No. 8 Bruins Rout No. 7 Huskies, 5-1

Oct. 17, 2004

Box Score

SEATTLE -- Bristyn Davis scored three second-half goals less than three minutes apart Sunday, leading the eighth-ranked UCLA women's soccer team to a 5-1 win over No. 7 Washington before a crowd of 2,176 at Husky Soccer Field.

Davis broke open a 2-1 game while increasing her season scoring total to 10 goals. Her scoring binge began just under four minutes into the second half when she found the goal from close range. Husky goalkeeper Kelsey Rasmussen deflected a point-blank shot by Crystal James, but the carom went right to Davis for the easy put back at 48:52.

The same two Bruins hooked up again at 50:40. James fed a pass to Davis who dribbled toward the goal before chipping an 18-yard shot over the on-rushing Rasmussen.

Davis completed the hat trick at 51:16, capping a long dribbling run with a 15-yard blast. Iris Mora was credited with an assist on the goal, her second of the game. Mora set up UCLA¹s first goal just 57 seconds into the game. Lindsay Greco finished the play with a 15-yard shot from a sharp left angle that carried into the upper right corner.

Mora netted the game¹s second goal that proved to be the game winner. She broke free with a through pass from Amy Fazio and was one-on-one with the goalkeeper when she sent a 20-yard shot into the back of the net.

Washington drew within 2-1 before halftime on a goal by senior midfielder Nikki Gamble at 35:51. She intercepted a UCLA pass and weaved through the box before unleashing a 15-yard strike for her seventh goal of the season.

Rasmussen registered three saves for the Huskies who were outshot by a 20-6 margin. UCLA¹s Valerie Henderson had two saves.

The Bruins (10-4) salvaged a split of their trip to the Northwest after losing 1-0 Friday at Washington State. UCLA improved its Pacific-10 Conference record to 3-1 while Washington (10-3-1) dropped to 1-2-1.

The Huskies were coming off Friday night¹s 1-0 win over USC. Senior Tina Frimpong scored her school-record 35th career goal with 42 seconds remaining in the final overtime to end that marathon.

UCLA returns to action next week, hosting Cal and Stanford at Drake Stadium.

UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Wednesday, Aug 12
vs. Missouri
Los Angeles, CA
Friday, Aug 21
at Long Beach State
Long Beach, CA
L, 0 - 1
Sunday, Aug 23
at San Diego
San Diego, CA
W, 1 - 0 (2OT)
Sunday, Aug 30
vs. Wisconsin
Los Angeles, CA
W, 2 - 1
Friday, Sep 04
vs. Virginia
Los Angeles, CA
L, 1 - 2
Sunday, Sep 06
vs. Texas
Los Angeles, CA
L, 1 - 2
Friday, Sep 11
at Wake Forest
Winston-Salem, NC
W, 2 - 1
Sunday, Sep 13
at North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
L, 1 - 3
Thursday, Sep 17
vs. Pepperdine
Los Angeles, CA
W, 1 - 0
Friday, Sep 25
vs. Oregon
Los Angeles, CA
W, 1 - 0
Thursday, Oct 01
at Washington
Seattle, WA
L, 1 - 2
Sunday, Oct 04
at Washington State
Pullman, WA
L, 2 - 4
Friday, Oct 09 - 7:00 PM PST
vs. Arizona
Los Angeles, CA
Sunday, Oct 11 - 1:00 PM PST
vs. Arizona State
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, Oct 17 - 1:00 PM PST
at Oregon State
Corvallis, OR
Friday, Oct 23 - 6:00 PM PST
vs. Colorado
Los Angeles, CA
Sunday, Oct 25 - 1:00 PM PST
vs. Utah
Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, Oct 29 - 3:30 PM PST
at California
Berkeley, CA
Sunday, Nov 01 - 3:30 PM PST
at Stanford
Stanford, CA
Friday, Nov 06 - 6:00 PM PST
vs. USC
Los Angeles, CA
Friday, Nov 13 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA First Round
Friday, Nov 20 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA Second Round
Sunday, Nov 22 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA Third Round
Friday, Nov 27 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA Quarterfinals
Friday, Dec 04 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA College Cup ...
Cary, NC
Sunday, Dec 06 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA College Cup ...
Cary, NC