UCLA women’s soccer announces 2020 spring schedule
NCAA College Cup participant UCLA has announced its 2020 spring women’s soccer schedule.
The Bruins will play seven games in the spring season, beginning with a Mar. 1 3pm matchup at Wallis Annenberg Stadium against Isaw, an all-star selection of professional soccer players, including UCLA alumna and NCAA Champion Caprice Dydasco.
The Bruins will play at home again on Mar. 7 at 3pm against LMU, reuniting with former assistant coach Jenny Bindon, who is now the Lions’ head coach. The LMU game is part of UCLA Soccer’s Alumni Weekend, which includes a soccer clinic for alumni children, an alumni scrimmage and an evening gathering with UCLA men’s and women’s soccer alumni. For more information and to RSVP for the alumni events, click here.
After spring break, the Bruins will resume play on Apr. 5 with a pair of games at Pepperdine. UCLA plays the host Waves at 11:30am, followed by a scrimmage against Cal State Fullerton at 12:45pm. The following week, UCLA will host Long Beach State at Wallis Annenberg Stadium on Apr. 11 at 3:30pm.
UCLA wraps up the spring season at UC Santa Barbara on Apr. 18 with games against Santa Clara at 1pm and UC Santa Barbara at 2:30pm.
The Bruins return six starters from last year’s NCAA College Cup squad, including leading scorer Mia Fishel, who totaled 14 goals and 31 points in 2019. Also back for head coach Amanda Cromwell‘s Bruins are three-year starters Karina Rodriguez, Delanie Sheehan and Viviana Villacorta.
2020 UCLA Soccer Spring Schedule
Sunday, Mar. 1 – 3pm – Isaw (Wallis Annenberg Stadium)
Saturday, Mar. 7 – 3 pm – LMU (Wallis Annenberg Stadium) – ALUMNI WEEKEND
Sunday, Apr. 5 – 11:30am – at Pepperdine; 12:45pm – vs. Cal State Fullerton (Malibu)
Saturday, Apr. 11 – 3:30pm – Long Beach State (Wallis Annenberg Stadium)
Saturday, Apr. 18 – 1pm – vs. Santa Clara; 2:30pm – at UC Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara)
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