The rout was on early in the contest, as the Bruins scored two goals in the first four minutes. Edgar Contreras headed in a Leo Stolz corner kick at the 1:58 mark, and then Stolz scored on a penalty kick at 3:46 after a Bruin was fouled in the box. Adekoya netted his first score of the match at 32:46 for the Bruins’ final goal of the half, with assists going to Raygoza and Grady Howe.
Adekoya kicked off a second-half scoring barrage with a 49th minute goal, and Jordan Vale joined the scoring party just over a minute later, with Larry Ndjock and Raygoza adding assists, to make the score 4-0.
The Bruins emptied the bench in the 60th minute but kept the attack going. Christian Chavez and Gage Zerboni connected for a goal at 62:39, and De La Torre hit his first goal in to the upper corner at 68:24 off a cross from Nico Gonzalez. Forty seconds later, another foul in the box gave UCLA a penalty kick, and Brian Iloski buried it for an 8-0 lead. De La Torre scored the Bruins’ final goals of the game at 77:51 off an Iloski cross and at 86:25 unassisted.
UCLA outshot the LA All-Stars, 25-3. Earl Edwards Jr. earned the shutout victory, making two saves.
In two exhibition games this week, the Bruins outscored their opponents, 15-2. Over the two games, Stolz had two goals and four assists, De La Torre scored three goals, and Vale had two goals and one assist.
The fourth-ranked Bruins open the season at No. 11 Wake Forest on Friday, Aug. 29. UCLA will also face No. 22 North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Sunday, Aug. 31.