youth Academy

2011 — Redshirted the season. High School/Club — Played two years at Calabasas HS and earned second-team all-league honors as a freshman and sophomore … Played club soccer for the LA Galaxy Youth Academy and was team captain for the U-16 squad in 2009-10 … Helped lead FC Barcelona to the 2008 Dallas Cup finals … Top Drawer Soccer Top 20-ranked player in Southern California … Member of the Development Academy Select team at the 2009 Winter Academy Showcase … Member of the U-14 National Team pool and Region IV and Cal South ODP team in 2006-07 … MVP of the 2008 U.S. Maccabi Games, leading the Los Angeles team to the gold medal … Also won a silver medal at the 2007 U.S. Maccabi Games. Personal — Admires Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets … Hobbies include going to the beach and reading … Parents: Roni andTami, both UCLA alumni … Father played soccer at UCLA … Has two older sisters, Dana and Jillian … Full name is Nathaniel Edward Schnitman … Born June 25, 1993 in Tarzana, CA … Physiological Science major.

6-2 • 180 Junior • Defender Dove Canyon, CA Mission Viejo HS/Irvine Strikers

2011 — Honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection ... Firstteam Pac-12 All-Academic ... Earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors for Oct. 25-31 after scoring the game-winning goal against Washington and leading the team to shutouts over the Huskies and Oregon State ... Selected to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week for Sept. 26-Oct. 2 after helping the Bruins post shutouts over Cal and Stanford ... Starter in all 24 games, recording one goal and one assist ... Defensively, helped lead UCLA to 12 shutouts, the third-highest total in school history, including a school-record tying eight in a row. 2010 — First-team All-Rookie selection byTop Drawer Soccer … Second-team All-Freshman pick by Goal.com … Started in 19 of 20 games played … Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Washington (Oct. 1) … Had three assists off long throw-ins - at Cal State Northridge, the game-winner with eight seconds left in the second overtime against Dartmouth in the NCAA third round, and in the NCAA quarterfinals at Louisville that tied the score in the 81st minute … Central defender who helped lead the Bruins to nine shutouts, the team's most since 2005. High School/Club — Two-time adidas ESP All-Star (2008, 2009) … Captained the 2008 adidas ESP Championship Team and 2009 adidas ESP Finalist Team … Recognized by ESPN Rise Magazine as one of the Top 5 Defenders attending the 2008 ESP event … No. 20 on Top Drawer Soccer's National Top 100 Players for the 2010 class … NSCAA/adidas Region IV All American in 2008 … Three year participant in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Program, competing with the Irvine Strikers and serving as team captain since 2006 … Member of the Irvine Strikers U14 U.S. Club Soccer National Championship Team in 2006 … Named to the U.S.S.F. Development Academy Starting XI - Southern California Conference in 2008 … Traveled and played with UCLA teammates Kelyn Rowe and Patrick Matchett on the 2009 U.S.F.C. Super Elite Discover Europe Showcase Team … Played his freshman year at Mission Viejo HS and earned all-league honors … Recipient of the Scholar Athlete Award. Personal — Describes his biggest athletic thrills as playing alongside Zinedine Zidane in the 2009 adidas ESP All Star game and achieving his long-time dream of competing for UCLA … Admires Spanish defender Carles Puyol and Argentinian Youth National Team player and good friend Mike Hoyos … Graduated from Mission Viejo HS in the Top 3% of his class … Hobbies are fishing, body boarding, and going to the beach … Parents: Joseph and Pamela … Has a younger brother, Evan … Mother Pamela is a UCLA graduate, and cousin Brian Brown was a member of two NCAA Men's Water Polo Championship squads for UCLA in 1999 and 2000 … Full name is Joseph Anthony Sofia Jr. … Born October 8, 1991 in Mission Viejo, CA … Communications major.

Career Statistics

13

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Yr 2010 2011

GP 20 24

GS 19 24

Sh 7 4

Gl 1 1

A 3 1

Pts 5 3

GWG 1 1

Totals

44

43

11

2

4

8

2


Player Biographies

#10 Leo Stolz

#2 Javan Torre

5-11 • 170 Sophomore • Midfielder Munich, Germany George Mason University Gymnasium Pullach/1860 Munich

2011 (George Mason University) — Started all 18 matches for the Patriots ... Collected second team all-conference and all-rookie accolades ... Recognized as the CAA Men's Soccer Rookie of the Week in late October ... Scored his first collegiate goal on October 24 at Delaware ... Finished third on the team in scoring with 11 points (4 g, 3 a). High School/Club — Attended Gymnasium Pullach in Munich ... Played seven years with 1860 Munich as a central midfielder ... Member of extended U-18 German national team and All-Star State team ... Helped lead state team to indoor championships three consecutive years from 2008-10. Personal — Decided to attend UCLA because it provided the ideal combination of elite athletics and academics ... Hobbies include soccer, hanging out with friends and travelling ... Parents:Waldemar and Kathrin Stolz ... Has two younger brothers,Alexander and Victor ... Born February 15, 1991 ... Economics major.

Career Statistics Yr GP 2011 (GMU) 18

GS 18

Sh 48

Gl 4

A 3

Pts 11

6-2 • 175 Freshman • Defender Santa Monica, CA Crossroads HS/Pateadores

U.S. National Team — Competed for the U.S. U-18 National Team at the 2011 Milk Cup in Northern Ireland, helping the team to a third-place finish ... Trained with the U.S. U-20 National Team in the winter of 2012. High School/Club — Played for two years at Crossroads High School in Santa Monica, Calif. ... Rated No. 23 recruit in the country by Top Drawer Soccer ... Member of Pateadores Club team that won the 2010-2011 U.S. U-17/18 Development Academy Championship ... Named to the 2010-2011 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Starting XI ... Member of LA Galaxy U-18 Youth Academy team, playing in two reserve games with the club. Personal — Decided to attend UCLA because it was close to home and because of the good weather and great soccer program ... Lists his biggest thrill as winning the Development Academy National Championship with Pateadores in 2011 ... Parents: John Howell and Michelle Torre ... Mother Michelle attended UCLA ... Full name is Javan Rene Torre Howell ... Born October 20, 1993 ... Undeclared major.

GWG 1

#19 Jake Tenzer

#20 Andrew Tusaazemajja

6-0 • 170 Redshirt Freshman • Goalkeeper Pacific Palisades, CA Crossroads School/Central California Blues

2011 — Redshirted the season. High School/Club — Played four years at Crossroads School … Named to the All-CIF team in 2011 … Earned first-team all-league honors in 2010 after posting a goals against average of 0.375 … Earned second-team all-league honors in 2009 … Named the team's Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 … Won the adidas Golden Glove at 2010 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships as the goalkeeper for Cal-South, which advanced to the championship game … Also led his ODP team to the Region IV title in 2010 … Played club soccer with the Central California Blues, which won the 2010 Surf Cup. Personal — Biggest athletic thrills were winning the Surf Cup in 2010 and winning the adidas Golden Glove for ODP for 2010 … Admires Iker Casillas and Muhammad Ali … Parents: Stuart and Moira … Has an older brother, Harrison … Full name is Jacob Louis Tenzer … Born Sept. 9, 1993 in Los Angeles, CA … Pre-Business-Economics major.

5-7 • 165 Junior • Forward Panorama City, CA Fulton College Prep/Real SoCal

2011 — Played in 10 games, with one start at Santa Clara. 2010 — Played in 18 games, making eight starts … Recorded an assist in the overtime win over San Diego. High School/Club — Led Fulton College Prep to league titles in 2009 and 2010 … Set a school record in 2007-08 with 55 points (20 goals, 15 assists) and broke it in 2009-10 with 56 points (19 goals and a league-record 18 assists) … Scored 16 goals with 10 assists during his junior season … Lettered three years in cross country and volleyball … Won team city and league cross country titles in 2007 and 2009 and all-league honors all three years … Playing for Real SoCal, he was named the Surf Cup MVP in 2009 … Led his team to the 2009 Dallas Cup championship and the 2009 Surf Cup championship, as well as the 2008 Regional Championship and to the 2008 National semifinals … Has been on the Socal State ODP team since 2007 and was part of the Region IV teams in 2007 and 2008 … Played in Spain with the Region IV team in 2008. Personal — Listed his greatest athletic thrill as winning the Dallas Cup in 2009 … Admires Thierry Henry … Parents: Patrick Muwanga and Jane E Ssonko … Has two brothers, Nelson Katindo and Patrick Mukiibi, and three sisters, Solome Tebaliko, Lilian Nakatindo, and Kate Zalwango … Full name is Andrew Tusaazemajja … Born September 9, 1992 in Uganda, Kampala … Physiological Science major with a career interest in being a chiropractor.

Career Statistics Yr 2010 2011

GP 18 10

GS 8 1

Sh 10 3

Gl 0 0

A 1 0

Pts 1 0

GWG 0 0

Totals

28

9

13

0

1

1

0

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Player Biographies

#6 Matt Wiet

#24 Reed Williams

5-11 • 170 Senior • Defender Columbus, OH Indiana University Worthington Kilbourne HS/Crew Soccer Academy

6-2 • 175 Junior • Forward Newport Beach, CA Corona Del Mar HS/Slammers FC

2011 — NSCAA Third-team AllFar West selection for the second year in a row ... Second-team AllPac-12 selection ... Voted UCLA's Defensive MVP for the second consecutive year ... Earned honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic honors ... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week for Sept. 26-Oct. 2 after helping the Bruins post shutouts over Cal and Stanford ... Starter in all 24 games and recorded one assist at Oregon State ... Defensively, helped lead UCLA to 12 shutouts, the third-highest total in school history, including a school-record tying eight in a row. 2010 — NSCAA All-Far West third-team selection … Voted UCLA's Defensive MVP … One of four players to start and play in all 22 games … Third on the team in minutes played with 1,985 … Helped the Bruin defense record nine shutouts on the year, the most by a UCLA team since 2005. 2009 (Indiana Univ.) — Appeared in 21 matches with 20 starts for the Hoosiers … Unanimous selection to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team … Named to theTop Drawer Soccer All-Rookie second team … Recorded his first career assist in a 3-2 win over New Mexico and added another assist against Evansville … Named to University of Akron Tournament All-Tournament Team … Moved back to defense, where he helped record eight shutouts. High School/Club — 2008 NSCAA/adidas Boys High School All-American … Named the 2008 Huntington Bank/Ohio High School Magazine Boys Player of theYear … Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Player of theYear, Central District Player of the Year and OCC Central Division Player of theYear … Two-time All-Ohio and all-district honoree and OSSCA first team selection … Four-year starter and part of a team that recorded 43 shutouts in 79 career matches … Recorded 11 goals and 17 assists … Team captain his junior and senior seasons … Led team to two regional championship appearances and four district titles … In 2008 the squad was 18-3-0, winning the Ohio Capital Conference championship and was a regional runner-up … Played for Crew Soccer Academy, which made the U.S. Soccer U-18 Developmental Academy national tournament semifinals and finished the year ranked third nationally. Personal — Member of the National Honor Society and maintained a 4.0 GPA in high school … Parents: Gregory and Susan Wiet … Has three brothers, Christopher, Ryan and William, and two sisters, Katie and Abby ... Born September 23, 1990 … Physiological Science major.

Career Statistics Yr 2009 (IU) 2010 2011

GP 21 22 24

GS 20 22 24

Sh 4 12 8

Gl 0 0 0

A 2 0 1

Pts 2 0 1

GWG 0 0 0

Totals

67

66

24

0

3

3

0

2011 — Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic selection ... Scored his only goal of the season in the second overtime of the NCAA quarterfinal match at Louisville ... Assisted on the game-winner against Delaware in the NCAA second round and also had an assist in the win at Cal ... Played in 20 games with seven starts. 2010 — Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection … Ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 14 points and in goals scored with five … Recorded a goal or assist in each of the last four games of the season … Scored the game-winning goal in the 85th minute at Cal State Fullerton and also had the game-winner against Sacramento State in the NCAA second round … Also had goals against UC Riverside, Oregon State and at San Diego State … Played in all 22 games and made 14 starts. High School/Club — ESPN RISE All-American in 2010 … Gatorade State Player of the Year for California and the CIF-SS Division IV Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 … Played four years of varsity soccer at Corona Del Mar HS … . Leading goal scorer in Orange County in 2010 with 32 goals, to go along with 12 assists … Led his team to the 2010 CIF-State Division II title … As a junior, he recorded 17 goals and five assists en route to earning All-CIF honors and being named the Pacific Coast League Offensive MVP … Played club soccer with Slammers FC and with the LA Galaxy Development Academy U18 team … His club teams advanced to the Region IV semifinals twice and to the Surf Cup finals once. Personal — Describes his biggest athletic thrills as winning the State championship with his high school squad … Admires English forward Wayne Rooney … Hobbies are basketball and video games … Parents: Richard and Lori Williams … Has an older brother, Mitchell, and younger sister, Alyssa … Full name is Reed Joseph Williams … Born November 12, 1991 in Laguna Hills, CA … Pre-Business Economics major.

Career Statistics Yr 2010 2011

GP 22 20

GS 14 7

Sh 22 11

Gl 5 1

A 4 2

Pts 14 4

GWG 2 1

Totals

42

21

33

6

6

18

3

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2011 Season Stats Final Record: 18-4-2 Overall (10-0-0 in the Pac-12 Conference, 1st Place) Player Chandler Hoffman Kelyn Rowe Ryan Hollingshead Victor Chavez Eder Arreola Victor Munoz Andy Rose Shawn Singh Patrick Matchett Reed Williams Fernando Monge Joe Sofia Ryan Lee Evan Raynr Zack Foxhoven Matt Wiet Chris Cummings Andrew Tusaazemajja Reed McKenna Bradley McIntosh Oscar Reyes UCLA Totals Opponent Totals

GP 24 24 20 24 23 22 24 24 21 20 24 24 14 23 11 24 8 10 6 1 3 24 24

GS 24 18 16 7 16 1 24 22 17 7 22 24 4 4 5 24 3 1 0 0 1 – –

Min 1997 1751 1221 993 1317 561 2215 2027 1662 715 1391 2200 360 899 328 2174 224 148 112 22 33 – –

Goalkeepers Brian Rowe Earl Edwards Team UCLA Totals Opponent Totals

GP 22 2 – 24 24

GS 22 2 – – –

Min 2046:09 189:29 – 2235:38 2235:38

1 17 8

2 22 11

Team Stats UCLA Opponents

Scoring & Results

1OT 2 1

Sh 53 69 23 28 38 13 15 4 1 11 26 4 3 14 4 8 1 3 3 0 0 321 262

Y-R 0-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 3-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 20-2 40-4

Sv. 69 4 1 74 84 2OT 2 0

Gl 18 6 3 4 3 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 20 SO 12 0 0 12 1

Tot 43 20

A 6 10 7 3 4 8 3 5 7 2 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 63 16 GA 17 3 0 20 43

CK 118 79

GAA 0.75 1.42 0.00 0.81 1.73

Pts 42 22 13 11 10 10 7 7 7 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 149 56

Patrick Matchett

GWG 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 4

W-L-T 17-3-2 1-1-0 0-0-0 18-4-2 4-18-2

Fl 239 254

Evan Raynr

Date 8/27 9/2 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/23 9/25 9/30 10/2 10/7

Opponent at Louisville at Santa Clara at UC Davis SAINT MARY’S LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UC SANTA BARBARA at San Diego SEATTLE UNIVERSITY SMU CALIFORNIA STANFORD at Washington

Result/Score L 0-2 T 2-2 L 1-2 (OT) W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 1-0 (OT) W 2-1 L 1-2 W 1-0 (OT) W 2-0 W 4-1

Attendance 7821 702 1050 550 511 2965 664 2350 575 2105 1261 1413

10/9 10/16 10/22 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/6 11/12 11/20 11/27

at Oregon State SAN DIEGO STATE CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE WASHINGTON OREGON STATE at California at Stanford at San Diego State DELAWARE # RUTGERS #

W 2-1 W 2-0 L 2-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 (2OT) W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 3-0

495 800 919 821 597 385 919 404 381 749

12/3 12/9

at Louisville # vs. North Carolina #

W 1-0 (2OT) T 2-2 (1-3 PKs)

4832 9623

Goals Scored (Assists) – Hoffman (un); Arreola (Singh) Hoffman (K. Rowe) Hoffman (Arreola, Singh); K. ROWE (Matchett, Munoz) Lee (Hollingshead); HOFFMAN (Raynr) Hoffman (K. Rowe); Hoffman (K. Rowe); HOFFMAN (Chavez) K. ROWE (Foxhoven) Hoffman (K. Rowe, Cummings); K. ROWE (Munoz, Singh) Hoffman (Foxhoven, Hollingshead) ROSE (Singh, Munoz) HOLLINGSHEAD (K. Rowe, Arreola); Rose (PK) K. Rowe (Hoffman); HOLLINGSHEAD (Hoffman, Matchett); Arreola (Matchett); Chavez (Munoz, Raynr) K. Rowe (Munoz, Wiet); MUNOZ (Hollingshead, Matchett) HOFFMAN (K. Rowe, Sofia); Hoffman (Munoz, Chavez) Hoffman (Monge, Arreola); Hoffman (Rose, Arreola) SOFIA (K. Rowe, Rose) MONGE (Chavez, Rose) ARREOLA (Matchett, Hoffman); Hoffman (Munoz, Williams) CHAVEZ (Hoffman); Own Goal; Singh (un) CHAVEZ (Munoz); Hoffman (Singh, K. Rowe) HOFFMAN (Hollingshead, Williams) HOFFMAN (Hollingshead, Matchett); Chavez (K. Rowe); Hoffman (K. Rowe, Hollingshead) WILLIAMS (Matchett, Hollingshead) Hollingshead (Hoffman); K. Rowe (Hoffman)

Home matches and game-winning goals in BOLD CAPS. # - NCAA Tournament games

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2011 Game-By-Game Box Scores #1 Louisville 2, #2 UCLA 0 August 27 @ Louisville, KY

Scoring UCLA Louisville

1st 0 1

2nd 0 1

F 0 2

Scoring Summary LOU - Own Goal - 5:39 LOU - Rolfe (Walker) - 46:29 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (4/90); LOU - Boudreaux (2/90) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Chavez, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Sofia (Subs: Munoz, Cummings, McKenna, Lee, Williams, Raynr) LOU - Boudreaux, Cochrane, Delpiccolo, Smith, Farrell, DeLeon, Rolfe, Rodgers, Walker, Vitalis, Berry (Subs: Sanchez, Tufty, Granger, Knight, Trejo) Shots: UCLA 9, LOU 11; Corners: UCLA 3, LOU 4; Fouls: UCLA 9, LOU 15 – Attendance: 7,821

#6 UCLA 2, Santa Clara 2

September 2 @ Santa Clara, CA Scoring 1st 2nd OT 2OT F UCLA 1 1 0 0 2 Santa Clara 1 1 0 0 2 Scoring Summary SCU - Hurtado (unassisted) - 7:57 UCLA - Hoffman (unassisted) - 16:56 UCLA - Arreola (Singh) - 69:15 SCU - Bates (Mitchell) - 83:34 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (4/110); SCU - Klasila (3/110) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman,Tusaazemajja, Sofia (Subs: Chavez, Munoz, Cummings, Foxhoven, Lee, Williams, McIntosh, Raynr) SCU - Klasila, Bates, Castellanos, Zimmerman, Mitchell, Montes, K. Kameya, Daus, Romero, Hurtado, Culver (Subs: Maeda, Vass, DeCosta, Fitschen, Character, T. Kameya, Martinez, Hanley, Muscarella, Masch) Shots: UCLA 12, SCU 17; Corners: UCLA 4, SCU 5; Fouls: UCLA 20, SCU 15 – Attendance: 702

UC Davis 2, #6 UCLA 1 September 4 @ Davis, CA

Scoring UCLA UC Davis

1st 0 0

2nd 1 1

OT 0 1

F 1 2

Scoring Summary UCD - Aguiar (Manella) - 47:26 UCLA - Hoffman (K. Rowe) - 86:41 UCD - Henry (Joslin) - 99:29

Starters UCLA - Edwards, Rose,Wiet, Arreola, Chavez, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Cummings, Hoffman, Sofia (Subs: Singh, Munoz, Foxhoven, Tusaazemajja, Lee, Williams, Raynr) UCD - Zeenni, Henry, Grigoriev,Aguiar, Shawlee, Joslin, Martin Del Campo, Patterson, Cuellar, Ford, Sheldon (Subs: Brown, Chopan, Wiesenfarth, Palmer, Hord, Rascon, Manella) Shots: UCLA 16, UCD 12; Corners: UCLA 6, UCD 8; Fouls: UCLA 11, UCD 9 – Attendance: 1,050

#17 UCLA 2, Saint Mary’s 1

September 9 @ North Athletic Field 1st 0 0

2nd 1 2

F 1 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Hoffman (Arreola, Singh) - 48:03 UCLA - K. Rowe (Matchett, Munoz) - 72:16 SMC - Conner (Mohoric) - 84:54 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) Saint Mary’s - Herrick (4/90); UCLA - Edwards (1/90) Starters Saint Mary’s - Herrick,Newquist,Fumia,Godinez,Sarabia,Cazarez, Mohoric, Grider, Arambula, Alugas, Watson (Subs: Cunningham, Medina, Cabeza, Hanley, Conner) UCLA - Edwards, Singh, Rose,Wiet,Arreola, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Reyes, Chavez, Munoz, Cummings, Foxhoven, McKenna, Tusaazemajja, Raynr)

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#17 UCLA 2, Loyola Marymount 1

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Munoz, Foxhoven, Williams) Shots: SU 10, UCLA - 15; Corners: SU 4, UCLA 8; Fouls: SU 10, UCLA 7 — Attendance: 2,350

September 11 @ North Athletic Field

Scoring Loyola Marymount UCLA

1st 0 2

2nd 1 0

F 1 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Lee (Hollingshead) - 12:43 UCLA - Hoffman (Raynr) - 26:15 LMU - Jozkowicz (Penalty Kick) - 51:52 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) LMU - McCormack (0/48), Young (1/42); UCLA - B. Rowe (1/90) Starters LMU - McCormack, Boland, Krumpe, Barba, Da Silva, Jozkowicz, Downes, Felix, McDaniel, Reiter, Ponce (Subs: Young, Johanson, Sears, Seedman, Clifton, Greenman, Lacouture, Nitti, McCracken, Bacic, McFarlin) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Foxhoven, Hoffman, Lee, Sofia (Subs: Arreola, Chavez, Munoz, McKenna, Raynr, Matchett) Shots: LMU 4, UCLA 13; Corners: LMU 4, UCLA 6; Fouls: LMU 10, UCLA 16 – Attendance: 511

SMU 2, #13 UCLA 1

September 25 @ Drake Stadium Scoring SMU UCLA

1st 2 1

1st 1 0

2nd 1 3

F 2 3

Scoring Summary UCSB - Kiffe (David) - 34:43 UCLA - Hoffman (K. Rowe) - 51:52 UCLA - Hoffman (K. Rowe) - 67:07 UCLA - Hoffman (Chavez) - 70:51 UCSB - Garza (Penalty Kick) - 73:00

Starters SMU - Ibarra, Kalis, de Almeida, Rosales, Ivo, Barnes, Simmons, Castillo, Still, Engel, Nelson (Subs: Hickey, Kumeh, Hill, Aranda, Cooper) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet, K. Rowe, Munoz, Hollingshead, Foxhoven, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Chavez, Monge, Lee, Williams, Raynr) Shots: SMU - 8, UCLA 10; Corners: SMU - 0, UCLA 6; Fouls: SMU 14, UCLA 14 — Attendance: 575

#16 UCLA 1, California 0

September 30 @ Drake Stadium Scoring California UCLA

#16 UCLA 1, San Diego 0 OT 1 0

F 1 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - K. Rowe (Foxhoven) - 91:28 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (4/91); USD - Campbell (1/91) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Cummings, Foxhoven, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Singh, Chavez, Monge, Munoz, McKenna, Tusaazemajja, Raynr) USD - Campbell, Cohn, McFadden,Wallen,Armstrong, GalbraithKnapp, Posa, Delgado, Blase, Duke, Reza (Subs: Meade, Dei Rossi, Klauer, O’Connor) Shots: UCLA 8, USD 14; Corners: UCLA 1, USD 1; Fouls: UCLA 10, USD 4 — Attendance: 664

#13 UCLA 2, Seattle University 1 September 23 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring Seattle University UCLA

1st 0 1

OT 0 1

F 0 1

Starters CAL - Peach, Neil, Munoz, Ortega, Fitzpatrick, Salciccia, Sundly, Birnbaum, Casiple, Dean, Lunt (Subs: Marsh, Shaddock, Jalali, Hallisey) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Arreola, Chavez, Munoz, Foxhoven, Raynr) Shots: CAL 6, UCLA 17; Corners: CAL 5, UCLA 6; Fouls: CAL 8, UCLA 12 — Attendance: 2,105

#16 UCLA 2, Stanford 0

Shots: UCSB 14, UCLA 16; Corners: UCSB 4, UCLA 11; Fouls: UCSB 10, UCLA 9 — Attendance: 2,965

2nd 0 0

2nd 0 0

Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) CAL - Peach (4/91); UCLA - B. Rowe (2/91)

Starters UCSB - Grandt, Schmetz, Baiden, Silva, David, Pontius, Glodack, Garza, Opoku, Madueno, Kiffe (Subs: Ibrahim, Ryan, Sarle) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Foxhoven, Hoffman, Lee, Sofia (Subs: Arreola, Chavez, McKenna, Raynr, Matchett)

1st 0 0

1st 0 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - Rose (Singh, Munoz) - 90:59

Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCSB - Grandt (1/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (6/90)

Scoring UCLA San Diego

F 2 1

Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) SMU - Ibarra (3/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (4/90)

September 16 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring UC Santa Barbara UCLA

2nd 0 0

Scoring Summary SMU - Ivo (unassisted) - 1:01 UCLA - Hoffman (Foxhoven, Hollingshead) - 10:30 SMU - Castillo (Engel) - 26:54

#16 UCLA 3, #6 UC Santa Barbara 2

Sept. 18 @ San Diego, CA

Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - Edwards (3/99); UCD - Zeenni (4/99)

Scoring Saint Mary’s UCLA

Shots: Saint Mary’s 11, UCLA 11; Corners: Saint Mary’s 5, UCLA 11; Fouls: Saint Mary’s 13, UCLA 9 – Attendance: 550

2nd 1 1

F 1 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Hoffman (K. Rowe, Cummings) - 21:11 SU - Roussos (Penalty Kick) - 64:07 UCLA - K. Rowe (Munoz, Singh) - 78:40 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) SU - Feener (4/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (2/90), Team (1/0) Starters SU - Feener, Cook, Striar, Hamer, Greenburg, Heim, Kosaka, Blair, Bandeira, Roussos, Klitgaard (Subs: Ramos, Sciabica, Hanson) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Cummings, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Arreola, Chavez,

October 2 @ North Athletic Field Scoring Stanford UCLA

1st 0 0

2nd 0 2

F 0 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Hollingshead (K. Rowe, Arreola) - 52:25 UCLA - Rose (Penalty Kick) - 59:47 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) STAN - Dodson (7/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (2/90) Starters STAN - Dodson, Koval, Gorskie, Gunther, Levine, Ryan, Binnie, Jahn,Abolfathi,Anderson, G. Grafentin (Subs: Noguerol,Amman, Wilson, Batteer, Callinan, Holz) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, Foxhoven, Hoffman, Lee, Raynr, Sofia (Subs: Chavez, K. Rowe, Munoz, Hollingshead, McKenna, Tusaazemajja, Williams, Matchett) Shots: STAN 8, UCLA 15; Corners: STAN 2, UCLA 2; Fouls: STAN 7, UCLA 6 — Attendance: 1,261

#13 UCLA 4, Washington 1 October 7 @ Seattle, WA

Scoring UCLA Washington

1st 2 1

2nd 2 0

F 4 1

Scoring Summary UCLA - K. Rowe (Hoffman) - 10:10 UCLA - Hollingshead (Hoffman, Matchett) - 21:23 UW - Beasley (Thoma) - 37:31 UCLA - Arreola (Matchett) - 62:21 UCLA - Chavez (Munoz, Raynr) - 88:01 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (2/90); UW - Richey (3/90) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Chavez, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Arreola, Munoz,


2011 Game-By-Game Box Scores Foxhoven, Tusaazemajja, Lee, Williams, Raynr) UW - Richey, Tucker-Gangnes, McCool, Hustedt, Beasley, Aman, Fisk, Brundage, Richards, Harris, Finch (Subs: Thoma, James, Wissing, Crenshaw) Shots: UCLA 11, UW 11; Corners: UCLA 3, UW 2; Fouls: UCLA 7, UW 7 — Attendance: 1,413

#13 UCLA 2, Oregon State 1 October 9 @ Corvallis, OR

Scoring UCLA Oregon State

1st 1 1

2nd 1 0

F 2 1

Scoring Summary OSU - Swenson (Welshman, Reckmeyer) - 4:09 UCLA - K. Rowe (Wiet, Munoz) - 43:37 UCLA - Munoz (Hollingshead, Matchett) - 89:26 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (4/90); OSU - Spangler (3/90) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Lee, Sofia (Subs: Chavez, Munoz,Williams, Raynr, Matchett) OSU - Spangler, T. Anderson, Lamb, Seymore, Welshman, Farfan, Harms, Swenson, Eckerson, Parker, Reckmeyer (Subs: Hansen, Mitchell, Smith, Van Vleet, Penny) Shots: UCLA 14, OSU 16; Corners: UCLA 8, OSU 7; Fouls: UCLA 4, OSU 11 — Attendance: 495

#9 UCLA 2, #24 San Diego State 0 October 16 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring 1st 2nd F San Diego State 0 0 0 UCLA 0 2 2 Scoring Summary UCLA - Hoffman (K. Rowe, Sofia) - 69:17 UCLA - Hoffman (Munoz, Chavez) - 83:17 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) SDSU - Hylen (2/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (5/90) Starters SDSU - Hylen, Steres,Adan,Altamirano, Byass,Villon, Pegg, Meuser, Davies, Smith, Ongaro (Subs: Sacco, Gooch, Ozbay, Hewett, Freise, Channell, Duff) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet, Chavez, Monge, K. Rowe, Hoffman, Raynr, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Arreola, Munoz, Williams) Shots: SDSU 10, UCLA 9; Corners: SDSU 0, UCLA 3; Fouls: SDSU 2, UCLA 11 — Attendance: 800

Cal State Northridge 3, #7 UCLA 2 October 22 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring 1st 2nd F Cal State Northridge 1 2 3 UCLA 2 0 2 Scoring Summary CSUN - Gonzalez (Ramos) - 33:15 UCLA - Hoffman (Monge, Arreola) - 38:48 UCLA - Hoffman (Rose, Arreola) - 43:33 CSUN - Behrad (J. Garcia, Franco) - 82:43 CSUN - Rivas (J. Garcia) - 86:03 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) CSUN - Abalos (0/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (2/90) Starters CSUN - Abalos, Franco,Azulay, R. Garcia, Rivas,Anguiano, Bowlin, Gutierrez, Smith, Hamilton, Ramos (Subs: Rosas, J. Garcia, Behrad, Benavides, Barak, Gonzalez) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet,Arreola, Monge, K. Rowe, Hoffman, Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Chavez, Munoz, Raynr) Shots: CSUN 11, UCLA 8; Corners: CSUN 4, UCLA 5; Fouls: CSUN 10, UCLA 10 — Attendance: 919

# 10 UCLA 1, #19 Washington 0 October 28 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring Washington UCLA

1st 0 0

2nd 0 1

F 0 1

Munoz, Williams) Shots: UW 5, UCLA 15; Corners: UW 1, UCLA 6; Fouls: UW 9, UCLA 11 — Attendance: 821

# 10 UCLA 1, Oregon State 0 October 30 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring 1st 2nd OT 2OT F Oregon State 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 0 0 0 1 1 Scoring Summary UCLA - Monge (Chavez, Rose) - 102:12 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) OSU - Spangler (5/102); UCLA - B. Rowe (3/102) Starters OSU - Spangler, Lamb, Seymore, von Allworden, Welshman, Farfan, Harms, Swenson, Mitchell, Eckerson, B. Anderson (Subs: T. Anderson, Raskowsky, Paden, Smith, Van Vleet, Parker, Penny, Reckmeyer) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Reyes, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, K. Rowe, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Chavez, Munoz, Lee, Williams, Raynr)

#13 UCLA 1, Delaware 0

November 20 @ Drake Stadium Scoring 1st 2nd F Delaware 0 0 0 UCLA 0 1 1 Scoring Summary UCLA - Hoffman (Hollingshead, Williams) - 83:16 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UD - Devaux (5/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (3/90) Starters UD - Devaux,Ellis,Ignacio,O’Connor,Dineen,Frimpong,Gimenez, Fontaine, Garrity, Mediate, Nartey (Subs: Nuel) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Chavez, Monge, Hoffman, Raynr, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: K. Rowe, Munoz, Hollingshead, Lee, Williams) Shots: UD 11, UCLA 13; Corners: UD 0, UCLA 3; Fouls: UD 11, UCLA 11 — Attendance: 381

#13 UCLA 3, Rutgers 0

Shots: OSU 9, UCLA 24; Corners: OSU 6, UCLA 7; Fouls: OSU 17, UCLA 9 — Attendance: 597

# 8 UCLA 2, California 0 November 4 @ Berkeley, CA

Scoring UCLA California

1st 1 0

2nd 1 0

F 2 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - Arreola (Matchett, Hoffman) - 36:41 UCLA - Hoffman (Munoz, Williams) - 88:33 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (0/90); CAL - Peach (8/90) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Chavez, Monge, K. Rowe, Hoffman, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Munoz, Hollingshead, Tusaazemajja, Lee, Williams, Raynr) CAL - Peach, Marsh, Ortega, Fitzpatrick, Salciccia, Sundly, Birnbaum, Casiple, Dean, Lunt, Rawji (Subs: Neil, Serrano, Munoz, Jalali, Simkins) Shots: UCLA 21, CAL 8; Corners: UCLA 2, CAL 2; Fouls: UCLA 7, CAL 13 — Attendance: 385

# 8 UCLA 3, Stanford 0

November 6 @ Palo Alto, CA Scoring 1st 2nd F UCLA 2 1 3 Stanford 0 0 0 Scoring Summary UCLA - Chavez (Hoffman) - 13:14 UCLA - Own Goal - 14:19 UCLA - Singh (unassisted) - 56:29 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (1/90); STAN - Hutchins (4/90) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet,Arreola, Chavez, Monge, Hoffman,Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: K. Rowe, Munoz, Cummings, Tusaazemajja, Lee, Raynr) STAN - Hutchins, Koval, Gorskie, Gunther, Levine, Ryan,Amman, B. Grafentin, Abolfathi, Holz, Anderson (Subs: Noguerol, Jahn, Batteer, Edwards, Callinan, G. Grafentin) Shots: UCLA 12, STAN 8; Corners: UCLA 3, STAN 1; Fouls: UCLA 11, STAN 14 — Attendance: 919

#6 UCLA 2, San Diego State 0 November 12 @ San Diego, CA

Scoring UCLA San Diego State

1st 1 0

2nd 1 0

F 2 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - Chavez (Munoz) - 44:55 UCLA - Hoffman (Singh, K. Rowe) - 82:46

Scoring Summary UCLA - Sofia (K. Rowe, Rose) - 70:31

Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (5/90); SDSU - Boyken (0/22), Hylen (2/68)

Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UW - Richey (5/90); UCLA - B. Rowe (0/90)

Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, K. Rowe, Hoffman, Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Chavez, Munoz, Hollingshead, Tusaazemajja, Raynr) SDSU - Boyken,Abraham, Steres,Adan,Altamirano, Byass,Villon, Meuser, Hewett, Davies, Freise (Subs: Hylen, Sacco, Pegg, Ozbay, Smith, Ongaro)

Starters UW - Richey, Tucker-Gangnes, McCool, Hustedt, Beasley, Fisk, Brundage, Richards, Harris, Thoma, Finch (Subs: Ranahan, Aman, Klein, James) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Monge, K. Rowe, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Raynr, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Arreola, Chavez,

Shots: UCLA 8, SDSU 12; Corners: UCLA 4, SDSU 5; Fouls: UCLA 6, SDSU 7 — Attendance: 404

November 27 @ Drake Stadium Scoring Rutgers UCLA

1st 0 2

2nd 0 1

F 0 3

Scoring Summary UCLA - Hoffman (Hollingshead, Matchett) - 0:41 UCLA - Chavez (K. Rowe) - 43:14 UCLA - Hoffman (K. Rowe, Hollingshead) - 48:18 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) RU - McMullen (4/90, Team (1/0); UCLA - B. Rowe (3/90) Starters RU - McMullen, Setchell, Bourdeau, Cuevas, Bruccoleri, Kamara, Archer, Calafiore, Knibbs, Naumoski, Correa (Subs: Winslow, Eze, Webb) UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose,Wiet,Arreola, Monge, Hollingshead, Hoffman,Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Reyes, Chavez, K. Rowe, Munoz, Cummings, Tusaazemajja, Lee, Raynr) Shots: RU 11, UCLA 12; Corners: RU 1, UCLA 3; Fouls: RU 20, UCLA 7 — Attendance: 749

#13 UCLA 1, #12 Louisville 0 December 3 @ Louisville, KY

Scoring 1st 2nd OT 2OT F UCLA 0 0 0 1 1 Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 Scoring Summary UCLA - Williams (Hollingshead, Matchett) - 101:31 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (3/101); LOU - Boudreaux (4/101) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, Hollingshead, Hoffman, Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Chavez, K. Rowe, Raynr) LOU - Boudreaux, Cochrane, Delpiccolo, Farrell, DeLeon, Rolfe, Granger, Roman, Walker, Obbey, Berry (Subs: Smith, Tufty, Hamilton, Keller) Shots: UCLA 17, LOU 12; Corners: UCLA 6, LOU 4; Fouls: UCLA 14, LOU 6 — Attendance: 4,832

#13 UCLA 2, #1 North Carolina 2 December 9 @ Hoover, AL

Scoring 1st 2nd OT 2OT F UCLA 1 1 0 0 2 North Carolina 0 2 0 0 2 Scoring Summary UCLA - Hollingshead (Hoffman) - 16:24 UNC - Lovejoy (Speas) - 55:46 UCLA - K. Rowe (Hoffman) - 73:46 UNC - Schuler (Martinez) - 84:47 Shootout Results UCLA: Rose/N, K. Rowe/N, Munoz/Y, Monge/N UNC: Urso/Y, McKinney/Y, Schuler/N, Speas/Y North Carolina wins shootout 3-1 Goalkeepers (Saves/Min.) UCLA - B. Rowe (9/110); UNC - Goodwin (4/110) Starters UCLA - B. Rowe, Singh, Rose, Wiet, Arreola, Monge, Hollingshead, Hoffman,Williams, Sofia, Matchett (Subs: Chavez, K. Rowe, Munoz, Raynr) UNC - Goodwin, Urso, Okwuonu, Lopez, Hedges, McCrary, Schuler, Martinez, Speas, McKinney, Lovejoy (Subs: Murphy, Gafa) Shots: UCLA 16, UNC 22; Corners: UCLA 1, UNC 4; Fouls: UCLA 8, UNC 12 — Attendance: 9,623

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Bruins in the Conference Men’s soccer is in its 13th year as a Pac-12 (formerly Pac-10) Conference sanctioned sport. Six teams comprise the Pac-12 Men’s Soccer Conference - UCLA, California, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and 2005 addition San Diego State. The Pac-12 branched out of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) after the 1999 season to form its own conference. Since 2000, the conference has had at least two teams advance to the NCAA Tournament in every season but one, and in 2002

2011 Pac-12 Standings School UCLA Washington San Diego State Stanford Oregon State California

Pac-12 W-L-T 10-0-0 7-3-0 4-5-1 3-6-1 3-6-1 0-7-3

Pts. 30 21 13 10 10 3

All-Time Conference Winners 1992 Mountain Division: Washington, Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF Champion: Washington

1993 Mountain Division: Air Force, Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF Champion: UCLA

1994 Mountain Division: Fresno St., Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF Champion: Fresno State

1995 Mountain Division: Fresno St., Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF Champion: UCLA

1996 Mountain Division: California, Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF Champion: UCLA

1997 Mountain Division: Stanford, Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF and NCAA Champion: UCLA

1998 MPSF Champion: Washington

1999 Mountain Division: Washington, Pacific Division: UCLA MPSF Champion: Washington

2000 Pac-10 Winner: Washington

2001 Pac-10 Winner: Stanford

2002 Pac-10 Winner: UCLA

Pct. .792 .722 .605 .389 .333 .324

Over the years, the Pac-12 has upheld its tradition as the “Conference of Champions.” Pac-12 members have claimed an incredible 119 NCAA team titles since 1999-2000, including nine in 2011-12, averaging nearly nine championships per academic year. Even more impressive is the breadth of the Pac-12’s success, with championships coming in 28 different men’s and women’s sports. The Pac-12 has led the nation in NCAA Championships in 46 of the last 52 years and finished second four times. Spanning nearly a century of outstanding athletics achievements, the Pac-12 was the first conference to reach 400 championships in 2010-11. With the inclusion of Colorado and Utah, league teams have captured 451 NCAA titles (306 men’s, 145 women’s), outdistancing the next closest conference by nearly 200. Pac-12 Conference Office 1350 Treat Blvd., Suite 500, Walnut Creek, CA 94597-8853 Phone: 925/932-4411; Fax: 925/932-4601; Website: pac-12.org Member schools: Arizona • Arizona State • California • Colorado • Oregon • Oregon State • Stanford • UCLA • USC • Utah • Washington • Washington State

2011 Pac-12 Leaders

2011 Pac-12 All-Conference Team

Individual Points Chandler Hoffman, UCLA Brent Richards, WASH Kelyn Rowe, UCLA

42 25 22

Goals Chandler Hoffman, UCLA Brent Richards, WASH Jacob Hustedt, WASH Kelyn Rowe, UCLA

18 10 6 6

Goals Per Game Chandler Hoffman, UCLA Brent Richards, WASH Jacob Hustedt, WASH John Fitzpatrick, CAL

0.75 0.56 0.33 0.33

Assists Kelyn Rowe, UCLA Victor Munoz, UCLA Emery Welshman, OSU Ryan Hollingshead, UCLA Patrick Matchett, UCLA

10 8 7 7 7

Shutouts Brian Rowe, UCLA Spencer Richey, WASH Blake Hylen, SDSU

12 9 4

Saves Steve Spangler, OSU Blake Hylen, SDSU Brian Rowe, UCLA

Honorable Mention (UCLA only) Victor Chavez, F, So. Victor Munoz, MF, So. Evan Raynr, F/MF, Jr. Shawn Singh, D, Sr. Joe Sofia, D, So.

74 71 69

Coach of the Year Jorge Salcedo, UCLA Player of the Year Kelyn Rowe, UCLA

Pac-10 Winner: UCLA

Points UCLA San Diego State Washington

149 98 83

Goals UCLA San Diego State Washington

43 32 30

Assists UCLA San Diego State Washington

63 34 23

GAA Washington UCLA San Diego State

0.75 0.81 1.27

Shutouts UCLA Washington San Diego State

12 9 5

2005 Pac-10 Winner: UCLA

2006 Pac-10 Winner: California

2007 Pac-10 Winner: California

2008 Pac-10 Winner: UCLA

2009 Pac-10 Winner: UCLA

2010 Pac-10 Winner: California

2011 Pac-12 Winner: UCLA

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Second Team Pedro Adan, MF, RS Sr. - San Diego State Jose Altamirano, MF, Jr. - San Diego State Miles Byass, F, So. - San Diego State Roberto Farfan, MF, Jr. - Oregon State Ryan Hollingshead, MF/F, Jr. - UCLA Adam Jahn, F, Jr. - Stanford Spencer Richey, GK, So. - Washington Tony Salciccia, MF, Jr. - California Dylan Tucker-Gangnes, MF, Jr. - Washington Abraham Villon, MF, Jr. - San Diego State Matt Wiet, D, Jr. - UCLA

0.75 0.75 1.31

Team

Pac-10 Winner: UCLA

First Team Eder Arreola, F/MF, Sr. - UCLA Steve Birnbaum, D, Jr. - California Jamie Finch, D, Sr. - Washington Garrett Gunther, MF, Sr. - Stanford Chandler Hoffman, F, Jr. - UCLA Jacob Hustedt, MF, Sr. - Washington Brent Richards, F, Sr. - Washington Andy Rose, MF/D, Sr. - UCLA Brian Rowe, GK, RS Sr. - UCLA Kelyn Rowe, MF, So. - UCLA Daniel Steres, D, Sr. - San Diego State Emery Welshman, F, Jr. - Oregon State

GAA Spencer Richey, WASH Brian Rowe, UCLA Blake Hylen, SDSU

2003 2004

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Overall W-L-T 18-4-2 12-4-2 10-6-3 6-10-2 5-11-2 3-9-5

UCLA and Stanford faced each other in the Championship match, marking the first time two schools from the same conference have battled for the NCAA men’s soccer title.

Freshman of the Year Seth Casiple, California

UCLA’s Pac-12 Players of the Week Sept. 20 - Chandler Hoffman Oct. 11 - Victor Munoz Nov. 1 - Joe Sofia Nov. 8 - Shawn Singh Nov. 15 - Brian Rowe


Bruin All-Stars All-Americans

2011 .................... Brian Rowe (2nd)/(SA) ........................ Chandler Hoffman (3rd)/(SA) ............................................... Kelyn Rowe (SA) 2010 ...................................Kelyn Rowe (3rd) 2009 .....................Kyle Nakazawa (1st)/(SA) ................................................ Brian Perk (2nd) 2008 ............... Michael Stephens (2nd)/(SA) 2006 .............................. Sal Zizzo (2nd)/(SA) 2005 ........................................Marvell Wynne .............................................Patrick Ianni (2nd) 2004 .............................................Mike Enfield 2003 ....................................... Leonard Griffin ...............................................Matt Taylor (2nd) ............................................... Zach Wells (2nd) 2002 ............................................... Tim Pierce ........................................ Scot Thompson (SA) 2001 ............................................Alex Yi (3rd) 2000 ................... McKinley Tennyson, Jr. (2nd) ..........................................Shaun Tsakiris (2nd) 1999 ........................................Sasha Victorine ...................................Carlos Bocanegra (2nd) .......................................Nick Rimando (CSO) ..............................................Steve Shak (CSO) ..........................................Pete Vagenas (CSO) 1998 ............................................ Seth George .........................................Nick Rimando (2nd) ........................................ Sasha Victorine (3rd) .................................... Carlos Bocanegra (SA) ..............................................Steve Shak (CSO)

All-Far West Selections 2011 .................................... Chandler Hoffman ............................................................ Brian Rowe .................................................. Andy Rose (2nd) .................................................Kelyn Rowe (2nd)

1991 ............................................... Brad Friedel ...........................................................Mike Lapper .....................................................Joe-Max Moore ..............................................................Cobi Jones

.................................................... Matt Wiet (3rd)

1990 ...........................................Ray Fernandez ........................................................... Brad Friedel ..............................................................Cobi Jones .....................................................Joe-Max Moore ......................................................Billy Thompson .......................................Chris Henderson (2nd)

2010 .................................................Kelyn Rowe .................................................... Matt Wiet (3rd) 2009 ...........................................Kyle Nakazawa .............................................................. Brian Perk .......................................Michael Stephens (2nd) ..............................................David Estrada (3rd) 2008 .......................................Michael Stephens .......................................... Maxwell Griffin (2nd) .......................................... Jason Leopoldo (2nd) ...................................................Brad Rusin (2nd) 2007 .......................................Mike Zaher (3rd) 2006 ...................................................... Sal Zizzo ..................................................Mike Zaher (3rd) 2005 ................................................Patrick Ianni ...................................................... Marvell Wynne ................................................. Kamani Hill (2nd) ..................................................... Eric Reed (3rd) 2004 ................................................ Mike Enfield ..........................................................Aaron Lopez 2003 ........................................Adolfo Gregorio ..................................................... Leonard Griffin ............................................................. Matt Taylor ..............................................................Zach Wells

1997 .................................Seth George (2nd) ............................................ Matt Reis (SA, SN) ....................................Carlos Bocanegra (SN) .................................................Josh Keller (SN) ...................................................Tom Poltl (SN)

2002 ...................................................Tim Pierce ..........................................Scot Thompson (2nd) .................................................. Zach Wells (2nd) ..............................................Ryan Futagaki (3rd) ........................................ Adolfo Gregorio (3rd)

1996 ............................................... Tahj Jakins

2001 ..........................................................Alex Yi ........................................... Nelson Akwari (2nd) ................................................... Tim Pierce (3rd)

1995 ............................................Chris Snitko ..............................................Antè Razov (2nd) ...............................................Eddie Lewis (SN) ..............................................Greg Vanney (SN) 1994 ........................... Frankie Hejduk (2nd) ...............................................Eddie Lewis (SN) ............................................... Antè Razov (SN) 1993 ..........................................Jorge Salcedo 1992 ............................................Brad Friedel ..................................................Joe-Max Moore 1991 ............................................Brad Friedel ........................................................Mike Lapper ............................................... Cobi Jones (2nd) .......................................Joe-Max Moore (2nd) 1990 ...................................... Billy Thompson .............................................. Chris Henderson 1989 ..................................Steve Black (2nd) ..............................................Anton Nistl (2nd) 1988 ..................................... Billy Thompson 1987 ................................. Jeff Hooker (2nd) 1986 ......................................... Paul Caligiuri 1985 ......................................... Paul Caligiuri ................................................Dale Ervine (SA) 1984 ............................................Dale Ervine 1983 ............................................. Tim Harris ................................................Dale Ervine (SA) 1978 .......................................Ole Mikkelsen 1975 ..................................Peter Fredricksen 1974 ...........................................Firooz Fowzi 1973 .................................... Sergio Velasquez 1972 ...................... Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel ....................................................Shoa Agonafer 1971 ....................... Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel ....................................................Shoa Agonafer (Selections are NSCAA first-team unless otherwise indicated; SA - Soccer America; SN - Soccer News; CSO - College Soccer Online)

2000 ............................... McKinley Tennyson Jr. ........................................................Shaun Tsakiris ......................................................Ryan Lee (2nd) 1999 ......................................Carlos Bocanegra ......................................................Sasha Victorine ............................................ Nick Rimando (2nd) ...................................................Steve Shak (2nd) ............................................... Pete Vagenas (2nd) 1998 ......................................Carlos Bocanegra .......................................................... Seth George ....................................................... Nick Rimando ......................................................Sasha Victorine .....................................................Tom Poltl (2nd) 1997 ............................................. Seth George .................................................Josh Keller (2nd) .....................................................Tom Poltl (2nd) 1996 ....................................................Tahj Jakins ...........................................Sasha Victorine (2nd) ................................................Seth George (3rd) ........................................... Kevin Hartman (3rd) 1995 ................................................ Adam Frye ............................................................Eddie Lewis ............................................................ Antè Razov ...........................................................Chris Snitko ....................................................Tahj Jakins (2nd) ................................................ Greg Vanney (3rd) 1994 .........................................Frankie Hejduk .................................................Eddie Lewis (2nd) ................................................. Antè Razov (2nd) ................................................Chris Snitko (2nd) 1993 ........................................ Sean Henderson ................................................................ Tayt Ianni .........................................................Jorge Salcedo ................................................. Antè Razov (2nd) 1992 ............................................... Brad Friedel .....................................................Joe-Max Moore ............................................................Dan Beaney ................................................................ Tayt Ianni

1989 ................................................Anton Nistl .............................................................Steve Black ...........................................................Mike Lapper .................................................. Cobi Jones (2nd) 1988 ................................................Steve Black .......................................................Ray Fernandez ......................................................Billy Thompson 1987 ................................................Steve Black ......................................................Billy Thompson ................................................. Jeff Hooker (2nd) 1986 .............................................Paul Caligiuri ............................................................ Jeff Hooker ..................................................Eric Biefeld (2nd) ................................................... Tom Silvas (2nd) 1985 ..............................................Paul Caligiuri ............................................................ Dale Ervine ..........................................................Paul Krumpe ...............................................................Tom Silvas .......................................................... David Vanole 1984 ...................................................Tom Silvas ..........................................................Paul Krumpe ............................................................ Dale Ervine 1983 .................................................Tim Harris ............................................................ Dale Ervine ............................................................ Jeff Hooker

Sasha Victorine

National Player of the Year

2003 ......................Zach Wells (SI on Campus) 1999 ........ Sasha Victorine (M.A.C., NSCAA) 1992 ............ Brad Friedel (Hermann Trophy) 1990 ............................ Billy Thompson (ISAA) 1986 .............Paul Caligiuri (Soccer America)

ISAA Goalkeeper of the Year

1995 ............................................... Chris Snitko 1992 ............................................... Brad Friedel 1989 ................................................ Anton Nistl

Soccer America Freshman of the Year

1982 .................................................Tim Harris ............................................................ Dale Ervine ...............................................Paul Caligiuri (HM)

2006 .............................................David Estrada 1990 ............................................... Brad Friedel

1981 ..........................................Harry Tweedie ........................................................ Mike Getchell ..............................................................Tim Harris

2010 ................................................Kelyn Rowe ................................. Victor Chavez (2nd team) 2009 ............................................Amobi Okugo 2006 .............................................David Estrada ..................................................... Kyle Nakazawa ............................Michael Stephens (2nd team) 2005 ..................................................... Sal Zizzo 2003 ..............................................Chad Barrett ...................................................Brandon Owens 2000 ......................................................... Alex Yi 1997 ................................... Carlos Bocanegra ......................................... McKinley Tennyson, Jr. 1996 .......................................... Sasha Victorine 1990 ............................................... Brad Friedel .................................................... Joe-Max Moore 1989 ......................................Chris Henderson 1986 .............................................. Lucas Martin ........................................................... Anton Nistl 1983 .................................................Jeff Hooker ..............................................................Tom Silvas 1982 .................................................Dale Ervine .........................................................Paul Caligiuri

1980 .......................................... Ole Mikkelsen ............................................................ Mike Callan ............................................................. Bill Bugbee 1979 ............................................... Greg Logan ....................................................... Ole Mikkelsen 1978 ........................................Carlos Zavaleta ....................................................... Ole Mikkelsen ............................................................Yosi Mizrahi 1977 ........................................Carlos Zavaleta ............................................................Ike Ezidema ................................................................Leif Redal 1976 ...................................................Leif Redal ..............................................Olessegun Adewale ............................................................Ike Ezidema 1975 ................................................ Sigi Schmid ................................................................Leif Redal ......................................................... Raul Zavaleta .................................................Peter Fredrickson 1974 ....................................Peter Fredrickson .......................................................... Fred Decker ....................................................Sergio Velasquez ..........................................................Firooz Fowzi 1973 ..............................................Firooz Fowzi ..............................................Faregal Gebreyesus ....................................................Sergio Velasquez 1972 ....................... Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel ....................................................... Shoa Agonafer 1971 ........................ Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel ....................................................Sergio Velasquez ....................................................... Shoa Agonafer 1970 .........................................Bernardo Ortiz .................................... Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel ....................................................... Shoa Agonafer .......................................................Dieter Schulte 1969 ........................ Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel

All-Freshman Selections

NCAA All-Tournament Team

2011 ....................................Chandler Hoffman ............................................... Ryan Hollingshead 2006 ...............................................Tony Beltran ........................................................David Estrada .....................................................Jason Leopoldo 2002 ......................... Aaron Lopez (Off. MVP) ....................................... Zach Wells (Def. MVP) .................................................. Adolfo Gregorio .............................................................Matt Taylor .................................................... Scot Thompson 1999 ...............................................Pete Vagenas ..................................................... Sasha Victorine 1997 ..........................Seth George (Off. MVP) .......................................... Matt Reis (Def. MVP) ................................................ Carlos Bocanegra ............................................................. Josh Keller ............................................................... Tom Poltl ......................................... McKinley Tennyson, Jr.

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Bruin All-Stars adidas Scholar-Athlete All-American

2007 ........................... Mike Zaher (2nd team) 1991 ............................................... Sam George 1990 ............................................... Sam George

adidas Scholar-Athlete All-Far West

2007 .................................................Mike Zaher 2003 ..........................................Dru Hoshimiya 1995 ...............................................Caleb Meyer 1994 .................................................. Josh Keller ..........................................................Caleb Meyer 1988 ............................................ Fabrizio Luppi

CoSIDA Academic All-American

2011 .............. Chandler Hoffman (2nd team) 2003 ............................ Zach Wells (2nd team) 1997 ................................................. Josh Keller

CoSIDA Academic All-District

2011 ....................................Chandler Hoffman ............................................... Ryan Hollingshead 2005 .............................................Luke Mehring 2003 ..........................................Dru Hoshimiya .............................................................Zach Wells 1999 .............................................. Nick Paneno 1997 .................................................. Josh Keller 1983 ...........................................Roland Schmid

All-Conference Teams

2011 .............................................. Eder Arreola ...............................................Chandler Hoffman .............................................................Andy Rose ............................................................Brian Rowe ...........................................................Kelyn Rowe .................................... Ryan Hollingshead (2nd) ................................................... Matt Wiet (2nd) ............................................Victor Chavez (HM) .............................................Victor Munoz (HM) ..................................................Evan Raynr (HM) ............................................... Shawn Singh (HM) ...................................................... Joe Sofia (HM) 2010 ..................................................Andy Rose ...........................................................Kelyn Rowe .............................................. Eder Arreola (2nd) ............................................Victor Chavez (2nd) ................................................ Brian Rowe (2nd) ............................................... Shawn Singh (2nd) .................................... Ryan Hollingshead (HM) ..................................................Evan Raynr (HM) ............................................Reed Williams (HM) 2009 .............................................David Estrada ..................................................... Kyle Nakazawa ..............................................................Brian Perk ................................................. Michael Stephens ............................................Amobi Okugo (2nd) ............................................Sean Alvarado (HM) 2008 ..........................................Maxwell Griffin .....................................................Jason Leopoldo ............................................................. Brad Rusin ................................................. Michael Stephens ...................................................Brian Perk (2nd) .............................................David Estrada (HM) ..................................................Andy Rose (HM) ................................................ Danny Suits (HM) 2007 ...............................................Tony Beltran .....................................................Jason Leopoldo .......................................................Chance Myers ............................................................Mike Zaher .......................................... Kyle Nakazawa (2nd) .............................................David Estrada (HM) ....................................................Greg Folk (HM) ..........................................Maxwell Griffin (HM) ........................................Brandon Owens (HM) ...................................................Brian Perk (HM) ..................................................Brad Rusin (HM) 2006 .................................................Mike Zaher ................................................................ Sal Zizzo .............................................David Estrada (2nd) ......................................... Jason Leopoldo (2nd) ............................................. Kiel McClung (2nd) .......................................... Kyle Nakazawa (HM) .................................................... Eric Reed (HM) ..................................................Brad Rusin (HM) 2005 .................................................Kamani Hill .......................................................... Patrick Ianni ............................................................... Eric Reed ..................................................... Marvell Wynne ...................................Jonathan Bornstein (2nd) ............................................Jordan Harvey (2nd) ........................................Brandon Owens (2nd)

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..................................................... Sal Zizzo (2nd) ..................................................Brad Rusin (HM) 2004 ................................................Mike Enfield .......................................................... Patrick Ianni ......................................................... Aaron Lopez ..............................................Chad Barrett (2nd) .........................................Benny Feilhaber (2nd) ........................................Brandon Owens (2nd) ............................................Jordan Harvey (HM) .................................................Kamani Hill (HM) .................................................... Eric Reed (HM) 2003 ....................................... Adolfo Gregorio .....................................................Leonard Griffin ...................................................Brandon Owens .............................................................Matt Taylor .............................................................Zach Wells ..............................................Chad Barrett (2nd) .............................................. Aaron Lopez (2nd) ....................................................Ty Maurin (2nd) ..........................................Dru Hoshimiya (HM) 2002 ....................................... Adolfo Gregorio ............................................................. Tim Pierce .................................................... Scot Thompson ........................................... Jimmy Frazelle (2nd) ..............................................Tony Lawson (2nd) ..................................................Zach Wells (2nd) .................................................Mike Enfield (HM .............................................Ryan Futagaki (HM) ..........................................Leonard Griffin (HM) ............................................Jordan Harvey (HM) .............................................. Aaron Lopez (HM) ....................................................Ty Maurin (HM) ............................................ Cliff McKinley (HM) ................................................. Matt Taylor (HM) 2001 .............................................Ryan Futagaki .................................................. Adolfo Gregorio ............................................................. Tim Pierce ...........................................Nelson Akwari (2nd) ..................................................Zach Wells (2nd) ......................................................... Alex Yi (2nd) ..........................................Dru Hoshimiya (HM) .............................................. Brandon Kay (HM) ............................................ Cliff McKinley (HM) ................................................. Matt Taylor (HM) ......................................... Scot Thompson (HM) 2000 ..................................................... Ryan Lee ..........................................McKinley Tennyson Jr. ....................................................... Shaun Tsakiris ...............................................DJ Countess (2nd) ......................................................... Alex Yi (2nd) ...........................................Nelson Akwari (HM) ....................................... Adolfo Gregorio (HM) ......................................... Scot Thompson (HM) ...........................................Caleb Westbay (HM) 1999 ..................................... Carlos Bocanegra .......................................................Nick Rimando ............................................................. Steve Shak ....................................................... Shaun Tsakiris ..........................................................Pete Vagenas ..................................................... Sasha Victorine .............................................Martin Bruno (2nd) ..................................................... Ryan Lee (2nd) ...................................McKinley Tennyson (2nd) .................................................. Shea Travis (2nd) 1998 ..................................... Carlos Bocanegra ..........................................................Seth George ..................................................... Sasha Victorine ............................................Nick Rimando (2nd) .................................................. Steve Shak (2nd) .................................................... Tom Poltl (HM) ...............................................Pete Vagenas (HM) 1997 ................................... Carlos Bocanegra ............................................................Kevin Coye ............................................................. Josh Keller ..........................................................Seth George ..........................................................Nick Theslof ..........................................................Pete Vagenas .............................................. Nick Paneno (HM) .................................................... Tom Poltl (HM) .................................................... Matt Reis (HM) ............................................Nick Rimando (HM) .................................................. Steve Shak (HM) 1996 .................................................. Tahj Jakins ..........................................................Nick Theslof ..................................................... Sasha Victorine .................................................Kevin Coye (HM) ...............................................Seth George (HM) .......................................... Kevin Hartman (HM)

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

.............................................. Caleb Meyer (HM) .................................................... Tom Poltl (HM) ...............................................Pete Vagenas (HM) 1995 .................................................Adam Frye .............................................................. Tahj Jakins ........................................................... Eddie Lewis ............................................................Antè Razov .......................................................... Chris Snitko ...........................................Robbie LaBelle (2nd) ...............................................Nick Theslof (2nd) ...............................................Greg Vanney (2nd) 1994 .........................................Frankie Hejduk ........................................................... Eddie Lewis ............................................................Antè Razov .......................................................... Chris Snitko ...........................................Robbie LaBelle (2nd) ...............................................Greg Vanney (2nd) 1993 .......................................Sean Henderson ................................................................Tayt Ianni ............................................................Antè Razov ........................................................ Jorge Salcedo ................................... Eric Chaisongkram (2nd) ..........................................Frankie Hejduk (2nd) ................................................ Eddie Lewis (2nd) ..............................................John O’Brien (2nd) ............................................... Chris Snitko (2nd) ..................................................Adam Frye (HM) ...........................................Robbie LaBelle (HM) 1992 ...............................................Dan Beaney .......................................................... Brad Friedel ................................................................Tayt Ianni .................................................... Joe-Max Moore ....................................... Sean Henderson (2nd)

Conference Player of the Year

2011 ............................... Kelyn Rowe (Pac-12) 2008 ......................Michael Stephens (Pac-10) 2004 ...............................Patrick Ianni (Pac-10) 2003 .................................Matt Taylor (Pac-10) 1999 ............................ Sasha Victorine (MPSF) 1998 ................................ Seth George (MPSF)

Pac-12 Freshman of the Year

2010 ................................................Kelyn Rowe 2009 ............................................Amobi Okugo 2005 ..................................................... Sal Zizzo 2003 ..............................................Chad Barrett 2000 ......................................................... Alex Yi

.................................................... Eric Reed (HM) 2003 ..........................................Dru Hoshimiya .............................................................Zach Wells ................................................. Matt Taylor (HM) .................................................Ryan Valdez (HM) 2002 ...................................... Matt Taylor (2nd) ..................................................Zach Wells (2nd) ...............................................John Carson (HM) 2001 ...........................................Nelson Akwari .....................................................Dru Hoshimiya ...............................................John Carson (2nd) ..................................................Zach Wells (2nd) 2000 ...........................................Caleb Westbay ......................................... Scot Thompson (HM) 1999 .............................................. Nick Paneno ..................................................... Sasha Victorine 1996 .......................................... Adam Cooper ............................................................. Josh Keller

NSCAA Coach of the Year

2002 ...........................................Tom Fitzgerald 1997 ..................................................Sigi Schmid

Soccer America Coach of the Year 1984 ..................................................Sigi Schmid

NSCAA Far West Coach of the Year

2003 ...........................................Tom Fitzgerald 1999 ..............................................Todd Saldaña 1984 ..................................................Sigi Schmid

Conference Coach of the Year

2011 .............................Jorge Salcedo (Pac-12) 2008 .............................Jorge Salcedo (Pac-10) 2004 .............................Jorge Salcedo (Pac-10) 2003 .......................... Tom Fitzgerald (Pac-10) 1997 ................................... Sigi Schmid (MPSF) 1996 ................................... Sigi Schmid (MPSF) 1995 ................................... Sigi Schmid (MPSF)

UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame

2006 ............................................Dennis Storer 2004 ..................................................Sigi Schmid 2003 ............................................... Brad Friedel 2002 ..................................................Cobi Jones 1997 ..............................................Paul Caligiuri 1993 .................................................. Jose Lopez

Academic All-Conference

2011 .......................... Chandler Hoffman (1st) ....................................................... Joe Sofia (1st) .................................... Ryan Hollingshead (2nd) ..................................................Evan Raynr (2nd) ....................................... Patrick Matchett (HM) ..................................................Andy Rose (HM) ................................................ Brian Rowe (HM) ................................................Kelyn Rowe (HM) ............................................... Shawn Singh (HM) ................................................... Matt Wiet (HM) ............................................Reed Williams (HM) 2010 .......................... Chandler Hoffman (1st) .................................... Ryan Hollingshead (2nd) ..................................................Evan Raynr (2nd) ..................................................Andy Rose (HM) ................................................ Brian Rowe (HM) ............................................... Shawn Singh (HM) 2009 ............................... Kyle Nakazawa (HM) ..................................................Andy Rose (HM) ................................................ Brian Rowe (HM) ...............................................Luis Serrano (HM) ................................................ Danny Suits (HM) 2008 ...............................Maxwell Griffin (2nd) .......................................... Kyle Nakazawa (HM) ................................................ Danny Suits (HM) 2007 .......................................Mike Zaher (1st) ............................................Chance Myers (2nd) ....................................................Greg Folk (HM) ................................................ Danny Suits (HM) 2006 ......................................... Eric Reed (2nd) ....................................................Greg Folk (HM) ..........................................Maxwell Griffin (HM) .................................................Mike Zaher (HM) 2005 .......................................Evan Corey (1st) .............................................Luke Mehring (2nd) .................................................... Eric Reed (2nd) ....................................................Greg Folk (HM) .................................................Mike Zaher (HM) 2004 ......................................Evan Corey (2nd)

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Bruin All-Americans (1983-2011) Steve Black

Dale Ervine

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 1989 … Three-time All-Far West selection … Played in the 1985 NCAA Championship game … Totaled seven assists in 1987.

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1984 and 1985 … Four-time 1st-team All-Far West pick … Led UCLA in scoring from 83-85 … 1985 Olympia Award nominee … School record-holder for single-season game-winning goals (8 in 1983).

1985-89 • Midfielder • San Diego, CA

Yr 1985 1987 1988 1989 Totals

GP 25 22 15 21 83

Career Statistics GS Min Sh 24 1829 40 22 1860 33 14 1312 17 21 1849 23 81 6850 113

Gl 1 2 2 1 6

A 1 7 3 4 15

Pts 3 11 7 6 27

1982-85 • Midfielder • Torrance, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 1982 17 1983 22 1984 22 1985 22 Totals 83

Carlos Bocanegra

Min 2061 1720 1290 5071

Sh 11 16 9 36

Gl 5 2 2 9

A 3 5 2 10

Pts 13 9 6 28

Paul Caligiuri

Career Statistics Yr GP 1990 21 1991 21 1992 19 Totals 61

Min 1354 1670 2421 2108 7553

Sh 21 59 62 55 197

Gl 6 5 4 3 18

A 1 2 2 7 12

Pts 13 12 10 13 48

Mike Enfield

2001-04 • Midfielder • Ventura, CA

Mike Enfield

GS 1 19 6 20 46

Sh 4 13 20 54 91

Gl 0 0 3 13 16

A 1 3 7 4 15

Pts 1 3 13 30 47

Pts 21 39 34 33 127

GS 21 21 19 61

Min 2220 1904 1860 5984

Sh 215 162 160 537

Sv. 97 52 44 193

SO 10 10 10 30

GA 14 14 12 40

GAA 0.56 0.66 0.58 0.60

W-L 16-1 17-4 13-3 46-8

1995-98 • Forward • Mission Viejo, CA NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1998, 2nd-team in 1997 … 1998 MPSF Co-Player of theYear … Owns school records for game-winning goals (career, 20; season, 8) and career multiple goal games (nine) … Ranks fifth on UCLA’s all-time list for career goals (49) and sixth for career points (125). Career Statistics Yr GP 1995 21 1996 20 1997 24 1998 21 Totals 86

GS 12 8 23 18 61

Min 817 1017 1949 1614 5397

Sh 28 48 100 77 253

Gl 6 12 16 15 49

A 2 7 10 8 27

Pts 14 31 42 38 125

Leonard Griffin

First-team NSCAA All-American, All-Far West and All-Pac-10 in 2004 … Led UCLA in scoring in 2004 with 13 goals and 30 points … 2004 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy nominee … In 2004, became one of only two Bruins to be named Team MVP and Team Offensive MVP in the same season. Career Statistics Yr GP 2001 11 2002 24 2003 23 2004 20 Totals 78

A 7 11 14 3 35

Seth George

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1985, 1986 … Three-time All-Far West pick … 1986 Soccer America Co-MVP … Freshman All-American and Soccer America Freshman to Watch in 1982 … 1997 inductee into UCLA’s Athletic Hall of Fame. GS 14 18 25 22 79

Gl 7 14 10 15 46

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1991, 1992 … 1990 Soccer America Freshman of the Year … Three-time All-Far West selection … Did not allow a goal in the 1990 Final Four … School record holder with a 0.60 career GAA … 1992 Hermann Trophy winner and ISAA Goalkeeper of the Year.

1982-86 • Defender • Diamond Bar, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 1982 16 1983 19 1985 25 1986 22 Totals 82

Sh 52 102 94 62 310

1990-92 • Goalkeeper • Bay Village, OH

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 1999, Soccer America 1st-team pick in 1998 … Two-time All-Far West and three-time All-MPSF honoree … Soccer America All-Freshman team … 1999 MAC Award and Hermann Trophy nominee. GS 22 20 13 55

Min 1420 1896 1986 1756 7058

Brad Friedel

1997-99 • Defender • Alta Loma, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 1997 23 1998 20 1999 14 Totals 57

GS 16 22 22 18 78

2000-03 • Defender • Palmdale, CA NSCAA and Soccer America 1st-team All-American,All-Far West and All-Pac-10 in 2003 … Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors in 2002 … Played in every game during his UCLA career, a total of 89 games … Led UCLA’s defense to a school record-tying 0.52 team GAA in 2003. Career Statistics Yr GP 2000 19 2001 23 2002 24 2003 23 Totals 89

GS 10 18 23 23 74

Sh 12 11 14 16 53

Gl 2 0 0 0 2

A 0 2 1 4 7

Pts 4 2 1 4 11

Tim Harris

1980-83 • Goalkeeper • Torrance, CA The first in a long line of standout UCLA keepers … NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1983 … Three-time All-Far West selection … Still ranks third on UCLA’s career list for victories (48) and saves (259) … Two-time team MVP. Career Statistics Yr GP 1980 11 1981 19 1982 15 1983 22 Totals 67

GS 11 19 15 22 67

Min 1050 1735 1390 2060 6235

Sh 93 173 103 263 632

Sv. 45 88 40 86 259

SO 7 15 19 19 60

GA 5 11 3 11 30

GAA 0.60 0.78 1.23 0.83 0.86

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Bruin All-Americans (1983-2011) Frankie Hejduk

Tahj Jakins

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American and 1st-team All-Far West in 1994 … Only defender named to the All-MPSF first-team in 1994 … Ranked third on the team in 1994 with six goals scored … Named team’s Co-Defensive MVP in 1994.

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1996 … No. 1 pick in the MLS college draft by the Colorado Rapids … 1996 M.A.C. Award nominee … Two-time 1st-team All-MPSF.

1992-94 • Defender • Encinitas, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 1992 19 1993 20 1994 21 Totals 60

GS 11 19 21 51

Min 1149 1684 1896 4729

Sh 13 4 13 30

Gl 0 0 6 6

A 2 3 3 8

1993-96 • Defender • Huntington Beach, CA

Pts 2 3 15 20

Yr 1993 1994 1995 1996 Totals

GP 7 21 22 20 70

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 1991 … A walk-on who later earned a scholarship … Three-time All-Far West selection … Holds the school record with 18 single-season assists … Ranks second in career assists (37).

GS 21 13 34

Min 2162 1356 3518

Sh 66 49 115

Gl 3 5 8

A 7 5 12

Pts 13 15 28

GS 15 6 24 45

Sh 25 28 53 106

Gl 5 6 18 29

A 2 1 6 9

Career Statistics Yr GP 1988 21 1989 23 1990 24 1991 22 Totals 90

Sh 56 56 42 154

Gl 7 5 8 20

A 3 3 5 11

Pts 17 13 21 51

Patrick Ianni

Gl 0 0 2 2

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A 0 0 2 2

Pts 0 0 6 6

A 7 7 5 18 37

Pts 15 23 11 34 83

GS 12 4 11 23 50

Min 1485 323 996 2045 4849

Sh 24 5 18 27 74

Gl 4 2 3 7 16

A 3 1 4 6 14

Pts 11 5 10 20 46

1988-91 • Defender • Huntington Beach, CA NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 1991 … Sat out the entire 1990 regular season with a broken shin bone but returned to score the game-tying goal in the NCAA first round … Two-time All-Far West selection Career Statistics Yr GP 1988 21 1989 23 1990 4 1991 22 Totals 70

GS 20 23 4 22 69

Min 1783 2156 480 2000 6419

Sh 23 40 4 39 106

Gl 2 4 1 3 10

A 3 1 0 1 5

Pts 7 9 2 7 25

Eddie Lewis

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American and first-team All-Far West in 2005 … 2005 M.A.C. Award semifinalist … Two-time 1st-team All-Pac-10 … 2004 Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year.

Sh 8 12 14 34

Gl 4 8 3 8 23

Mike Lapper

2003-05 • Midfielder • Lodi, CA

GS 6 18 17 41

Sh 24 63 44 58 189

Soccer News honorable mention All-American, 2nd-team NSCAA All-Far West and 1st-team All-MPSF in 1997 … All-tournament selection at the 1997 NCAA Championships … GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American in 1997.

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 1987 … Earned All-Far West honors in each of his three years … Selected to Soccer America’s All-Freshman team in 1983 … One of just four collegians on the 1984 U.S. Olympic team. Min 1185 1356 1680 4221

Min 1559 2034 1964 1949 7506

1994-97 • Midfielder • Laguna Niguel, CA

1983-87 • Forward • Diamond Bar, CA

GS 14 15 21 50

GS 19 23 22 22 86

Josh Keller

Career Statistics Yr GP 1994 23 1995 5 1996 12 1997 23 Totals 63

Pts 12 13 42 67

Jeff Hooker

24

Pts 0 6 7 4 17

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1990 … One of three collegians to earn a spot on the 1990 U.S. World Cup team and the youngest competitor in the tournament … Named to the 1989 Soccer America All-Freshman Team.

NSCAA 3rd-team All-American and 1st-team All-Far West in 2011 … 2011 1st-team Soccer America and 2nd-team College Soccer News All-American ... Set all-time single season Pac-12 records for goals and points in 2011 ...2011 1st-team All-Pac-12 honoree and M.A.C.Hermann Trophy semifinalist ... All-Tournament selection at 2011 College Cup.

Career Statistics Yr GP 2003 19 2004 20 2005 19 Totals 58

A 0 2 5 2 9

1988-91 • Midfielder • Westlake, CA

2009-11 • Forward • Birmingham, AL

Career Statistics Yr GP 1983 15 1986 17 1987 21 Totals 53

Gl 0 2 1 1 4

1989-90 • Midfielder • Everett, WA

Chandler Hoffman

Career Statistics Yr GP 2009 19 2010 11 2011 24 Totals 54

Sh 0 7 19 12 38

Cobi Jones

Chris Henderson

Career Statistics Yr GP 1989 22 1990 14 Totals 36

Career Statistics GS Min 0 135 20 1828 22 1930 20 1868 62 5761

1992-95 • Midfielder • Cerritos, CA Soccer News honorable mention All-American and Elite 11 in 1995 … Also named to the All-America team in 1994 … Two-time NSCAA All-Far West and three-time All-MPSF selection … UCLA’s Offensive MVP in 1994, 1995. Career Statistics Yr GP 1992 19 1993 21 1994 18 1995 22 Totals 80

GS 9 21 17 21 68

Min 1251 1623 1429 1738 6041

Sh 23 43 31 59 156

Gl 4 7 8 11 30

A 5 8 5 10 28

Pts 13 22 21 32 88


Bruin All-Americans (1983-2011) Joe-Max Moore

Tim Pierce

1990-92 • Midfielder • Irvine, CA

1999-2002 • Forward • Dana Point, CA

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1992 and a 2nd-team selection in 1991 … Earned Soccer America All-Freshman Team honors in 1990 … Three-time All-Far West selection … Ranks 10th on UCLA’s all-time scoring list with 100 career points … UCLA’s team MVP in 1991. Career Statistics Yr GP 1990 24 1991 22 1992 19 Totals 65

GS 24 22 17 63

Min 2396 2017 1630 6043

Sh 87 115 71 273

Gl 11 18 9 38

A 10 7 7 24

Pts 32 43 25 100

NSCAA 1st-team All-American and All-Far West in 2002 … Two-time first-team All-Pac-10 … Two-time UCLA Offensive MVP … Set school record for fastest goal in a game (0:16) in 2002, also the fifth-fastest in NCAA history. Career Statistics Yr GP 1999 11 2000 11 2001 22 2002 23 Totals 67

Kyle Nakazawa

Sh 39 36 7 56 138

Gl 4 3 1 12 20

A 8 7 4 7 26

GS 3 20 21 19 63

Min 803 1686 1690 1529 5708

Sh 13 36 24 30 103

Gl 3 4 4 2 13

A 3 6 3 4 16

Pts 9 14 11 8 42

Ante Razov

NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1989 … UCLA career record-holder for shutouts (41) and victories (56) … Single-season record-holder for shutouts with 16 in 1989 … Soccer America All-Freshman selection in 1986.

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American and a finalist for the MAC Player of the Year Award in 1995 … Two-time All-Far West and three-time AllMPSF first-team selection.

1992-95 • Forward • Fontana, CA

GS 22 15 22 23 82

Min 2030 1371 2012 2191 7604

Sh 180 145 162 197 684

Sv. 78 36 58 89 261

SO 11 3 11 16 41

GA 12 19 18 13 62

GAA 0.53 1.24 0.80 0.53 0.73

W-L 16-1 9-5 13-5 18-4 56-15

Yr 1992 1993 1994 1995 Totals

GP 16 18 22 14 70

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 2009 … Three-time All-Pac-10 honoree … Led the Pac-10 in goals against average in 2009 (0.87) … Named Pac-10 Player of the Week a record-tying four times in his career … His 241 career saves rank fourth on UCLA’s all-time list … Top Drawer Soccer second-team all-freshman in 2006. Min 710 1863 1770 1349 5692

Sv. 29 84 75 53 241

Gl 5 11 14 10 40

A 1 11 8 9 29

Pts 11 33 36 29 109

1994-97 • Goalkeeper • Mission Viejo, CA Soccer America All-American in 1997 … Defensive MVP of the 1997 NCAA Final Four after playing 221 shutout minutes and recording a school-record 11 saves in the semifinals and nine saves in the championship game.

2006-09 • Goalkeeper • Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

GS 7 20 19 15 61

Career Statistics GS Min Sh 7 766 24 15 1164 69 22 1754 92 8 870 44 52 4554 229

Matt Reis

Brian Perk

Career Statistics Yr GP 2006 7 2007 20 2008 19 2009 15 Totals 61

Pts 0 2 22 31 55

Anton Nistl

1986-89 • Goalkeeper • Los Angeles, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 1986 22 1987 15 1988 22 1989 23 Totals 82

A 0 0 2 7 9

Soccer News Honorable Mention All-American and first-team AllWest in 1997 … All-Tournament selection at the 1997 Final Four … Two-time NSCAA All-Far West 2nd-team selection and three-time All-MPSF honoree. Career Statistics Yr GP 1995 22 1996 20 1997 21 1998 19 Totals 82

Pts 16 13 6 31 66

Gl 0 1 10 12 23

1995-98 • Midfielder • San Marcos, CA

NSCAA and Soccer America 1st-team All-American in 2009 … Semifinalist for 2009 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy … Two-time UCLA Team MVP (2009, 2007) … Led the Pac-10 in scoring in 2009 with 31 points and in assists in 2007 with seven … Soccer America first-team All-Freshman selection in 2006. GS 24 21 6 20 71

Sh 5 11 72 63 151

Tom Poltl

2006-09 • Midfielder • Palos Verdes Estates, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 2006 24 2007 21 2008 10 2009 20 Totals 75

GS 1 4 12 17 34

SO 0 5 7 4 16

GA 10 22 19 13 64

GAA 1.27 1.06 0.97 0.87 1.01

W-L-T 3-1-3 9-8-3 9-5-4 8-4-2 29-18-12

Career Statistics Yr GP GS 1994 7 3 1995 2 0 1996 6 3 1997 19 19 Totals 34 25

Min 391 27 332 1675 2425

Sh 49 1 11 171 232

Sv. 14 0 6 75 95

SO 0(3) 0(1) 2(2) 9(2) 11(8)

GA 11 1 1 12 25

GAA 2.53 3.33 0.27 0.64 0.93

W-L 1-2 0-0 3-0 17-2 21-4

Matt Reis

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Bruin All-Americans (1983-2011) Nick Rimando

Chris Snitko

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 1998 … Two-time All-Far West and three-time All-MPSF selection … Held the school record for most wins in a season (19) … Ranks second all-time in career goals against average (0.67).

NSCAA 1st-team All-American and ISAA Goalkeeper of the Year in 1995 … Two-time All-Far West and three-time All-MPSF selection … Holds school records for consecutive shutout minutes (851), consecutive shutout games (9) and single-game saves (11).

1997-99 • Goalkeeper • Montclair, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 1997 7 1998 19 1999 22 Totals 48

1992-95 • Goalkeeper • Anaheim Hills, CA

Career Statistics GS 5 19 22 46

Min 485 1640 2068 4193

Sv. 12 62 72 146

SO 2(2) 8(3) 8(1) 18(6)

GA 1 12 18 31

GAA 0.19 0.66 0.78 0.67

Yr 1992 1993 1994 1995 Totals

W-L 5-0 15-4 19-3 39-7

GP

GS

Min

Sh

18 20 18 56

18 20 18 56

1625 1829 1630 5084

118 200 142 460

Brian Rowe

Min 29 531 2033 2046 4639

Sv. 1 26 91 69 187

SO 0 1 8 12 21

GA 1 5 24 17 47

GAA 3.12 0.85 1.06 0.75 0.91

W-L 0-0-0 4-0-2 16-5-1 17-3-2 37-8-5

Sh 63 69 132

Gl 7 6 13

A 10 10 20

Pts 24 22 46

1990-93 • Midfielder • Cerritos, CA 1st-team NSCAA All-American, All-Far West and All-MPSF in 1993 … Scored the decisive penalty kick in the 1990 NCAA Championship game … Defensive MVP of the 1993 UCLA Pacific Soccer Classic. Career Statistics Yr GP 1990 24 1991 20 1992 10 1993 20 Totals 74

GS 24 20 8 20 72

Min 1965 1574 828 1860 6227

Sh 30 10 10 27 77

Gl 3 0 0 3 6

A 2 2 1 2 7

Pts 8 2 1 8 19

Steve Shak

1997-99 • Defender • Cerritos, CA

26

GS 22 19 22 63

Min 1982 1783 2108 5873

Sh 0 5 14 19

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Gl 0 0 2 2

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 4 4

GS 22 20 21 15 78

Sh 24 16 29 21 90

Gl 2 2 7 0 11

A 3 1 9 7 20

Pts 7 5 23 7 42

GS 7 14 15 19 55

Sh 14 46 45 58 163

Gl 0 7 12 14 33

A 2 2 8 8 20

Pts 2 16 32 36 86

McKinley Tennyson Jr.

1997-2000 • Forward • Indianapolis, IN NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 2000 … 1st-team NSCAA All-Far West and All-Pac-10 in 2000 … First UCLA player ever to record back-to-back hat tricks … Ranks ninth all-time in career scoring (102 points) and 10th in career goals scored (40) … All-tournament selection at 1997 NCAAs. Career Statistics Yr GP 1997 23 1998 15 1999 17 2000 18 Totals 73

College Soccer All-American in 1998 and 1999 … No. 1 overall pick in the 2000 MLS draft … 2nd-team All-Far West in 1999 … Threetime All-MPSF … Walk-on who went from playing zero minutes as a freshman to being a Hermann Trophy nominee as a junior. Career Statistics Yr GP 1997 23 1998 21 1999 22 Totals 66

0.72 16-2 0.68 17-3 0.66 14-3-1 0.69 47-8-1

All-America selection in 2003 by Soccer America and the NSCAA (2nd team) … 2003 Pac-10 Player of the Year and a three-time AllPac-10 honoree … All-Tournament selection at the 2002 College Cup … UCLA’s career leader in hat tricks with three … Two-time Pac-10 All-Academic honoree. Career Statistics Yr GP 2000 18 2001 23 2002 24 2003 22 Totals 87

Jorge Salcedo

13 14 12 39

2000-03• Forward • Irvine, CA

2011 2nd-team College Soccer News and Soccer America All-American ... 3rd-team NSCAA All-American in 2010 … 2010 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and 2011 Pac-12 Player of the Year … Two-time first-team AllPac-12 honoree ... 2010 First-team NSCAA All-FarWest Region ... 2010 First-team All-Rookie selection ... Led Pac-12 with 10 assists in 2011. GS 21 18 39

12 8 11 31

Matt Taylor

2010-11 • Midfielder • Federal Way, WA

Career Statistics Yr GP 2010 22 2011 24 Totals 46

GAA W-L-T

2nd-team All-American in 2008 by Soccer America … 2008 Pac-10 Player of the Year and 1st-team NSCAA All-Far West and All-Pac-10 … Tied for the Pac-10 lead with nine assists in 2008, including a schoolrecord four at San Diego State … First player ever to earn Pac-10 Player of the Week honors three times in one year. Career Statistics Yr GP 2006 24 2007 21 2008 21 2009 15 Totals 81

Kelyn Rowe

GA

2006-09 • Midfielder • Naperville, IL

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American in 2011 … 2011 1st-team All-FarWest selection … 2011 2nd-team College Soccer News and Soccer America All-American ... Recorded 8 straight shutouts in 2011 and 12 overall, which ranked 3rd on UCLA’s all-time single season list. GS 0 5 22 22 49

SO

Michael Stephens

2007-11 • Goalkeeper • Eugene, OR

Career Statistics Yr GP 2008 2 2009 7 2010 22 2011 22 Totals 53

Sv. DNP 43 75 54 172

GS 12 5 14 18 49

Sh 45 30 70 86 231

Gl 8 5 12 15 40

A 7 4 7 4 22

Pts 23 14 31 34 102

Billy Thompson

1986-90 • Forward • Santa Cruz, CA 1990 ISAA/adidas Player of theYear … NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1990 and 1988 …Owns the school single-game record with four goals … Scored a school-record two hat tricks in 1990 … Ranks eighth all-time with 42 career goals. Career Statistics Yr GP 1986 20 1987 22 1988 22 1990 24 Totals 88

GS 4 20 22 24 70

Min 864 1649 1995 2083 6591

Sh 26 66 69 66 227

Gl 4 7 13 18 42

A 5 7 8 7 27

Pts 13 21 34 43 111


Bruin All-Americans (1983-2011) Scot Thompson

Zach Wells

Soccer America Collegiate MVP team and NSCAA All-Far West in 2002 … College Cup All-Tournament selection in 2002 … Two-time All-Pac-10 honoree … Academic All-Pac-10 selection in 2000 … Twice named UCLA Defensive MVP.

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American and the SI on Campus National Player of the Year for 2003 … Three-time All-Pac-10 selection … 2002 College Cup Defensive MVP … UCLA record-holder for career saves (269), single-season saves (101 in 2001) and single-season GAA (0.52 in 2003).

1999-2002 • Defender • Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

Yr 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

GP 17 15 23 24 79

Career Statistics GS Sh 8 7 15 5 23 9 24 4 70 25

Gl 4 3 1 0 8

A 0 0 0 3 3

Career Statistics

Pts 8 6 2 3 19

Yr 2000 2001 2002 2003 Totals

Shaun Tsakiris

Yr 1997 1998 1999 2000 Totals

GP 20 13 16 17 66

2000-03 • Goalkeeper • Costa Mesa, CA

GP 4 23 23 23 73

SO 0 9 7 11 27

GA 0 21 18 11 50

GAA W-L-T 0.00 0-0-0 0.85 12-7-4 0.76 17-3-3 0.52 20-2-1 0.71 49-12-8

Marvell Wynne

1st-team NSCAA All-American, All-Far West and All-Pac-10 in 2005 … M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalist as a sophomore … No. 1 pick by New York in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft.

Career Statistics GS Sh 6 7 9 15 14 31 15 26 44 79

Gl 1 3 2 9 15

A 5 4 13 9 31

Pts 7 10 17 27 61

2004-05 • Defender • Poway, CA

Career Statistics Yr GP 2004 20 2005 16 Totals 36

Career Statistics GS Min 16 1415 21 1678 14 1427 22 2019 73 6539

Sh 10 12 18 32 72

Gl 3 3 6 3 15

A 7 8 4 11 30

Pts 13 14 16 17 60

A 2 3 5

Pts 2 5 7

Career Statistics Yr GP 2000 19 2001 22 Totals 41

GS 19 22 41

Sh 6 12 18

Gl 0 0 0

A 1 1 2

Pts 1 1 2

Sal Zizzo

2005-06 • Midfielder • San Diego, CA

Soccer News honorable mention All-American and 3rd-team NSCAA All-Far West in 1995 … Two-time All-MPSF selection … Bruin hero in 1994 Final Four run, scoring late-game goals to win 2nd round and quarterfinal games. Sh 13 32 33 78

Gl 0 1 1

Earned 3rd-team NSCAA All-American, 1st-team All-Far West and 2nd-team All-Pac-10 acclaim in 2001 … Hermann Trophy and M.A.C. Award nominee as a sophomore after being chosen a M.A.C. Player to Watch as a freshman … Pac-10 Freshman of the Year in 2000.

Earned 2nd-team NSCAA All-America honors and was selected to Soccer America’s MVP team in 2006 … Also selected to the All-Far West and All-Pac-10 first teams in 2006 … Second-team All-Pac-10 honoree in 2005 … M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalist as a sophomore … Pac-10 Freshman of the Year in 2005.

1993-95 • Midfielder • Tempe, AZ

Min 677 1228 2006 3911

Sh 12 7 19

2000-01 • Defender • Easton, MD

Greg Vanney

GS 5 13 22 40

GS 17 16 33

Alex Yi

College Soccer Online 2nd-team All-American in 1999 … All-Tournament selection at the 1999 College Cup … 2nd-team NSCAA All-Far West and M.A.C. Award finalist in 1999 … Earned All-MPSF honors all four years.

Career Statistics Yr GP 1993 19 1994 23 1995 22 Totals 64

Sv. 2 101 90 76 269

NSCAA 2nd-team All-American and 1st-team All-Far West in 2000 … 1st-team all-conference in 1999 and 2000 … Ranks fifth all-time in career assists with 31 … His 13 assists in 1999 were the seventhhighest single-season total in school history.

1996-99 • Midfielder • Pasadena, CA

GP 20 21 19 22 82

Min 92 2220 2131 1897 6340

1997-2000 • Midfielder • Saratoga, CA

Pete Vagenas

Yr 1996 1997 1998 1999 Totals

GS 0 23 23 23 69

Gl 2 4 8 14

A 5 4 10 19

Pts 9 12 26 47

Career Statistics Yr GP 2005 20 2006 23 Totals 43

GS 16 23 39

Sh 22 51 73

Gl 1 7 8

A 5 9 14

Pts 7 23 30

Sasha Victorine

1996-99 • Midfielder/Forward • Corona, CA First-ever West Coast player to win the Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year Award in 1999 … NSCAA 1st-team All-American in 1999 and a 3rd-team pick in 1998 … Three-time NSCAA All-Far West selection … 1999 MPSF Player of the Year … Led UCLA in scoring with 33 points in 1999. Career Statistics Yr GP 1996 18 1997 7 1998 18 1999 22 Totals 65

GS 17 7 17 22 63

Min 1459 583 1482 2072 5596

Sh 19 14 25 59 117

Gl 6 1 2 12 21

A 2 3 7 9 21

Pts 14 5 11 33 63 Sal Zizzo

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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UCLA Hall Of Fame Inductees Jose Lopez

Cobi Jones

Hall of Fame Class of 1997

Hall of Fame Class of 2002

In 1993, Jose Lopez became the first-ever soccer player inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame.

One of the all-time greats in UCLA and U.S. soccer history, Paul Caligiuri was inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame in 1997.

Perhaps the most recognizable figure in U.S. Soccer, Cobi Jones went from walk-on freshman in 1988 to UCLA Hall of Famer in 2002.

Caligiuri was a two-time NSCAAAll-American (1985 and 1986) and the 1986 Soccer America Player of the Year. He led UCLA to the 1985 NCAA title, the program’s first-ever in soccer.

Jones eventually won a scholarship with his outstanding play and blossomed into one of UCLA’s all-time greats. He was a catalyst to UCLA’s 1990 NCAA Championship run and was selected by the NSCAA as a second-team All-American in 1991 after setting a UCLA record with 18 assists. The three-time All-Far West performer was twice named UCLA’s Offensive MVP (1989, 1991) and finished his career with 23 goals and 37 assists. His 37 assists rank second on UCLA’s career list.

Lopez was a four-year letterman from 1970-73 and a two-year team captain who led his teams to the NCAA Championship games in 1970, 1972 and 1973 and to the NCAA Quarterfinals in 1971. His 1970 and 1973 teams held undefeated regular season records, and his teams never lost a home game in his four years as a Bruin. After earning two all-conference honors and being selected to play in the 1973 Senior Bowl, Lopez became the No. 1 draft choice in professional soccer by the Los Angeles Aztecs of the North American Soccer League in 1974. In his rookie season, he helped the Aztecs win the NASL title, and in his second year he was selected the Aztecs’ Midfielder of the Year. Lopez has played with and against soccer legends like Pele, Franz Beckenbauer and George Best. Lopez also played three years on the Bruin baseball team and was a placekicker on the 1969 freshman football team. The 1973 graduate (B.A. in Spanish) was a volunteer assistant coach for the Bruins from 1995-2007 and had previously aided the program with videotaping from 1987-1994. He currently teaches AP Spanish Language and Literature at Santa Monica HS.

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Paul Caligiuri

Hall of Fame Class of 1993

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Caligiuri followed his successful collegiate career with a legendary career as a member of the U.S. National Team. In the 1990 CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Tournament, he scored the historic goal against Trinidad & Tobago that earned the U.S. a World Cup berth for the first time in 40 years, a goal that is known as “The Goal Heard Round The World”. Caligiuri played in the 1990 and 1994 World Cups, as well as the 1988 Olympics, and logged 114 caps with the U.S. National Team. A trailblazer for American soccer players, Caligiuri was the first U.S.-born player ever to play in the top-flight division in Germany, playing with SV Meppen and then St. Pauli in the German Bundesliga. He returned to the U.S. in 1996 and played six seasons with the Columbus Crew and Los Angeles Galaxy before retiring in 2001. In his last professional game, he and the Galaxy won the 2001 U.S. Open Cup title. Caligiuri was the head men’s soccer coach at Cal Poly Pomona from 2002-08. He was elected into the U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame in 2004 and the AYSO Hall of Fame in 2002.

Since leaving UCLA, Jones has enjoyed a successful professional and international soccer career. He became the youngest player to reach 100 caps for the U.S. National Team and was one of only two players to play in every game of the 1994 and 1998 World Cups for the United States. Jones, who has a team record 164 National Team caps, also played in the 2002 World Cup. After playing professionally in England and Brazil, Jones returned to the U.S. to play for Major League Soccer in the league’s inaugural season.After playing in the league with the Los Angeles Galaxy for 12 seasons, Jones retired in 2007 a nine-time MLS All-Star and 2002 and 2005 MLS Champion. He is now the associate director of soccer with the New York Cosmos.


UCLA Hall Of Fame Inductees Brad Friedel

Hall of Fame Class of 2003 Brad Friedel, who is recognized as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, entered the UCLA Hall of Fame in 2003. Friedel played keeper for three seasons (1990-91-92) on UCLA soccer squads that amassed a record of 50-8-7 during his tenure. As a freshman, Friedel was named the Soccer America Freshman of the Year, first-team All-Far West and UCLA team MVP while leading the Bruins to the NCAA Championship.The following season,he was namedAll-FarWest and All-American. In 1992, Friedel received a myriad of awards, including All-Far West and All-America honors, UCLA team MVP, ISAA Goalkeeper of the Year and the prestigious Hermann Trophy, given to the nation’s top collegiate soccer player. Friedel, who still holds UCLA’s school record for career goals against average (0.60), recorded 82 international caps for the U.S. National team before retiring from international play in 2005 and has participated in two Olympiads (1992, 2000). In 2000, he started all six games to help lead the U.S. to a semifinal appearance, its highest ever finish at the Olympic Games. Friedel has also been a member of three U.S. World Cup teams (1994, 1998, 2002) and played a major role in leading the 2002 U.S. World Cup team into the quarterfinals, its best showing in 72 years. Friedel twice earned Man of the Match honors in the first round of play, including a 2-0 shutout of Mexico. Friedel’s stellar play led to his selection as the 2002 Chevy Male Athlete of the Year for U.S. Soccer. Professionally, Friedel has played with Columbus of the MLS and for Liverpool, Blackburn, Aston Villa and now Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League. In 2002, he became the first American player picked for the English Premier League team of the year when he was voted the top goalkeeper by his peers. He was also selected the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year in 1997. Friedel is the co-founder and director of Premier Soccer Academies, the first full-scholarship youth soccer academy in the United States.

Sigi Schmid

Hall of Fame Class of 2004 The winningest coach in UCLA Soccer history, Sigi Schmid was elected into the UCLA Hall of Fame in 2004. Schmid led UCLA to NCAA titles in 1985, 1990 and 1997 and was the national Coach of the Year in 1984 and 1997. Schmid was a former four-year starter (1972-75) at midfielder for the Bruin soccer team and was selected All-FarWest in 1975. He played in two NCAA title games and in the NCAA semifinals during his playing career. After graduating in 1976 with a B.S. in Economics, Schmid became a UCLA assistant coach in 1977 and in 1979 before beginning a most successful 19-year career as head coach in 1980. Schmid coached the Bruins to a 322-63-33 record, 16 consecutive post-season appearances and three national titles. He was also an assistant coach on the 1994 World Cup team and the head coach of the U-20 National Team at the 1998 World Youth Championships. Many of Schmid’s former Bruins have gone on to World Cup and Olympic success, including fellow Hall of Famers Paul Caligiuri, Cobi Jones, and Brad Friedel. In 1996 Schmid was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame as one of the first members of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO). In April 1999, Schmid left UCLA to become the head coach of the Los Angeles Galaxy, where he coached until 2004. Schmid led the Galaxy to the title of every major club championship in the United States, including the 2002 MLS Cup Championship. He was named the 1999 MLS Coach of the Year. Schmid returned to the helm of the U-20 National Team in 2005 and led the squad on a historic run at the World Youth Championships. With four UCLA players in the starting lineup, the U.S. went undefeated in group play and did not give up a goal until losing in the quarterfinal match. Schmid’s team finished 2005 with a 9-2-1 international mark and a 14-3-4 record overall. Schmid, who led the Columbus Crew to the 2008 MLS Cup Championship, is currently in his fourth season as the head coach of the Seattle Sounders FC.

Dennis Storer

Hall of Fame Class of 2006 The late Dennis Storer was inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame in 2006, a year before his passing. Storer came to UCLA from Britain in 1966 and began an extraordinarily successful career as a UCLA faculty member, as well as the head coach of Men’s Soccer and Rugby programs. In soccer, Storer was named UCLA head coach after soccer was elevated to NCAA status in 1967. Storer’s soccer teams compiled a remarkable 103-10-10 record while he was at the helm from 1967-73. Although the soccer team did not field any scholarship players under Storer, UCLA had three NCAA runner-up finishes, three West Coast Championships and five All Cal titles. In rugby,Storer’s teams complied an outstanding 362-46-2 record against collegiate, major club and international teams during the period of 1966-1982 and included three National Championships (`68,`72,`75).UCLA Rugby also won every All-Cal title and 16 Southern California division championships.While at UCLA, Storer also served as U.S. National Coach in rugby from 1976-82, and 14 of the first U.S. National team players were Bruins. Storer was widely recognized internationally as a coach and a great sportsman, as well as for his commitment to helping underprivileged youth. From 1968-82, Storer also served as Director of UCLA’s NationalYouth Sports Programs, and during 1982-84 he served as British Olympic Association Executive Director and Attache in USA for the L.A. Olympics. Dennis was honored by Queen Elizabeth II with an OBE in 1994 for services in British/American Education, Sport and Commerce. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1999. Storer, a former captain in the Royal Engineers of the British Army, was also well-known as a television commentator for both soccer and rugby, covering international rugby from England and World Cup soccer from Mexico. Storer passed away at his home in Los Angeles on Sept. 8, 2007 after a battle with cancer. He was 75 years old.

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UCLA Team Awards

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UCLA Team Awards

MVP Defense

MVP 2011 ........................... Chandler Hoffman ................................................... Andy Rose ..................................................Brian Rowe 2010 ........................................Brian Rowe 2009 ..................................Kyle Nakazawa 2008 ..............................Michael Stephens 2007 ..................................Kyle Nakazawa 2006 .............................................Sal Zizzo 2005 ............................................Eric Reed 2004 .......................................Mike Enfield 2003 ......................................... Zach Wells 2002 ......................................Aaron Lopez 2001 ......................................... Zach Wells 2000 ...................... McKinley Tennyson Jr. ..............................................Shaun Tsakiris 1999 ..................................Sasha Victorine 1998 ...................................... Pete Vagenas 1997 ............................................Matt Reis ................................................ Pete Vagenas 1996 .......................................... Tahj Jakins 1995 ........................................ Antè Razov 1994 ........................................ Antè Razov 1993 .....................................Jorge Salcedo 1992 .......................................Brad Friedel 1991 .................................Joe-Max Moore 1990 .......................................Brad Friedel ........................................... Billy Thompson 1989 ........................................Anton Nistl 1988 ...................................Will Steadman 1987 ........................................ Jeff Hooker 1986 ..................................... Paul Caligiuri 1985 ..................................... Paul Caligiuri 1984 ........................................Dale Ervine 1983 ......................................... Tim Harris 1982 ......................................... Tim Harris 1981 ................................... Steve Hazzard 1980 ...................................Ole Mikkelsen

2011 ...........................................Matt Wiet 2010 ...........................................Matt Wiet 2009 ...................................... Luis Serrano 2008 ......................................... Brad Rusin 2007 ......................................... Brad Rusin 2006 ........................................ Mike Zaher 2005 ................................... Jordan Harvey 2004 ......................................Aaron Lopez 2003 ................................. Dru Hoshimiya 2002 .................................Scot Thompson 2001 .................................Scot Thompson 2000 .............................................Ryan Lee 1999 .............................Carlos Bocanegra ....................................................Steve Shak 1998 .............................Carlos Bocanegra ............................................. Nick Rimando 1997 ........................................ Kevin Coye 1996 ..................................Kevin Hartman .................................................. Kevin Coye 1995 ......................................... Adam Frye 1994 ................................. Frankie Hejduk .................................................Chris Snitko 1993 ............................................ Tayt Ianni 1992 ............................................ Tayt Ianni ................................................. Dan Beaney 1991 .......................................Mike Lapper .................................................Brad Friedel 1990 ...................................Ray Fernandez 1989 .......................................Mike Lapper 1988 ........................................Anton Nistl 1987 ...................................Will Steadman 1986 .........................................Eric Biefeld 1985 .........................................Eric Biefeld 1984 ......................................Paul Krumpe 1983 ..................................... Paul Caligiuri ................................................Paul Krumpe 1982 ..................................... Paul Caligiuri 1981 ......................................... Tim Harris 1980 ........................................Mike Callan

MVP Offense

Rookie of the Year

2011 ........................... Chandler Hoffman 2010 ................................... Victor Chavez 2009 ..................................Kyle Nakazawa 2008 ................................. Maxwell Griffin 2007 ................................. Maxwell Griffin 2006 .................................... David Estrada 2005 ........................................ Kamani Hill 2004 .......................................Mike Enfield 2003 .........................................Matt Taylor 2002 ......................................... Tim Pierce 2001 ......................................... Tim Pierce 2000 ......................McKinley Tennyson, Jr. 1999 ......................McKinley Tennyson, Jr. 1998 ...................................... Seth George 1997 ...................................... Seth George 1996 ...................................... Seth George 1995 ........................................Eddie Lewis 1994 ........................................Eddie Lewis 1993 ........................................ Antè Razov 1992 .................................Joe-Max Moore 1991 ......................................... Cobi Jones 1990 .................................Joe-Max Moore 1989 ......................................... Cobi Jones 1988 ................................. Billy Thompson 1987 ................................. Billy Thompson 1986 ........................................ Jeff Hooker ................................................Lucas Martin 1985 ........................................Dale Ervine ..............................................Thomas Silvas 1984 ....................................Thomas Silvas 1983 ........................................Dale Ervine 1982 ........................................Dale Ervine 1981 ...................................Harry Tweedie 1980 ......................................... Tibor Pelle

2011 ....................................Victor Munoz 2010 ....................................... Kelyn Rowe 2009 ................................... Amobi Okugo 2008 ......................................... Andy Rose 2007 ...................................... Kyle McAthy 2006 ..............................Michael Stephens 2005 ......................................... Brad Rusin .......................................................Sal Zizzo 2004 ..................................Marvell Wynne 2003 ..................................... Chad Barrett 2002 .................................... Luke Mehring 2001 ......................................Aaron Lopez 2000 .................................................Alex Yi 1999 .................................Scot Thompson 1998 .................................... Ryan Futagaki 1997 .............................Carlos Bocanegra 1996 ...................................... Pete Vagenas ............................................Sasha Victorine 1995 ..................................Kevin Hartman ................................................ Seth George 1994 .................................. Justin Selander 1993 ...................................... Greg Vanney 1992 ........................................Eddie Lewis 1991 ...........................Eric Chaisongkram 1990 ............................................ Tayt Ianni 1989 ....................................... Dan Beaney ....................................... Chris Henderson 1988 .......................................Mike Lapper 1987 ................................. Brad McAdams 1986 ...................................Ray Fernandez 1985 .........................................Steve Black .......................................Hubert Rotteveel 1984 ..........................................Peter Pelle 1983 ....................................Thomas Silvas

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Mike Zaher

1982 ..................................Doug Swanson 1981 ....................................Mike Getchell 1980 ..................................... Jose Guzman

Most Improved 2011 ...............................Patrick Matchett 2010 ........................Evan Raynr, Joe Sofia 2009 ....................................Sean Alvarado 2008 ...............................Chris Cummings 2007 ........................................Danny Suits 2006 .................................Jason Leopoldo 2005 ........................................ Mike Zaher 2004 .....................................Ahmed Khalil ......................................................Eric Reed 2003 ........................................Ryan Valdez 2002 ................................ Chapin Kreuter 2001 ........................................Ryan Valdez 2000 .................................. Caleb Westbay 1999 ......................................... Tim Pierce 1998 ...................................... Chadd Davis 1997 ..........................................Steve Shak 1996 ............................Chester Goodson 1995 .......................................... Tahj Jakins ................................................ Nick Theslof 1994 ..........................................Josh Keller 1993 ..................................... Phillip Martin ..................................................Joe Christie 1992 ..................................Brian Woolfolk 1991 ..................................... Tim Gallegos 1990 ............................................. Ty Miller 1989 .......................................Sam George 1988 ......................................... Cobi Jones 1987 ...........................................Dana Keir ............................................. Kirk Ferguson 1986 ........................................Anton Nistl ............................................... Nick Skvarna 1985 .....................................Mike Getchell ................................................ Paul Krumpe 1984 ........................... Shaun Del Grande 1983 .............................Peter Drummond 1982 ............................................Pat Miller 1981 ...........................................Mike Arya 1980 .............................. Aldo Del Piccolo

Coaches’ Award 2010 ............................Ryan Hollingshead 2009 ............................Ryan Hollingshead ............................................ Trevor Hunter 2008 ....................................Sean Alvarado ..............................................Beto Nevarez 2007 ...........................Scott Hollingshead 2006 ........................................... Greg Folk 2005 .......................... Jonathan Bornstein 2004 .......................................Patrick Ianni 2003 ...................................... Taylor Canel 2002 .................................... Ryan Futagaki

Most Inspirational 2003 ..................................... Tony Lawson 2002 ..................................... Tony Lawson 2001 ..................................... Tony Lawson 2000 ........................................Brian Foote 1999 ......................................Nick Paneno 1998 ............................................Tom Poltl .......................................................Ryan Lee 1997 ..........................................Josh Keller ......................................................Tom Poltl 1996 .......................................... Brian Irvin 1995 .................................. Justin Selander 1994 .......................................... Brian Irvin 1993 ............................................ Tayt Ianni 1992 ............................................. Ty Miller 1991 .......................................Sam George 1990 .......................................Sam George 1989 .........................................Steve Black ...........................................Will Steadman 1988 .....................................John Purzycki 1987 .................................. Drew Leonard 1986 .............................Hubert Rotteveel 1985 ..........................................Peter Pelle 1984 .......................................Will Staeger 1983 ....................................... Grant Clark 1982 ....................................... Grant Clark 1981 ....................................... Grant Clark 1980 ......................................... Bill Bugbee


All-Time Numerical Roster (since 1981) #00 Kevin Weiner (07-08-09-10) Jake Tenzer (11) #0 Eric Conner (05) #1 John Glenn (81) Tim Harris (81-82-83) David Vanole (81-82-84-85) Drew Leonard (83-84-85) Ed Austin (84) Anton Nistl (86-87-88-89) Nat Gonzalez (88-89-90-91) Robert Silverman (88) Brad Friedel (90-91-92) Chris Snitko (92-93-94-95) Kevin Shepela (92-93-94) Matt Reis (94-97) Kevin Hartman (94-96) Nick Rimando (98-99) DJ Countess (00) Zach Wells (01-02-03) Nate Pena (04-05) Brian Perk (06-07) Trevor Hunter (08-09-10) Earl Edwards (11) #2 Grant Clark (81) Mark Jennings (82) Shaun Del Grande (83) Andy Burke (84-85-86-87) Curtis Partain (88) Cobi Jones (89-90-91) Frankie Hejduk (92-93-94) Adam Cooper (95-96-98-99) Tim Pierce (00-01-02) Brandon Owens (03-04) Marvell Wynne (05) Jason Leopoldo (06-07-08) Shawn Singh (09-10-11) #3 Mike Arya (81) Paul Krumpe (82-83-84-85) Billy Thompson (86-87-88-90) Tayt Ianni (91-92-93) Josh Keller (94-95-96-97) Ryan Futagaki (98-99-01-02) Patrick Ianni (03-04-05) Brad Rusin (06-07-08) Zack Zerrenner (09) Cesar Morales (10-11) #4 Bill Nelson (81) Angelo Stroffilino (82) Eric Biefeld (83) Peter Pelle (84-85-86-87) Fabrizio Luppi (88) Dan Beaney (89-90-91-92) Kevin Coye (94-95-96-97) Ryan Lee (98-99-00) Nelson Akwari (01) Jordan Harvey (02-03-04-05) Edwige Ligondé (06-07) Oscar Reyes (08-09-10-11) #5 Mike Getchell (81) Grant Clark (82-83) Eric Biefeld (84-85-86) Steve Black (87-88-89) Jorge Salcedo (90-91-92-93) Joe Christie (94) Junior Gonzalez (95-96-97-98) Brian Foote (99-00) Aaron Lopez (01-02-03-04) Mike Zaher (05-06-07) Andy Rose (08-09-10-11) #6 Roland Schmid (81-82-83-84) Hubert Rotteveel (85-86) Tait Fenner (87) Mike Lapper (88-89-90-91) Arturo Yepez (90) John O’Brien (92-93) Justin Selander (94-95) Damon Bradshaw (96) Carlos Bocanegra (97-98-99)

Nelson Akwari (00) Cliff McKinley (01-02-03) Ramon Manak (04-05) Sean Alvarado (06-07-08-09) Matt Wiet (10-11) #7 Tibor Pelle (81) Mike Arya (82-83) Shaun Del Grande (84-86-87) Chris Roosen (85) Tim Gallegos (88-89-90-91) Philip Button (92-93) Kenny Wright (94-95) Pete Vagenas (96-97-98-99) Ty Maurin (00-01-02-03) Jonathan Bornstein (04) Edwige Ligonde (05) Chance Myers (06-07) Eder Arreola (08-09-10-11) #8 Harry Tweedie (81) Tibor Pelle (82) Tom Silvas (83-84-85-86) Will Steadman (87-88-89) Joe-Max Moore (90-91-92) Adam Frye (93-94-95) Tom Poltl (96-97-98) Martin Bruno (99) Cliff McKinley (00) Chadd Davis (01-02) Benny Feilhaber (03-04) Sal Zizzo (05-06) Richard Flores (07) Christian Vazquez (08-09) Victor Chavez (10-11) #9 Gary Kretzschmar (81-82) Jeff Hooker (83) John Purzycki (84-85-87-88) Chris Henderson (89) Mark Sharp (90-91) Robbie LaBelle (92-93-94-95) Martin Bruno (96) Seth George (97-98) McKinley Tennyson Jr. (99-00) Matt Taylor (01-02-03) Chad Barrett (04) Jonathan Bornstein (05) Tony Beltran (06-07) Fernando Monge (08-09-10-11) #10 Bill Bugbee (81) Paul Caligiuri (82-83-85-86) Curtis Partain (87) Ray Fenandez (88-89-90) Sean Henderson (91-92-93) Julio Umana (94) Greg Vanney (95) Sasha Victorine (96) Shaun Tsakiris (97-98-99-00) Jimmy Frazelle (01-02) Mike Enfield (03-04) Kyle Nakazawa (06-07-08-09) Kelyn Rowe (10-11) #11 Greg Burns (81) Bill Nelson (82-83) Jeff Hooker (84-86-87) Nick Skvarna (85) Dana Keir (88-89-90) Ty Miller (91-92) Eddie Lewis (93-94-95) Shea Travis (96-97-98-99) Adolfo Gregorio (00-01-02-03) Kamani Hill (04-05) Maxwell Griffin (06-07-08) Dakota Collins (09-10) Victor Munoz (11) #12 Jose Guzman (81) Doug Swanson (82-83-84-85) Ray Fernandez (86) Fabrizio Luppi (87) Sam George (88-89-90-91) Phillip Martin (92-93-94-95) Seth George (96) Sasha Victorine (97-98-99)

Leonard Griffin (00-01-02-03) Damon James (04-05-06) Tomer Konowiecki (07) Cesar Morales (09) Ryan Hollingshead (10-11) #13 Mark Clay (81-82-84-85) Scott Barbour (83) Will Steadman (86) Brad McAdams (87) J.B. Frost (88) Paul Ratcliffe (89) Sean Henderson (90) Terry Shorter (91) Ante Razov (92) Caleb Meyer (93-94-95-96) Nick Paneno (97-98-99) Matt Taylor (00) Chapin Kreuter (01-02) Chad Barrett (03) Luke Mehring (04-05) Michael Stephens (06-07) Brian Perk (08-09) Zack Zerrenner (10-11) #14 Peter Trifunovich (81) Dale Ervine (82-83-84-85) Chris Roosen (86-87-88-89) Chris Henderson (90) Eddie Lewis (92) Greg Vanney (93-94) Nick Theslof (95-96-97) Martin Bruno (98) Caleb Westbay (99-00) Mike Enfield (01-02) Taylor Canel (03-04) Brandon Owens (05-06-07) Chris Cummings (08-09-10-11) #15 Ante Buljan (82) Peter Drummond (83-84-85-86) Mike Brewin (87) Mike Kafka (88) Joe-Max Moore (89) Paul Ratcliffe (90-91-92) Brian Irvin (93-94-95-96) Caleb Westbay (97-98) Kyle Julian (99-00) Ahmed Khalil (01-02-03) Richard Flores (04-05-08) Robert Georgiefski (06-07) Amobi Okugo (09) Zack Foxhoven (10-11) #16 Andy Bonchonsky (81) Gary Smith (82) Peter Houtzager (83) Willy Staeger (84) Steve Black (85-86) Dana Keir (87) Aaron Muth (88) Eric Page (89-91-92) Ty Miller (90) Tahj Jakins (93-94-95-96) Danny Sparks (97) Brandon Kay (98-99-00-01) Luke Mehring (02) Greg Folk (04-05-06-07) Daren Flitcroft (08-09-10-11) #17 Aldo Del Piccolo (81) Pat Miller (82-83) Mike Getchell (84-85) Nick Skvarna (86-87-88) Pat McLaughlin (89) Zak Ibsen (90-91-92) Ante Razov (93-94-95) Nick Paneno (96) Jimmy Conrad (97) Craig Hart (98) Scot Thompson (99-00-01-02) Kiel McClung (03-04-05-06) Andrew Sinderhoff (07-08-09) Chandler Hoffman (10-11) #18 David Brennan (81) Keith Sutton (82)

Afshin Ghotbi (83) Pieter Lehrer (84-85) Lucas Martin (86-87-88) Tayt Ianni (90) Brian Woolfolk (91-92-93-94) Matt Reis (95-96) Nick Rimando (97) Stephen Gardner (98) Zach Wells (99-00) Nate Pena (02-03) Mike Zaher (04) Brad Rusin (05) Trevor Hunter (06-07) Zack Zerrenner (08) Ryan Hollingshead (09) Earl Edwards (10) Reed McKenna (11) #19 Mike Getchell (82) Kirk Ferguson (87-88-89-90) Eric Chaisongkram (91-93-94) Adam Frye (92) Tom Poltl (95) David Kurtz-Reyes (96) McKinley Tennyson Jr. (97) John Carpenter (98) Chadd Davis (00) Ryan Valdez (02) Eli Meschures (03-04-05) Brian Rowe (07-08-09-10-11) #20 Erik Mikkelsen (82) Seth George (95) Clay Kilbarger (96) Steve Shak (97-98-99) Alex Yi (00) Phillip Harr (01-02-03) Ahmed Khalil (04) Maxwell Griffin (05) James Jaramillo (06-07) Prince Lapnet (08-09) Andrew Tusaazemajja (10-11) #21 Dave Brennan (82) Arturo Yepez (90) Terry Weatherspoon (91) Tanner Rupp (93) Nick Theslof (94) Craig Hart (95) Caleb Westbay (96) Chester Goodson (97-98) Jimmy Frazelle (99-00) Alex Yi (01) Evan Corey (02-03-04-05) Ryan White (06-07) Victor Yanez (08-09-10-11) #22 Tres Reid (82) Drew Leonard (86-87) Cobi Jones (88) Eric Page (90) Philip Button (91) Josh Keller (93) Sasha Saneff (94) Kevin Hartman (95) Kevin Perrault (96-97-98-99) Stephen Gardner (00-01) Eric Reed (03-04-05-06) Kyle McAthy (07) Joe Scachetti (08-09) Reid Hukari (10-11) #23 Joe D’Annunzio (82) Arimin Munevar (88) Matt Arnett (89) Isaac Adamson (90) Joe Christie (93) Drew Gardner (94) Kevin Shepela (95) Craig Hart (96) Martin Bruno (97) McKinley Tennyson Jr. (98) Joe Woznuk (99) Tony Lawson (00-01-02-03) Trini Gomez (04) Mike Gardner (05) Patrick Rickards (06-07)

Luis Serrano (08-09) Michael Roman (10) Ryan Lee (11) #24 Pat McLaughlin (88) Matt Arya (90) Jay Kelly (93) Eddie Salcedo (94) Lars Ensberg (96) Craig Hart (97) Tim Pierce (98-99) John Carson (00) Ryan Valdez (03-04-05) David Estrada (06-07-08-09) Reed Williams (10-11) #25 Mike Brewin (88) Jesse Duroshaw (94) Steve Shak (96) Ryan Lee (97) Sean Walker (98-99-00) Dru Hoshimiya (01-02-03) Ryan Munoz (04) Andrew Sinderhoff (06) Fernando DeAlba (07) Michael Roman (09) Bradley McIntosh (10-11) #26 Carlos Torres (94) Chester Goodson (96) Aaron Allen (97) Chadd Davis (99-00) Mike Gardner (03) Mikey Meschures (05-06-07) Evan Raynr (09-10-11) #27 Jimmy Conrad (96) Chris Bosek (97) John Carson (01-02-03) Marvell Wynne (04) Jason Leopoldo (05) Danny Suits (06-07-08-09) Joe Sofia (10-11) #28 David Kurtz-Reyes (97) Kurt Schmid (02) Damon James (03) Edwige Ligondé (04) Sean Alvarado (05) Scott Hollingshead (07) Zac Rothman (08) Matt Norton (09) Nati Schnitman (11) #29 Chandler Hoffman (09) Patrick Matchett (10-11) #30 Michael Stephens (08-09) Alex Padilla (11) Andy Rose

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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All-Time Lettermen David Estrada

—A— Tom Abelew, 78-79-80 Olusegun Adewale, 76-77-78 Shoa Agonafer, 69-70-71-72 Kal Agopian, 68-69 Nelson Akwari, 00-01 Takeda Alemu, 71-72-73 Aaron Allen, 97 James Allen, 74-75-76 Sean Alvarado, 05-06-08-09 Berhane Anderberhan, 67-68-69 Soheil Antirn, 67 Fernando Arevalo, 74-75-76-77 Matt Arnett, 89 Eder Arreola, 08-09-10-11 Mike Arya, 81-82-83 David Atkinson, 72-74-75-76 Ed Avakian, 74 —B— Salvador Baez, 69-70-71 Fariboz Bahadori, 77 Scott Barbour, 83 Chad Barrett, 03-04 Tom Battle, 78 Dan Beaney, 89-90-91-92 Girma Belay, 70-71-72-73 Tony Beltran, 06-07 Eric Biefeld, 83-84-85-86 Steve Black, 85-87-88-89 Carlos Bocanegra, 97-98-99 Diego Bocanegra, 95 Andy Bonchonsky, 80-81 Jonathan Bornstein, 04-05 Chris Bosek, 97 Damon Bradshaw, 96 Dave Brennan, 81, 82 Mike Brewin, 87 Oleg Brovko, 67 Martin Bruno, 96-97-98-99 Bill Bugbee, 79-80-81 Ante Buljan, 82 Andy Burke, 84-85-86-87 Greg Burns, 81 Steve Burnside, 70-71-72 Hal Busick, 75 Philip Button, 92-93

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Tayt Ianni

—C— Paul Caligiuri, 82-83-85-86 Mike Callan, 77-78-79-80 Taylor Canel, 03-04 Roberto Cano, 67-68 Art Carillo, 74-75-76 Robert Carlin, 79 John Carpenter, 98 John Carson, 00-01-02-03 Vladimir Cerin, 74-75 Eric Chaisongkram, 91-93-94 Victor Chavez, 10-11 Joe Christie, 93-94 David Chu, 67-68-69 Grant Clark, 81-82-83 Mark Clay, 81-82-84 Dakota Collins, 09-10 Jimmy Conrad, 96-97 Eric Conner, 05 Adam Cooper, 95-96-98-99 Evan Corey, 02-03-04-05 Gustavo Corona, 79-80 DJ Countess, 00 Kevin Coye, 94-95-96-97 Francisco Crestejo, 68-69 Chris Cummings, 08-09-11 —D— Joe D’Annunzio, 82 Chadd Davis, 99-00-01-02 Fernando DeAlba, 07 Fred Decker, 73-74 Jorge De La Torre, 77 Paul Delgado, 73 Shaun Del Grande, 83-84-86-87 Aldo Del Piccolo, 80-81 Ali Diba, 74-75 Peter Drummond, 83-84-85-86 —E— Matt Eberle, 95 Earl Edwards, 11 Hisham El-Bayar, 76-77-78 Ibrahim El-Hendi, 76 Mike Enfield, 01-02-03-04 Juan Engelsen, 67-68 Lars Ensberg, 96 Buddy Epstein, 68

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Mike Lapper

George Erdely, 71 Dale Ervine, 82-83-84-85 David Estrada, 06-07-08-09 Ike Ezidema, 76-77-78

Leonard Griffin, 00-01-02-03 Maxwell Griffin, 05-06-07-08 Joel Gutierrez, 68-69 Jose Guzman, 80-81

—F— Dennis Feeney, 74 Benny Feilhaber, 03-04 Tait Fenner, 87 Kirk Ferguson, 88-89-90 Hector Fernandez, 69-70 Ray Fernandez, 86-88-89-90 Gil Fine (mgr), 82 Charles Fisher, 78-79-80 Daren Flitcroft, 08-09-10-11 Richard Flores, 04-05-07-08 Greg Folk, 04-05-06-07 Horacio Fonseca, 70-71-72 Brian Foote, 99, 00 Firooz Fowzi, 73-74 Zack Foxhoven, 10-11 Armondo Franco, 72-73 Jimmy Frazelle, 99-00-01-02 Peter Fredrikson, 74-75-76 Brad Friedel, 90-91-92 J.B. Frost, 88, 89 Adam Frye, 92-93-94-95 Ryan Futagaki, 98-99-01-02

—H— Israel Halberstein, 81 Phillip Harr, 01-02-03 Tim Harris, 80-81-82-83 Craig Hart, 95-97-98 Kevin Hartman, 95-96 Jordan Harvey, 02-03-04-05 Steve Hazzard, 81 Steve Hector, 76 Frankie Hejduk, 92-93-94 Chris Henderson, 89-90 John Henderson, 70-72 Sean Henderson, 90-91-92-93 Kamani Hill, 04-05 Ulrich Hoenighausen, 82 Chandler Hoffman, 09-10-11 Moshe Hoffman, 74 Ryan Hollingshead, 09-10-11 Scott Hollingshead, 07 Jeff Hooker, 83-86- 87 Robert Hopper, 75 Dru Hoshimiya, 01-02-03 Peter Houtzager, 83 Reid Hukari, 10 Russell Hulse, 79 Trevor Hunter, 07-08-09-10

—G— Tim Gallegos, 88-89-90-91 Drew Gardner, 94 Mike Gardner, 03-05 Stephen Gardner, 98, 00-01 Yaregal Gebreyesus, 71-72-73 Sam George, 88-89-90-91 Seth George, 95-96-97-98 Robert Georgiefski, 07 Mike Getchell, 81-82-84-85 Afshin Ghotbi, 83 John Glenn, 81 Mego Godjamanian, 77 Trini Gomez, 04 Junior Gonzalez, 95-96-97-98 Nat Gonzalez, 88-89-90-91 Ruben Gonzalez, 69-70 Chester Goodson, 95-96-97-98 Joseph Graziani, 68 Adolfo Gregorio, 00-01-02-03

—I— Patrick Ianni, 03-04-05 Tayt Ianni, 90-91-92-93 Zak Ibsen, 90-91-92 Brian Irvin, 93-94-95-96 —J— Charlie Jackson, 69 Tahj Jakins, 93-94-95-96 Damon James, 04-05-06 James Jaramillo, 06-07 Mark Jennings, 82 Cobi Jones, 88-89-90-91 Kyle Julian, 00 George Jurica, 71 —K— Mike Kafka, 88 Sam Kawas, 71

Brandon Kay, 98-99-00-01 Dana Keir, 87-88-89-90 Josh Keller, 94-95-96-97 Jay Kelly, 93 Ahmed Khalil, 01-02-03-04 Clay Kilbarger, 95-96 Mike Kinsbergen, 79-80 Tomer Konowiecki, 07 Jean-Pierre Kornos, 67 Gary Kretzschmar, 80-81-82 Chapin Kreuter, 01-02 Paul Krumpe, 82-83-84-85 David Kurtz-Reyes, 96-97 —L— Robbie LaBelle, 92-93-94-95 Prince Lapnet, 08 Mike Lapper, 88-89-90-91 Tony Lawson, 00-01-02-03 Ryan Lee, 97-98-99-00 Ryan Lee, 11 Pieter Lehrer, 84-85 Martin Lemon, 80 Drew Leonard, 84-85-86-87 Jason Leopoldo, 05-06-07-08 Eddie Lewis, 92-93-94-95 Tom Liehr, 74-75 Edwige Ligondé, 04-05-07 Ton Lim, 75 Terry Lippman, 72-73-74-75 Greg Logan, 79 Aaron Lopez, 01-02-03-04 Jose Lopez, 70-71-72-73 Richard Lopez, 76 Fabrizio Luppi, 87-88 David Lutes, 82 Mike Lynch, 79 Kenneth Lyon, 68 —M— Bill Magee, 74 Ramon Manak, 04-05 Frank Marshall, 67-68 Lucas Martin, 86-87-88 Phillip Martin, 93-94-95 Patrick Matchett, 10-11 Fred Matthes, 79, 81 Ty Maurin, 00-01-02-03 Paul Mayersohn, 67-68 Giovanni Mayorga, 74-75


All-Time Lettermen Zak Ibsen

Brad McAdams, 87 Kyle McAthy, 07 Gordon McBeth, 67 Kiel McClung, 03-04-05-06 Hugh McGracken, 69 Reed McKenna, 11 Cliff McKinley, 00-01-02-03 Pat McLaughlin, 88-89 Luke Mehring, 02-04-05 Sergio Melgar, 77-78-79-80 Eli Meschures, 03-04-05 Mikey Meschures, 05-06-07 Caleb Meyer, 93-94-95-96 Tom Meyer, 67-68 Manuel Meza, 72 Erik Mikkelsen, 83 Ole Mikkelsen, 77-78-79-80 Pat Miller, 81-82-83-84 Ty Miller, 90-91-92 Yosi Mizrahi, 78-79 Fernando Monge, 08-09-11 Joe-Max Moore, 90-91-92 Jonathan Moore, 68-69 Morgan Moore, 78-79 Cesar Morales, 09-11 Ken Moreen, 79-80 Armin Munevar, 88 Ryan Munoz, 04 Victor Munoz, 11 Aaron Muth, 88 Chance Myers, 06-07 —N— Kyle Nakazawa, 06-07-08-09 Dan Nannini, 79 Bill Nelson, 81-82-83 Don Nelson, 73 Tony Nemar, 67-68-69 Tim Ngubeni, 76-77-78 Anton Nistl, 86-87-88-89 Matt Norton, 09 —O— John O’Brien, 92-93 Ruben Ochoa, 72-73 Bernard Okoye, 67-68 Amobi Okugo, 09 Ed Olmedo, 67 Bernardo Ortiz, 70

Ryan Futagaki

Luis Ortiz, 67 Kawsi Osei, 71 Mark Otsea, 72-73 Brandon Owens, 03-04-05-07 —P— Eric Page, 89-90-91-92 Nick Paneno, 96-97-98-99 Curtis Partain, 87 Peter Pelle, 84-85-86-87 Tibor Pelle, 80-81-82 Nate Pena, 02-03-04-05 Odir Pereira, 67 Brian Perk, 06-07-08-09 Kevin Perrault, 97-98-99 Tim Pierce, 99-00-01-02 Tom Poltl, 95-96-97-98 Joe Pronk, 74-75 Stephen Pugliese, 95 John Purzycki, 84-85-87-88 —R— Richard Ramirez, 78 Paul Ratcliffe, 89-90-91-92 Evan Raynr, 09-10-11 Anté Razov, 92-93-94-95 Leif Redal, 74-75-76-77 Eric Reed, 03-04-05-06 Richard Rees, 74-75 Tres Reid, 82 Matt Reis, 94-95-96-97 Oscar Reyes, 08-09-10-11 Patrick Rickards, 06-07 Nick Rimando, 97-98-99 Michael Roman, 09-10 Chris Roosen, 85-86-88-89 Andy Rose, 08-09-10-11 Zac Rothman, 08 Hubert Rotteveel, 85-86 Brian Rowe, 08-09-10-11 Kelyn Rowe, 10-11 Tanner Rupp, 93 Brad Rusin, 05-06-07-08 —S— Eddie Salcedo, 95 Hector Salcedo, 71-72-73 Jorge Salcedo, 90-91-92-93 Bruce Sallie, 77-78 Cairo Salviterra, 67-68-69 Steve Sampson, 74

Sam George

Sasha Saneff, 95 Kurt Schmid, 02 Roland Schmid, 80-82-83-84 Sigi Schmid, 72-73-74-75 Jerry Schnitman, 75-76-77 Dieter Schulte, 70-71 Joseph Schwartz (mgr), 68-69 Justin Selander, 94-95 Luis Serrano, 08-09 Steve Shak, 96-97-98-99 Mark Sharp, 90-91 Kevin Shepela, 93-94-95 Terry Shorter, 91 Shawn Singh, 09-10-11 Tom Silvas, 83-84-85-86 Andrew Sinderhoff, 06-07-08-09 Nick Skvarna, 85-86-87-88 Gary Smith, 82, 83 Chris Snitko, 92-93-94-95 Joe Sofia, 10-11 John Sowers, 68 Danny Sparks, 97 Willy Staeger, 84 Will Steadman, 86-87-88-89 Michael Stephens, 06-07-08-09 John Strachan, 68 Angelo Stroffolino, 78-79-81-82 Dan Strug, 77 Danny Suits, 06-07-08-09 Keith Sutton, 82 Doug Swanson, 82-83-84-85 Arthur Szylewicz, 67-68-69

—U— Julio Umaña, 94 —V— Ryan Valdez, 02-03-04-05 Pete Vagenas, 96-97-98-99 Daken Vanderburg, 95 Tom Vanderhof, 77 Mike Vanneman, 76-77 Greg Vanney, 93-94-95 David Vanole, 81-82-84-85 Christian Vazquez, 08-09 Hector Velasquez, 75-76 Sergio Velasquez, 71-73-74 Sasha Victorine, 96-97-98-99 —W— Sean Walker, 98-99-00 Paul Washington, 68 Brad Webster, 78-79 Kevin Weiner, 07-08-09-10 Zach Wells, 00-01-02-03 Caleb Westbay, 97-98-99-00

Ryan White, 06-07 Matt Wiet, 10-11 Reed Williams, 10-11 Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel, 69-70-71-72 Brian Woolfolk, 91-92-93-94 Joe Woznuk, 99 Kenny Wright, 94-95 Marvell Wynne, 04-05 —Y— Victor Yanez, 09-10-11 Arturo Yepez, 90 Alex Yi, 00-01 —Z— Mike Zaher, 04-05-06-07 Carlos Zavaleta, 76-77-78 Raul Zavaleta, 75-76-77-78 Cherif Zein, 72-73-74 Zack Zerrenner, 08-09-10-11 Corey Zimmerman, 82 Sal Zizzo, 05-06 Boldface indicates current Bruins

McKinley Tennyson Jr.

—T— Matt Taylor, 00-01-02-03 McKinley Tennyson, Jr., 97-98-99-00 Soloman Terfa, 69-70-71 Robert Thalman, 79 Nick Theslof, 94-95-96-97 Billy Thompson, 86-87-88-90 Scot Thompson, 99-00-01-02 Robert Thrussell, 68-69-70-71 Carlos Torres, 94-95 Shea Travis, 96-97-98-99 Carlos Trevino, 72-73 Peter Trifunovich, 79-80-81 Shaun Tsakiris, 97-98-99-00 Andrew Tusaazemajja, 10-11 Harry Tweedie, 79-80-81

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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NCAA Champions

1985

The 1985 Bruin squad won its first NCAA title with a record-setting eight overtime 1-0 victory over American University in the NCAA Championship game at the Kingdome in Seattle, WA on Dec. 14. UCLA lost just one game in 1985 - a 2-1 loss against Fresno State in September.The Bruins,however,never looked back, winning or tying the remaining 13 games of the regular season. In the NCAA playoffs, UCLA, as the Far West’s top seed, defeated California, 3-1, in the first round, UNLV, 1-0 in overtime, in the second round, and SMU, 2-0, in the quarterfinals.

First Round

Nov. 17 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 3, California 1 Goals: Swanson, Silvas, Ervine

Second Round

Nov. 24 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 1, UNLV 0 (ot) Goal: Ervine

Quarterfinals

Dec. 1 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 2, SMU 0 Goals: Ervine, Rotteveel

Semifinals

Dec. 8 (Evansville, IN) UCLA 3, Evansville 1 Goals: Ervine, Silvas, Getchell

In the Final Four, the Bruin defense, led by Paul Krumpe, Eric Biefeld, Paul Caligiuri and goalkeeper Finals David Vanole, was masterful, allowing just one goal Dec. 14 (Seattle, WA) UCLA 1, American 0 (8ot) in 256 minutes. UCLA’s offense, led by Dale Ervine Goal: Burke with four post-season goals and Mike Getchell with four assists, was opportune. After first defeating Evansville, 3-1, in the semifinals, UCLA advanced to the finals for the first time since head coach Sigi Schmid’s playing days.

The championship game turned out to be one for the ages, as the Bruins and American University battled it out for a record 166 minutes, five seconds. Both defenses were impenetrable despite the two teams combining for 47 shots. American dominated in the first half, outshooting UCLA 10-2. All-American forward Michael Brady came closest to scoring in the first stanza, but his shot from 25 yards out went just wide right.Vanole also made critical saves during that shot barrage and had six total saves in the game. The Bruins controlled possession in the second half and gained a big advantage in the second half when Eagle defender Serge Torreilles was ejected for violent conduct, but UCLA was unable to capitalize. Fatigue, coupled with a slippery Astroturf field, played a major factor in the game. Short sudden death overtime periods of five minutes each prevented any opportunity of establishing rhythm. Finally, nearly four hours after the initial whistle blew, opportunity struck. And for this Hollywood team, it was only fitting that the hero was seldom-used defender Andy Burke. Injured for most of the season and nearly redshirted, Burke was making his first NCAA Tournament appearance of the year, entering during overtime. In the 167th minute, he worked himself free to receive a pass from Krumpe, caught the American goalkeeper cheating to the near post and scored on a far-post shot from 13 yards out. The goal was his first ever as a Bruin.

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1990

Much like the 1985 national championship team, the 1990 squad won UCLA’s second NCAA championship with defense, posting 300 minutes of shutout soccer in a span of two days at the Final Four. The season began rather ignominiously for the Bruins, who gave up a goal just 30 seconds after kicking off opening day. The defense improved as the season went along, ultimately proving to be the team’s best asset in the NCAA playoffs. The Bruins blazed into the post-season having outscored opponents, 14-3, in the final three regular season games. After a first round bye, they defeated San Diego, 2-1, on a Joe-Max Moore goal in overtime. In the quarterfinals, UCLA, behind redshirt freshman goalkeeper Brad Friedel, shut out SMU, 2-0, to advance to the Final Four.

First Round Bye

Second Round

Nov. 18 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 2, San Diego 1 (ot) Goals: Lapper, Moore

Quarterfinals

Nov. 25 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 2, SMU 0 Goals: Henderson, Thompson

Semifinals

Dec. 1 (Tampa, FL) UCLA 1, NC State 0 (UCLA advances on PKs, 5-3)

Finals

Dec. 2 (Tampa, FL) UCLA 1, Rutgers 0 (UCLA wins on PKs, 4-3)

Once in Tampa, FL for the Final Four, however, UCLA’s, as well as its opponents’, offense vanished. Despite being outshot, 33-14, by its semifinal opponent North Carolina State, UCLA held ground and kept the game scoreless after regulation play and two 15-minute overtime periods. This was done even while playing the final 28 minutes down a man after senior defender Ray Fernandez was ejected. In the penalty shootout, UCLA scored on penalty kicks by Tim Gallegos, Moore, Sam George, Chris Henderson and last-minute substitute Mark Sharp.TheWolfpack converted three kicks, with Friedel deflecting a shot by Scott Schweitzer for the game-saver. The Bruins advanced to the championship game the next day against a more rested Rutgers squad, one that had earlier in the season handed UCLA its only loss of the year. 2-1. As in the semifinals and in UCLA’s last championship match appearance, a defensive battle ensued. Each squad recorded 22 shots in the game, and each had chances to score late in the contest. The Bruins’ Billy Thompson hit the near post in the 84th minute, and he was unable to connect on the rebound, shooting high. Near the end of the first overtime, Rutgers nearly went ahead, but Alexi Lalas’ header hit the crossbar. In the penalty shootout, Rutgers’ Lino DiCuollo connected in the first round, and Rutgers appeared to be in control after Bill Andracki stopped George’s shot. UCLA pulled even when Steve Rammel was saved by Friedel and Moore converted. Dave Mueller also missed, and Tim Gallegos connected to give UCLA the advantage. Maurice Mazzocchi scored for Rutgers in round four, but Henderson put UCLA back ahead, 3-2. A Chris Beach make tied the score at 3-3, setting the stage for a Bruin freshman for the last kick of the round.

Recalled Schmid, “Andy hadn’t played much that year. Before the game, his dad had read an article in the Wall Street Journal that talked about how the last guy, the most unexpected person, is the one who makes the biggest contribution sometimes. He had relayed that message to Andy the day before, and the next day Andy went out and made the biggest contribution.”

Freshman Jorge Salcedo, who had missed three times in high school in penalty kick shootouts, stepped up to the mark with a chance to win the championship for the Bruins. Salcedo studied Rutgers’ keeper Andracki prior to his turn and noticed a trend.

“Anytime you win a championship, it obviously takes a special place,” he continued. “This one ranks right up there with all of the other championships. The first one is always a little special, though, because it’s the first one. As a player, I played in three Final Fours but never won it, so it was especially satisfying to win it the first time as a coach.”

Salcedo coolly made his shot, giving UCLA its second NCAA title.

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‘’I usually go to the left,’’ Salcedo said after the game.‘’But on the first four shots, I saw the goalkeeper was guessing. I waited and hit it to the opposite side.’’


NCAA Champions

1997

“You Gotta Be a Soldier” — UCLA’s adopted theme for 1997 was most appropriate considering the rash of injuries to key starters the Bruins had to endure at the Championships. Despite playing without co-captain and Player of the Year candidate Sasha Victorine for most of the season, senior All-MPSF defender Kevin Coye for the bulk of the playoffs and team MVP Pete Vagenas for the Final Four, head coach Sigi Schmid’s troops prevailed and reeled in the third NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship in school history. UCLA cruised through the post-season, allowing just one goal in the MPSF Conference Championship match and five NCAA games. The Bruins posted a 3-0 NCAA first-round win over Santa Clara and shut out Washington in the second round, 1-0. In the quarterfinals, Clemson jumped ahead, 1-0, before UCLA rallied to win, 2-1.

First Round

Nov. 23 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 3, Santa Clara 0 Goals: Paneno, Bruno, George

Second Round

Dec. 1 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 1, Washington 0 Goal: George

Quarterfinals

Dec. 6 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 2, Clemson 1 Goals: Vagenas, Bruno

Semifinals

Dec. 12 (Richmond,VA) UCLA 1, Indiana 0 (2ot) Goal: Tennyson

Finals

Dec. 14 (Richmond,VA) UCLA 2,Virginia 0 Goals: George (2)

The Bruins faced top-ranked and undefeated Indiana in the semifinals in a rematch of the 1994 NCAA Semis which saw the Hoosiers pick apart redshirt freshman goalkeeper Matt Reis to win 4-1. But Reis gained redemption for that night in 1994 and was more than outstanding, stopping everything shot his way. Indiana could not find a way to figure out Reis, who made a school record-tying 11 saves on 25 shots on goal. Over 131 scoreless minutes after kickoff, a UCLA corner kick found its way to Josh Keller, who then passed it to Ryan Lee. The freshman took a shot that was deflected by an Indiana defender. However, the deflection went right to Indiana native McKinley Tennyson, Jr., who tapped it into an empty net for the 1-0 win in sudden death overtime. A matchup with a powerful Virginia team playing in its home state loomed next for UCLA in the Championship game.With playmaker Vagenas unable to play, Schmid was forced to adopt a more defensive, counterattacking style that frustrated Virginia the entire game.Although the Cavaliers had their chances in the game - they had 15 shots on goal, nine of which were stopped mostly in spectacular fashion by Reis - they could not capitalize. One of those saves came early in the second half, when Reis slid out of the box about 22 yards out and beat a streaking Jason Moore to the ball. Virginia stepped up its pressure near the end of regulation, but the Bruins picked their opportunities to counter and took advantage of a miscue in the 80th minute. After Keller’s sliding pass to Bruno beat Cavalier defender Scott Vermillion, the Bruins had just one defender to beat by the penalty area for the game’s first goal. Bruno hooked a no-look pass to an open Seth George, who beat goalkeeper Brock Yetso for the go-ahead goal. Two minutes later, Virginia played with fire again while trying to equalize. With most of the Cavaliers up front, the Bruins again took advantage. After Tennyson fired a shot that Yetso stopped, no Cavalier defenders were there to clear, and George, the tournament’s Offensive MVP, easily hit the deflection into the empty net to put the game away.

2002

A new era in UCLA soccer could not have gotten off to a better start than it did in 2002. Under first-year head coach Tom Fitzgerald, the Bruins captured its first Pac-10 championship and its fourth NCAA title, making Fitzgerald only the second coach in NCAA soccer history to win a Division I title in his first year with the program. The Bruins made it to the College Cup thanks to a blistering offense that scored 14 goals in three games but then won the championship thanks to a stingy defense that shut out Stanford in the title game.

First Round Bye

Second Round

Nov. 27 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 4, LMU 2 Goals: McKinley, Lopez, Gregorio (2)

Third Round

Nov. 30 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 3, California 2 Goals: Lopez, McKinley, Taylor

Quarterfinals

Dec. 7 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 7, Penn State 1 Goals: Gregorio, Pierce (2), Taylor (3), Frazelle

A 13-3-3 regular season record and the team’s firstever Pac-10 Championship led to a No. 3 seeding in Semifinals the NCAA Tournament and home field advantage Dec. 13 (Dallas, TX) UCLA 2, Maryland 1 until the College Cup.The Bruins’ path to the College Goals: Taylor, Gregorio Cup ran through two teams that had beaten them Finals earlier in the season. UCLA first disposed of Loyola Dec. 15 (Dallas, TX) Marymount,4-2,in the NCAA second round,avenging UCLA 1, Stanford 0 a 2-0 loss in September. California, who had earlier Goal: Lopez defeated UCLA, 1-0 in a controversial overtime decision, was the Bruins’ next victim, by a 3-2 mark in the third round.A 7-1 drubbing of Penn State in the quarterfinals landed the Bruins in the College Cup for the second time in four years. Matt Taylor recorded a hat trick in the contest, and Tim Pierce added two goals of his own, while Cliff McKinley tied an NCAA Tournament record with three assists. UCLA’s prolific offense would next face top-seeded Maryland in the semifinals, and like in the other two matchups against top-ranked teams during the season, the Bruins were up for the challenge. UCLA got on the boards first with a Taylor goal off an Adolfo Gregorio assist in the 75th minute, but Maryland came back to equalize in the 81st minute. Just one minute later, McKinley was taken down in the penalty box by Maryland keeper Noah Palmer, and Gregorio scored the ensuing penalty kick and game-winning goal. In the championship game, UCLA had another matchup with conference rival Stanford, the two teams’ third meeting of the year.This game would be no different, as the Bruins won by the same 1-0 score they had won by in the previous two matchups. Both teams had good scoring opportunities in the game. Stanford had a header cleared off the line by Jimmy Frazelle in the early minutes, and Ryan Futagaki had a hard shot ricochet off the left post in the 31st minute. But all things changed in the 89th minute. Ty Maurin was fouled near the left corner with the Bruins on the attack and earned a free kick for UCLA. Futagaki’s perfectlyplaced free kick found Aaron Lopez, who one-timed the ball past Stanford goalie Robby Fulton into the top right corner with 1:02 remaining on the clock for the championship-winning goal. Lopez was named the MVP of the College Cup, and teammates Zach Wells, who earned the shutout in the title match; Gregorio, Taylor and Scot Thompson received All-Tournament acclaim.

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NCAA Tournament Results Since 1968, UCLA has participated in the NCAA Tournament 39 times (including 29 consecutive since 1983), winning national championships in 1985, 1990, 1997 and 2002. In 1985, the Bruins defeated American University in eight overtimes for their first NCAA championship. In 1990, 1968 – San Jose St. 3, UCLA 1, 2nd Round 1970 – UCLA 3, USF 2, 2nd Round UCLA 3, Denver 1, Quarterfinals UCLA 4, Howard 3, Semifinals Saint Louis 1, UCLA 0, Final 1971 – UCLA 5, Chico St. 1, 2nd Round USF 6, UCLA 2, Quarterfinals 1972 – UCLA 5, Washington 0, 2nd Round UCLA 3, at San Jose St. 2, Quarterfinals UCLA 1, Cornell 0, Semifinals Saint Louis 4, UCLA 2, Final 1973 – UCLA 3, Washington 0, 2nd Round UCLA 3, USF 2 (2 ot), Quarterfinals UCLA 2, Clemson 1 (ot), Semifinals Saint Louis 2, UCLA 1 (ot), Final 1974 – UCLA 3, San Jose St. 2 (3 ot) 2nd Round UCLA 1, USF 0 (2 ot), Quarterfinals at Saint Louis 2, UCLA 1 (2 ot), Semifinals Hartwick 3, UCLA 2, 3rd Place 1975 – USF 4, UCLA 2, 2nd Round 1976 – USF 1, UCLA 0, 2nd Round 1977 – UCLA 3, California 0, 2nd Round USF 4, UCLA 1, Quarterfinal 1980 – at USF 2, UCLA 1 (ot), 2nd Round 1983 – at USF 5, UCLA 0, 1st Round 1984 – UCLA 2, at Fresno St. 1, 1st Round at UCLA 1, USF 0, 2nd Round at UCLA 2, Harvard 0, Quarterfinals Clemson 4, at UCLA 1, Semifinals 1985 – at UCLA 3, California 1, 1st Round at UCLA 1, UNLV 0 (ot), 2nd Round at UCLA 2, SMU 0, Quarterfinals UCLA 3, at Evansville 1, Semifinals UCLA 1, American 0 (8 ot), Final 1986 – at UCLA 3, CS Fullerton 0, 1st Round at Fresno St. 1, UCLA 0 (ot), 2nd Round 1987 – UCLA 1, at Fresno St 0, 1st Round UCLA 1, at UNLV 0 (UNLV forfeited, UCLA advanced), 2nd Round San Diego St. 2, at UCLA 1, Quarterfinals 1988 – at UCLA 2, San Diego St. 1, 1st Round at Portland 2, UCLA 0, 2nd Round 1989 – at UCLA 2*, San Diego St. 1, 1st Round at UCLA 1*, Portland 0, 2nd Round at Santa Clara 2, UCLA 0, Quarterfinals 1990 – at UCLA 2, San Diego 1 (ot), 2nd Round at UCLA 2, SMU 0, Quarterfinals UCLA 1*, North Carolina State 0, Semifinals UCLA 1*, Rutgers 0, Final 1991 – at UCLA 3, Portland 0, 2nd Round Santa Clara 2, at UCLA 1, Quarterfinals 1992 – San Diego 2, at UCLA 1, 2nd Round 1993 – San Diego 4, at UCLA 2 (ot), 1st Round 1994 – at UCLA 3, UAB 2 (ot), 1st Round UCLA 4, at SMU 2, 2nd Round

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the Bruins defeated Rutgers in a penalty kick shootout for their second title. In 1997, Bruin forward Seth George scored two goals in the last 10 minutes of the game to defeat Virginia 2-0 in the championship game. An Aaron Lopez goal with 1:02 to play in regulation gave the Bruins the 2002 title, 1-0 over Stanford.

at UCLA 3, College of Charleston 2, Quarterfinals Indiana 4, UCLA 1, Semifinals 1995 – at UCLA 2, Cal Poly 1, 1st Round Santa Clara 2, at UCLA 1, 2nd Round 1996 – at Cal State Fullerton 2, UCLA 1, 1st Round 1997 – at UCLA 3, Santa Clara 0, 1st Round at UCLA 1, Washington 0, 2nd Round at UCLA 2, Clemson 1, Quarterfinals UCLA 1, Indiana 0 (3ot), Semifinals UCLA 2,Virginia 0, Final 1998 – at UCLA 2, Fresno State 1, 1st Round Creighton 2, at UCLA 0, 2nd Round 1999 – at UCLA 4, San Diego 1, 1st Round UCLA 2, at Saint Louis 0, 2nd Round UCLA 2, at Virginia 0, Quarterfinals Indiana 3, UCLA 2 (4ot), Semifinals 2000 – at San Diego 1, UCLA 0 (ot), 1st Round 2001 – UCLA 3,Loyola Marymount 2 (ot),1st Round UCLA 4, at San Diego 0, 2nd Round at SMU 1, UCLA 0, 3rd Round 2002 – at UCLA 4, Loyola Marymount 2, 2nd Round at UCLA 3, California 2, 3rd Round at UCLA 7, Penn State 1, Quarterfinals UCLA 2, Maryland 1, Semifinals UCLA 1, Stanford 0, Final 2003 – at UCLA 3, Tulsa 2, 2nd Round at UCLA 2, FIU 0, 3rd Round Indiana 2, at UCLA 1, Quarterfinals 2004 – at UCLA 3, Loyola Marymount 0, 2nd Round St. John’s 2, at UCLA 1, 3rd Round 2005 – SMU 3, at UCLA 0, 2nd Round 2006 – at UCLA 3 Harvard 0, 2nd Round at UCLA 3, Clemson 0, 3rd Round UCLA 3, at Duke 2 (ot), Quarterfinals UCLA 4,Virginia 0, Semifinals UC Santa Barbara 2, UCLA 1, Final 2007 – at UCLA 1, New Mexico 0, 1st Round at Santa Clara 3, UCLA 1, 2nd Round 2008 – Cal Poly 1, at UCLA 0, 1st Round 2009 – at UCLA 2, Sacramento State 1, 2nd Round at UCLA 2, UC Santa Barbara 1, 3rd Round at Wake Forest 2, UCLA 0, Quarterfinals 2010 – at UCLA 4, Sacramento State 1, 2nd Round at UCLA 2, Dartmouth 1 (2ot), 3rd Round at Lousiville 5, UCLA 4 Quarterfinals 2011 – at UCLA 1, Delaware 0, 2nd Round at UCLA 3, Rutgers 0, 3rd Round UCLA 1, at Lousiville 0 (2ot), Quarterfinals UCLA 2, North Carolina 2*, Semifinals *Won in Penalty kick shootouts.

UCLA also has finished second four times (1970, ’72 ’73 and 2006), third four times (1984, ’94, ’99, ‘11) and fourth once (1974). UCLA has advanced to collegiate soccer’s Final Four 13 times and has a record of 12-10. The Bruins’ all-time NCAA record is 67-36. Below are UCLA’s post-season results.

UCLA’s Opponent Record In NCAA Tournament Games American ............................................................................. 1-0 California ............................................................................. 3-0 Cal Poly .............................................................................. 1-1 Cal State Fullerton ............................................................ 1-1 Chico State ......................................................................... 1-0 Clemson .............................................................................. 3-1 College of Charleston ...................................................... 1-0 Cornell................................................................................. 1-0 Creighton ............................................................................ 0-1 Dartmouth.......................................................................... 1-0 Delaware ............................................................................. 1-0 Denver ................................................................................. 1-0 Duke..................................................................................... 1-0 Evansville ............................................................................. 1-0 Florida International ......................................................... 1-0 Fresno State ....................................................................... 3-1 Hartwick ............................................................................. 0-1 Harvard ............................................................................... 2-0 Howard ............................................................................... 1-0 Indiana.................................................................................. 1-3 Louisville.............................................................................. 1-1 Loyola Marymount ............................................................ 3-0 Maryland.............................................................................. 1-0 New Mexico ....................................................................... 1-0 North Carolina .................................................................. 0-1 North Carolina State ....................................................... 1-0 Penn State ........................................................................... 1-0 Portland ............................................................................... 2-1 Rutgers ................................................................................ 2-0 Sacramento State .............................................................. 2-0 Saint Louis........................................................................... 1-4 San Diego ............................................................................ 3-3 San Diego State ................................................................. 2-1 San Francisco...................................................................... 4-6 San Jose State ..................................................................... 2-1 Santa Clara.......................................................................... 1-4 SMU...................................................................................... 3-2 St. John’s............................................................................... 0-1 Stanford ............................................................................... 1-0 Tulsa ..................................................................................... 1-0 UAB ...................................................................................... 1-0 UC Santa Barbara ............................................................. 1-1 UNLV ................................................................................... 2-0 Virginia ................................................................................. 3-0 Wake Forest ...................................................................... 0-1 Washington......................................................................... 3-0

UCLA’s NCAA Record Round-By-Round 1st Round..........................................................................13-5 2nd Round ......................................................................23-11 3rd Round ........................................................................... 6-2 Quarterfinals ....................................................................13-8 Semifinals............................................................................. 8-5 3rd Place Game ................................................................. 0-1 Finals .................................................................................... 4-4


All-Time Results 1967 (12-1-1) Head Coach Dennis Storer Cal Poly Pomona W 5-0 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo T 2-2 Fresno Pacific W 10-1 Biola College W 4-1 USC W 8-1 Corinthians W 4-0 Westmont W 3-0 UC Santa Barbara W 3-0 Long Beach State W 3-1 Loyola Marymount W 3-1 Cal Tech W 7-0 Occidental College W 1-0 UC Riverside W 9-1 San Francisco L 0-1 1968 (12-2-1) Head Coach Dennis Storer Cal Poly Pomona W 4-2 Long Beach State W 7-4 Pomona College W 10-1 UC Santa Barbara W 3-1 Biola College W 7-0 Fresno Pacific W 12-0 UC Davis W 2-0 UC Santa Barbara W 4-3 California W 2-0 USC W 4-0 Stanford W 4-0 Loyola Marymount W 1-0 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo T 1-1 Westmont L 0-1 San Jose State (NCAA Trny.) L 1-3 1969 (14-1-0) Head Coach Dennis Storer Cal State Fullerton W 3-0 Woodbury College W 9-0 Claremont College W 10-1 Westmont W 5-4 UC Santa Cruz W 6-1 UC Davis W 5-1 California W 3-2 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 5-1 Stanford W 8-0 Biola College W 2-1 UC Santa Barbara W 3-1 Loyola Marymount W 7-2 Loyola Marymount W 8-2 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 3-1 San Diego State L 1-2 1970 (16-1-0) Head Coach Dennis Storer Cal State Los Angeles W 12-0 Westmont W 5-2 University Club W 5-3 UC San Diego W 3-1 UC Santa Barbara W 3-1 UC Davis W 4-1 Stanford W 8-0 Biola College W 3-1 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 6-1 Long Beach State W 6-1 Loyola Marymount W 10-0 Air Force W 6-1 Chico State W 4-2 San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) W 3-2 Denver (NCAA Trny.) W 3-1 Howard (NCAA Trny.) W 4-3 Saint Louis (NCAA Trny.) L 0-1

1971 (18-2-0) Head Coach Dennis Storer Univ. of Mexico W 2-0 Occidental College W 5-0 Yugoslav Americans W 4-2 SM Soccer Club W 3-1 San Diego State W 5-3 UC San Diego W 12-1 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 9-0 Long Beach State W 7-1 Cal State Fullerton W 5-1 San Jose State W 3-1 Biola College W 4-1 UC Riverside W 5-0 UC Davis W 6-0 UC Santa Barbara W 6-0 San Francisco L 0-1 Stanford W 5-0 Westmont W 6-1 Cerritos College W 8-1 Chico State W 5-1 San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) L 2-6 1972 (12-2-3) Head Coach Dennis Storer Univ. of Mexico W 3-1 San Diego State W 4-0 Westmont T 0-0 Seattle Pacific W 2-0 San Jose State T 3-3 Washington W 2-0 Cal State Fullerton T 1-1 San Jose State W 3-2 Fresno State L 0-1 Biola College W 2-0 San Francisco W 2-1 Stanford W 7-5 USC W 6-1 Washington W 5-0 San Jose State (NCAA Trny.) W 3-1 Cornell (NCAA Trny.) W 1-0 Saint Louis (NCAA Trny.) L 2-4 1973 (18-1-4) Head Coach Dennis Storer Maccabi W 3-2 Pepperdine W 13-1 Cal State Fullerton W 3-0 U.S. International W 4-1 USC W 11-0 San Francisco T 3-3 Stanford W 2-1 UC San Diego W 3-1 UC Santa Barbara W 6-1 UC Davis T 1-1 California W 2-0 Seattle Pacific W 3-0 Washington T 3-3 Westmont W 1-0 Westmont W 3-2 San Jose State T 1-1 Biola College W 4-1 Fresno State W 4-1 Washington W 3-0 San Diego State W 5-1 San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) W 3-2 Clemson (NCAA Trny.) W 2-1 Saint Louis (NCAA Trny.) L 1-2 1974 (15-3-4) Head Coach Terry Fisher Santa Clara T Pepperdine W UC Santa Barbara W Saint Louis L Stanford W Biola College W San Jose State T

1-1 4-0 3-1 1-4 4-0 4-0 2-2

Fresno State UC Riverside UC San Diego Cal State Fullerton San Francisco San Diego State Westmont Washington State California USC USC San Jose St. (NCAATrny.) (ot) San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) (ot) Saint Louis (NCAA Trny.) Hartwick (NCAA Trny.)

W W W T W T W W W W W W W L L

2-0 5-1 2-0 1-1 2-0 2-2 3-1 5-0 2-0 2-0 4-1 3-2 1-0 1-2 1-3

1975 (11-6-3) Head Coach Steve Gay New Mexico T Pomona College W Santa Clara L Saint Louis L SIU-Edwardsville L UC Riverside W Stanford T San Francisco L Biola College W Fresno State W UC Santa Barbara W UC Davis W UC Riverside W California W Westmont W Cal State Fullerton (ot) L San Diego State T San Jose State W USC W San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) L

1-1 1-0 1-2 0-2 0-4 5-1 2-2 2-5 5-3 3-0 3-1 3-2 7-1 5-2 2-1 1-2 3-3 1-0 2-0 1-4

1976 (13-5-1) Head Coach Steve Gay Chapman College W UNLV W U.S. International L Chico State L Saint Louis W Santa Clara T San Jose State L Stanford W California W Biola College W UC San Diego W UC Riverside W UC Davis W UC Santa Barbara W Westmont L San Diego State W Cal State Fullerton W USC W San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) L

5-0 1-0 0-1 0-2 2-1 3-3 0-3 4-0 4-0 4-0 3-2 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 2-1 2-1 2-0 0-1

1977 (19-5-3) Head Coach Steve Gay Los Angeles Baptist W Azusa Pacific W Cal State Los Angeles W Loyola Marymount W Simon Fraser T Whittier W Pomona Pitzer W U.S. International W UNLV W Stanford W UC Riverside W California T UC Davis W Santa Clara W

2-0 5-0 3-0 17-0 0-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 3-2 3-0 5-0 1-1 3-2 3-2

San Francisco Westmont California Biola College San Francisco USC San Jose State Cal State Fullerton UC Santa Barbara San Diego State USC California (NCAA Trny.) San Francisco (NCAA Trny.)

L T L W L L W W W W W W L

1-2 1-1 0-1 3-1 0-1 2-3 4-0 5-1 2-0 1-0 4-3 3-0 1-4

1978 (14-8-1) Head Coach Steve Gay North Texas State L SMU L Texas Christian W Evansville W Indiana L Akron W Florida International W Portland T Westmont W Cal State Fullerton W California W Santa Clara L USC W San Jose State L San Francisco L Simon Fraser W Biola College W San Francisco L Stanford W USC W San Diego State W UC Santa Barbara L UNLV W

1-2 1-2 5-2 1-0 1-2 4-1 4-3 0-0 2-0 3-2 4-3 1-2 3-2 2-3 0-3 2-0 2-0 2-3 2-0 6-0 2-0 0-2 1-0

1979 (15-10-3) Head Coach Steve Gay Cal State Los Angeles W Cleveland State L Saint Louis L Connecticut L Boston U. L Vermont T Hartwick L North Carolina W Old Dominion L SIU-Edwardsville L UC Santa Barbara W UC Davis W California T UC San Diego W UC Santa Cruz W Cal State Fullerton W Santa Clara W Biola College W USC L UNLV W California W San Diego State W USC L Colorado College W Westmont T San Jose State W San Francisco L Stanford W

2-1 2-3 0-2 1-2 2-3 0-0 1-2 4-1 2-3 0-2 2-0 3-0 1-1 3-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 3-1 3-0 2-1 1-3 3-0 1-1 2-1 1-4 2-1

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All-Time Results 1980 (18-2-2) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/2 .............. CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W ............ 2-1 9/6 .............. at Cal State Northridge ............................W.............. 4-2 9/11 ........... at Portland....................................................W.............. 2-1 9/13 ........... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 2-0 9/16 ........... at Simon Fraser ...........................................W.............. 3-2 9/20 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 2-0 9/24 ........... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W......4-3 (ot) 9/27 ........... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 3-0 9/30 ........... SIMON FRASER..........................................L ................ 1-5 10/3 ........... California (All-Cal Trny.) ............................W.............. 3-1 10/3 ........... at UC Riverside (All-Cal Trny.) ................W.............. 2-0 10/4 ........... UC Davis (All-Cal Trny.) ............................W.............. 4-0 10/12 ......... at USC...........................................................W.............. 1-0 10/16 ......... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 5-1 10/18 ......... BYU ...............................................................T................ 2-2 10/21 ......... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 3-1 10/25 ......... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/29 ......... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 3-0 11/1 ........... USC ...............................................................W.............. 4-1 11/7 ........... at San Jose State..........................................W.............. 1-0 11/9 ........... at Santa Clara ..............................................W.............. 2-0 11/30 ......... at San Francisco (NCAA Trny.)................L ................ 1-2 1981 (12-5-3) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................W.............. 9-0 9/5 .............. at Cal State Dominguez Hills ...................W.............. 4-0 9/12 ........... Boston College (Adelphi Trny.)................L ................ 1-2 9/13 ........... Syracuse (Adelphi Trny.) ............................W.............. 3-0 9/16 ........... at Boston U. .................................................L ................ 1-3 9/19 ........... at Rhode Island ...........................................W.............. 4-2 9/25 ........... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 1-0 9/29 ........... at Westmont ...............................................T........0-0 (ot) 10/2 ........... California (All-Cal Trny.) ............................T........0-0 (ot) 10/2 ........... at UC Riverside (All-Cal Trny.) ................W.............. 5-0 10/3 ........... UC Davis (All-Cal Trny.) ...........................W.............. 1-0 10/7 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 5-0 10/10 ......... at Stanford ....................................................W.............. 2-0 10/13 ......... at San Francisco ..........................................L ................ 0-2 10/17 ......... SAN JOSE STATE .......................................L ................ 0-1 10/23 ......... at San Diego State ......................................T........0-0 (ot) 10/31 ......... SANTA CLARA ..........................................W.............. 3-1 11/4 ........... at UNLV ........................................................L ................ 2-3 11/7 ........... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 2-1 11/14 ......... LONG BEACH STATE ..............................W.............. 7-0 1982 (16-4) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/3 .............. UW-Green Bay (FSU Classic) .................W.............. 2-1 9/4 .............. at Fresno State (FSU Classic)...................L ................ 1-2 9/11 ........... at Adelphi (Adelphi Trny.) ..........................W.............. 5-0 9/12 ........... Duke (Adelphi Trny.) ..................................L ................ 1-2 9/15 ........... at Vermont ....................................................W.............. 3-1 9/21 ........... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 6-0 9/25 ........... at CS Northridge........................................W.............. 3-0 9/28 ........... PORTLAND.................................................W.............. 2-0 10/1 ........... California (All-Cal Trny.) ............................W......2-1 (ot) 10/5 ........... at U.S. International ....................................W.............. 3-2 10/10 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 4-1 10/13 ......... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 2-0 10/16 ......... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W......2-1 (ot) 10/24 ......... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................L ................ 1-2 10/27 ......... at Stanford ....................................................W.............. 3-2 10/30 ......... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................L ................ 1-3 11/3 ........... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 1-0 11/7 ........... at Long Beach State....................................W.............. 4-0 11/12 ......... at Santa Clara ..............................................W.............. 4-1 11/14 ......... at San Jose State (forfeit) ..........................W......2-2 (ot) 1983 (17-2-3) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/2 .............. at Evansville ..................................................T........1-1 (ot) 9/3 .............. BYU (UNLV Trny.) ......................................W.............. 3-0 9/7 .............. at Loyola Marymount ................................W.............. 5-0 9/10 ........... at UW-Green Bay (UWGB Trny.) ..............T........ 1-1 (ot) 9/11 ........... Wisconsin (UWGB Trny.) .........................T........1-1 (ot) 9/14 ........... at Marquette ................................................W.............. 3-0

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9/20 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 3-2 9/23 ........... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 3-0 9/27 ........... at San Diego.................................................W.............. 3-1 10/2 ........... CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS .........W.............. 4-0 10/7 ........... UC Riverside (All-Cal Trny.) .....................W.............. 8-0 10/7 ........... UC Davis (All-Cal Trny.) ............................W.............. 1-0 10/8 ........... at California (All-Cal Trny.) .......................L ................ 1-2 10/12 ......... at UNLV ........................................................W.............. 1-0 10/15 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 2-1 10/18 ......... U.S. INTERNATIONAL .............................W.............. 2-1 10/23 ......... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 6-0 10/26 ......... SANTA CLARA ..........................................W......4-3 (ot) 10/30 ......... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 2-1 11/6 ........... SAN JOSE STATE .......................................W.............. 4-0 11/9 ........... LONG BEACH STATE ..............................W.............. 3-0 11/16 ......... at San Francisco (NCAA Trny.) ...............L ................ 0-5 1984 (19-3-2) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. CAL POLY POMONA ..............................W.............. 1-0 9/8 .............. Clemson (Indiana Trny.) .............................W.............. 2-1 9/9 .............. Virginia (Indiana Trny.)................................W.............. 2-1 9/12 ........... at UNC-Charlotte ......................................W.............. 4-0 9/15 ........... South Florida (Duke Trny.) .......................W...... 3-2 (ot) 9/16 ........... Duke (Duke Trny.) ......................................W.............. 2-0 9/22 ........... at Cal State Dominguez Hills ...................W.............. 4-1 9/26 ........... at Fresno State ............................................T........3-3 (ot) 9/30 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 1-0 10/6 ........... Stanford (Pac-10 Trny.) .............................T........ 2-2 (ot) 10/7 ........... at California (Pac-10 Trny.) ......................L ........ 3-4 (ot) 10/10 ......... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 6-1 10/14 ......... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 4-0 10/18 ......... BIOLA COLLEGE.......................................W.............. 5-0 10/21 ......... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W.............. 3-1 10/28 ......... at Santa Clara ..............................................W.............. 1-0 10/30 ......... at San Jose State..........................................W.............. 4-2 11/3 ........... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 3-2 11/7 ........... UNLV.............................................................L ................ 0-3 11/10 ......... LONG BEACH STATE ..............................W.............. 6-0 11/18 ......... at Fresno State (NCAA Trny.) .................W.............. 2-1 11/25 ......... SAN FRANCISCO (NCAA Trny.) ..........W.............. 1-0 12/2 ........... HARVARD (NCAA Trny.) .........................W.............. 2-0 12/9 ........... CLEMSON (NCAA Trny.) ........................L ................ 1-4 1985 (20-1-4) NCAA Champs Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/2 .............. WESTMONT ..............................................W.............. 3-1 9/6 .............. Connecticut (Indiana Trny.).......................T........1-1 (ot) 9/7 .............. Indiana (Indiana Trny.) ................................W.............. 1-0 9/14 ........... Tampa (FIU Trny.) ........................................W.............. 4-2 9/15 ........... at FIU (FIU Trny.).........................................T........ 1-1 (ot) 9/20 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 3-2 9/25 ........... Fresno State (@CSUN) ...........................L ................ 1-2 9/29 ........... SAN JOSE STATE .......................................W.............. 5-0 10/5 ........... CALIFORNIA (UCLA Classic) ................W.............. 3-2 10/6 ........... STANFORD (UCLA Classic) ..................W.............. 2-1 10/9 ........... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 1-0 10/14 ......... at UNLV ........................................................T........ 2-2 (ot) 10/16 ......... at U.S. International ....................................T........ 1-1 (ot) 10/18 ......... at Loyola Marymount ................................W.............. 5-0 10/23 ......... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 1-0 10/25 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 2-1 10/30 ......... at UC Irvine .................................................W.............. 4-1 11/3 ........... CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W.............. 3-0 11/6 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 1-0 11/10 ......... SANTA CLARA ..........................................W.............. 1-0 11/17 ......... CALIFORNIA (NCAA Trny.) ..................W.............. 3-1 11/24 ......... UNLV (NCAA Trny.) ..................................W...... 1-0 (ot) 12/1 ........... SMU (NCAA Trny.) ....................................W.............. 2-0 12/8 ........... at Evansville (NCAA Trny.) .......................W.............. 3-1 12/14 ......... American (NCAA Trny.) ............................W....1-0 (8ot) 1986 (16-1-5) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. at Westmont ................................................W......2-1 (ot) 9/7 .............. at Santa Clara ..............................................W.............. 5-0 9/9 .............. at San Jose State..........................................T........2-2 (ot) 9/14 ........... CHAPMAN COLLEGE .............................T........1-1 (ot) 9/17 ........... UC IRVINE ...................................................W.............. 2-0

9/21 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................T........0-0 (ot) 9/26 ........... Stanford (Pac-10 Trny.) ..............................W.............. 2-0 9/27 ........... California (Pac-10 Trny.) ............................W.............. 2-1 10/5 ........... at Fresno State ............................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/8 ........... at San Diego.................................................W.............. 4-0 10/12 ......... U.S. INTERNATIONAL .............................W......2-1 (ot) 10/15 ......... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 4-2 10/19 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/21 ......... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ........................W.............. 5-1 10/24 ......... American (Clemson Trny.) ........................W.............. 6-0 10/26 ......... at Clemson (Clemson Trny.).....................W.............. 3-0 11/1 ........... NEW MEXICO (UCLA Classic) .............W.............. 4-1 11/2 ........... DUKE (UCLA Classic) ..............................W.............. 3-0 11/5 ........... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W.............. 6-0 11/8 ........... at Cal State Los Angeles............................W.............. 1-0 11/16 ......... CS FULLERTON (NCAA Trny.) ..............W.............. 3-0 11/23 ......... at Fresno State (NCAA Trny.) .................L ........0-1 (ot) 1987 (14-7-1) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. WESTMONT ..............................................W.............. 5-1 9/6 .............. UNLV.............................................................W.............. 2-0 9/11 ........... SMU (UNLV Trny.) ......................................L ................ 1-2 9/12 ........... Air Force (UNLV Trny.) .............................W.............. 3-0 9/18 ........... American (Patriot Invite) ..........................W.............. 2-1 9/20 ........... at George Mason (Patriot Invite) ............W.............. 2-1 9/24 ........... at Yale.............................................................L ................ 1-4 9/27 ........... at Connecticut ............................................L ................ 1-2 10/4 ........... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W......2-1 (ot) 10/10 ......... California (Pac-10 Trny.) ............................W.............. 2-1 10/11 ......... at Stanford (Pac-10 Trny.) ..........................L ................ 0-1 10/14 ......... SAN DIEGO ................................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/18 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 2-0 10/22 ......... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 2-1 10/25 ......... SANTA CLARA ..........................................W.............. 1-0 10/28 ......... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................L ................ 0-2 10/31 ......... NOTRE DAME (UCLA Classic) ..............W.............. 3-2 11/1 ........... INDIANA (UCLA Classic) .......................L ................ 1-2 11/4 ........... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 3-1 11/8 ........... CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W.............. 1-0 11/15 ......... at Fresno State (NCAA Trny.) .................W.............. 1-0 11/22 ......... at UNLV (NCAA Trny.) (bye)...................W.............. 1-0 11/29 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE (NCAA Trny.) ........L ................ 1-2 1988 (13-5-4) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/2 .............. Evansville (Indiana Classic) .......................L ................ 1-3 9/3 .............. at Indiana (Indiana Classic) .......................L ................ 1-2 9/9 .............. Virginia (UNLV Trny.) .................................L ................ 0-3 9/10 ........... Connecticut (UNLV Trny.) ........................W.............. 1-0 9/14 ........... UC IRVINE ...................................................W.............. 4-0 9/17 ........... SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLL.........W.............. 5-0 9/20 ........... at Santa Clara ..............................................L ................ 0-1 9/25 ........... SAN JOSE STATE .......................................W.............. 6-1 9/28 ........... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W......1-0 (ot) 10/3 ........... at Fresno State ............................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/8 ........... Stanford (Pac-10 Trny.) ..............................W.............. 1-0 10/9 ........... California (Pac-10 Trny.) ............................W.............. 3-0 10/13 ......... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 8-0 10/16 ......... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 1-0 10/22 ......... NAVY (UCLA Classic) ..............................W.............. 2-0 10/23 ......... SO. CAROLINA (UCLA Classic) ...........T........0-0 (ot) 10/27 ......... at UNLV ........................................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/30 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 4-2 11/2 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 1-0 11/6 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T........1-1 (ot) 11/13 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE (NCAA Trny.) ........W.............. 2-1 11/20 ......... at Portland (NCAA Trny.) .........................L ................ 0-2 1989 (18-4-1) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. at Akron (Akron Trny.)...............................W.............. 2-0 9/2 .............. Cleveland State (Akron Trny.) ..................W.............. 3-1 9/5 .............. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLL.........W.............. 6-0 9/10 ........... at UC Irvine .................................................W.............. 7-0 9/12 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 2-0 9/17 ........... ST. MARY’S ...................................................W.............. 3-0 9/20 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 2-0 9/23 ........... at New Mexico ...........................................W.............. 2-0


All-Time Results 9/26 ........... UC SAN DIEGO ........................................W.............. 1-0 10/1 ........... SANTA CLARA ..........................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/6 ........... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 1-0 10/8 ........... STANFORD (ot).........................................W......2-0 (ot) 10/11 ......... at San Diego State (ot) ..............................L ........2-3 (ot) 10/15 ......... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 2-0 10/20 ......... UW GREEN BAY (UCLA Classic) .........W.............. 3-0 10/22 ......... RUTGERS (UCLA Classic) .......................W.............. 1-0 10/27 ......... WESTMONT ..............................................W.............. 2-0 10/29 ......... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 2-0 11/4 ........... at South Carolina (So. Carolina Classic) L ........2-3 (ot) 11/5 ........... Howard (So. Carolina Classic) .................L ................ 0-2 11/12 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE (NCAA Trny.) ........W.............. 2-1 Chris Henderson

11/19 ......... PORTLAND (NCAA Trny.) ......................W.............. 1-0 11/25 ......... at Santa Clara (NCAA Trny.)....................L ................ 0-2 1990 (19-1-4) NCAA Champs Head Coach Sigi Schmid 8/28 ........... UC IRVINE ...................................................W.............. 3-1 9/1 .............. Indiana (UNLV Trny.) ..................................W.............. 3-0 9/2 .............. Old Dominion (UNLV Trny.) ....................W.............. 3-0 9/5 .............. at San Diego.................................................T........3-3 (ot) 9/9 .............. CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS .........W.............. 5-1 9/12 ........... WESTMONT ..............................................W.............. 4-1 9/16 ........... ST. MARY’S ...................................................W.............. 1-0 9/19 ........... at Santa Clara ..............................................T........1-1 (ot) 9/23 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................T........0-0 (ot) 9/28 ........... at California .................................................W.............. 1-0 9/30 ........... at Stanford ....................................................W......2-1 (ot) 10/7 ........... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 2-1 10/9 ........... SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLL.........W.............. 7-0 10/13 ......... Princeton (Rutgers Trny.) .........................W......2-1 (ot) 10/14 ......... at Rutgers (Rutgers Trny.) .........................L ................ 1-2 10/19 ......... AIR FORCE (UCLA Classic) ....................W.............. 3-0 10/21 ......... WAKE FOREST (UCLA Classic) ...........W......2-0 (ot) 10/28 ......... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 4-1 10/30 ......... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 9-1 11/4 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T........1-1 (ot) 11/18 ......... SAN DIEGO (NCAA Trny.) .....................W......2-1 (ot) 11/25 ......... SMU (NCAA Trny.) ....................................W.............. 2-0 12/1 ........... No. Carolina St. (NCAA Trny.) .................W......1-0 (ot) 12/2 ........... Rutgers (NCAA Trny.)................................W......1-0 (ot) 1991 (18-4-0) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/3 .............. WESTMONT ..............................................W.............. 3-2 9/7 .............. at Hartford (Constitutional Cup) ...........W.............. 2-1 9/8 .............. Boston U. (Constitutional Cup) ..............W.............. 2-0 9/13 ........... Portland (ot) (Seattle Trny.) ......................W.............. 3-1 9/15 ........... at Washington (Seattle Trny.)....................L ........1-2 (ot) 9/20 ........... Creighton (FSU Classic)............................W.............. 6-0 9/22 ........... at Fresno State (FSU Classic)...................L ................ 0-1 9/25 ........... at UNLV ........................................................W.............. 2-1 9/29 ........... CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W.............. 3-0 10/6 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 2-0

10/11 ......... at San Francisco ..........................................L ................ 0-1 10/13 ......... at St. Mary’s ..................................................W.............. 5-0 10/18 ......... ARMY (UCLA Classic) ..............................W.............. 3-0 10/20 ......... AKRON (UCLA Classic) ..........................W.............. 2-0 10/25 ......... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 3-0 10/27 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 2-0 10/30 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 4-1 11/3 ........... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W.............. 5-1 11/8 ........... CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS .........W.............. 3-1 11/10 ......... SAN JOSE STATE .......................................W.............. 8-0 11/24 ......... PORTLAND (NCAA Trny.) ......................W.............. 3-0 12/1 ........... SANTA CLARA (NCAA Trny.)................L ................ 1-2 1992 (13-3-3, 6-1-0 MPSF) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/5 .............. Notre Dame (Indiana Trny.)......................W.............. 1-0 9/6 .............. at Indiana (Indiana Trny.)............................W.............. 1-0 9/9 .............. CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS .........W.............. 2-0 9/13 ........... CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO ..........W.............. 5-0 9/15 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W......2-1 (ot) 9/20 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 5-0 9/25 ........... William & Mary (ODU Classic) .............T........0-0 (ot) 9/27 ........... at Old Dominion (ODU Classic) ............W.............. 1-0 10/4 ........... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 4-0 10/9 ........... at New Mexico ...........................................L ................ 0-1 10/11 ......... at UNLV ........................................................W.............. 1-0 10/16 ......... DAVIDSON (UCLA Classic)....................L ................ 1-3 10/18 ......... SMU (UCLA Classic) .................................T........1-1 (ot) 10/23 ......... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................W.............. 3-1 10/25 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 2-0 10/29 ......... at UC Irvine .................................................W.............. 4-1 11/1 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 3-1 11/6 ........... Stanford (MPSF Trny.).................................T................ 1-1 11/21 ......... SAN DIEGO (NCAA Trny.) .....................L ................ 1-2 1993 (18-3-0, 6-1-0 MPSF) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/4 .............. North Carolina (CSUF Trny.) ...................W.............. 5-3 9/6 .............. Oregon State (CSUF Trny.).......................W.............. 4-0 9/10 ........... UC IRVINE ..................................................W.............. 4-0 9/12 ........... CHAPMAN COLLEGE .............................W.............. 2-0 9/17 ........... Tulsa (SMU Classic) ....................................W.............. 6-0 9/18 ........... at SMU (SMU Classic) ...............................W.............. 4-0 9/24 ........... CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W.............. 6-0 9/26 ........... CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS .........W.............. 3-1 9/29 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................L ................ 1-2 10/3 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 3-0 10/8 ........... NEW MEXICO ...........................................W.............. 2-0 10/10 ......... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 2-0 10/15 ......... at Cal State Northridge ............................W.............. 1-0 10/17 ......... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 2-1 10/22 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 2-0 10/24 ......... at Cal State Fullerton ................................L ................ 1-2 10/29 ......... OLD DOMINION (UCLA Classic)........W.............. 4-2 10/31 ......... RUTGERS (UCLA Classic) .......................W.............. 2-0 11/5 ........... STANFORD (MPSF Trny.) .........................W.............. 2-1 11/7 ........... CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE (MPSF Trny.) ...W.............. 2-0 11/14 ......... SAN DIEGO (NCAA Trny.) .....................L ........2-4 (ot) 1994 (18-5-0, 6-1-0 MPSF) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/3 .............. Stanford (CSUF Trny.) ................................W......2-1 (ot) 9/5 .............. Sacramento State (CSUF Trny.) ..............W.............. 5-0 9/9 .............. WESTMONT ..............................................W......1-0 (ot) 9/14 ........... at Davidson ..................................................W.............. 5-1 9/16 ........... Furman (@ Davidson) ...............................W......2-1 (ot) 9/23 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 2-1 9/25 ........... at UC Irvine .................................................L ................ 3-4 9/30 ........... St. John’s (Rutgers Trny.) ...........................W.............. 2-1 10/2 ........... at Rutgers (Rutgers Trny.) ........................W.............. 1-0 10/7 ........... at UNLV ........................................................W.............. 3-0 10/9 ........... at New Mexico ...........................................W.............. 1-0 10/14 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA ............................W......2-1 (ot) 10/16 ......... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ...................W.............. 7-0 10/21 ......... CAL STATE FULLERTON .......................W.............. 2-1 10/23 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 4-0 10/28 ......... NOTRE DAME (UCLA Classic) ..............W.............. 4-0 10/30 ......... INDIANA (UCLA Classic) .......................L ................ 0-2 11/6 ........... FRESNO STATE ..........................................L ................ 0-1

11/13 ......... at Fresno State (MPSF Trny.) ....................L ................ 0-1 11/20 ......... UAB (NCAA Trny.).....................................W......3-2 (ot) 11/27 ......... at SMU (NCAA Trny.)................................W.............. 4-2 12/4 ........... CHARLESTON (NCAA Trny.).................W.............. 3-2 12/9 ........... Indiana (NCAA Trny.) ................................L ................ 1-4 1995 (18-3-1, 7-0-0 MPSF) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/2 .............. Vermont (CSUF Trny.) ..............................W.............. 3-0 9/4 .............. Penn State (CSUF Trny.) ...........................W.............. 4-1 9/8 .............. North Carolina St. (Duke Trny.) .........................W......1-0 (ot) 9/10 ........... at Duke (Duke Trny.)..................................L ........3-4 (ot) 9/16 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 1-0 9/22 ........... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 3-0 9/24 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 2-0 9/29 ........... UC IRVINE ...................................................W.............. 6-0 10/1 ........... ST. MARY’S ...................................................W.............. 4-0 10/6 ........... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 7-1 10/8 ........... NEW MEXICO ...........................................W.............. 5-0 10/13 ......... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 2-0 10/15 ......... at Cal State Northridge ............................W.............. 2-0 10/20 ......... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W.............. 4-0 10/22 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 3-0 10/27 ......... BROWN (UCLA Classic) ..........................................L ................ 0-1 10/29 ......... WASHINGTON (UCLA Classic) ............T........1-1 (ot) 11/5 ........... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 4-2 11/10 ......... WASHINGTON (MPSF Trny.) ................W.............. 3-0 11/12 ......... FRESNO STATE (MPSF Trny.) .................W.............. 1-0 11/19 ......... CAL POLY SLO (NCAA Trny.) ..............W.............. 2-1 11/26 ......... SANTA CLARA (NCAA Trny.) ..............L ................ 1-2 1996 (16-4-0, 5-0-0 MPSF) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. at Loyola Marymount ................................W.............. 3-0 9/7 .............. at Indiana (Indiana Trny.) ................................................W......1-0 (ot) 9/8 .............. SMU (Indiana Trny.) ..................................W.............. 1-0 9/15 ........... at Fresno State ............................................L ................ 1-3 9/19 ........... CALIFORNIA ..............................................L ........1-2 (ot) 9/22 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 1-0 9/27 ........... Portland (Husky Classic)...........................W......2-1 (ot) 9/29 ........... at Washington (Husky Classic) ...............L ................ 1-3 10/4 ........... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 1-0 10/6 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 6-0 10/11 ......... CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W.............. 2-1 10/13 ......... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................W.............. 2-0 10/17 ......... UC IRVINE ...................................................W.............. 2-1 10/20 ......... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 2-0 10/25 ......... OREGON STATE (UCLA Classic) .........W.............. 2-0 10/27 ......... SAINT LOUIS (UCLA Classic) ................W.............. 3-2 11/2 ........... at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo .....................W.............. 2-1 11/10 ......... SACRAMENTO STATE .............................W.............. 9-0 11/17 ......... at California (MPSF Trny.)..........................W.............. 4-0 11/24 ......... at Cal State Fullerton (NCAA Trny.) ......L ................ 1-2 1997 (22-2-0, 4-1-0 MPSF) NCAA Champs Head Coach Sigi Schmid 8/29 ........... Santa Clara (CSUF Trny.) .........................W.............. 2-1 8/31 ........... Vanderbilt (CSUF Trny.) ...........................W.............. 3-0 9/7 .............. LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ........................W.............. 3-1 9/12 ........... UAB (Saint Louis Trny.) ..................................................L ................ 0-2 9/14 ........... at Saint Louis (Saint Louis Trny.) ............W.............. 2-0 9/19 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 3-1 9/21 ........... at Sacramento State ...................................W.............. 6-1 9/28 ........... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 2-0 10/3 ........... CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO...............W.............. 3-0 10/5 ........... SAN JOSE STATE .......................................W.............. 3-0 10/9 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 3-0 10/12 ......... at Cal State Northridge ............................W.............. 4-0 10/17 ......... at CS Fullerton ............................................L ................ 1-3 10/19 ......... at UC Irvine .................................................W.............. 4-0 10/26 ......... CAL STATE LOS ANGELES .....................W.............. 5-0 10/31 ......... UMASS (UCLA Classic) ...........................W.............. 3-1 11/2 ........... DUKE (UCLA Classic) ..................................................W.............. 4-2 11/9 ........... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 6-1 11/16 ......... STANFORD (MPSF Trny.) ........................W.............. 1-0 11/23 ......... SANTA CLARA (NCAA Trny.) ..............W.............. 3-0 12/1 ........... WASHINGTON (NCAA Trny.) .............W.............. 1-0

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All-Time Results 12/6 ........... CLEMSON (NCAA Trny.) .......................W.............. 2-1 12/12 ......... Indiana (NCAA Trny.) ................................W....1-0 (2ot) 12/14 ......... Virginia (NCAA Trny.) ..............................W.............. 2-0 1998 (17-4-0, 7-2-0 MPSF) Head Coach Sigi Schmid 9/1 .............. CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS .........W.............. 7-0 9/6 .............. at South Carolina........................................L ................ 1-2 9/9 .............. at Davidson ..................................................W.............. 3-0 9/13 ........... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 3-0 9/17 ........... GONZAGA .................................................W.............. 1-0 9/20 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 6-0 9/25 ........... at San Diego.................................................W.............. 2-0 10/4 ........... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W......2-1 (ot) 10/9 ........... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 1-0 10/11 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 5-0 10/16 ......... at UC Irvine .................................................W.............. 2-1 10/18 ......... at Cal State Fullerton ................................L ................ 1-2 10/24 ......... at Sacramento State ...................................W.............. 3-0 10/30 ......... ST. MARY’S (UCLA Classic) ....................W.............. 2-0 11/1 ........... INDIANA (UCLA Classic) ......................W.............. 2-1 11/6 ........... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 3-2 11/8 ........... at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo .....................W.............. 2-0 11/13 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................L ................ 0-2 11/15 ......... OREGON STATE ......................................W.............. 1-0 11/22 ......... FRESNO STATE (NCAA Trny.) ..............W.............. 2-1 11/29 ......... CREIGHTON (NCAA Trny.) ..................L ................ 0-2 1999 (19-3-0, 7-0-0 MPSF) Head Coach Todd Saldaña 9/3 .............. Denver (CSUF Trny.) .................................W.............. 6-0 9/5 .............. Syracuse (CSUF Trny.) ..............................W.............. 2-1 9/10 ........... at FIU (FIU Trny.).........................................L ......0-1 (2ot) 9/12 ........... Butler (FIU Trny.) ......................................................................W....4-3 (2ot) 9/17 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 3-1 9/19 ........... at San Jose State..........................................W.............. 1-0 9/26 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 3-0 9/29 ........... at Loyola Marymount ................................W....2-1 (2ot) 10/8 ........... at Cal State Northridge ............................W......2-1 (ot) 10/10 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 3-1 10/15 ......... at UNLV ........................................................W.............. 6-1 10/17 ......... at New Mexico ...........................................W.............. 2-1 10/22 ......... UC IRVINE ...................................................W.............. 1-0 10/24 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 2-0 10/29 ......... AIR FORCE (UCLA Classic) ................................W.............. 1-0 10/31 ......... VIRGINIA (UCLA Classic) ......................................W.............. 2-0 11/7 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W......2-1 (ot) 11/10 ......... at Washington (MPSF Trny.) .....................L ................ 1-2 11/21 ......... SAN DIEGO (NCAA Trny.) ....................W.............. 4-1 11/28 ......... at Saint Louis (NCAA Trny.) ...................W.............. 2-0 12/4 ........... at Virginia (NCAA Trny.) ..........................W.............. 2-0 12/10 ......... Indiana (NCAA Trny.) ................................L ......2-3 (4ot) 2000 (12-7-0, 3-5-0 Pac-10) Head Coach Todd Saldaña 9/1 .............. Butler (Indiana Trny.) .................................W.............. 5-0 9/2 .............. at Indiana (Indiana Trny.) ..........................W.............. 2-1 9/6 .............. SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 5-0 9/17 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 3-0 9/21 ........... at UC Irvine .................................................W......2-1 (ot) 9/24 ........... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 2-0 9/28 ........... at Santa Clara ..............................................W......1-0 (ot) 10/1 ........... ST. MARY’S ...................................................W.............. 3-2 10/8 ........... at Stanford ....................................................L ................ 0-1 10/13 ......... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 4-1 10/15 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................L ................ 2-3 10/20 ......... at California .................................................L ................ 0-1 10/22 ......... at Oregon State ..........................................L ................ 1-2 10/26 ......... at Cal State Fullerton ................................L ......2-3 (2ot) 10/28 ......... PORTLAND.................................................W.............. 3-1 11/3 ........... at Washington ..............................................L ................ 1-2 11/10 ......... STANFORD .................................................W....1-0 (2ot) 11/12 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 3-1 11/18 ......... at San Diego (NCAA Trny.) ......................L ........0-1 (ot) 2001 (12-7-4, 5-2-1 Pac-10) Head Coach Todd Saldaña 8/31 ........... Maryland (Virginia Classic) .......................L .....1-2 (2ot) 9/2 .............. at Virginia (Virginia Classic) ......................T......2-2 (2ot)

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UCLA’s Year-By-Year Record Year

Coach

Record/Final NSCAA Rank 1937 Dan Stevenson 4-5-1 1938 Dan Stevenson 3-4-1 1939 Dan Stevenson 1-6-3 1940-47 No competition 1948 Don Drury 2-3-0 1949 Ed (Jock) Stewart 13-1-0 1950 Ed (Jock) Stewart 10-2-0 1951 Ed (Jock) Stewart 4-2-2 1952 Ed (Jock) Stewart 1-2-0 1953 Ed (Jock) Stewart 9-5-0 1954 Ed (Jock) Stewart 7-1-0 1955 Ed (Jock) Stewart 5-3-0 1956 Ed (Jock) Stewart 7-2-1 1957 Ed (Jock) Stewart 7-3-0 1958 Ed (Jock) Stewart 13-0-0 1959 Ed (Jock) Stewart 7-0-1 1960 Ed (Jock) Stewart 10-0-0 1961 Ed (Jock) Stewart 12-0-1 1962 Ed (Jock) Stewart 15-2-1 1963 Ed (Jock) Stewart 18-0-1 1964 Ed (Jock) Stewart 18-1-1 1965 Ed (Jock) Stewart 21-2-2 1966 Ed (Jock) Stewart 17-3-2 1967 Dennis Storer 12-1-1 1968 Dennis Storer 11-2-2 1969 Dennis Storer 14-1-0 1970 Dennis Storer 16-1-0 1971 Dennis Storer 18-2-0/6th 1972 Dennis Storer 13-2-3 1973 Dennis Storer 19-1-4/6th 1974 Terry Fisher 15-3-4/11th 1975 Steve Gay 11-6-3 1976 Steve Gay 13-5-1 1977 Steve Gay 19-5-2/16th

NCAA Finish — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — None 1st Rd. None Runner-up 2nd Rd. Runner-up Runner-up Semifinals 1st Rd. 1st Rd. 2nd Rd.

Records of Bruin Head Coaches Coach No. of Seasons Dan Stevenson* 3 Don Drury* 1 Ed (Jock) Stewart* 18 Dennis Storer 7 Terry Fisher 1 Steve Gay 5 Sigi Schmid 19 3 Todd Saldaña Tom Fitzgerald 2 Jorge Salcedo 8 Overall Totals 67 NCAA Totals 45

Years 1937-39 1948 1949-66 1967-73 1974 1975-79 1980-98 1999-2001 2002-03 2004-11 1937-2011 1967-2011

Year

Coach

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Steve Gay Steve Gay Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Sigi Schmid Todd Saldaña Todd Saldaña Todd Saldaña Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo Jorge Salcedo

Record 8-15-5 2-3-0 194-29-12 103-10-10 15-3-4 72-34-10 322-63-33 43-17-4 38-5-4 105-42-25 902-221-107 698-174-90

Win. Pct. .375 .400 .851 .878 .773 .664 .810 .703 .851 .683 .777 .772

Record/Final NCAA NSCAA Rank Finish 14-8-1 None 15-10-3 None 18-2-2/9th 1st Rd. 12-5-3 None 16-4-0 None 17-2-3/13th 1st Rd. 19-3-2/5th Semifinals 20-1-4/2nd Champions 16-1-5/2nd 2nd Rd. 14-7-1/9th Quarterfinals 13-5-4/14th 2nd Rd. 18-4-1/10th Quarterfinals 19-1-4/2nd Champions 18-4-0/3rd Quarterfinals 13-3-3/5th Quarterfinals 18-3-0/2nd 1st Rd. 18-5-0/7th Semifinals 18-3-1/2nd 2nd Rd. 16-4-0/15th 1st Rd. 22-2-0/1st Champions 17-4-0/9th 2nd Rd. 19-3-0/3rd Semifinals 12-7-0/24th 1st Rd. 12-7-4/15th 3rd Rd. 18-3-3/1st Champions 20-2-1/5th Quarterfinals 14-4-2/15th 3rd Rd. 12-5-3/19th 2nd Rd. 14-6-4/2nd Runner-up 9-9-3 2nd Rd. 10-5-6 1st Rd. 12-4-4/5th Quarterfinals 16-5-1/7th Quarterfinals 18-4-2/3rd Semifinals

NCAA Appearances — — — 5 1 3 17 3 2 8 39 39

9/7 .............. at San Francisco (USF Classic).................W.............. 4-0 9/9 .............. Santa Clara (USF Classic) .........................W ............ 1-0 9/17 ........... UC IRVINE ...................................................L ................ 0-1 9/23 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 4-1 9/28 ........... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................T......0-0 (2ot) 9/30 ........... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................L ................ 0-1 10/5 ........... at San Diego.................................................L ................ 0-3 10/7 ........... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 2-1 10/12 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 2-0 10/14 ......... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 2-1 10/19 ......... at Washington ..............................................L ................ 1-3 10/21 ......... at Oregon State ..........................................L ................ 0-1 10/26 ......... ST. MARY’S (UCLA Classic) .....................W.............. 5-1 10/28 ......... SO. CAROLINA (UCLA Classic) ............T......0-0 (2ot) 11/2 ........... at Stanford ....................................................T......0-0 (2ot) 11/4 ........... at California .................................................W......1-0 (ot) 11/9 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 1-0 11/11 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 3-2 11/23 ......... Loyola Mrymnt. (NCAA Trny.).................W....3-2 (2ot) 11/25 ......... at San Diego (NCAA Trny.) ......................W.............. 4-0 12/1 ........... at SMU (NCAA Trny.)................................L ............... 0-1

9/15 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 3-1 9/22 ........... at Loyola Marymount ................................L ............... 0-2 9/29 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 7-0 10/4 ........... at Rutgers (Rutgers Trny)..........................T......1-1 (2ot) 10/6 ........... St. John’s (Rutgers Trny.) ............................T......0-0 (2ot) 10/13 ......... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 2-1 10/18 ......... STANFORD .................................................W......1-0 (ot) 10/20 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 2-1 10/25 ......... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 3-0 10/27 ......... at Washington .............................................W.............. 1-0 11/1 ........... WASHINGTON .........................................L ......1-2 (2ot) 11/3 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 2-0 11/8 ........... at California .................................................L ......0-1 (2ot) 11/10 ......... at Stanford ....................................................W.............. 1-0 11/14 ......... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................T......1-1 (2ot) 11/17 ......... at Fresno State ............................................W.............. 3-1 11/27 ......... LOYOLA MRYMNT. (NCAA Trny.) .......W.............. 4-2 11/30 ......... CALIFORNIA (NCAA Trny.) ...................W.............. 3-2 12/7 ........... PENN STATE (NCAA Trny.) ....................W.............. 7-1 12/13 ......... Maryland (NCAA Trny.) ............................W.............. 2-1 12/15 ......... Stanford (NCAA Trny.) ..............................W.............. 1-0

2002 (18-3-3, 8-2-0 Pac-10) NCAA Champs Head Coach Tom Fitzgerald 8/30 ........... Boston (CSUF Classic) ..............................W ............ 4-1 9/1 .............. Florida Int’l. (CSUF Classic)......................W......1-0 (ot) 9/6 .............. at Cal State Fullerton ................................W.............. 3-1

2003 (20-2-1, 10-0-0 Pac-10) Head Coach Tom Fitzgerald 8/29 ........... vs. Penn State (CSUF Classic) ..................W.............. 5-2 8/31 ........... vs. Ohio State (CSUF Classic) .................W ............ 1-0 9/5 .............. at Maryland (Maryland Classic) ...............L ................ 0-1


All-Time Results 9/7 .............. vs.Virginia (Maryland Classic) ..................W.............. 4-0 9/14 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 5-0 9/21 ........... PORTLAND.................................................W.............. 2-0 9/27 ........... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 2-0 10/3 ........... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 2-1 10/5 ........... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 1-0 10/9 ........... NEW MEXICO ...........................................W.............. 1-0 10/12 ......... at Fresno State ............................................W.............. 5-0 10/17 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 4-2 10/19 ......... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 3-0 10/24 ......... at Stanford ....................................................W ............ 2-0 10/26 ......... at California .................................................W.............. 1-0 10/31 ......... RUTGERS .....................................................W.............. 2-0 11/7 ........... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 1-0 11/9 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 5-0 11/13 ......... at San Diego.................................................T......2-2 (2ot) 11/15 ......... FRESNO STATE ..........................................W.............. 1-0 11/26 ......... TULSA (NCAA Trny.) ................................W.............. 3-2 11/30 ......... FIU (NCAA Trny.) .......................................W.............. 2-0 12/6 ........... INDIANA (NCAA Trny.) ..........................L ................ 1-2 2004 (14-4-2, 6-2-0 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 9/3 .............. vs. Oakland (CSUF Classic) ......................W....2-1 (2ot) 9/5 .............. UC RIVERSIDE (CSUF Classic) ...............W.............. 1-0 9/10 ........... vs. Creighton (UNLV Invite) .....................L ................ 2-3 9/12 ........... at UNLV (UNLV Invite) (ot) .....................W.............. 1-0 9/16 ........... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................W ............ 3-1 9/19 ........... vs. Loyola Marymount................................T......0-0 (2ot) 9/26 ........... at Cal State Fullerton ................................T......1-1 (2ot) 10/1 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W ............ 3-1 10/3 ........... WASHINGTON .........................................L ................ 0-1 10/15 ......... at California .................................................W.............. 3-0 10/17 ......... at Stanford ....................................................W.............. 2-0 10/22 ......... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 2-1 10/24 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W......4-3 (ot) 10/30 ......... at UC Irvine .................................................W.............. 1-0 11/5 ........... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 2-1 11/7 ........... at Oregon State ..........................................L ................ 0-1 11/11 ......... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 4-0 11/13 ......... UC DAVIS ....................................................W.............. 3-1 11/23 ......... LOYOLA MRYMNT. (NCAA Trny) .........W.............. 3-0 11/27 ......... ST. JOHN’S (NCAA Trny.) ........................L ................ 1-2 2005 (12-5-3, 7-1-2 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 9/2 .............. vs. Santa Clara .............................................L ................ 2-3 9/4 .............. MARYLAND ................................................W.............. 4-0 9/11 ........... at Loyola Marymount ................................W.............. 4-0 9/16 ........... at Penn State (Penn State Classic) ..........W.............. 1-0 9/18 ........... vs. Ohio State (Penn State Classic).........L ................ 1-2 9/25 ........... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 3-0 9/30 ........... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 2-0 10/2 ........... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 2-0 10/7 ........... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 1-0 10/9 ........... at Oregon State ..........................................L ................ 0-1 10/14 ......... at Cal State Northridge ............................T......0-0 (2ot) 10/16 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T......0-0 (2ot) 10/20 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 1-0 10/28 ......... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 1-0 10/30 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 1-0 11/4 ........... at Stanford ....................................................W......1-0 (ot) 11/6 ........... at California .................................................T......1-1 (2ot) 11/10 ......... at San Diego ...............................................L ................ 2-4 11/13 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W....1-0 (2ot) 11/22 ......... SMU (NCAA Trny.) ....................................L ................ 0-3 2006 (14-6-4, 4-3-3 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 8/26 ........... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................T......1-1 (2ot) 9/1 .............. at Maryland ..................................................L ................ 1-4 9/3 .............. at Virginia ......................................................L ................ 0-1 9/8 .............. at New Mexico (New Mexico Trny.) ......W.............. 2-0 9/10 ........... vs. Oakland (New Mexico Trny.) .............W.............. 4-1 9/15 ........... SANTA CLARA ..........................................W.............. 2-1 9/17 ........... SAN FRANCISCO .....................................W.............. 2-0 9/22 ........... at California .................................................L ................ 1-3 9/24 ........... at Stanford ....................................................T......1-1 (2ot) 9/29 ........... WASHINGTON .........................................W....2-1 (2ot)

10/1 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 2-1 10/5 ........... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................W.............. 3-1 10/8 ........... at San Diego State ......................................W ............ 2-1 10/20 ......... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 3-0 10/22 ......... at Washington ..............................................L ............... 0-2 10/27 ......... STANFORD .................................................T......1-1 (2ot) 10/29 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................L ................ 1-4 11/3 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T......1-1 (2ot) 11/5 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 3-1 11/15 ......... HARVARD (NCAA Trny.) .........................W.............. 3-0 11/18 ......... CLEMSON (NCAA Trny.).........................W.............. 3-0 11/26 ......... at Duke (NCAA Trny.)...............................W......3-2 (ot) 12/2 ........... vs.Virginia (NCAA Trny.)...........................W.............. 4-0 12/3 ........... vs. UC Santa Barbara (NCAA Trny.).......L ............... 1-2 2007 (9-9-3, 4-4-2 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 8/31 ........... vs. Notre Dame (Indiana Trny.) ................L ........1-2 (ot) 9/2 .............. at Indiana (Indiana Trny.)............................L ................ 0-1 9/8 .............. at Creighton.................................................T......0-0 (2ot) 9/14 ........... OHIO STATE ...............................................W.............. 3-1 9/16 ........... PENN STATE ...............................................W.............. 4-1 9/20 ........... at San Francisco ..........................................W.............. 1-0 9/22 ........... at Santa Clara ..............................................L ........1-2 (ot) 9/29 ........... at Cal State Northridge ............................L ................ 0-3 10/2 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W.............. 1-0 10/6 ........... at San Diego State ......................................L ................ 0-1 10/12 ......... STANFORD .................................................T......0-0 (2ot) 10/14 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 1-0 10/19 ......... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 4-1 10/21 ......... at Washington ..............................................W ............ 3-2 10/26 ......... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 2-1 10/28 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................L ................ 0-1 11/2 ........... at Stanford ....................................................L ................ 1-2 11/4 ........... at California .................................................L ................ 1-3 11/14 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T......1-1 (2ot) 11/24 ......... NEW MEXICO (NCAA Trny.) ................W.............. 1-0 11/28 ......... at Santa Clara (NCAA Trny.)....................L ................ 1-2 2008 (10-5-6, 7-1-2 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 8/29 ........... MARYLAND ................................................L ........1-2 (ot) 8/31 ........... UC RIVERSIDE............................................W.............. 3-0 9/5 .............. at Wake Forest (Wake Forest Trny.) .......L ................ 0-3 9/7 .............. vs. North Carolina (Wake Forest Trny.) ..T......1-1 (2ot) 9/12 ........... INDIANA .....................................................L ................ 0-3 9/20 ........... SANTA CLARA ..........................................W.............. 2-0 9/25 ........... at San Diego.................................................T......1-1 (2ot) 9/28 ........... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................T......2-2 (2ot) 10/1 ........... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................T......2-2 (2ot) 10/5 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T......3-3 (2ot) 10/10 ......... at California .................................................W......3-2 (ot) 10/12 ......... at Stanford ..................................................L ................ 1-2 10/17 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 2-0 10/19 ......... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 3-0 10/24 ......... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 2-0 10/26 ......... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 1-0 10/31 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................T......0-0 (2ot) 11/2 ........... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 2-0 11/8 ........... CAL POLY....................................................W.............. 2-1 11/15 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 6-1 11/21 ......... CAL POLY (NCAA Trny.) .........................L ................ 0-1 2009 (12-4-4, 5-1-4 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 9/4 .............. at Maryland ..................................................W.............. 2-0 9/6 .............. at Georgetown............................................L ............... 0-2 9/10 ........... UC DAVIS ....................................................W.............. 4-0 9/17 ........... CAL STATE FULLERTON.........................W.............. 2-1 9/25 ........... at San Diego.................................................W.............. 2-1 9/27 ........... UNLV.............................................................W.............. 3-0 10/2 ........... at Oregon State ..........................................W ............ 3-1 10/4 ........... at Washington ..............................................T......1-1 (2ot) 10/11 ......... at San Diego State ......................................T......2-2 (2ot) 10/16 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W.............. 1-0 10/18 ......... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 2-0 10/23 ......... at California .................................................W.............. 1-0 10/25 ......... at Stanford ....................................................L ................ 0-2 10/31 ......... at Creighton.................................................L ................ 0-1

11/6 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................T......1-1 (2ot) 11/8 ........... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 2-1 11/14 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................T......1-1 (2ot) 11/22 ......... SACRAMENTO ST. (NCAA Trny.)..........W.............. 2-1 11/29 ......... UC SANTA BARBARA (NCAA Trny.) ..W.............. 2-3 12/5 ........... at Wake Forest (NCAA Trny.) .................L ................ 0-2 2010 (16-5-1, 8-2-0 Pac-10) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 9/3 .............. vs. Notre Dame...........................................W.............. 1-0 9/5 .............. at Indiana ......................................................L ............... 1-5 9/9 .............. UC RIVERSIDE............................................W......2-1 (ot) 9/12 ........... DAVIDSON .................................................W.............. 2-0 9/17 ........... at Cal Poly ....................................................T......0-0 (2ot) 9/19 ........... SAN DIEGO ................................................W......3-2 (ot) 9/24 ........... at UC Santa Barbara ..................................L ................ 0-2 9/26 ........... at Cal State Fullerton ................................W.............. 3-2 10/1 ........... WASHINGTON .........................................W ............ 1-0 10/3 ........... OREGON STATE .......................................W.............. 4-1 10/9 ........... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W.............. 1-0 10/15 ......... at Stanford ....................................................L ................ 1-2 10/17 ......... at California .................................................W....1-0 (2ot) 10/22 ......... STANFORD .................................................W ............ 1-0 10/24 ......... CALIFORNIA ..............................................L .......0-1 (ot) 10/27 ......... at Cal State Northridge ............................W.............. 2-1 11/5 ........... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 1-0 11/7 ........... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 3-0 11/13 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 3-1 11/21 ......... SACRAMENTO ST. (NCAA Trny.)..........W.............. 4-1 11/28 ......... DARTMOUTH (NCAA Trny.) .................W....2-1 (2ot) 12/4 ........... at Louisville (NCAA Trny.)........................L ................ 4-5 2011 (18-4-2, 10-0-0 Pac-12) Head Coach Jorge Salcedo 8/27 ........... at Louisville ..................................................L ................ 0-2 9/2 .............. at Santa Clara ..............................................T ....2-2 (2ot) 9/4 .............. at UC Davis..................................................L ........1-2 (ot) 9/9 .............. SAINT MARY’S ...........................................W.............. 2-1 9/11 ........... LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .........................W.............. 2-1 9/16 ........... UC SANTA BARBARA .............................W.............. 3-2 9/18 ........... at San Diego.................................................W......1-0 (ot) 9/23 ........... SEATTLE UNIVERSITY .............................W.............. 2-1 9/25 ........... SMU ...............................................................L ............... 1-2 9/30 ........... CALIFORNIA ..............................................W......1-0 (ot) 10/2 ........... STANFORD .................................................W.............. 2-0 10/7 ........... at Washington ..............................................W.............. 4-1 10/9 ........... at Oregon State ..........................................W.............. 2-1 10/16 ......... SAN DIEGO STATE ...................................W ............ 2-0 10/22 ......... CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ....................L ............... 2-3 10/28 ......... WASHINGTON .........................................W.............. 1-0 10/30 ......... OREGON STATE .......................................W....1-0 (2ot) 11/4 ........... at California .................................................W.............. 2-0 11/6 ........... at Stanford ....................................................W.............. 3-0 11/12 ......... at San Diego State ......................................W.............. 2-0 11/20 ......... DELAWARE (NCAA Trny.) ......................W.............. 1-0 11/27 ......... RUTGERS (NCAA Trny.) ..........................W.............. 3-0 12/3 ........... at Louisville (NCAA Trny.)........................W....1-0 (2ot) 12/9 ........... vs. North Carolina (NCAA Trny.) ...........T...2-2 (1-3 PKs)

Victor Chavez

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UCLA Record vs. Opponents Opponent .............................. W-L-T................ Last Result ...........................Streak Adelphi ............................................1-0-0........................ W, 5-0 (A), 1982..................................W1 Akron ................................................3-0-0........................ W, 2-0 (H), 1991 .................................W3 Air Force .........................................4-0-0........................ W 1-0 (H), 1999 .................................W4 American .........................................3-0-0........................ W 2-1 (N), 1987 ................................W3 Army .................................................1-0-0........................ W 3-0 (H), 1991 .................................W1 Azusa Pacific ....................................1-0-0........................ W 5-0, 1979 .........................................W1 Biola College ...................................14-0-0 ..................... W 5-0 (H), 1984 .............................. W14 Boston College ..............................0-1-0........................ L 1-2 (N), 1981...................................... L1 Boston U. ........................................2-2-0........................ W 4-1 (N), 2002 .................................W2 Brown ...............................................0-1-0........................ L 0-1 (H), 1995 ...................................... L1 Butler ................................................2-0-0........................ W 5-0 (N), 2000 .................................W2 BYU ...................................................1-0-1........................ W 3-0 (N), 1983 .................................W1 California .............................. 38-11-5 .............. W 2-0, (A), 2011 .......................W2 Cal Poly Pomona ...........................3-0-0........................ W 1-0 (H), 1984 .................................W3 Cal Poly ................................. 9-1-3 .................. T 0-0, 2ot (A), 2010 ................... T1 CS Dominguez Hills.......................8-0-0........................ W 7-0 (H), 1998 .................................W8 CS Long Beach ..............................8-0-0........................ W 6-0 (H), 1984 .................................W8 CS Los Angeles ...............................11-0-0 ..................... W 5-0 (H), 1997 .............................. W11 CS Fullerton ...................................29-7-3 ..................... W 3-2 (A), 2010 ..................................W2 CS Northridge ...............................13-2-3 ..................... L 2-3 (H), 2011 ...................................... L1 CS San Bernardino .........................1-0-0........................ W 5-0 (H), 1992 .................................W1 Cal Tech ............................................1-0-0........................ W 7-0, 1967 .........................................W1 Cerritos College ............................1-0-0........................ W 8-1, 1971 .........................................W1 Chapman College ..........................1-0-1........................ W 2-0 (H), 1993 .................................W1 Claremont College ........................1-0-0........................ W 10-1, 1969.......................................W1 Coll. of Charleston.........................1-0-0........................ W 3-2 (H), 1994 .................................W1 Corinthians ......................................1-0-0........................ W 4-0, 1967 .........................................W1 Chico State .....................................2-1-0........................ L 0-2, 1976 ............................................. L1 Clemson .................. ........................5-1-0........................ W 3-0 (H), 2006 .................................W3 Cleveland St. ...................................1-1-0........................ W 3-1 (N), 1989 ................................W1 Colorado College ..........................1-0-0........................ W 3-0, 1979 .........................................W1 Connecticut ...................................1-2-1........................ W 1-0 (N), 1988 ................................W1 Cornell ............................................1-0-0........................ W 1-0, 1972 .........................................W1 Creighton .........................................1-3-1........................ L 0-1 (A), 2009 ..................................... L1 Dartmouth.......................................1-0-0........................ W 2-1, 2ot (H), 2010 .........................W1 Davidson ..........................................3-1-0........................ W 2-0 (H), 2010 .................................W3 Delaware ..........................................1-0-0........................ W 1-0 (H), 2011 .................................W1 Denver ..............................................2-0-0........................ W 6-0 (N), 1999 .................................W2 Duke ................................................4-2-0........................ W 3-2, ot (A), 2006 ............................W1 Evansville .........................................2-1-1........................ L 1-3 (N), 1988...................................... L1 FIU ....................................................3-1-1........................ W 2-0 (H), 2003 .................................W2 Fresno Pacific .................................2-0-0........................ W 12-0, 1968.......................................W2 Fresno State ...................................17-8-3 ..................... W 1-0 (H), 2003 .................................W7 Furman..............................................1-0-0........................ W 2-1, ot (N), 1994 ...........................W1 George Mason ...............................1-0-0........................ W 2-1 (A), 1987..................................W1 Georgetown ....................................0-1-0........................ L 0-2 (A), 2009 ...................................... L1 Gonzaga............................................1-0-0........................ W 1-0 (H), 1998 .................................W1 Hartford ...........................................1-0-0........................ W 2-1 (A), 1991..................................W1 Hartwick .........................................0-2-0........................ L 1-2, 1979 ............................................. L2 Harvard ...........................................2-0-0........................ W 3-0 (H), 2006 .................................W2 Howard ...........................................1-1-0........................ L 0-2 (N), 1989...................................... L1 Indiana .............................................7-10-0 ..................... L 1-5 (A), 2010 ...................................... L4 Los Angeles Baptist ........................1-0-0........................ W 2-0, 1979 .........................................W1 Louisville...........................................1-2-0........................ W 1-0, 2ot (A), 2011..........................W1 Loyola Marymount .............. 24-2-1 ................ W 2-1 (H), 2011........................W3 Maccabi .............................................1-0-0........................ W 3-2, 1973 .........................................W1 Marquette .......................................1-0-0........................ W 3-0 (A), 1983..................................W1 Maryland ............................... 3-4-0 .................. W 2-0 (A), 2009 ........................W1 Massachusetts, U. of .......................1-0-0........................ W 3-1 (H), 1997 .................................W1 Univ. of Mexico ...............................2-0-0........................ W 3-1, 1972 .........................................W2 Navy .................................................1-0-0........................ W 2-0 (H), 1988 .................................W1 New Mexico .......................... 9-1-1 .................. W 1-0 (H), 2007........................W7 North Carolina ..............................2-0-2........................ T 2-2, 2ot (N), 2011 .............................T2 North Carolina St. .........................2-0-0........................ W 1-0 ot (N), 1995 ............................W2

Opponent .............................. W-L-T................ Last Result ...........................Streak UNC-Charlotte .............................1-0-0........................ W 4-0 (A), 1984..................................W1 North Texas State .........................0-1-0........................ L 1-2, 1978 ............................................. L1 Notre Dame ..................................4-1-0........................ W 1-0 (N), 2010 .................................W1 Oakland ............................................2-0-0........................ W 4-1 (N), 2006 .................................W2 Occidental College ........................2-0-0........................ W 5-0, 1971 .........................................W2 Ohio State .......................................2-1-0........................ W 3-1 (H), 2007 .................................W1 Old Dominion.................................3-1-0........................ W 4-2 (H), 1993 .................................W3 Oregon State ........................ 24-4-1 ................ W 1-0, 2ot (H), 2011 ................W4 Penn State ........................................5-0-0........................ W 4-1 (H), 2007 .................................W5 Pepperdine .......................................2-0-0........................ W 13-1, 1973.......................................W2 Pomona College .............................2-0-0........................ W 1-0, 1975 .........................................W2 Pomona Pitzer.................................1-0-0........................ W 4-0, 1977 .........................................W1 Portland ............................................8-1-1........................ W 2-0 (H), 2003 .................................W6 Princeton..........................................1-0-0........................ W 2-1, ot (N), 1990 ...........................W1 Rhode Island ....................................1-0-0........................ W 4-2 (A), 1981..................................W1 Rutgers .............................................6-1-1........................ W 3-0 (H), 2011 .................................W2 Sacramento State ...........................6-0-0........................ W 4-1 (H), 2010 .................................W6 St. John’s............................................1-1-1........................ L 1-2 (H), 2004 ...................................... L1 Saint Louis ......................................4-7-0........................ W 2-0 (A), 1999..................................W3 Saint Mary’s......................................8-0-0........................ W 2-1 (H), 2011 .................................W8 San Diego, U of ..............................21-5-4 ..................... W 1-0, ot (A), 2011 ............................W3 San Diego State ................... 32-4-11 .............. W 2-0 (A), 2011 ........................W4 San Francisco...................................23-18-5 ................... W 1-0 (A), 2007..................................W2 San Jose State ..................................16-4-4 ..................... W 1-0 (A), 1999..................................W4 Santa Clara.......................................16-9-5 ..................... T 2-2 (A), 2011 ......................................T1 Seattle Pacific .................................2-0-0........................ W 3-0, 1973 .........................................W2 Seattle University ...........................1-0-0........................ W 2-1 (H), 2011 .................................W1 Simon Fraser ...................................2-1-1........................ L 1-5 (H), 1980 ...................................... L1 SIU-Edwardsville .............................0-2-0........................ L 0-2, 1979 ............................................. L2 SM Soccer Club ..............................1-0-0........................ W 3-1, 1971 .........................................W1 So. Cal College ................................3-0-0........................ W 7-0 (H), 1990 .................................W3 SMU...................................................5-5-1........................ L 1-2 (H), 2011 ...................................... L3 South Carolina ................................0-2-2........................ T 0-0, 2ot (H), 2001 .............................T1 South Florida ...................................1-0-0........................ W 3-2, ot (N), 1984 ...........................W1 Stanford ................................ 39-6-7 ................ W 3-0 (A), 2011 ........................W3 Syracuse............................................2-0-0........................ W 2-1 (N), 1999 .................................W2 Tampa................................................1-0-0........................ W 4-2 (N), 1985 .................................W1 Texas Christian ...............................1-0-0........................ W 5-2, 1978 .........................................W1 Tulsa ....................................... 2-0-0 .................. W 3-2 (H), 2003........................W2 UAB ...................................................1-1-0........................ L 0-2 (N), 1997...................................... L1 UC Davis ..........................................14-1-0 ..................... L 1-2, ot (A), 2011 ................................ L1 UC Irvine............................... 14-2-0 ................ W 1-0 (A), 2004 ........................W1 UC Riverside ..................................13-0-0 ..................... W 2-1, ot (H), 2010......................... W13 UC Santa Barbara ............... 32-4-2 ................ W 3-2 (H), 2011........................W1 UC Santa Cruz ..............................2-0-0........................ w 2-0, 1979 ..........................................W2 UC San Diego .................................7-0-0........................ W 1-0 (H), 1989 .................................W7 University Club ...............................1-0-0........................ W 5-3, 1970 .........................................W1 UNLV ................................................20-2-2 ..................... W 3-0 (H), 2009 .............................. W10 USC ..................................................13-3-0 ..................... W 4-1 (H), 1980 .................................W2 U.S. International ...........................5-1-1........................ W 2-1, ot (H), 1986............................W1 Vanderbilt .........................................1-0-0........................ W 3-0 (N), 1997 .................................W1 Vermont ..........................................1-0-1........................ W 3-0 (N), 1995 .................................W1 Virginia ................................. 6-2-1 .................. W 4-0 (N), 2006........................W1 Wake Forest ....................................1-2-0........................ L 0-2 (A), 2009 ...................................... L2 Washington .......................... 22-11-3 .............. W 1-0 (H), 2011........................W5 Washington State ..........................1-0-0........................ W 5-0, 1974 .........................................W1 Westmont .......................................15-2-4 ..................... W 1-0, ot (H), 1994............................W6 Whittier College ............................1-0-0........................ W 1-0, 1979 .........................................W1 William & Mary...............................0-0-1........................ T 0-0 (N), 1992 .....................................T1 Wisc. Green Bay ............................2-0-1........................ W 3-0 (H), 1989 .................................W1 Wisconsin .......................................0-0-1........................ T 1-1 (N), 1983 .....................................T1 Woodbury College ........................1-0-0........................ W 9-0, 1969 .........................................W1 Yale ....................................................0-1-0........................ L 1-4 (A), 1987 ...................................... L1 Yugoslav Americans ........................1-0-0........................ W 4-2, 1971 .........................................W1

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New Mexico 9-1-1 Last win: 2007

Maryland 3-4-0 Last win: 2009

Virginia 6-2-1 Last win: 2006

Tulsa 2-0-0 Last win: 2003

UC Irvine 14-2-0 Last win: 2004

Stanford 39-6-7 Last win: 2011

California 38-11-5 Last win: 2011

Oregon State 24-4-1 Last win: 2011

Washington 22-11-3 Last win: 2011

San Diego State 32-4-11 Last win: 2011

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Loyola Marymount 24-2-1 Last win: 2011

UC Santa Barbara 32-4-2 Last win: 2011

Cal Poly 9-1-3 Last win: 2008


2012 Opponent Information New Mexico Lobos

Maryland Terrapins

Virginia Cavaliers

Friday, Aug. 24 - 7:00 pm, Drake Stadium

Friday, Aug. 31 - 7:30 pm, @ College Park, MD

Sunday, Sept. 2 - 7:00 pm, @ Charlottesville,VA

Location....................................................Albuquerque, NM Colors ...........................................................Cherry & Silver Conference .................................................................... MPSF Home Field ................................... UNM Soccer Complex Soccer SID ........................................................... Matt Ensor SID Phone .......................................................505-925-5520 SID E-mail ..............................................mensor@unm.edu Web Page ..........................................................golobos.com Head Coach.................................................Jeremy Fishbein 2011 Record................................................................ 18-0-4 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish..........................................10-0-0/1st 2011 Post-Season ................................. NCAA 3rd Round

Location.................................................... College Park, MD Colors ......................................... Red, White, Black & Gold Conference ..................................................................... ACC Home Field .......................................................Ludwig Field Soccer SID ................................................................ Jodi Fick SID Phone .......................................................301-314-7064 SID E-mail .....................................................jfick@umd.edu Web Page ......................................................... umterps.com Head Coach.................................................. Sasho Cirovski 2011 Record................................................................ 14-4-3 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish...........................................4-2-2/2nd 2011 Post-Season ................................. NCAA 3rd Round

Location...................................................Charlottesville,VA Colors ............................................................ Orange & Blue Conference ..................................................................... ACC Home Field .............................................Klöckner Stadium Soccer SID .......................................... Andy Fledderjohann SID Phone .......................................................434-982-5131 SID E-mail ...............................................aaf2f@virginia.edu Web Page ................................................virginiasports.com Head Coach......................................... George Gelnovatch 2011 Record................................................................ 12-8-1 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................4-3-1/T-3rd 2011 Post-Season .................................. NCAA 1st Round

Tulsa Golden Hurricane

UC Irvine Anteaters

Loyola Marymount Lions

Friday, Sept. 7 - 4:30 pm, Drake Stadium

Sunday, Sept. 9 - 2:00 pm, Drake Stadium

Sunday, Sept. 16 - 2:00 pm, @ Westchester, CA

Location...................................................................Tulsa, OK Colors ........................... Old Gold, Royal Blue & Crimson Conference ............................................... Conference USA Home Field .............. Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium Soccer SID ..................................................... Stephanie Hall SID Phone .......................................................918-631-2163 SID E-mail ................................ stephanie-hall@utulsa.edu Web Page .............................................. tulsahurricane.com Head Coach................................................... Tom McIntosh 2011 Record................................................................ 5-12-0 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 1-7-0/9th 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

Location..................................................................Irvine, CA Colors .................................................................Blue & Gold Conference ...............................................................Big West Home Field ........................................................ Anteater Stadium Soccer SID ...................................................... Alex Croteau SID Phone .......................................................949-824-8934 SID E-mail ...............................................acroteau@uci.edu Web Page .............................................. ucirvinesports.com Head Coach................................................... George Kuntz 2011 Record................................................................ 16-6-1 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish............................................6-3-1/1st 2011 Post-Season .................................NCAA 2nd Round

Location.......................................................Los Angeles, CA Colors ........Crimson, Navy Blue, Gray, Marymount Blue Conference ........................................................ West Coast Home Field ......................................................Sullivan Field Soccer SID ........................................................ Sarah Finney SID Phone .......................................................310-338-5798 SID E-mail ........................................sarah.finney@lmu.edu Web Page ......................................................... lmulions.com Head Coach......................................................Paul Krumpe 2011 Record................................................................ 7-12-1 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 5-6-1/5th 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

UC Santa Barbara Gauchos

Cal Poly Mustangs

Stanford Cardinal

Friday, Sept. 21 - 6:00 pm, @ Santa Barbara, CA

Sunday, Sept. 23 - 4:00 pm, @ San Luis Obispo, CA

Sept. 28, @ Stanford, CA; Nov. 1, Drake Stadium

Location...................................................Santa Barbara, CA Colors .................................................................Blue & Gold Conference ...............................................................Big West Home Field ................Meredith Field at Harder Stadium Soccer SID .......................................................... Lisa Skvarla SID Phone .......................................................805-893-8603 SID E-mail .......................Lisa.Skvarla@athletics.ucsb.edu Web Page ................................................. ucsbgauchos.com Head Coach.................................................. Tim Vom Steeg 2011 Record................................................................ 15-7-1 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish...........................................6-4-0/2nd 2011 Post-Season ................................. NCAA 3rd Round

Location...............................................San Luis Obispo, CA Colors ..................... Forest Green, Copper & Vegas Gold Conference ...............................................................Big West Home Field ...................................Alex G. Spanos Stadium Soccer SID ...............................................Chris Giovannetti SID Phone .......................................................805-756-7513 SID E-mail ........................................cgiovann@calpoly.edu Web Page .............................................................gopoly.com Head Coach................................................... Paul Holocher 2011 Record...................................................................6-9-3 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 3-6-1/6th 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

Location.............................................................Stanford, CA Colors ....................................................... Cardinal & White Conference .................................................................. Pac-12 Home Field ................................... Laird Q. Cagan Stadium Soccer SID .....................................................Ricky Brackett SID Phone .......................................................650-736-7635 SID E-mail ......................................brackett@stanford.edu Web Page .....................................................gostanford.com Head Coach......................................................Jeremy Gunn 2011 Record................................................................ 6-10-2 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 3-6-1/4th 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

California Golden Bears

Oregon State Beavers

Washington Huskies

Sept. 30, @ Berkeley, CA; Nov. 4, Drake Stadium

Oct. 5, Drake Stadium; Oct. 26, @ Corvallis, OR

Oct. 8 Drake Stadium; Oct. 29, @ Seattle, WA

Location.............................................................Berkeley, CA Colors .................................................................Blue & Gold Conference .................................................................. Pac-12 Home Field ...............................................Edwards Stadium Soccer SID ..................................................... Dean Caparaz SID Phone .......................................................510-642-5363 SID E-mail .....................................dcaparaz@berkeley.edu Web Page ..........................................................calbears.com Head Coach.................................................... Kevin Grimes 2011 Record...................................................................3-9-5 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 0-7-3/6th 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

Location............................................................Corvallis, OR Colors ...........................................................Orange & Black Conference .................................................................. Pac-12 Home Field ...............................................Paul Lorenz Field Soccer SID ............................................................ Barry Beal SID Phone .......................................................541-737-3720 SID E-mail ............................barry.beal@oregonstate.edu Web Page .................................................... osubeavers.com Head Coach..................................................Steve Simmons 2011 Record................................................................ 5-11-2 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 3-6-1/5th 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

Location............................................................... Seattle, WA Colors ............................................................. Purple & Gold Conference .................................................................. Pac-12 Home Field ..................................... Husky Soccer Stadium Soccer SID ......................................................Alyssa Olveda SID Phone .......................................................206-685-3119 SID E-mail ............................. alyssanc@u.washington.edu Web Page .......................................................gohuskies.com Head Coach........................................................ Jamie Clark 2011 Record................................................................ 12-4-2 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish...........................................7-3-0/2nd 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

San Diego State Aztecs

Oct. 12, @ San Diego, CA; Nov. 9, Drake Stadium Location..........................................................San Diego, CA Colors ............................................................Scarlet & Black Conference .................................................................. Pac-12 Home Field .......................................... SDSU Sports Deck Soccer SID ......................................................... Darin Wong SID Phone .......................................................619-594-5548 SID E-mail ....................................... dwong@mail.sdsu.edu Web Page .........................................................goaztecs.com Head Coach......................................................Lev Kirshner 2011 Record................................................................ 10-6-3 2011 Conf. Rec/Finish........................................... 4-5-1/3rd 2011 Post-Season .........................................................None

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UCLA’s National Team Connection while a fourth - Hejduk - was an alternate. Four Bruins - Friedel, Hejduk, Pete Vagenas and Sasha Victorine were key contributors on the U.S. team that finished a best-ever fourth at the 2000 Games in Sydney. In 1996, former Bruins Hejduk and Chris Snitko competed for the United States in Atlanta, and the 1992 Olympic team included six former Bruins — Friedel, Henderson, Jones, Lapper, Moore and Zak Ibsen — on its roster, the most from any collegiate institution. Other UCLA Olympians include Caligiuri, Krumpe and Vanole (1988) and Jeff Hooker (1984).

Jonathan Bornstein

With such national soccer stars as Cobi Jones, Brad Friedel, Paul Caligiuri, Frankie Hejduk and Carlos Bocanegra having once donned a UCLA uniform, it has become obvious that UCLA Soccer breeds national and international caliber players. Past and current UCLA players have made over 2,300 appearances for various U.S. National Teams. UCLA’s influence on U.S. World Cup teams is most notable. In all, 14 Bruins have participated in the last five World Cups. Three of those players — Friedel, Jones and Joe-Max Moore — have participated in three World Cups apiece, and Jones set a U.S. record for career World Cup appearances with 11, a record that has since been broken by Landon Donovan. UCLA had a nation’s-best three players named to the 2010 U.S. World Cup Team - two-time World Cupper and team captain Bocanegra and first-timers Jonathan Bornstein and Benny Feilhaber. The U.S. squad made history by becoming the first U.S. team to ever win their group in a World Cup. In 2006, the Bruins once again led all colleges with four selections - three-time team member Frankie Hejduk, two-time team member Eddie Lewis and World Cup rookies Carlos Bocanegra and Jimmy Conrad. An injury took Hejduk out of the World Cup a day after being selected to the team, but the other three Bruins played and even started alongside each other in the United States’ final game. A collegiate-best five former UCLA players were on the historic 2002 World Cup team - Friedel, Hejduk, Jones, Lewis and Moore. All five played major roles in the United States’ best World Cup showing in 72 years, as the U.S. advanced all the way to the quarterfinals and won an elimination game for the first time in World Cup history. Friedel emerged as one of the top goalkeepers in the world, shutting out Mexico in the second round and twice earning Man of the Match honors in the first round of play. In his first World Cup start, Lewis contributed an assist in the win over Mexico. Friedel, Jones, Moore and Hejduk also started for the U.S. team at the 1998 World Cup.

Several Bruins were instrumental to the United States’ gold medal win at the 1991 Pan American Games. Friedel tended goal for the U.S., while Moore nailed the game-winning goal in overtime in the goldmedal match against Mexico. Jones scored one goal and an assist against Canada.A Bruin-dominated U.S. team won a bronze medal at the 1999 Pan Am Games. Team captain Vagenas was the team’s leading scorer with two goals, including the game-winner against Cuba. Bocanegra and Victorine also contributed a goal apiece in the tournament. Also on the team were Steve Shak, Ryan Futagaki and Nelson Akwari. A number of U.S. National Team players began their National Team participation after coming to Westwood, including World Cup players Conrad, Lewis, Hejduk, Jones, Moore, Lapper, Krumpe and Vanole. UCLA attracts some of the nation’s best talent as well, becoming a hotbed for Youth National Team members. The 2012 UCLA squad consists of four members who have earned at least one international cap and several others who have been in the national team pool. In 2005, the U.S. Under-20 National Team, coached by Schmid and featuring Bruins Chad Barrett, Feilhaber, Ianni and Wynne in the starting lineup, made history at the World Youth Championships by becoming the first U.S. team and only the 12th team ever to record three consecutive shutouts at the WYC. The Under-20s advanced even further in 2007, making it all the way to the quarterfinals after posting wins over Poland, Brazil and Uruguay. Bruins Sal Zizzo and Tony Beltran started in all five games for the U.S., and goalkeeper Brian Perk earned an overtime victory in the round of 16 against Uruguay.

UCLA World Cup Players 2010 ............ Carlos Bocanegra ..................... Jonathan Bornstein ...........................Benny Feilhaber 2006 ............ Carlos Bocanegra ..............................Jimmy Conrad .................................. Eddie Lewis ...................Frankie Hejduk (inj.) 2002 .......................Brad Friedel ............................Frankie Hejduk .................................... Cobi Jones .................................. Eddie Lewis ........................... Joe-Max Moore 1998 .......................Brad Friedel ............................Frankie Hejduk .................................... Cobi Jones ........................... Joe-Max Moore 1994 ..................... Paul Caligiuri ..................................Brad Friedel .................................... Cobi Jones ................................. Mike Lapper ........................... Joe-Max Moore 1990 ..................... Paul Caligiuri ........................ Chris Henderson ................................ Paul Krumpe .................................David Vanole

UCLA Olympians

2008 ................Benny Feilhaber ................................. Patrick Ianni .............................Marvell Wynne .................. Frankie Hejduk (alt.) 2000 .......................Brad Friedel ............................Frankie Hejduk .................................Pete Vagenas ............................ Sasha Victorine 1996 .................Frankie Hejduk ................................. Chris Snitko 1992 .......................Brad Friedel ........................ Chris Henderson ...................................... Zak Ibsen .................................... Cobi Jones ................................. Mike Lapper ........................... Joe-Max Moore 1988 ..................... Paul Caligiuri ................................ Paul Krumpe .................................David Vanole 1984 ........................Jeff Hooker 1980 ...................Ole Mikkelsen 1976 ............ Peter Fredricksen

Also in 2007, three other Bruin players participated in the Pan American Games - U.S. captain Greg Folk and three-game starters Michael Stephens and Chance Myers.

Five former Bruins captured the country’s attention as part of the 1994 U.S. World Cup team which advanced to the second round for the first time in World Cup history. Caligiuri started in all four games for the U.S., and Jones appeared in four with one start. Other former Bruins on the team were Friedel, Moore, Mike Lapper and assistant coach Sigi Schmid. In the first round of the 1994 World Cup, the U.S. team tied Switzerland 1-1 then upset Colombia 2-1 at the Rose Bowl in what was then the biggest win in U.S. soccer history. In 1989, Caligiuri, who made over 100 international appearances forTeam USA, became one of the United States’ most famous players after scoring the historic goal in the CONCACAF qualifying round. His 35-yard dipping volley gave the U.S. a 1-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago and placed the U.S. in the 1990 World Cup for the first time since 1950. At the 1990 World Cup, he started all three of the U.S. team’s games and scored the country’s first World Cup goal in 40 years. Three other Bruins played in the 1990 World Cup — Chris Henderson, Paul Krumpe and David Vanole. UCLA soccer players have made their mark in the Olympic Games as well. Three Bruins - Feilhaber, Patrick Ianni and Marvell Wynne - were on the 2008 U.S. team,

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UCLA’s 1994 World Cup Influence (l-r, standing): Paul Caligiuri, Brad Friedel, coach Sigi Schmid, and Mike Lapper. (l-r, front row): Chris Henderson, Cobi Jones and Joe-Max Moore. Schmid served as an assistant coach on the staff.


UCLA’s All-Time National Team Roster Name, Position Nelson Akwari, d Eder Arreola, mf/f Chad Barrett, f *Dan Beaney, d Tony Beltran, d/mf *Eric Biefeld, d Steve Black, mf Carlos Bocanegra, d *Jonathan Bornstein, d Andy Burke, d Paul Caligiuri, mf/d Victor Chavez, f *Jimmy Conrad, d DJ Countess, gk Earl Edwards, gk Mike Enfield, mf Dale Ervine, mf *Benny Feilhaber, mf *Ray Fernandez, mf Greg Folk, mf/d *Brad Friedel, gk Ryan Futagaki, mf Tim Gallegos, mf/f *Sam George, mf Trini Gomez, mf Adolfo Gregorio, mf *Tim Harris, gk *Kevin Hartman, gk Jordan Harvey, d *Frankie Hejduk, d Chris Henderson, mf Sean Henderson, mf Kamani Hill, f Jeff Hooker, f Patrick Ianni, mf Tayt Ianni, f *Zak Ibsen, f *Tahj Jakins, d *Cobi Jones, f *Paul Krumpe, d Robbie LaBelle, f *Mike Lapper, d Martin Lemon, gk Jason Leopoldo, mf *Eddie Lewis, mf

“A” – – – – – 2 – 106 38 – 114 – 28 – – – 5 31 – – 82 – – – – – 1 5 – 84 78 – 2 13 – 1 15 – 164 36 – 44 – – 81

International “Caps” “B” U-23 U-20 – 5 16 – – 2 – 3 18 9 – – – 2 17 – – – – – 14 – 7 23 – – – – – 3 9 – 13 – – – – – – – 12 14 – – – – – 1 4 – 13 – 4 13 1 – 5 – – – – 23 – – 5 16 – – – 7 – – – – – – 2 1 11 – – – – – – – 15 – 30 – 5 10 15 – – 5 – 6 12 13 – 3 – 5 16 3 – 14 – – – 2 – – 9 17 – 2 – – – – 4 – 24 – – – 1 – – – – – –

Name, Position U-18/17 42 6 4 – 7 – – 3 – – – 8 – 44 31 14 – – – 13 – – 12 – 11 23 – – 25 – 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 –

Tot 63 8 25 9 26 2 14 139 38 3 136 8 28 70 31 15 22 48 6 13 105 21 12 7 11 26 12 5 40 114 109 5 20 29 21 18 15 2 190 38 4 68 1 3 81

Lucas Martin, f Kiel McClung, d Cliff McKinley, f *Ole Mikkelsen, f *Joe-Max Moore, mf Chance Myers, d Kyle Nakazawa, mf Amobi Okugo, d Brandon Owens, d Peter Pelle, mf *Tibor Pelle, mf Brian Perk, gk *Tom Poltl, f Evan Raynr, f *Antè Razov, f Eric Reed, gk *Matt Reis, gk Nick Rimando, gk Michael Roman, mf Kelyn Rowe, mf Jorge Salcedo, d Justin Selander, mf *Steve Shak, d *Tom Silvas, f *Chris Snitko, gk Michael Stephens, mf McKinley Tennyson, f *Billy Thompson, f *Scot Thompson, d Javan Torre, d Shaun Tsakiris, mf *Pete Vagenas, mf *Greg Vanney, d *David Vanole, gk Sasha Victorine, mf Brad Webster, mf *Zach Wells, gk *Marvell Wynne, d Alex Yi, d Sal Zizzo, mf Totals

“A” 2 – – – 100 – – – – – – – – – 25 – 2 6 – – 3 – – 2 – – – 3 – – – 2 37 24 4 – 1 5 – 1 1,147

International “Caps” “B” U-23 U-20 – – 14 – – 10 – – – 5 – – 8 15 – – – 4 – – – – 4 15 – – 3 – – 5 – – 1 – – 16 – – 11 – – – – 5 2 – – – – – – – – 14 – – – – – 6 3 – 10 – – – – 9 – – – – – 5 – – 1 7 – – 6 10 – – – 2 – – – – – – 10 – 14 – – – – – – – – 6 16 – – 3 – – – – 8 11 – 6 12 – 1 15 101 222 454

U-18/17 Tot – 16 – 10 2 2 – 5 – 123 3 7 21 21 9 28 33 36 – 5 – 1 17 33 – 11 2 2 – 32 1 1 – 2 21 41 2 2 1 7 19 35 2 2 – 9 – 2 – 5 10 18 2 8 – 13 – 2 2 2 4 14 – 16 – 37 – 24 – 26 – 3 – 1 – 24 39 57 5 22 442 2,366

Legend: “A” — The U.S. National Team. “B” — Includes Olympic Developmental Team, World University Games Team and Pan Am Games prior to 1989. Also 2nd U.S. National Team. U-23 — Under-23 team, which also includes appearances in the Olympics and Olympic Developmental Team from 1989 to present. U-20 — Under 20 team. U-18/17 — Under 18 or Under 17 team. *Players who began their National Team participation after signing with UCLA. Players in bold are current UCLA players. This list is current as of 6/27/12.

Kamani Hill

Benny Feilhaber

Frankie Hejduk

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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UCLA - No. 1 Producer of Pro Talent Once again proving it is one of the top producers of soccer talent, UCLA had a league-high 23 former athletes on Major League Soccer (MLS) rosters in 2012, including 2012 first-round draft picks Kelyn Rowe and Chandler Hoffman.

Carlos Bocanegra

UCLA’s MLS Draft History Yr. 1996

Player Billy Thompson# Jorge Salcedo# Frankie Hejduk# Tayt Ianni# John O’Brien# Paul Caligiuri* Zak Ibsen* Adam Frye Chris Snitko Greg Vanney Eddie Lewis Ante Razov

Team Columbus Los Angeles Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Los Angeles Columbus New England Tampa Bay Kansas City Los Angeles San Jose Los Angeles

1997

Tahj Jakins Kevin Hartman Sam George*

Colorado Los Angeles New England

1st/1 3rd/29 3rd/22

1998

Josh Keller Matt Reis Kevin Coye Nick Theslof Tayt Ianni*

Tampa Bay Los Angeles New England Columbus Colorado

1st/7 3rd/26 3rd/29 3rd/33 3rd/35

1999

Seth George Tom Poltl Adam Frye*

Los Angeles Colorado San Jose

2nd/13 2nd/20 1st/3

2000

Steve Shak Carlos Bocanegra Sasha Victorine Pete Vagenas Nick Rimando

NY/NJ Chicago Los Angeles Los Angeles Miami

1st/1 1st/4 1st/11 2nd/23 3rd/35

2001

Ryan Lee McKinley Tennyson Shaun Tsakiris

Colorado Columbus New England

3rd/32 4th/39 5th/54

2003

Scot Thompson Jimmy Frazelle Ryan Futagaki

Los Angeles Los Angeles Chicago

2nd/16 5th/50 6th/54

2004

Matt Taylor Leonard Griffin Adolfo Gregorio Zach Wells Ty Maurin

Kansas City Chicago Colorado NY/NJ Dallas

1st/4 2nd/11 2nd/15 3rd/21 3rd/29

2005

Chad Barrett Mike Enfield Aaron Lopez

Chicago Los Angeles Chivas

1st/3 2nd/15 3rd/26

2006

Marvell Wynne Patrick Ianni Jonathan Bornstein Jordan Harvey*

New York Houston Chivas USA Colorado

1st/1 1st/8 4th/37 1st/9

2007

Kiel McClung*

Los Angeles

4th/44

2008

Chance Myers Tony Beltran Mike Zaher Brandon Owens* Greg Folk*

Kansas City Salt Lake Toronto DC United Los Angeles

1st/1 1st/3 3rd/30 1st/10 3rd/32

2010

Amobi Okugo David Estrada Michael Stephens Kyle Nakazawa Brian Perk

Philadelphia Seattle Los Angeles Philadelphia Philadelphia

1st/6 1st/11 1st/16 3rd/33 4th/49

2012

Kelyn Rowe Chandler Hoffman Andy Rose* Shawn Singh* Eder Arreola* Brian Rowe*

New England Philadelphia Real Salt Lake Sporting Kansas City Houston Chivas USA

1st/3 1st/13 1st/6 1st/16 1st/18 2nd/24

Overall, 64 Bruins have played in MLS in the league’s 17 years of existence, more than any other school in the nation by far. Every starting UCLA goalkeeper from 1990-2003 played in the league. Some of the most successful MLS players came from UCLA, including 2009 MLS Cup MVP Nick Rimando, 2006 MLS Rookie of the Year Jonathan Bornstein, 2005 Defender of the Year Jimmy Conrad, two-time Defender of the Year and 2000 Rookie of the Year Carlos Bocanegra, 1999 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Kevin Hartman, and 1997 Goalkeeper of the Year Brad Friedel. UCLA alumni have won MLS titles in each of the last eight years with a total of 24 former Bruins winning the MLS Cup all-time Sean Alvarado, Chad Barrett, Frankie Hejduk, Brian Perk and Michael Stephens with the LA Galaxy in 2011; Marvell Wynne in 2010 with the Colorado Rapids; Rimando and Tony Beltran in 2009; Hejduk and head coach Sigi Schmid with the Columbus Crew in 2008; Patrick Ianni and Zach Wells with the Houston Dynamo in 2006 and 2007; Mike Enfield, Hartman, Cobi Jones and Pete Vagenas with the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2005; Rimando in 2004 with DC United; Adam Frye, Hartman, Jones, Matt Reis,Vagenas and Sasha Victorine in 2002 with the Schmid-coached Galaxy; Conrad and Zak Ibsen in 2001 with the San Jose Earthquakes;Tahj Jakins in 2000 with the Kansas City Wizards; and Josh Keller and Ante Razov with the Chicago Fire in 1988. Bruins have also been very successful in MLS drafts. Twice in the last seven years, a Bruin has been the No. 1 draft pick - Chance Myers in 2008 (Kansas City) and Marvell Wynne in 2006 (New York). Other No. 1 picks were Tahj Jakins (1997, Colorado) and Steve Shak (2000, New York/New Jersey).Two Bruins were Top 3 picks in 2008 - No. 1 Myers and No. 3 Tony Beltran (Real Salt Lake). A school record-tying five players were chosen in the 2010 draft, including a record-tying three in the first round. UCLA also had five draft picks in 1996, 2000 and 2004. Other former MLS Bruins have been successful overseas as well. Four Bruins played in the English Premier League in 2007-08 - Friedel (Blackburn), Bocanegra (Fulham), Lewis (Derby County) and Benny Feilhaber (Derby County). Friedel became the first American player picked for the 2002 English Premier League team of the year when he was voted the top goalkeeper by his peers. Several others played in Europe before returning to the U.S. to play in MLS. Paul Caligiuri, the first American-born player ever to play in the top-flight division in Germany, first played abroad with SV Meppen and also played with St. Pauli in the German Bundesliga. Hejduk also played in the German Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen, and Jones (Coventry City), Joe-Max Moore (Everton) and Adolfo Gregorio (Darlington) enjoyed stints in England. Westwood has become the German pipeline recently, with three Bruins heading to the German Bundesliga in the last five years - Feilhaber to Hamburg SV in 2005, Kamani Hill to VfL Wolfsburg in 2006 and Sal Zizzo to Hannover 96 in 2007. Currently playing in Germany is Matt Taylor (SC Paderborn 07).

Bruins Abroad Argentina DJ Countess, Club Atletico Tigre (07) Australia Mike Enfield, Sydney FC (07-09) Belgium Alex Yi, Royal Antwerp (02-04) Brazil Cobi Jones,Vasco de Gama (96) Chile DJ Countess, Provincial Osorno (07) Denmark Benny Feilhaber, AGF Aarhus (08-11) Brad Rusin, HB Koge (11-pres.) England Carlos Bocanegra, Fulham (04-08) Benny Feilhaber, Derby County (07-08) Brad Friedel, Tottenham Hotspur (11-pres.), Aston Villa (08-11), Blackburn (01-08), Liverpool (97-01) Adolfo Gregorio, Darlington FC (04-05) Cobi Jones, Coventry City (94-95) Eddie Lewis, Derby County (2007-08); Leeds United (05-07), Preston North End (02-05), Fulham (00-02) Joe-Max Moore, Everton (99-02) France Carlos Bocanegra, St. Etienne (10-11), Rennes (08-09) Billy Thompson, Pau (91-94) Greg Vanney, Bastia (02-04)

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Germany Paul Caligiuri, St. Pauli (95-96), FC Freiburg (92-94), FC Hansa Rostock (90-91), SV Meppen (87-89), Hamburg SV (87) Benny Feilhaber, Hamburg SV (05-07) Seth George, 1860 Munich (99) Frankie Hejduk, Bayer Leverkusen (98-02) Kamani Hill,VfL Wolfsburg (07-08) Joe-Max Moore, Nurnberg (95-96), FC Saarbruecken (94-95) Matt Taylor, SC Paderborn 07 (12-pres.), Rot Weiss Ahlen (11), FSV Frankfurt (10.), TuS Koblenz (08-09) Sal Zizzo, Hannover 96 (07-10) Holland Shea Travis, NEC Njimegen (00) Italy Alex Yi, Nocerina (02) Mexico Mike Getchell, FC Morelia (88-89) Jorge Salcedo, FC Morelia (95-96) Jonathan Bornstein, Tigres UANL (11-pres.) Portugal Kamani Hill,Vitoria Guimaraes (09-10) Scotland Carlos Bocanegra, Rangers (11-pres.) Spain Ante Razov, Racing Ferrol (01) Sweden DJ Countess, Östers IF (06) Steve Shak, Boden BK (04) McKinley Tennyson, Jr., GIF Sundsvall (02) Shea Travis, Boden BK (01) Switzerland Frankie Hejduk, FC St. Gallen (02-03)

Rd./overall 3rd/21 3rd/24 7th/67 8th/77 11th/104 1st/10 3rd/26 1st/4 1st/5 2nd/17 3rd/23 3rd/27

# - initial draft; * - supplemental draft

2012 first-round draft pick Chandler Hoffman with MLS Commissioner Don Garber


Bruins in Major League Soccer

Chandler Hoffman - Philadelphia (2012pres.)

Kevin Hartman - FC Dallas (2011-pres.), Kansas City (2007-10), Los Angeles (19972006)

Pete Vagenas - Chivas USA (2012- pres.), Vancouver (2011), Seattle (2009-11), Los Angeles (2000-08)

Nick Rimando - Real Salt Lake (2007-pres.), D.C. (2002-06). Miami (20002001)

Matt Reis - New England (2003-pres.), Los Angeles (1998-2002)

Kelyn Rowe - New England (2012-pres.)

Chad Barrett - Los Angeles (2011-pres.),Toronto (2008-10), Chicago (2005-08)

2012 MLS Bruins Player Team Chad Barrett Los Angeles Galaxy Tony Beltran Real Salt Lake David Estrada Seattle Sounders FC Benny Feilhaber New England Revolution Kevin Hartman FC Dallas Jordan Harvey Vancouver Whitecaps Kamani Hill Colorado Rapids Chandler Hoffman Philadelphia Union Patrick Ianni Seattle Sounders FC Chance Myers Sporting Kansas City Kyle Nakazawa Los Angeles Galaxy Amobi Okugo Philadelphia Union Brian Perk Los Angeles Galaxy Matt Reis New England Revolution Nick Rimando Real Salt Lake Andy Rose Seattle Sounders FC Brian Rowe Los Angeles Galaxy Kelyn Rowe New England Revolution Shawn Singh Sporting Kansas City Michael Stephens Los Angeles Galaxy Pete Vagenas Chivas USA Marvell Wynne Colorado Rapids Sal Zizzo Portland Timbers

Jordan Harvey - Vancouver (2011-pres.), Philadelphia (2010-11), Colorado (2006-09)

Benny Feilhaber - New England (2011-pres.)

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Bruins in Major League Soccer

Marvell Wynne - Colorado (2010-pres.), Toronto (2007-09), New York (2006-07)

Patrick Ianni - Seattle (2009-pres.),Houston (2006-08)

UCLA’s All-Time MLS Player Register Nelson Akwari Salt Lake, 2005-06; Columbus, 2003-04; NY/NJ, 2002 Sean Alvarado Los Angeles, 2011 Chad Barrett Los Angeles, 2011-present; Toronto FC, 2008-10; Chicago, 2005-08 Tony Beltran Real Salt Lake, 2008-present Carlos Bocanegra Chicago, 2000-04 Jonathan Bornstein Chivas USA, 2006-10 Paul Caligiuri Los Angeles, 1997-01; Columbus, 1996 Jimmy Conrad Chivas USA, 2011; Kansas City, 2003-10; San Jose, 19992002 DJ Countess Salt Lake, 2005; Chicago 2004; Dallas, 2002-03; NY/NJ, 2001 Mike Enfield Los Angeles, 2005-06 David Estrada Seattle, 2010-present Benny Feilhaber New England, 2011-present Brad Friedel Columbus, 1996-97 Adam Frye Los Angeles, 2000-02; San Jose, 1999; Tampa Bay, 1996-98 Ryan Futagaki Chicago, 2003 Sam George Chicago, 1999-2000; Tampa Bay, 1997-99; New England, 1997 Seth George Los Angeles, 1999-2000 Adolfo Gregorio Salt Lake, 2005-06 Leonard Griffin Los Angeles, 2009; Columbus, 2007-08; Chicago, 2004-06 Maxwell Griffin San Jose, 2011 Kevin Hartman FC Dallas, 2010-present; Kansas City, 2007-09; Los Angeles, 1997-2006 Jordan Harvey Vancouver, 2011-present; Philadelphia, 2010-11; Colorado, 2006-09 Frankie Hejduk Los Angeles, 2011; Columbus, 2003-10; Tampa Bay, 199698

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Tony Beltran - Real Salt Lake (2008-pres.)

Chris Henderson New York, 2006; Columbus, 2005; Colorado, 2002-05, 1996-98; Miami, 2001-02; Kansas City, 1999-2000 Sean Henderson Colorado, 1996-98 Kamani Hill Colorado, 2012-pres. Chandler Hoffman Philadelphia, 2012-present Patrick Ianni Seattle, 2009-present; Houston, 2006-2008 Tayt Ianni San Jose, 1996-97 Zak Ibsen San Jose, 2001-02; Los Angeles, 1999-2000; Chicago 1998; Dallas, 1996; New England, 1996 Tahj Jakins Kansas City, 2000-01; Colorado, 1997-00 Cobi Jones Los Angeles, 1996-2007 Josh Keller Tampa Bay, 1999-2001, 1998; Chicago, 1998-99 Mike Lapper Columbus, 1997-2002 Eddie Lewis Los Angeles, 2008-10; San Jose, 1996-99 Aaron Lopez Chivas USA, 2005 Ty Maurin Dallas, 2004-05 Chance Myers Sporting Kansas City, 2008-present Joe-Max Moore New England, 2003-04; 1996-99 Kyle Nakazawa Los Angeles, 2012-pres.; Philadelphia, 2010-2011 Amobi Okugo Philadelphia, 2010-present Brian Perk Los Angeles, 2010-present; Philadelphia, 2010 Ante Razov Chivas USA, 2006-09; NY/NJ, 2005; Columbus, 2005; Chicago, 1998-2004; Los Angeles, 1996-97 Matt Reis New England, 2003-present; Los Angeles, 1998-2002 Nick Rimando Real Salt Lake, 2007-present; D.C., 2002-2006; Miami, 2000-01 Andy Rose Seattle, 2012-present Brian Rowe Los Angeles, 2012-present

Chance Myers - Sporting Kansas City (2008-pres.)

Kelyn Rowe New England, 2012-present Jorge Salcedo Los Angeles, 1999-2000, 1996; Tampa Bay, 1998-99; Chicago, 1998; Columbus, 1997 Steve Shak Colorado, 2001-02; NY/NJ, 2000-01 Shawn Singh Sporting Kansas City, 2012-present Chris Snitko Dallas, 2001; Chicago, 2000; Kansas City, 1996-2000 Michael Stephens Los Angeles, 2010-present Matt Taylor Chivas USA, 2005-07; Kansas City, 2004 McKinley Tennyson Jr. Los Angeles, 2002 Billy Thompson Columbus, 1996-99 Scot Thompson Los Angeles, 2003-04 Pete Vagenas Chivas USA, 2012-present;Vancouver, 2011; Seattle, 2009-10; Los Angeles, 2000-2008 Greg Vanney Los Angeles, 2008, 1996-2001; DC, 2007; Dallas, 2005-07 Sasha Victorine Chivas USA, 2008-09; Kansas City, 2005-2008; Los Angeles, 2000-04 Zach Wells DC, 2008; Houston, 2006-07; NY/NJ, 2004-05 Marvell Wynne Colorado, 2010-present; Toronto, 2007-09; New York, 2006-07 Alex Yi Dallas, 2005-08 Mike Zaher San Jose, 2009; DC, 2008 Sal Zizzo Portland, 2011-present; Chivas USA, 2010


Bruins in Major League Soccer UCLA’s All-Time Professional Roster Current USL-Pro League Players Maxwell Griffin (Los Angeles Blues) Eric Reed (Charlotte Eagles) Mike Zaher (Rochester Rhinos)

Other Leagues

Sal Zizzo - Portland (2011-pres.), Michael Stephens - Los Angeles David Estrada - Seattle (2010Chivas USA (2010) (2010-pres.) pres.)

Amobi Okugo - Philadelphia (2010-pres.)

Brian Perk - Los Angeles (2010-pres.),Philadelphia (2010)

Kyle Nakazawa - Los Angeles (2012-Pres.), Philadelphia (2010-2011)

Kamani Hill - Colorado (2012-pres.)

Nelson Akwari (LA Blues) Eder Arreola (Cal FC) Dan Beaney (LA United) Eric Biefeld (LA Heat) Steve Black (San Diego Nomads) Eric Chaisongkram (San Diego Flash) Adam Cooper (Orange County Waves) Chadd Davis (Long Island Rough Riders) Dale Ervine (Wichita Wings, Anaheim Splash) Ray Fernandez (LA Salsa) Firooz Fowzi (LA Aztecs) Peter Fredrickson (LA Aztecs) Mike Getchell (LA Heat, Tacoma Stars) Nat Gonzalez (Seattle SeaDogs) Leonard Griffin (LA Blues) Tim Harris (LA Lazers, Minnesota Strikers, California Kickers) Jeff Hooker (Los Angeles Heat, Colorado Foxes) Brian Irvin (Anaheim Splash) Paul Krumpe (Chicago Sting, Colorado Foxes, LA Kickers) Jose Lopez (LA Aztecs) Lucas Martin (San Diego Nomads) Kiel McClung (Cleveland City Stars, California Victory) Ole Mikkelsen (Washington Diplomats, Ft. Lauderdale Strikers, San Jose Earthquakes, LA Lazers, LA Aztecs) Anton Nistl (San Diego Nomads, California Kickers) John O’Brien (Anaheim Splash) Tim Pierce (El Paso Patriots) Tom Poltl (Portland Timbers, Orange County Blue Star, Boston Bulldogs) Paul Ratcliffe (Anaheim Splash) Brad Rusin (Carolina RailHawks) Leif Redal (LA Aztecs) Will Steadman (New Mexico Chiles) Steve Shak (Charlotte Eagles,Virginia Beach Mariners) Thomas Silvas (LA Heat, LA Aztecs) Doug Swanson (Canton Invaders, Cleveland Force) Nick Theslof (Columbus Crew, Orange County Waves) Scot Thompson (Portland Timbers) Shaun Tsakiris (Rochester Raging Rhinos) Harry Tweedie (LA Aztecs) David Vanole (LA Heat, San Francisco Blackhawks, Wichita Wings) Mike Vanneman (LA Aztecs) Sergio Velasquez (LA Aztecs, Seattle Sounders) Brad Webster (Houston Hurricane) Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel (LA Aztecs) Kenny Wright (Carolina Dynamo) Carlos Zavaleta (LA Skyhawks, California Sunshine)

Scot Thompson

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Career Records Points

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ole Mikkelsen, 1977-80 ...................194 (82g, 30a) Shoa Agonafer, 1969-72 ...................192 (76g, 40a) Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel, 1969-72.............153 (59g, 35a) Sergio Velasquez, 1971-74 ...............144 (61g, 22a) Dale Ervine, 1982-85 ........................127 (46g, 35a) Seth George, 1995-98 ......................125 (49g, 27a) Billy Thompson, 1986-90 .................111 (42g, 27a) Antè Razov, 1992-95 ........................109 (40g, 29a) McKinley Tennyson Jr., 1997-2000 .............102 (40g, 22a) Joe-Max Moore, 1990-92 ................100 (38g, 24a)

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

10.

Ole Mikkelsen, 1977-80 ........................................ 82 Shoa Agonafer, 1969-72 ........................................ 76 Sergio Velasquez, 1971-74 .................................... 61 Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel, 1969-72................... 59 Seth George, 1995-98 ........................................... 49 Dale Ervine, 1982-85 ............................................. 46 Firooz Fowzi, 1973-74........................................... 44 Tim Ngubeni, 1976-78 .......................................... 42 Billy Thompson, 1986-90 ...................................... 42 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 1997-2000 ...................... 40 Antè Razov, 1992-95 ............................................. 40

Assists 1. 2. 3. 5.

Shoa Agonafer, 1969-72 ........................................ 40 Cobi Jones, 1988-91 .............................................. 37 Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel, 1969-72................... 35 Dale Ervine, 1982-85 ............................................. 35 Shaun Tsakiris, 1997-2000 .................................... 31

6. 9.

Pete Vagenas, 1996-99 ........................................... 30 Sam George, 1988-91 ........................................... 30 Ole Mikkelsen, 1977-80 ........................................ 30 Adolfo Gregorio, 2000-03.................................... 29 Antè Razov, 1992-95 ............................................. 29

Goalkeeping Shutouts 1. 2. 3.

Game-Winning Goals*

5.

Multiple Goal Games*

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3.

Seth George, 1995-98 ........................................... 20 Joe-Max Moore, 1990-92 ..................................... 17 Anté Razov, 1992-95 ............................................. 15 Dale Ervine, 1982-85 ............................................. 14 Matt Taylor, 2000-03 .............................................. 12 Seth George, 1995-98 ............................................. 9 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 1997-2000 ........................ 8 Matt Taylor, 2000-03 ................................................ 7 Antè Razov, 1992-95 ............................................... 7 Tom Silvas, 1983-86 ................................................. 7 Dale Ervine, 1982-85 ............................................... 7

Hat Tricks* 1. 2. 5.

Matt Taylor, 2000-03 ................................................ 3 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 1997-2000 ........................ 2 Robbie LaBelle, 1992-95 ......................................... 2 Billy Thompson, 1986-90 ........................................ 2 16 players (last Chandler Hoffman, 2011) .......... 1

Anton Nistl, 1986-89............................................. 41 Chris Snitko, 1992-95............................................ 31 Brad Friedel, 1990-92 ............................................ 30 Tim Harris, 1980-83 .............................................. 30 Zach Wells, 2000-03 .............................................. 27

Victories

Anton Nistl, 1986-89............................................. 56 Zach Wells, 2000-03 .............................................. 49 Tim Harris, 1980-83 .............................................. 48 Chris Snitko, 1992-95............................................ 47 Brad Friedel, 1990-92 ............................................ 46

Lowest Goals Against Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Brad Friedel, 1990-92 .........................................0.60 Nick Rimando, 1997-99 .....................................0.67 Kevin Hartman, 1995-96....................................0.68 Chris Snitko, 1992-95.........................................0.69 Zach Wells, 2000-03 ...........................................0.71

Saves^ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Zach Wells, 2000-03 ............................................269 Anton Nistl, 1986-89...........................................261 Tim Harris, 1980-83 ............................................259 Brian Perk, 2006-09 ............................................241 David Vanole, 1981-85 .........................................204

* Since 1983; ^ Since 1980

Single-Season Records Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Sergio Velasquez, 1973 ......................... 63 (28g, 7a) Ole Mikkelsen, 1980 ............................. 60 (27g, 6a) Sergio Velasquez, 1971 ......................... 54 (24g, 6a) Shoa Agonafer, 1970 ............................. 52 (23g, 6a) Ole Mikkelsen, 1978 ............................. 52 (23g, 6a) Shoa Agonafer, 1971 ........................... 50 (16g, 18a) Firooz Fowzi, 1974................................ 48 (23g, 2a) Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel, 1970.............. 47 (20g, 7a) Shoa Agonafer, 1972 ............................. 46 (19g, 8a) Bernardo Ortiz, 1970........................... 46 (19g, 8a)

Game-Winning Goals* 1. 3.

Multiple Goal Games* 1.

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9.

Sergio Velasquez, 1973 .......................................... 28 Ole Mikkelsen, 1980 .............................................. 27 Sergio Velasquez, 1971 .......................................... 24 Shoa Agonafer, 1970 .............................................. 23 Ole Mikkelsen, 1978 .............................................. 23 Firooz Fowzi, 1974................................................. 23 Firooz Fowzi, 1973................................................. 21 Fesseha Wolde-Emmanuel, 1970......................... 20 Ole Mikkelsen, 1977 .............................................. 19 Tim Ngubeni, 1978 ................................................ 19 Shoa Agonafer, 1972 .............................................. 19 Bernardo Ortiz, 1970............................................ 19

3.

7. 10.

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Shoa Agonafer, 1971 .............................................. 18 Cobi Jones, 1991 .................................................... 18 Adolfo Gregorio, 2003 .......................................... 14 Robbie LaBelle, 1995 ............................................. 14 Harry Tweedie, 1980 ............................................. 14 Dale Ervine, 1984 ................................................... 14 Shaun Tsakiris, 1999............................................... 13 Mike Getchell, 1985 ............................................... 13 Ole Mikkelsen, 1979 .............................................. 13 Pete Vagenas, 1999 ................................................. 11 Dale Ervine, 1983 ................................................... 11 Zak Ibsen, 1991 ...................................................... 11 Anté Razov, 1993 ................................................... 11

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Chandler Hoffman, 2011 ........................................ 4 Matt Taylor, 2003 ...................................................... 4 Tim Pierce, 2002 ...................................................... 4 Seth George, 1998 ................................................... 4 Seth George, 1997 ................................................... 4 Billy Thompson, 1990 .............................................. 4 Billy Thompson, 1988 .............................................. 4 Dale Ervine, 1985 ..................................................... 4

Hat Tricks* 1.

Matt Taylor, 2003 ...................................................... 2 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 2000................................... 2 Billy Thompson, 1990 .............................................. 2

Goalkeeping Shutouts 1. 2. 3.

Assists 1.

Seth George, 1998 ................................................... 8 Dale Ervine, 1983 ..................................................... 8 Seth George, 1997 ................................................... 7 Joe-Max Moore, 1992 ............................................. 7 Joe-Max Moore, 1991 ............................................. 7

6.

Anton Nistl, 1989................................................... 16 Mike Vanneman, 1977 ............................................ 13 Brian Rowe, 2011 ................................................... 12 Eric Reed, 2005....................................................... 12 Chris Snitko, 1993 .................................................. 12 Zach Wells, 2003 .................................................... 11 Chris Snitko, 1995 .................................................. 11 Anton Nistl, 1986, ’88 ........................................... 11 Tim Harris, 1981, ’83 ............................................. 11

Goalkeeping Victories 1. 2. 3.

Zach Wells, 2003 .................................................... 20 Nick Rimando, 1999 .............................................. 19 Anton Nistl, 1989................................................... 18 David Vanole, 1985 ................................................. 18 Mike Vanneman, 1977 ............................................ 18

* Since 1983; ^ Since 1980

Lowest Goals Against Average 1. 2. 4. 5.

Zach Wells, 2003 .................................................0.52 Anton Nistl, 1989................................................0.53 Anton Nistl, 1986................................................0.53 Brad Friedel, 1990 ...............................................0.56 Brad Friedel, 1992 ...............................................0.58

Goalkeeping Saves* 1. 2. 3. 4.

Zach Wells, 2001 ..................................................101 Brad Friedel, 1990 .................................................. 97 Brian Rowe, 2010 ................................................... 91 Zach Wells, 2002 .................................................... 90 David Vanole, 1984 ................................................. 90 Anton Nistl, 1989................................................... 89 David Vanole, 1985 ................................................. 89

Dale Ervine


Single-Game Individual Records Goals Scored 1. 4.

Martin Bruno, 11-9-97.....................4 Seth George, 11-10-96 ..................4 Billy Thompson, 10-9-90 .................4 Chandler Hoffman, 9-16-11 ...........3 Victor Chavez, 10-3-10 ...................3 Maxwell Griffin, 9-16-07 .................3 Matt Taylor, 9-14-03 .........................3 Matt Taylor, 8-29-03 .........................3 Matt Taylor, 12-7-02 .........................3 Tim Pierce, 9-29-02 .........................3 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 9-17-00 ......3 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 9-6-00 ........3 Sasha Victorine, 9-3-99 ....................3 Josh Keller, 10-26-97 ........................3 Eddie Lewis, 9-14-94........................3 Robbie LaBelle, 9-5-94 ....................3 Robbie LaBelle, 9-18-93 ..................3 Tim Gallegos, 10-30-90 ...................3 Billy Thompson, 9-9-90....................3 Dana Keir, 9-10-89 ...........................3 Jeff Hooker, 9-1-87 ...........................3 Lucas Martin, 10-24-86 ...................3 Tom Silvas, 10-18-85 ........................3 Dale Ervine, 9-14-85 ........................3 Roland Schmid, 11-10-84 ................3

Please note: Individual game-by-game scoring not available prior to 1983.

Points Scored 1. 2.

6.

Seth George, 11-10-96 ............... 10 Matt Taylor, 12-7-02 .........................8 Martin Bruno, 11-9-97.....................8 Billy Thompson, 10-9-90 .................8 Billy Thompson, 9-9-90 ..................8 Chad Barrett, 9-14-03 .....................7 Tim Pierce, 9-29-02 .........................7 Zak Ibsen, 11-10-91 .........................7 Jeff Hooker, 9-1-87 ...........................7 Tom Silvas, 10-18-85 ........................7

Shots* 1. 2. 3.

McKinley Tennyson Jr., 10-8-99 ... 12 Seth George, 10-4-98 ................... 10 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 10-1-00 ......9 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 9-17-00 ......9 Seth George, 11-16-97....................9 Seth George, 10-31-97....................9 Seth George, 11-10-96....................9 Joe-Max Moore, 11-10-91 ..............9 9. Jason Leopoldo, 10-31-08 ...............8 Matt Taylor, 10-9-03 .........................8 Tim Pierce, 11-1-02 .........................8 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 9-6-00 ........8 McKinley Tennyson Jr., 11-10-99 ...8 Sasha Victorine, 10-22-99 ...............8 Tom Poltl, 9-6-98 ..............................8 Ante Razov, 11-19-95 ......................8 Eddie Lewis, 9-14-94........................8 Ante Razov, 9-3-94...........................8 Sean Henderson, 9-29-93 ...............8 Joe-Max Moore, 11-1-92.................8 Joe-Max Moore, 10-11-91 ..............8 *since 1990

Saves* 1.

Zach Wells, 10-25-02 .................... 11 DJ Countess, 10-8-00 ................... 11 Matt Reis, 12-12-97....................... 11 Chris Snitko, 9-10-95 .................... 11 5. DJ Countess, 9-2-00 ..................... 10 Zach Wells, 9-2-01......................... 10 Brad Friedel, 12-1-90 .................... 10 Anton Nistl, 10-12-86 .................. 10 Brian Perk, 9-04-09 ....................... 10 9. Brian Rowe, 12-9-11 ........................9 Matt Reis, 12-14-97..........................9 Brad Friedel, 12-2-90 .......................9 Anton Nistl, 11-4-89........................9 Anton Nistl, 10-8-89........................9 *Since 1986

Fastest Goal* 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tim Pierce, 9-29-02 ................... 0:16 Chandler Hoffman, 11-27-11 ... 0:41 Michael Stephens, 10-5-06........ 1:00 Sasha Victorine, 9-1-96 .............. 1:01 Scot Thompson, 11-10-99 ........ 1:05 Sasha Victorine, 9-17-99............ 1:26 Sal Zizzo, 11-15-06 ..................... 1:55 Greg Vanney, 9-29-95 ................. 2:11 Sasha Victorine, 10-20-96 ......... 2:23 Kyle Nakazawa, 9-10-09 ............ 2:23

Assists 1. 2.

Michael Stephens, 11-15-08 ...........4 Zak Ibsen, 11-10-91 .........................4 Adolfo Gregorio, 10-17-03 ............3 Chad Barrett, 9-14-03 .....................3 Chad Barrett, 8-29-03 .....................3 Cliff McKinley, 12-7-02 ....................3 Adolfo Gregorio, 9-6-00 .................3 Seth George, 10-11-98....................3 Sasha Victorine, 9-1-98 ....................3 Seth George, 11-9-97 ......................3 Seth George, 11-2-97 ......................3 Junior Gonzalez, 11-10-96 ..............3 Robbie LaBelle, 10-16-94................3 John O’Brien, 9-4-93 ........................3 Chris Henderson, 10-4-92 .............3 Joe-Max Moore, 11-10-91 ..............3 Cobi Jones, 10-13-91 .......................3 Joe-Max Moore, 10-19-90 ..............3 Mark Sharp, 10-9-90 ........................3 Chris Henderson, 9-10-89 .............3 Billy Thompson, 9-25-88 .................3 Billy Thompson, 9-1-87....................3 Kirk Ferguson, 9-1-87......................3 Chris Roosen, 10-24-86 ..................3 Mike Getchell, 10-5-85 ....................3

Opponent: Spencer Wadsworth (Duke), 11-26-06 ..... ........................................................ 0:25 *since 1990

Single-Game Team Records Goals Scored 1. 2. 3. 6. 7.

1977, vs. Loyola Marymount ....... 17 1973, vs. Pepperdine ..................... 13 1971, vs. UC San Diego ................ 12 1970, vs. Cal State LA ................... 12 1968, vs. Fresno Pacific................. 12 1973, vs. USC.................................. 11 1970, vs. Loyola Marymount ....... 10 1969, vs. Claremont College ....... 10 1968, vs. Pomona College ............ 10 1967, vs. Fresno Pacific................. 10

Assists 1. 3.

7.

11-10-96, vs. Sac State .................. 11 10-16-94, vs. Cal St. Northridge. 11 11-9-97, vs. UC Santa Barbara .... 10 10-30-90, vs. Loyola Mrymt. ........ 10 9-10-89, vs. UC Irvine................... 10 9-1-87, vs. Westmont .................... 10 11-15-08 at San Diego State. .........9 8-29-03, vs. Penn State ....................9 10-15-00, vs. UNLV ..........................9 11-10-91, vs. San Jose State ............9 10-13-88, vs. Loyola Mrymt. ...........9

Shots* 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

10-21-86, vs. Loyola Marymt. ...... 51 10-8-99, vs. CS Northridge ......... 40 10-9-90, vs. So-Cal College ......... 38 9-17-86, vs. UC Irvine................... 36 10-13-90, vs. Princeton................. 35 9-13-91, vs. Portland ..................... 34 11-10-91, vs. San Jose State ......... 33 9-30-90, vs. Stanford ..................... 32 10-13-88, vs. Loyola Mrymt. ........ 32 9-9-86, vs. San Jose State.............. 32 *since 1986

Goals Scored, Opponent 1. 2.

8.

San Francisco, 1971 ..........................6 Louisville, 12-4-10 ............................5 Indiana, 9-5-10 ...................................5 San Francisco, 11-16-83 ..................5 Simon Fraser, 9-30-80......................5 San Francisco, 1975 ..........................5 Stanford, 1972 ...................................5 California, 10-29-06 .........................4 Maryland, 9-1-06...............................4 San Diego, 11-10-05.........................4 Duke, 9-10-95 ...................................4 Indiana, 12-9-94 ................................4 UC Irvine, 9-25-94 ...........................4 San Diego, 11-14-93.........................4 Yale, 9-24-87 ......................................4 Clemson, 12-9-84 .............................4 California, 10-7-84............................4 San Francisco, 1979 ..........................4 San Francisco, 1977 ..........................4 San Francisco, 1975 ..........................4 SIU-Edwardsville, 1975 ....................4 Saint Louis, 1974 ...............................4 Saint Louis, 1972 ...............................4 Westmont, 1969 ...............................4 Long Beach State, 1968 ...................4

Saves, Opponent* 1. 2. 3.

Loyola Marymount, 10-21-86 ..... 18 South Carolina, 10-28-01............. 15 Cal State Northridge, 10-8-99 ... 14 UC Irvine, 9-28-90 ........................ 14 So-Cal College, 10-9-90 ............... 14 6. Loyola Marymount, 10-4-98........ 13 Westmont, 9-3-91 ......................... 13 Princeton, 10-13-90 ...................... 13 Cal State Fullerton, 10-28-90 ..... 13 10. UNLV, 10-7-90................................ 12 *since 1986

Shots, Opponent* 1.

Oregon State, 10-25-02 ............... 25 Indiana, 12-12-97 ........................... 25 Duke, 9-10-95 ................................ 25 North Carolina State, 12-1-90 ... 25 5. California, 10-31-08 ...................... 23 Indiana, 9-2-01 ................................ 23 Maryland, 8-31-01 ......................... 23 8. North Carolina, 12-9-11 .............. 22 Cal State Northridge, 10-27-10 . 22 Cal Poly, 9-17-10............................ 22 *since 1986

Tim Pierce

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Miscellaneous Records Offensive Records

Defensive Records

Most Goals, Season 1. 1971 ............................................... 96 2. 1970 ............................................... 86 3. 1973 ............................................... 85 4. 1969 ............................................... 83 5. 1977 ............................................... 79

Fewest Goals Allowed, Season 1. 1967 ............................................... 10 2. 1992, 2003 .................................... 12 3. 1986, ‘89, ‘95 ................................. 13 4. 1991, ‘97, ‘98, ‘05 .......................... 14 5. 1981 ............................................... 15

Fewest Goals, Season 1. 2007 ............................................... 26 2. 2005 ............................................... 28 3. 2009 ............................................... 31 4. 2001 ............................................... 36 5. 2008 ............................................... 37 6. 1976, ‘87, ‘92, ‘04 .......................... 38

Most Goals Allowed, Season 1. 1975 ............................................... 37 2. 1978 ............................................... 32 3. 1979 ............................................... 29 4. 1984 ............................................... 28 5. 1987, ‘94, ‘07, ‘10 .......................... 25

Most Victories, Season* 1. 1997 ............................................... 22 2. 1965 ............................................... 21 3. 1985, 2003 .................................... 20 4. 5x, last in 1999 ........................... 19 5. 11x, last in 2011 .......................... 18 Fewest Victories, Season* 1. 2007 ..................................................9 2. 2008 ............................................... 10 3. 1975 ............................................... 11 4. 1981, 2000, ‘01, ‘05, ‘09 ............... 12

Most Shutouts, Season 1. 1989, 2003 .................................... 16 2. 1977, ‘95, ‘97, ‘05 .......................... 14 3. 1981, ‘93, ‘98, ‘11 .......................... 12 4. 7x, last in 1996 ............................. 11 5. 4x, last in 1992 ........................... 10 Lowest Goals Against Average 1. 1989, 2003 ................................. 0.52 2. 1986 ............................................ 0.55 3. 1997 ............................................ 0.57 4. 1990 ............................................ 0.58 5. 1991, ‘92 ..................................... 0.63

*Minimum 20 games played.

Streaks# Consecutive Wins 1. 1970 ..............................................16 2. 9-7-03 to 11-9-03 ......................15 3. 1969 .............................................14 1971 ..............................................14 10-18-85 to 9-7-86 ....................14 9-12-99 to 11-7-99 ....................14 Consecutive Games Without A Loss 1. 9-29-85 to 11-16-86 .................39 2. 1973 ..............................................22 3. 9-7-03 to 12-6-03 ......................19 Consecutive Home Wins 1. 9-22-96 to 11-1-98 ....................31 2. 11-27-02 to 11-30-03 ...............15 3. 11-3-82 to 10-18-84 .................14 Consecutive Home Games Without A Loss 1. 9-14-88 to 11-24-91 .................49 2. 9-22-96 to 11-1-98 ....................31 3. 9-2-85 to 10-25-87 ....................27 Consecutive Wins Away From Home* 1. 9-6-80 to 11-9-80 ......................12 2. 9-16-95 to 9-8-96 ........................ 8 3. 9-18-11 to 12-3-11 ...................... 7 10-18-85 to 9-7-86 ...................... 7 9-12-99 to 10-17-99 ................... 7 Consecutive Conference Wins 1. 10-7-95 to 10-12-97 .................20 2. 11-5-10 to Present ....................13 3. 10-11-92 to 10-22-93 ...............11 Consecutive Wins to Start Season 1. 1970 ..............................................16 2. 1969, 1971 ...................................14 3. 1968 ..............................................12 Consecutive Shutouts 1. 10-28-11 to 12-3-11 ................... 8 1977 ................................................ 8 3. 9-25-81 to 10-10-81 ................... 7 9-5-89 to 9-26-89 ........................ 7 5. 5x, last 10-17-08 to 11-2-08...... 6 Consecutive Losses 1. 1979 ................................................ 4 11-29-87 to 9-9-88 ...................... 4 10-15-00 to 10-26-00 ................. 4 2. 4x, last 10-28-97 to 11-4-07...... 3

Consecutive Home Losses 1. 10-30-94 to 11-6-94 ................... 2 11-26-95 to 9-19-96 ................... 2 Consecutive Losses Away From Home 1. 10-8-00 to 8-31-01 ...................... 7 2. 3x, last 11-2-07 to 11-28-07...... 3 3. 4x, last 10-25-09 to 10-31-09 ... 2 Consecutive Conference Losses 1. 10-15-00 to 11-3-00 ................... 4 Consecutive Losses to Start Season 1. 1988 ................................................ 3 2. 1978, 2007 ..................................... 2 Consecutive Games with a Goal or Assist 1. Cobi Jones, 1991 ........................11 2. Joe-Max Moore, 1991 ...............10 3. Robbie LaBelle, 1995................... 9 Seth George, 1997-98................. 9 Consecutive Games with a Goal 1. Chandler Hoffman, 2011 ............ 5 Joe-Max Moore, 1991 ................. 5 Billy Thompson, 1988 .................. 5 4. Chandler Hoffman, 2010 ............ 4 Matt Taylor, 2003 .......................... 4 McKinley Tennyson, Jr., 1999 ..... 4 Ante Razov, 1994 ......................... 4 Zak Ibsen, 1991 ............................ 4 Tim Gallegos, 1991 ...................... 4 Joe-Max Moore, 1991 ................. 4 Tom Silvas, 1984 ........................... 4 Consecutive Games with an Assist 1. Shaun Tsakiris, 1999-2000 .......... 5 Nick Theslof, 1996, 1997 ............ 5 Robbie LaBelle, 1995................... 5 Paul Krumpe, 1985 ...................... 5 Consecutive Shutouts 1. Chris Snitko, 1993 ....................... 9 2. Brian Rowe, 2011......................... 8 3. Kevin Hartman, 1995-96 ............ 7 Anton Nistl, 1989 ........................ 7 Opp.: 2005, 1994 ................................. 3 Consecutive Shutout Minutes 1. Chris Snitko, 1993 ...................851 2. Brian Rowe, 2011.....................803 #Team game-by-game scores unavailable prior to 1967. Individual game-by-game scoring unavailable prior to 1983. *Dates and locations of games not available prior to 1980.

Single-Season Freshman Records* Joe-Max Moore and Paul Ratcliffe

Did You Know?

Seth George helped set an NCAA record for fastest consecutive goals on opposing teams on Nov. 6, 1998 when he scored a goal just three seconds after UC Santa Barbara’s Aaron Wellman.

Goals 1. David Estrada, 2006 ...................12 2. Joe-Max Moore, 1990 ...............11 3. Victor Chavez, 2010 ..................10 Tom Silvas, 1983 .........................10 Chad Barrett, 2003 ....................10 Assists 1. Kelyn Rowe, 2010 ......................10 Joe-Max Moore, 1990 ...............10 Zak Ibsen, 1990 ..........................10

Shutouts 1. Anton Nistl, 1986 ......................11 2. Brad Friedel, 1990......................10 3. Tim Harris, 1980 .......................... 7 Goals Against Average (min. 500 min.) 1. Anton Nistl, 1986 ...................0.53 2. Brad Friedel, 1990...................0.56 3. Tim Harris, 1980 .....................0.60

Points 1. Joe-Max Moore, 1990 ...............32 2. Chad Barrett, 2003 ....................28 David Estrada, 2006 ...................28 *Since 1980

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Yearly Leaders Jeff Hooker

Kelyn Rowe

Kevin Hartman

Eric Reed

Maxwell Griffin

Points

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Chandler Hoffman Victor Chavez Kyle Nakazawa Michael Stephens Maxwell Griffin David Estrada Kamani Hill Mike Enfield Matt Taylor Matt Taylor Tim Pierce McKinley Tennyson Jr. Sasha Victorine Seth George Seth George Seth George Eddie Lewis Anté Razov Anté Razov Joe-Max Moore Joe-Max Moore Billy Thompson Cobi Jones Billy Thompson Jeff Hooker Billy Thompson Shaun Del Grande Dale Ervine Dale Ervine Dale Ervine Roland Schmid Gary Kretzschmar Ole Mikkelsen

42 25 31 23 18 28 22 30 34 32 22 34 33 38 42 31 32 36 33 25 43 43 23 34 21 23 33 34 39 23 19 60

Goals 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Shaun Del Grande

1980

Chandler Hoffman Victor Chavez Kyle Nakazawa Maxwell Griffin Maxwell Griffin David Estrada Kamani Hill Mike Enfield Matt Taylor Matt Taylor Tim Pierce Tim Pierce McKinley Tennyson Jr. Sasha Victorine McKinley Tennyson, Jr. Seth George Seth George Seth George Eddie Lewis Anté Razov Anté Razov Joe-Max Moore Joe-Max Moore Billy Thompson Cobi Jones Billy Thompson Jeff Hooker Shaun Del Grande Dale Ervine Tom Silvas Dale Ervine Roland Schmid Tibor Pelle Gary Kretzschmar Peter Trifunovich Ole Mikkelsen

Eddie Lewis

18 10 12 10 9 12 7 10 14 12 12 10 15 12 12 15 16 12 11 14 11 9 18 18 8 13 8 8 15 13 14 8 8 27

Assists

2011 Kelyn Rowe 2010 Kelyn Rowe 2009 David Estrada Kyle Nakazawa Michael Stephens 2008 Jason Leopoldo Michael Stephens 2007 Kyle Nakazawa 2006 Sal Zizzo 2005 Kamani Hill 2004 Chad Barrett 2003 Adolfo Gregorio 2002 Matt Taylor 2001 Jimmy Frazelle 2000 Shaun Tsakiris 1999 Shaun Tsakiris 1998 Seth George 1997 Seth George 1996 Nick Theslof 1995 Robbie LaBelle 1994 Joe Christie 1993 Anté Razov 1992 Joe-Max Moore 1991 Cobi Jones 1990 Sam George Zak Ibsen Joe-Max Moore 1989 Sam George Cobi Jones Chris Henderson 1988 Billy Thompson 1987 Steve Black Billy Thompson 1986 Paul Caligiuri Shaun Del Grande 1985 Mike Getchell 1984 Dale Ervine 1983 Dale Ervine 1982 Roland Schmid Dale Ervine 1981 Mike Getchell

10 10 7

Goals Against Avg.*

8 7

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

7

*minimum 500 minutes

9 7 9 8 10 14 8 6 9 13 8 10 9 14 10 11 7 18 10 7

13 14 13 7

Brian Rowe Brian Rowe Brian Rowe Brian Perk Brian Perk Eric Reed Eric Reed Eric Reed Zach Wells Zach Wells Zach Wells DJ Countess Nick Rimando Nick Rimando Matt Reis Kevin Hartman Chris Snitko Chris Snitko Chris Snitko Brad Friedel Brad Friedel Brad Friedel Anton Nistl Anton Nistl Drew Leonard Anton Nistl David Vanole David Vanole Tim Harris Tim Harris Tim Harris Tim Harris

0.75 1.06 0.85 0.97 1.06 1.10 0.60 0.73 0.52 0.76 0.85 1.02 0.78 0.66 0.64 0.87 0.66 0.68 0.72 0.58 0.66 0.56 0.53 0.80 0.80 0.53 0.77 1.05 0.83 1.23 0.78 0.64

Saves 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Brian Rowe Brian Rowe Brian Perk Brian Perk Brian Perk Eric Reed Eric Reed Eric Reed Zach Wells Zach Wells Zach Wells DJ Countess Nick Rimando Nick Rimando Matt Reis Kevin Hartman Chris Snitko Chris Snitko Chris Snitko Brad Friedel Brad Friedel Brad Friedel Anton Nistl Anton Nistl Anton Nistl Anton Nistl David Vanole David Vanole Tim Harris Tim Harris Tim Harris Tim Harris

69 91 53 75 84 62 59 37 76 90 101 81 72 62 75 65 54 75 43 44 52 97 89 58 36 78 89 90 86 40 88 45

DJ Countess

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Year-By-Year Team Statistics Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967

GP 24 22 20 21 21 24 20 20 23 24 23 19 22 21 24 20 22 23 21 19 22 24 23 22 22 22 25 24 22 20 20 22 28 23 26 19 19 22 24 18 20 17 16 14 14

W 18 16 12 10 9 14 12 14 20 18 12 12 19 17 22 16 18 18 18 13 18 19 18 13 14 16 20 19 17 16 12 18 15 14 19 13 11 15 19 13 18 16 15 11 12

L 4 5 4 5 9 6 5 4 2 3 7 7 3 4 2 4 3 5 3 3 4 1 4 5 7 1 1 3 2 4 5 2 10 8 5 5 6 3 1 2 2 1 1 2 1

T 2 1 4 6 3 4 3 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 4 1 4 1 5 4 2 3 0 3 2 3 1 2 1 2 4 4 3 0 0 0 2 1

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Pct. .792 .750 .700 .619 .500 .667 .675 .750 .891 .813 .609 .632 .864 .810 .917 .800 .841 .783 .857 .763 .818 .875 .804 .682 .659 .830 .880 .833 .841 .800 .675 .863 .589 .630 .769 .711 .666 .773 .875 .806 .900 .941 .938 .800 .893

Fl 239 256 244 263 298 324 309 308 352 382 439 297 378 325 403 324 368 472 332 367 375 399 455 376 437 429 486 486 366 396 306 479 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

CK 118 118 110 128 113 128 109 143 132 119 133 115 136 125 153 135 127 98 138 140 114 128 139 109 107 148 151 142 89 101 92 114 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Y-R 20-2 25-0 21-2 25-2 23-1 29-1 18-2 21-1 23-1 35-2 37-4 31-0 30-1 29-0 35-1 17-0 31-2 43-3 28-0 21-0 14-0 29-1 25-2 18-2 17-2 12-2 25-0 28-2 15-1 23-2 19-2 24-4 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Sh 321 356 244 281 232 292 237 299 353 317 377 249 375 343 360 276 306 339 379 325 462 488 477 362 359 490 506 475 502 394 322 353 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Gl 43 40 31 37 26 46 28 37 55 53 36 40 53 49 67 47 62 57 60 38 63 63 49 44 38 59 55 65 61 52 50 55 44 49 79 38 47 56 85 46 96 86 83 60 63

A 63 52 42 45 18 42 30 36 62 56 30 29 70 57 69 60 76 59 65 40 70 72 48 42 43 64 54 64 47 40 37 51 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Pts 149 132 104 119 70 134 86 112 172 162 102 109 176 155 203 154 200 173 185 116 195 198 146 130 117 182 164 194 169 144 137 161 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

GA 20 25 18 24 25 29 14 17 12 19 22 20 18 14 14 16 13 25 16 12 14 16 13 18 25 13 19 28 19 21 15 23 29 32 24 16 37 22 23 20 20 21 19 16 10

GAA 0.81 1.10 0.86 1.07 1.00 1.15 0.67 0.82 0.52 0.76 0.88 1.01 0.76 0.66 0.57 0.76 0.57 1.01 0.75 0.58 0.62 0.58 0.52 0.78 1.10 0.55 0.70 1.12 .083 1.02 0.73 1.00 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Sv 74 93 80 86 90 96 68 56 87 96 104 83 75 71 87 71 54 89 51 44 56 100 90 60 62 78 91 114 86 61 93 74 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

SO 12 9 6 8 6 6 14 8 16 9 9 6 9 12 14 11 14 8 13 10 11 11 16 11 6 11 11 10 11 7 12 9 10 9 14 9 3 10 8 7 8 3 3 5 5


Marshall Field At Drake Stadium The UCLA soccer team will begin its 13th season of play on Marshall Field at Drake Stadium. The stadium, which has served as the on-campus home of the Bruin men’s and women’s track and field teams since 1969, took on a new look in the spring of 1999 when it was transformed into a state-of-the-art soccer/track and field facility. The stadium provides seating for 11,700 spectators. The cost of the project was $1.5 million and was made possible by a lead gift from Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy. Marshall is a longtime UCLA soccer fan and was a member of UCLA’s original men’s soccer team in 1967. The grass infield, named Marshall Field, houses a regulation 75-yard by 120-yard soccer field and is considered to be one of the finest playing surfaces in the country.The UCLA men’s and women’s soccer teams use this field for competition and the adjacent North Athletic Field for practice. Drake Stadium sits atop BruinWalk just east of UCLA’s dormitories. The stadium provides a picturesque view of the North Campus, where UCLA’s famous architecural symbol, Royce Hall, lies. The Bruins previously played their games on the NorthAthletic Field, as well as on Spaulding Field and Murdock Stadium at El Camino College. UCLA’s all-time record on Marshall Field is 90-15-14. Drake Stadium hosted its first-ever regular season soccer game on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2000 when the UCLA men defeated the University of San Francisco, 3-0. McKinley Tennyson Jr. scored the first goal ever on the new field, the first of his three goals that game. UCLA played its first game under lights on October 18, 2002, a thrilling 1-0 overtime victory over Stanford in what turned out to be a preview of the NCAA Championship game, which UCLA won by an identical score of 1-0 in December of 2002. A UCLA soccer record 3,466 fans were in attendance on Oct. 14, 2001 to witness the Bruins handing Stanford a 2-1 defeat. The field has also served as host of NCAA Soccer Tournament games from 2000-11 and was also the site of a Los Angeles Galaxy exhibition game in 2006.

Top 20 All-Time Home Crowds* Date 10-14-01 10-26-07 8-29-08 11-1-98 9-16-11 11-7-99 10-29-06 11-29-09 10-6-96 10-26-97 9-23-11 10-28-94 11-2-08 10-14-07 10-30-94 10-29-95 12-1-91 9-30-11 10-13-02 11-3-02 10-27-95

Opponent Stanford (MF) Oregon State (MF) Maryland (HDC) Indiana (NAF) UC Santa Barbara (MF) Cal State Fullerton (NAF) California (MF) UC Santa Barbara (MF) San Diego State (ECC) Cal State LA (SF) Seattle University (MF) Notre Dame (SF) Stanford (MF) California (MF) Indiana (NAF) Washington (NAF) Santa Clara (NAF) California (MF) Fresno State (MF) Oregon State (MF) Brown (SF)

Att. 3,466 3,345 3,214 3,155 2,965 2,962 2,815 2,458 2,418 2,373 2,350 2,341 2,324 2,310 2,297 2,262 2,254 2,105 2,104 2,064 1,928

Marshall Field Records Team Most goals .............................................................................................7, UCLA vs.Penn State, 12-7-02 ...................................................................................................... 7, UCLA vs. San Diego State, 9-29-02 Most assists ..........................................................................................8, UCLA vs.Penn State, 12-7-02 Most shots ............................................................................. 25, UCLA vs. South Carolina, 10-28-01 Most saves............................................................................... 15, South Carolina vs. UCLA, 10-28-01 Longest winning streak .................................................................................14, 11-27-02 to 11-30-03 Biggest margin of victory ........................................................ 7, UCLA vs. San Diego State, 9-29-02 Individual Most goals ................................................................................3, Chandler Hoffman (UCLA), 9-16-11 .............................................................................................................3,Victor Chavez (UCLA), 10-3-10 ................................................................................................................. 3, Matt Taylor (UCLA), 12-7-02 ...................................................................................................................3, Tim Pierce (UCLA), 9-29-02 ...............................................................................................3, McKinley Tennyson Jr. (UCLA), 9-17-00 Most assists ............................................................................. 3, Adolfo Gregorio (UCLA), 10-17-03 ............................................................................................................ 3, Cliff McKinley (UCLA), 12-7-02 Most saves ........................................................ 15, Michael Bachmeyer (South Carolina), 10-28-01 Most shots ....................................................................... 9, McKinley Tennyson Jr. (UCLA), 11-12-00 ...............................................................................................9, McKinley Tennyson Jr. (UCLA), 9-17-00 Fastest goal ....................................................................................... 0:16, Tim Pierce (UCLA), 9-29-02

UCLA at Marshall Field Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

W 6 6 9 11 8 7 7 5 6 8 9 8 90

L 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 15

T 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 4 2 0 0 14

UCLA at Spaulding Field Pct. .857 .722 .864 .917 .800 .833 .773 .750 .667 .900 .900 .800 .816

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Totals

W 1 2 3 3 4 11 3 1 2 30

L 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 .800 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000 .909

UCLA is 61-7-5 (.870) at North Athletic Field, 28-1-0 (.966) at El Camino College and 1-1-0 (.500) at The Home Depot Center since 1989.

MF - Marshall Field, NAF - North Athletic Field, SF Spauldiing Field, ECC - El Camino College, HDC - Home Depot Center * since 1990

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Administrator Biographies Dr. Gene Block

Chancellor • Stanford ’70 • 6th Year Dr. Gene Block became chancellor of UCLA in summer 2007, taking the helm of a world-class institution comprising 37,000 students and 27,000 faculty and staff, with an annual budget of $3.6 billion. As chief executive officer, he oversees all aspects of the university’s three-part mission of education, research and service. Previously, Dr. Block served as vice president and provost of the University of Virginia, where he also held the Alumni Council Thomas Jefferson Professorship in Biology.With academic expertise in biological clocks, he conducts research on the neurobiology of circadian rhythms in higher organisms, leading a research lab funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). From 1991 to 2002, he directed the National Science Foundation’s Science and Technology Center for Biological Timing. In 1997, he was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has invented a number of devices and holds a patent for a non-contact respiratory monitor for the prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Dr. Block joined the faculty of the University of Virginia in 1978 as an assistant professor of biology. He served as vice provost for research from 1993 to 1998 and then as vice president for research and public service until his appointment as vice president and provost in 2001. He also headed an NIH graduate training program aimed at increasing the number of scientists from underrepresented groups. In 1998, he received the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Outstanding Public Service Award for his work with Virginia’s business community. A native of Monticello, NY, Dr. Block holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University and a master’s and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oregon. He also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford, working with the late Colin Pittendrigh, “the father of biological timing” and distinguished biologist and former Stanford President, Donald Kennedy. Dr. Block and his wife, Carol, have two adult children.

Key Athletic Department Staff

Don Morrison Faculty Athletic Rep

Dan Guerrero

Athletic Director • UCLA ’74 • 11th Year

On April 25, 2002, Daniel G. Guerrero was named UCLA’s eighth Director of Athletics. A former Bruin baseball player, Guerrero, who assumed his duties on July 1, 2002, has enjoyed great success and exudes the pride of a student-athlete who is in charge of the program at his alma mater. Guerrero is one of the most respected administrators in all of intercollegiate athletics. He is the current president of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and serves on numerous conference and national committees. He currently is a member of the Pac-12 Nominating Committee, the Pac-12 Athletic Directors Revenue Sharing Committee, the Pac-12 Bowls Committee, the Pac-12 Basketball Tournament Committee. In addition, Guerrero is a member of the Rose Bowl Management Committee and is the Pac-12 Athletic Director’s Liaison to the Men’s Basketball Coaches. He also is a member of the BCS Athletic Directors Administrative Group and an NCAA search committee member for NCAA’s vice president of men’s basketball championships. In Guerrero’s 10 years as Athletic Director, he has clearly established a pattern of “image and substance” that few in his profession can match. UCLA stands as the No. 1 University in the nation for NCAA team championships (108) won, a number that continues to grow under his direction. In that 10-year period, UCLA teams have won 22 NCAA team titles (the highest total in the nation in that span) in 12 different sports, finished second 19 times and have had an additional 41 Top Five finishes (79 total). A staggering 191 teams (of 229 possible) have qualified for NCAA post-season competition and the football team has appeared in eight bowl games. The program has also won 51 conference championships in 15 different sports, produced over 515 All-Americans and featured four Honda Award winners, including the 2003-04 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Under Guerrero’s leadership, UCLA continues to remain one of the premier broad-based intercollegiate athletic programs in the country. In the last 10 years, UCLA has finished second three times (2007-08, 2006-07 and 2005-06), third three times (2011-12, 2004-05 and 2003-04), fourth (2009-10), sixth (2002-03), 11th (2010-11) and 16th (2008-09) in the race for the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. This past year, in NCAA action, UCLA captured its 108th NCAA crown in women’s volleyball, placed second in men’s water polo and women’s tennis, third in women’s water polo and women’s gymnastics, tied for third in men’s soccer and men’s tennis,tied for fifth in baseball and men’s golf and placed eighth in women’s golf. UCLA also brought home four conference championships. Guerrero came to UCLA in 2002 from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s fifth Director of Athletics for 10 years. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, he was the Athletic Director for five years at Cal State Dominguez Hills. He received his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1974 and played second base in the Bruin baseball program for four years. Guerrero, born on November 10, 1951 in Tucson, AZ, was raised in Wilmington, CA. He is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello and they have two grown daughters: Jenna and Katie.

Michael Sondheimer Asso. A.D., Academic Admissions Srvcs.

Paul Brown Event Management

Ken Weiner

Senior Associate Athletic Director • UCLA ’78 • 19th Year Ken Weiner enters his 19th year as Senior Associate Athletic Director-Business Operations at UCLA and his 33rd year overall with the university. His duties include the administration and supervision of five Bruin sport programs - men’s and women’s soccer, women’s swimming and diving, and men’s and women’s water polo. During his tenure at UCLA Athletics, his sports have garnered 14 national championships and numerous conference championship titles. He also oversees new business, project development and capital improvements for the athletic department. Weiner spearheaded the negotiations that resulted in a 20-year agreement between UCLA and the Rose Bowl, including much-needed facilities improvements for the football program. He is currently acting as owner’s representative for the press box and stadium upgrades that are due to complete by 2013. In addition, he supervises the athletic facilities division, the operations of UCLA’s sports practice and competition venues, game and event operations, department and team travel and UCLA Camps, Clinics and Championships. Weiner is responsible for major capital improvements for Athletics. Projects include the renovation of the J.D. Morgan Intercollegiate Athletics Center, the Acosta Student Athlete Training Center and Knapp Football Center, the new Hall of Fame, the Jackie Robinson baseball and Easton softball clubhouse construction and stadium renovations, the Drake Track/Marshall Field renovation, a new golf practice facility, the North soccer field construction, the new Spieker Aquatic Center which opened in the fall of 2009, and the Pauley Pavilion renovation project, which is due to be completed this Fall. Future projects include Easton Softball Stadium improvements, Drake Stadium upgrades, and construction of a new Academic Studies Center. Weiner participates on a number of campus steering committees on behalf of Athletics, including the Campus Facilities Coordination, Campus Project Review and the Alumni Advisory Board. Weiner is a member of NACDA and IAAM. He has served on various committees for the NCAA and was previously the chairman of the Men’s Water Polo Committee. He is currently serving on the NCAA Men’s Soccer Committee. Prior to his appointment at UCLA Athletics,Weiner co-founded and served as Associate Director of the UCLA Central Ticket Office and continues to serve as the liaison between the Athletic Department and the CTO. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from UCLA. He graduated with honors and was bestowed a Chancellor’s Marshall award for service to the university. He and his wife, Caren, have two adult children, Nicole and Kevin.

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2012 UCLA Men's Soccer

Kevin Chen Academic Advisor

Leah Waller Administrative Assistant


Media Information UCLA’s Primary Media Outlets Newspapers Los Angeles Times 202 West First St. Los Angeles, CA 90012 (p)213-237-7145 (f)213-237-7876 latimes.com Orange County Register 625 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92711 (p)714-796-7817 (f)714-565-6765 ocregister.com Los Angeles Daily News 21860 Burbank Blvd., Ste. 200 Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (p)818-713-3600 (f)818-713-3436 dailynews.com Riverside Press-Enterprise 3450 14th St. Riverside, CA 92501 (p)951-368-9533 (f)951-368-9029 pe.com South Bay Daily Breeze 5215 Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90509 (p)310-540-4201 (f)310-540-3067 dailybreeze.com Long Beach Press-Telegram 604 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90844 (p)562-499-1338 (f)562-437-8914 ptconnect.com

Pasadena Star-News/ San Gabriel Valley Tribune 1210 N. Azusa Canyon Rd. West Covina, CA 91790 (p)626-962-8811 (f)626-856-2758 pasadenastarnews.com sgvtribune.com Ventura County Star 550 Camarillo Center Dr. Camarillo, CA 93010 (p)805-437-0277 (f)805-482-6167 venturacountystar.com UCLA Daily Bruin 308 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 (p)310-825-2095 (f)310-206-0906 dailybruin.com National Newspapers Associated Press 221 So. Figueroa, Suite 300 Los Angeles, CA 90012 (p)213-626-1200 (f)213-346-0200 ap.org USA Today 10866 Wilshire Blvd. #890 Los Angeles, CA 90024 (p)310-882-2400 (f)310-882-1901 usatoday.com Soccer Publications Soccer America PO Box 23704 Oakland, CA 94623 (p)510-528-5000 (f)510-528-5177 socceramerica.com

Soccer On The Web nscaa.com socceramerica.com soccertimes.com collegesoccernews.com goal.com lasoccernews.com ussoccer.com mlssoccer.com topdrawersoccer.com

FSN Prime Ticket 1150 South Olive, Suite 350 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (p)213-743-7800 (f)213-763-4633

Television Stations

AM 570 KLAC 3400 W. Olive Ave. #550 Burbank, CA 91505 (p)818-559-2252 (f)818-729-2511

CBS2 (Ch. 2) KCAL (Ch. 9) 4200 Radford Ave. Studio City, CA 91604 (p)818-655-2400 NBC4 (Ch. 4) 3000 W. Alameda Ave. Burbank, CA 91523 (p)818-840-4237 (f)818-840-3076 KABC (Ch. 7) 500 Circle Seven Dr. Glendale, CA 91201 (p)818-863-7677 (f)818-863-7889

ESPN ESPN Plaza Bristol, CT 06010 (p)860-766-2000 Radio Stations

UCLA Radio Network c/o Michael Sondheimer J.D. Morgan Center 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 (p)310-825-8699 (f)310-825-6732 uclabruins.com

KTLA (Ch. 5) 5800 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 (p)323-460-5907 (f)323-460-5333

Press Credentials Media and photography credentials for UCLA home games may be obtained by working press only by writing or calling Mike Leary at the UCLA Sports Information Office, PO Box 24044, Los Angeles, CA 90024, (310) 206-7873. All requests should be submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Press credentials can be picked up at the main entrance gate at the top level. Photo credentials can be picked up at the field-level entrance. Photography Television and photo credentials entitle video and still photographers to shoot from the endlines. No photographers will be permitted to shoot near the team area. Photographers can shoot from the stands provided they do not interfere with fans’ views. Visiting Radio Lines There is one phone line available in the upper press area for visiting radio.To use the line to dial out, you will need to call a toll free number or use a calling card. Drake Stadium Drake Stadium is located on the campus of UCLA. From LosAngeles InternationalAirport,take Century Blvd.east to the San Diego Freeway (405) and head north. Exit at Sunset Blvd. and head east. Turn right on Westwood Plaza to the parking kiosk. Parking is available for $11 in Lot 4 or Lot 7, which are underneath the North Athletic Field and the Intramural Field. Drake Stadium is just west of the Intramural Field. North Athletic Field The North Athletic Field, where the Bruins train, is located on the campus of UCLA, just east of Drake Stadium. From Los Angeles International Airport, take Century Blvd. east to the San Diego Freeway (405) and head north. Exit at Sunset Blvd. and head east.Turn right on Westwood Plaza to the parking kiosk. Parking is available for $11 in Lot 4, which is underneath the North Athletic Field.

KTTV (Ch. 11) KCOP (Ch. 13) 1999 S. Bundy Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90025 (p)310-584-2030 (f)310-584-2450

Interview Policies All interviews must be arranged by the Sports Information Office. Players have been instructed not to grant any interview, in person or by telephone, not arranged by the Sports Information Office. Player telephone numbers are private and will not be released. Please do not expect players to be available if you have not made prior arrangements.

Men’s Soccer Support Staff

Interview Availability The UCLA team is scheduled to practice on weekdays from 11 am-1 pm at the North Athletic Field. Players and coaches are generally available after practice, class schedules permitting. Please contact the Sports Information office ahead of time for practice information and arrangements for field access.

Tandi Hawkey Staff Athletic Trainer

Rachel Grushkin Marketing

Sean Markus Equipment Room

John Ramey UCLA Radio Network

Jon Fussell Athletic Performance Coach

Allison Taylor UCLA Radio Network

Mike Leary Sports Information

Postgame Interviews Postgame interviews of players and coaches at home games shall take place on the field.All interviews should be requested through UCLA Sports Information staff. Travel Information For security purposes, the UCLA Sports Information Office does not release to the general public any travel information for UCLA athletic teams. If you would like to reach a member of the UCLA soccer team on the road, please contact the Sports Information Office. Live Coverage The UCLA Radio Network will broadcast all regular season and postseason home matches in 2012. The live audio can be accessed via UCLA’s Official Website, uclabruins.com. Please check the website for dates and times.Calling the action for the games will be John Ramey and Allison Taylor. UCLABruins.com will also offer live statistics for home matches.

1985 • 1990 • 1997 • 2002 NCAA Champions

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Nation’s #1 Overall College Experience 10 SIGNIFICANT REASONS TO ATTEND UCLA 1. #1 in NCAA Titles (108) 1st ever to reach the 100 title milestone; 22 NCAA Titles in the last 10 years (#1 nationally) since Dan Guerrero became UCLA Athletic Director; #1 in Olympians and Olympic Gold Medals from 1984-2012; leader in producing professional athletes; nation’s finest overall combined academic, athletic and career resources for student-athletes; the best is possible at UCLA!

2. Prestigious Academic Degree / A National Leader in Producing Top Students Ranked in the top ten among universities in most academic surveys; professional schools ranked among top five in most areas and top ten in others; #1 in the nation for undergraduate student applications every year since 1999; among all-time leaders in producing NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners; #1 in Kaplan Report survey of student resources for the college experience.

3. Highest Quality of Life/Best Place to Live Best in West and #2 overall public university in ‘Princeton Review’ in on-campus housing options and dorm food; 334 sunshine days a year; average year-round temperature of 74 degrees; 5 miles from the beach; thriving campus community of Westwood Village as part of UCLA; surrounded by Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Century City, Brentwood, and Santa Monica.

4. World Class Facilities Remodeled historic Pauley Pavilion; the Rose Bowl (SI’s #1 venue of all college sites); Los Angeles Tennis Center; Drake Stadium for track & soccer; Jackie Robinson Stadium; Easton Stadium; Spieker Aquatics Center; Sunset Canyon Recreation Center; numerous championship golf courses; on-campus golf practice facility; Acosta Athletic Training Complex for the best in sports medicine, athletic performance, and finest training equipment.

5. Legendary Coaching, Tremendous Sport Stability, Consistently Training Winners UCLA has Olympic, National and USA Team coaches on its staff and individuals who have trained at the highest level and know how to win! No university can match UCLA’s coaching stability in that only two Bruin head coaches have left for another Division I head coaching position over the past 40 years.

Web Site: UCLABruins.com

6. Exceptional Academic Support for All Student-Athletes 17 full-time staff working in academic and student services. This includes academic counseling, learning specialist, life skills coordinator, priority pre-enrollment in classes, academic mentors, individual and group tutoring, academic awards banquet, lecture notes, laptop lending program and career guidance.

7. Your Future at the Highest Level USA’s #1 Career Center for full-time, part-time or internship positions; average personal income for a UCLA graduate is $77,500; average home value for UCLA grads is over $500,000; Bruin Works program for Networking; the UCLA degree means success across the world!

8. Complete National Sports Media Coverage/ L.A. is the Place/Pac-12 Network Begins More overall national, regional and local television team exposure than any other college in the nation; numerous daily newspapers; #1 in former student-athletes and students in sportscasting, news broadcasting, sports writing, acting, etc. to act as contacts for current athletes; #1 in Sports Illustrated cover appearances; Major media outlets like ESPN, Fox Sports and USA Today have offices in L.A.

9. Nation’s #1 Tradition of Athletic Excellence With Historic Long-Term Success Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Troy Aikman, Arthur Ashe, Lauren Cheney, Jimmy Connors, Lisa Fernandez, Troy Glaus, Natalie Golda, Rafer Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Karch Kiraly, Liz Masakayan, Ann Meyers, Jonathan Ogden, Corey Pavin, Jackie Robinson, Al Scates, Sharon Shapiro, Chase Utley, Bill Walton, and John Wooden are just a few of the most significant people that have attended/coached at UCLA. UCLA is the #1 school world-wide in name recognition.

10. UCLA Intangibles/Best College Location UCLA’s overall success combining prestigious academics, top athletic finishes and tremendous social life cannot be matched by any other university. UCLA has great resources available on a daily basis for our student-athletes to be the best in any area they select. UCLA’s axiom is Champions Made Here!

Facebook: facebook.com/uclaathletics

Twitter: twitter.com/UCLAAthletics


UCLA Top National, International Sports Power NCAA Division I Team Championships by School (Through Spring 2012) School

Men

Women

Total

1.

UCLA

71

37

108

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 10.

Stanford USC Oklahoma St. LSU Arkansas Texas Penn State No. Carolina Michigan

61 81 50 17 41 19 31 10 31

42 14 0 26 0 22 10 28 2

103 95 50 43 41 41 41 38 33

Top Countries in Olympic Gold Medals (1984-2012) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

USA USSR/Russia China Germany UCLA Athletes South Korea Italy

UCLA’s Hall of Champions includes NCAA titles in 17 different sports among its nation-leading 108 total. Since Dan Guerrero became Athletic Director in 2002-03, UCLA has won a nationleading 22 NCAA crowns over the past 10 years.

UCLA #1 for Overall Program Awards (men began in 1971; women in 1977; combined in 1993; NACDA in 1994) School

#1 Titles

1. UCLA

UCLA’s Previous National Finishes in Overall Athletic Program Surveys FIRST PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1973, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92 Women: 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91

1. 3. 4. 5.

SECOND PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1971, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82 Women: 1977. 83, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93 OTHER PLACES: Men: 4th 84; 3rd 85; 6th 90; 10th 91; 5th 93 COMBINED FINISHES: First: 1993 Second: 1996, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008 Third: 1994, 1995, 1997, 2004, 2005, 2012 Fourth: 1998, 2010 Fifth: 1999, 2002 Sixth: 2003

2 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

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Stanford 22 Texas 8 USC 6 No. Carolina, 1 Michigan, Arkansas, Arizona St.

NCAA Titles Since 2002-03 School

#1 Titles Won

1. UCLA

22

1. Stanford

22

3. USC

18

4. Penn State

12

5. Auburn

11

6. North Carolina

10

NACDA Director’s Cup Athletic Program Overall Rankings (1994-2012) (Schools ranked in the top 6 of the athletic poll) School

Years Ranked Top 6 Nationally

1. Stanford

19

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9. 9.

17 15 12 11 8 5 5 3 3 3

UCLA Florida Michigan No. Carolina Texas Arizona Ohio State Georgia USC Virginia

Only 5 schools have been ranked in the top 20 every year of the survey - UCLA, Stanford, Florida, North Carolina and Texas. Only 24 schools have made the top ten lifetime. Beside those listed, the others are Arizona State, California, Duke, Florida State, LSU, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Washington.


2011 Women’s Volleyball

WOMEN’S Additional Titles: Golf – 1971; Crew – 1974; Volleyball – 1972, 1974, 1975; Track & Field – 1975, 1977; Badminton – 1977; Basketball – 1978; Softball – 1978; Tennis – 1981; Water Polo – 1996; 1997; 1998; 2000;

2011 Women’s Golf

3 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA: Simply The Best Overall University UCLA ‘Healthiest’ College in USA

UCLA Historic Accomplishment

UCLA was selected as the #1 ‘Healthiest’ College in the USA by ‘Greatist’, which specializes in Fitness, Health, and Happiness. UCLA creates “the best college environment for leading a fit, healthy, and happy life.”

UCLA is the only school with a No. 1 overall pick in the MLB (baseball), NFL (football), NBA (basketball) and MLS (soccer) drafts.

UCLA ‘Most Interesting College’

Sports Illustrated on Campus’ said, “UCLA has the most complete athletic program in the country.”

The Kaplan Publication on ‘Most Interesting Colleges’, has UCLA #1 overall blending their 6 categories of Academic Facilities, Freshman Housing, Career Services, Highest Academic Standards, Hot & Trendy Universities and Best Value.

UCLA #9 overall and #6 in USA in Global Prestige

UCLA #1 Hospital in West Since 1989

UCLA was ranked #9 overall and #6 in the USA in ‘Global Prestige’ according to the ‘London Times Higher Education.’

UCLA was ranked #5 overall and again #1 in the West (every year since 1989) by U.S. News. The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which opened in 2008, is a one million square foot facility. It has been labeled as ‘the hospital of the future.’

UCLA ‘Most Complete’ Athletic Program

‘Dream College’ for Parents & Students The 2012 Princeton Review survey of parents and future college students had UCLA ranked #6 nationally by parents and #6 by students as their ‘Dream College’ to attend. UCLA was the only public university in the top 10.

UCLA ‘Most Popular’ College for Applications UCLA continues as the ‘Most Popular’ college for students to apply for admission in the 21st century. UCLA annually receives over 70,000 applications for 5,000 admission spots. It has been that way every year since 1999.

UCLA in FB-BB Titles; Heisman-Wooden; Honda Awards UCLA is one of seven Division I colleges to ever win a football and basketball national championship; UCLA is one of six colleges to ever win a Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in Basketball; UCLA is #1 all-time with 4 Honda Female Athlete of the Year awards.

‘Public Good’ and ‘Eco-Friendly’ National Leader

Newsweek ’08 College Guide: UCLA is selected as the ‘Hottest University’ to attend in the major college category.

‘Washington Monthly’ Magazine for 2011 rated UCLA #2 (#1 in Division I) nationally among colleges in its contributions to the nation’s ‘Public Good’ through Service, Social Mobility, and Research. The Sierra Club’s 2010 list of top colleges committed to advancing sustainability on their campuses had UCLA #9 overall in having an ‘eco-friendly’ environment.

UCLA One of 25 ‘New Ivies’

UCLA ‘Coolest’ School to Experience

A 2006 ‘Newsweek’ article on the 25 ‘New Ivies’ said: “The nation’s elite colleges include more than the top Ivies. A range of schools are getting fresh bragging rights like UCLA.”

Seventeen Magazine ranked UCLA as one of the ’10 coolest schools’ where you can get the best college experience. The criteria included professor’s involvement, great shopping, campus safety and parties.

UCLA ‘Hottest University’ to Attend

UCLA Campus Receives Most Media Attention Scenic parts of the UCLA campus are utilized for more movies, television shows, and commercials than any other college. The UCLA name appears daily in more publications than any other school according to Newswatch Magazine.

4 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

UCLA Has #1 Career Center Business Week magazine has ranked the UCLA Career Center as #1 in the nation when blending opportunities for students for internships, parttime work, full-time jobs, and other needed services to prepare a person for today’s job market.


5 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA: A Prestigious & Influential University UCLA ranks as one of the Top Ten Universities according

to the American Council of Education and Gourman Report of national educational ratings.

UCLA Ranks in the Top Ten Academic Departments among all American Universities j j j j j j j j j j

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Anthropology Applied Science Art & Design Asian Studies Bacteriology/Microbiology Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Economics/Business Engineering/ Computer Science French Geography Geology German

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Linguistics Music Philosophy Physiology Physiological Science Pre-Business Education Pre-Education Field Pre-Legal Education Pre-Medical Education Psychology Sociology Spanish Theater Arts/ Communications

***UCLA is the #9 overall ranked world university and the #2 public university in ‘Global Prestige’ according to the 2012 ‘London Times’

Kaplan Survey of 320 Most Interesting Colleges (Based on academic facilities, housing, career services, value, highest academic standards & being trendy)

1. UCLA* 2. Stanford 3. Texas A & M 4. Texas 5. Penn State *UCLA was the only institution ranked in the top 15 in all six categories

“Leading Universities” in terms of influence, according to CHANGE Magazine • • • • • • • • •

UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University MIT Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University

UCLA Ranked among Top Ten Professional Schools—Cartier Report (alphabetical order after UCLA) BUSINESS SCHOOLS UCLA Carnegie–Mellon University Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University MIT Northwestern University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley

MEDICINE UCLA Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University Illinois University Johns Hopkins University Michigan University Stanford University UC Berkeley Yale University

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

LAW SCHOOLS UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University Yale University

QUALITY INSTITUTIONS UCLA Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University Michigan University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

CURRICULUM UCLA Chicago University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

6 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA-NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67)

Andrea Remynse Tennis, 2011

Alaizah Koorji Rowing, 2011

Kyle Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

Chris Joseph Football, 2008

Drew Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67) Football (17) 1966-67 Ray Armstrong* 1966-67 Dallas Grider 1969-70 Greg Jones 1973-74 Steve Klosterman 1975-76 John Sciarra 1976-77 Jeff Dankworth 1977-78 John Fowler 1982-83 Cormac Carney 1983-84 Rick Neuheisel 1985-86 Mike Hartmeier 1989-90 Rick Meyer 1992-93 Carlton Gray 1995-96 George Kase 1998-99 Chris Sailer Shawn Stuart 1999-00 Danny Farmer 2007-08 Chris Joseph

Men’s Basketball (5) 1968-69 Kenny Heitz 1970-71 Terry Schofield 1979-80 Kiki Vandeweghe 1992-93 Richard Petruska 1994-95 George Zidek*

Men’s Gymnastics (1) 1991-92 Scott Keswick

Men’s Track and Field (5) 1977-78 Willie Banks 1994-95 John Godina 1997-98 Josh Johnson 2008-09 Drew & Kyle Shackleton

Men’s Soccer (1) 1997-98 Josh Keller

Men’s Swimming (8) 1975-76 Tim McDonnell 1978-79 Dan Stephenson 1984-85 Bruce Hayes 1984-85 Pat Thomas 1985-86 Steve Martz 1986-87 Brian Jones 1991-92 Andrea Cecchi 1992-93 David Fleck (diving) Men’s Tennis (1) 1995-96 Srdjan Muskatirovic

Capital One All-American Hall of Fame (8) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009 2011

Donn Moomaw, FB Jamaal Wilkes, BB Bill Walton, BB Coach John Wooden, BB John Fowler, BB Cormac Carney, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Julie Bremner-Romias, VB

NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (8) 1978 1981 1994 1999 2003 2008 2010

Rev. Donn Moomaw, Football ‘53 Willie Naulls, Basketball ‘56 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Basketball ‘69 Bill Walton, Basketball ‘74 Ann Meyers, Basketball ‘78 Dot Richardson, Softball, ’82 Cormac Carney, Football, ’82 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, BB-Track, ‘85

Men’s Volleyball (4) 1970-71 Ed Machado 1981-82 Karch Kiraly 1986-87 Asbjorn Volstad 1996-97 Trong Nguyen* Men’s Water Polo (4) 1982-83 Brian Black 1995-96 Thomas Wong 1999-00 Parsa Bonderson 2000-01 Sean Kern Women’s Basketball (1) 1985-86 Anne Dean Women’s Golf (1) 1985-86 Kay Cockerill Women’s Gymnastics (4) 1989-90 Jill Andrews 2002-03 Kristin Parker 2002-03 Onnie Willis 2005-06 Kate Richardson Women’s Rowing (1) 2010-11 Alaizah Koorji

Softball (2) 1992-93 Lisa Fernandez 1994-95 Jennifer Brundage Women’s Swimming (5) 1995-96 Annette Salmeen 1999-00 Keiko Price 2000-01 Brigid Dwyer 2001-02 Katie Younglove 2003-04 Kristen Lewis Women’s Tennis (2) 1983-84 Karen Dewis 2010-11 Andrea Remynse Women’s Track and Field (3) 1996-97 Amy Acuff 1997-98 Nada Kawar 2006-07 Jacqueline Nguyen Women’s Volleyball (2) 1993-94 Julie Bremner 2000-01 Elisabeth Bachman *Alternate Selections

Rhodes Scholarships (5)

NCAA Top Eight Award (14)

1925 1962 1969 1996 2008

1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2001-02 2003-04 2006-07

John Olmsted, Tennis William Zeltonoga, Wrestling Harold Griffin, Football Annette Salmeen, Swimming Chris Joseph, Football

NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award (4) 1977 1984 1996 2003

Tom Bradley, Former LA Mayor Rafer Johnson, Calif. Special Olympics John Wooden, Former UCLA BB Coach Donna de Varona, Commission on Title IX

7 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

John Sciarra, FB Jeff Dankworth, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Cormac Carney, FB Carnell Lake, FB Jill Andrews, GYM Carlton Gray, FB Scott Keswick, GYM Lisa Fernandez, SB Julie Bremner, VB Annette Salmeen, SW Stacey Nuveman, SB Onnie Willis, GYM Kate Richardson, GYM


UCLA Undergraduate Majors and Minors

8 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA’s Most Popular Academic Majors

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The Bruin Student-Athlete Development Program strives to enhance the student-athlete experience within the University setting by coordinating educational programs that address personal growth, leadership, professional development, and community service. Our goal is to assist student-athletes with their transition to college, provide opportunities to enhance their college experience, support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle, and prepare student-athletes to be champions in life. Bruins in the Community Bruin student-athletes have the opportunity to participate in community outreach activities on campus and throughout the Los Angeles area. Examples of these events include: • Dribble for the Cure • Weekly visits to Mattel Children’s Hospital •Prime Time Games: Championship Saturday • UCLA Lab School Jog-A-Thon • ‘I’m Going to College’ Program • Adopt a Classroom • Bruin for a Day • Sports clinics • Elementary school activities and reading days These opportunities give student-athletes the chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

WOODEN ACADEMY: Teamwork, Leadership & Character The Wooden Academy is a leadership development program designed to educate and support Bruin student-athlete leaders. The program was named after legendary Coach John Wooden, and strives to teach the principles of his Pyramid of Success. We believe that these skills will assist studentathletes in their pursuit to be successful leaders and teammates at UCLA, and as they prepare to be champions in life. Student-athletes have the opportunity to participate in the Wooden Academy each year by attending seminars to learn practical leadership lessons from coaches, administrators and Bruin alumni. • Leadership Development Program (LDP): The LDP is designed to teach freshmen and transfers the skills they need to lead themselves and effectively work with others. Our goal is to create a strong network of future Bruin leaders. • Wooden Academy Seminars: These seminars are offered to all student-athletes and address leadership, personal and professional development topics that are relevant to the student-athlete experience.

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The Best On-Campus Housing Options; plus Great Food UCLA On-Campus Housing Options: All include up to 19 meals a week between 7 am and 2 am and student-athletes are guaranteed priority housing all 4 years if they desire A. Classic Residence Halls (Dykstra, Sproul, Rieber, and Hedrick as traditional high-rises) 1. Have separate showers for men and women, community bathrooms, study lounges, and laundry facilities on each floor B. Deluxe New Residence Halls – De Neve Gardenia and De Neve Holly) 1. Separate community showers and bathrooms for men and women, air conditioning, lounges on each floor, central laundry room, multi-purpose rooms, and game rooms on first floor

Scholarship student-athletes are guaranteed a two person dorm room for as long as they want to stay on campus

C. Residential Plazas (Sunset Village, De Neve, Hedrick Summit, Rieber Terrace and Rieber Vista) 1. Single/double/triple rooms with two shared bathrooms, air conditioning, study space, lounges, laundry D. Residential Suites (Hitch, Saxon) 1. Furnished two-bedrooms with own entrance, living room, shared bathroom. Each has its own laundry room and sundeck/recreation area

Standard On-Campus Housing Amenities: • Basic Cable Television • High Speed Internet • Student Technological Center • Overnight Shipping and Full Copying Services • Recreation/Game Rooms • Free access to basketball, volleyball, pools, tennis • Early morning/late night restaurants • ‘To-Go’ Meals • Bruin Card Charge Services • Weekly Maid Services

Numerous amenities are available for student-athletes, including dorm placement, roommate selection and free cable TV

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Student-athletes live in both high rise dorms and apartment-style suites


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The UCLA campus is home to numerous first class facilities for student-athletes of all sports. • Spaulding Field — practice home for the Bruin football team, features SPRINTURF field, along with one natural grass field • Acosta Center — houses locker rooms, the Athletic Performance Center and Sports Medicine Center • Spieker Aquatics Center — opened in the Fall of 2009, this state-of-the-art aquatics center is the home to the water polo and swimming and diving teams • Easton Stadium — houses the 11-time NCAA Championship softball team • Los Angeles Tennis Complex — home to Bruin tennis teams • Drake Stadium & Marshall Field — home to the nationally-ranked soccer and track and field teams • Rose Gilbert Learning Center — located in the J.D. Morgan Center, has 24 computers and numerous printers for all of the academic needs of student-athletes • Jackie Robinson Stadium — home to the Bruin baseball team and was recently renovated with new batting areas and playing surface • Gifford Golf Facility — A 3,000 square-foot bermuda bentgrass putting green, greenside/fairway bunker, and a 3,000 square foot tee-box to hit balls onto the field for the golf teams to use. • Pauley Pavilion — home to the Bruin basketball, gymnastics and volleyball teams

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UCLA: The #1 Tradition in College Sports

Top Row (L to R) – Reggie Miller, basketball; Troy Aikman, football; Jimmy Connors, tennis; Cobi Jones, soccer; Amy Acuff, track & field. Second Row (L to R) – Troy Glaus, baseball; Liz Masakayan, volleyball; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball; Florence Griffith-Joyner, track & field; Karch Kiraly, volleyball.

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Third Row (L to R) – Jackie Robinson, football, baseball, track & field and basketball; Lisa Fernandez, softball; Arthur Ashe, tennis; Bill Walton, basketball; Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track & field. Bottom Row (L to R) – Kim Hamilton, gymnastics; John Godina, track & field; Dot Richardson, softball; Denise Curry, basketball; Ken Norton, football.


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UCLA Student-Athletes Have Job Market Success Name, Sport

Cormac Carney, Football U.S. District Court Judge

Position

Gary Beban, Football

Sr. Exec. Dir., CB Richard Ellis

Eric Biefeld, Soccer

Firefighter, La Habra, CA

Pete Blackman, Basketball

UCLA Vice-Chancellor

Bethany Bogart, Soccer

Lawyer, Los Angeles

Ato Boldon, Track & Field

Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Jamie Brown, Basketball

L.A. County Fire Captain

Cormac Carney, Football

US Dist. Court Judge (So. Calif)

Kay Cockerill, Golf

Golf Analyst, NBC-Golf Channel

Courteney Cosso, Soccer

Director, Bruin Varsity Club

Alex Decret, Tennis

Landscape Architect, Los Angeles

Roy Hamilton, Basketball; VP Production, Fox Sports

Maura Driscoll-Farden, Gymnastics Broadcaster Lifetime, USA Network

Ato Boldon, Track & Field Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Eric Lin, Tennis Medical Doctor

Anita Ortega, Basketball LAPD Captain

Joel Farkas, Golf

Chairman, JF Real Estate Dev.

Amanda Freed, Softball

Broadcaster, ESPN; Fox Sports West

Ryan Futagaki, Soccer

Sales Executive, LA Medical Corp.

Jen Gardner, Softball

Real Estate Attorney, No. Calif.

Roy Hamilton, Basketball

VP of Production, Fox Sports Net

Tim Harris, Soccer

Sr. VP of Business, Los Angeles Lakers

Melanie Hom, Soccer

Ophthalmologist, San Francisco

Tim Kelly, Volleyball

President, Bring It Promotions

Eric Lin, Tennis

Residency, UCLA Medical Center

Ryan McGuire, Baseball

UCLA MBA; Manager, Bus. Dev.

Bob Myers, Basketball

General Manager, Golden State Warriors

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics

Hollywood Stunt Woman, TV-Movies

Heath Montgomery, Tennis

Dentist, Santa Barbara, CA

Paul Nihipali, Volleyball

Movie Director, Video Producer

Anita Ortega, Basketball

Captain, Los Angeles Police Dept.

Doug Partie, Volleyball

President, A.B. Technical Systems

James Puffer, Water Polo

Exec. Dir. Amer. Family Practice, Louisville

Paula Rasmussen, Gymnastics

Pediatrician, Cedars-Sinai Med. Ctr.

Jill Ratner, Soccer

VP of Litigation, Fox Broadcasting

Mike Reider, Golf

Sr. VP/Manager, Union Bank of Calif.

Mary Ricks, Softball

President; Commercial Real Estate, Beverly Hills

Dr. Julie Romias, Volleyball

Doctor, Kaiser Inglewood

Tasha Schwikert, Gymnastics

Broadcaster, NBC Universal; Actress

LaRee Sugg, Golf

Senior Women’s Admin., Richmond Univ.

Stacy Sunny, Softball

Production Manager, Fox Sports Net

Necie Thompson, Basketball

FBI Agent, California

Kevin Walker, Basketball

UCLA MBA; GM Amer. Assoc Hockey

Jeff Williams, Volleyball

Sr. Acct. Executive, EMC Corp.

Chuck White, Golf

Voice-over Actor, Bus. Consultant

Dr. Bryan Wiley, Football

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Joel Wolfe, Baseball

Attorney, Sports Agent for WMG

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Tim Harris, Soccer Los Angeles Lakers VP

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics Movie Stuntwoman

Chuck White, Golf Voice-Over Actor


UCLA Alumni Span The World / Job Market A Key List of Significant UCLA Alumni Accomplishments Name

Significant Accomplishment

Former WNBA President; US Olympic Committee Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy, Actor in other major roles, “24” Catherine Bell Actress; movies and TV Show “Jag”, “Army Wives” Sara Bareilles Singer/Composer; 3-time Grammy Nominee for “Love Song,” & “King of Anything” Howard L. Berman Calif. Congressman in U.S. House of Rep. Jack Black Actor; “School of Rock”, “Nacho Libre” Gina Prince-Bythewood Wrote ‘Love & Basketball’, ‘Secret Life of Bees’ Ran track Brooke Burke TV Host; Winner ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Carol Burnett Actress, Emmy Award Winner Nancy Cartwright Voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons” Ted Chen Co-Anchor KNBC “Today in LA” Francis Ford Coppola 6 Academy Awards (The Godfather I, II, III) Marilyn McCoo Davis 7-time Grammy Award winner (Fifth Dimension) Brad Delson Lead Guitarist, ‘Linkin Park’; Multi-Grammy winner Giada DeLaurentis Food Network “Everyday Italian” Rick Dickert Skyfox, Fox-11 Meteorologist, Emmy Winner Brenda Ross Dulan Sr. VP Wells Fargo Bank; Nat. Spokesperson James Franco Academy Award Nominee; “127 Hours”, “Milk” Brad Garrett Won Emmy as Robert in “Everybody Loves Raymond;” 1st Star Search $100,000 winner Mariska Hargitay Actress: “Law & Order”; 2005 Golden Globe winner, Emmy nominee Mark Harmon Actor and Producer; CBS “Navy NCIS”; People Magazine “Man of the Year” Carrie Ann Inaba Choreographer; Judge on “Dancing w/the Stars” Heather Locklear Actress: “Dynasty,” “Melrose Place,” “Spin City” Josie Loren Actress: Kaylie Cruz in TV’s “Make It or Break It” Frank Marshall President of Kennedy-Marshall; helped produce “Indiana Jones” and “Back to the Future” series Megan McArthur Astronaut; Space Shuttle Atlantis Danica McKellar Actress: “The Wonder Years;” TV’s “West Wing;” Published for mathematics research Billy Mills 1st black graduate, UCLA Law School; 1st black elected to L.A. City Council: Superior Court Judge Michael Nash Presiding Judge, L.A. Juvenile Court Michael Ovitz Former CEO, Disney Corporation Kal Penn Obama advisor; actor ‘House’, ‘Harold and Kumar’ Tim Robbins Actor/Producer; 2003 Academy Award winner “Mystic River”; 2003 UCLA Alumnus of the Year Nobutada Saji CEO, Suntory, Ltd.; Int. Businessman Henry Samueli UCLA Samueli Engineering School; Owner 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks Darren Star Golden Globe, Emmy nominee as producer of HBO’s “Sex In The City;” Assisted “BH 90210” and “Melrose Place” Robert R. Takasugi Judge, U.S. District Court; 1st JapaneseAmerican appointed Fed. Court Judge Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the California Assembly Gabrielle Union Actress; “Bring It On”, “Breakin’ All the Rules”, “Daddy’s Little Girl”, “Meet Dave” Casey Wasserman President, Owner WMG, Businessman Jaleel White Actor: Urkel in “Family Matters”, Director Jane Yamamoto Newscaster-Field Reporter for Fox News-LA Zev Yaroslavsky Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District Val Ackerman Sean Astin

Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy

Francis Ford Coppola Six-time Academy Award winner (The Godfather I, II, III)

Carrie Ann Inaba Judge for “Dancing with the Stars’

Gabrielle Union Movie Actress “Bring It On”

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Kal Penn Obama Advisor, Actor

Mark Harmon Actor, Former Football Player People Mag. “Man of Year” Star of Navy NCIS

Heather Locklear Actress Melrose Place, Spin City

Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the Calif Assembly


UCLA Alumni Networks Cover The World UCLA Alumni in the United States (3% live in foreign countries)

UCLA Alumni Groups Exist World-Wide (www.UCLAlumni.net/FindBruins)

In California • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Los Angeles’ Westside Downtown Los Angeles LA-South Bay/Beach Cities Lake Arrowhead Area Orange County Greater Pasadena Palm Springs Inland Empire San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Sacramento San Diego County San Fernando Valley San Francisco/Bay Area Santa Clarita Ventura County Whittier

Outside California • • • • • • • •

Boston, MA Chicago, IL Honolulu, HI New York City Phoenix, AZ Portland, OR Seattle, WA Washington DC

International • • • • • • •

China Hong Kong Japan Korea Singapore Taiwan Thailand

The Portfolio of the Typical UCLA Graduate (almost 300,000 alumni were utilized for the figures below along with career center and local area housing statistics)

$77,500 $765,355 $522,500 92% 51% 68% 67% 65% 75%

Average yearly personal income Average investment portfolio value Average value of home ownership Own their own homes or condominiums Own other real estate properties Hold management/professional positions Have done postgraduate studies after UCLA Donate up to 10% of income to charity Have traveled outside U.S. in last 2 years

Where UCLA Graduates Live 45% Live in Los Angeles County 62% Live in Southern California 77% Live in the State of California 97% Live in the United States

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UCLA’s Community is Where Everybody Wants To Live Mulholland Drive (5 miles from UCLA)

Beaches / Pacific Ocean (5 miles from UCLA)

Hollywood / The Grove (10 miles from UCLA)

Santa Monica 10 Fwy (5 miles from UCLA) 1

Clint Eastwood

12 Dr. Phil McGraw

24 Jay Leno

2

Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes

13 Samuel L. Jackson

25 Charlie Sheen

3

Tom Hanks/Rita Wilson

14 Jack Nicholson

26 Antonio Banderas

4

Pete Sampras/ Bridgette Wilson

15 Ben Affleck/ Jennifer Garner

27 Billy Crystal

5

Sean Astin

16 Kirsten Dunst

29 Jackie Chan

6

Nicolas Cage

17 Al Pacino

30 Arnold Schwarzenegger

7

Courteney Cox/ David Arquette

18 Eddie Murphy

31 Michael Douglas/ Catherine Zeta-Jones

8

Warren Beatty/ Annette Bening

20 Harrison Ford/ Calista Flockhart

32 Whoopi Golberg

9

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

21 John Lithgow

10 Lionel Richie

34 Mark Harmon

22 Paris Hilton

11 Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie

35 David Beckham

23 Casey Wasserman

36. Reese Witherspoon

19 Halle Berry

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28 Jim Carrey

33 Lindsay Lohan

Adjacent Sites A Westwood Village, UCLA’s Mall B Bel Air Country Club C Beverly Center D Century City Mall E Santa Monica Promenade UCLA Sites aa Morgan Center bb Pauley Pavilion cc Drake Stadium dd LA Tennis Center ee Spieker Aquatics ff Easton Stadium gg Robinson Stadium

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer Media Guide  

2012 UCLA Men's Soccer Media Guide

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