Sept. 20, 2004
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - After third-ranked UCLA collected victories against Pepperdine and Cal Baptist during day one at the SoCal Tournament on Saturday, the Bruins dropped two one-point matches to #1 Stanford and #4 Cal on Sunday and completed the weekend with a fourth place finish.
An 8-7 loss to top-ranked Stanford on Sunday morning sent UCLA into the third-place match against the Golden Bears later in the afternoon. Cal's Brian Bacharach scored the game-winning goal with 1:18 remaining as Cal escaped with a 10-9 victory over the Bruins. UCLA's 2004 record now stands at 4-2.
Senior attacker Brett Ormsby tallied a total of 13 goals during four matches throughout the USC-hosted tournament.
The host Trojans took first place in the tournament after defeating Stanford 8-6 in the title game Sunday evening.
Game #18 (Semifinal #2) #3 UCLA (4-1) 2-0-3-2---7 #1 Stanford (5-0) 2-2-3-1---8 UCLA Goals: Josh Hewko 4, Brett Ormsby, Marco Santos, Albert Garcia Stanford Goals: Greg Crum 3, Tony Azevedo 2, Tyler Drake, Peter Varellas, Thomas Hopkins UCLA Saves: Joseph Axelrad 6 Stanford Saves: Chad Taylor 9
Game #22 (3rd place game) #4 Cal (8-1) 2-3-3-2---10 #3 UCLA (4-2) 3-1-4-1---9 Cal Goals: Michael Sharf 3, Brian Bacharach 2, Mrty Matthies 2, Jeff Tyrrell, John Mann, Adam Haley UCLA Goals: Brett Ormsby 4, Josh Hewko 2, Ted Peck 2, Matt Jacobs Cal Saves: Nate Bennett 8 UCLA Saves: Joseph Axelrad 8