Sept. 30, 2001
Williamsburg, Va. - The No. 2 UCLA Bruins scored one goal in each half to defeat No. 22 William & Mary, 2-0, on a windy and chilly Sunday afternoon at Barksdale Field.
With the victory, UCLA improves to 7-0, while William & Mary drops to 6-2-1
UCLA scored the day's first goal when senior Mary-Frances Monroe netted her sixth goal of the season on a free kick after a Tribe player committed a foul above the penalty area at 37:22. William & Mary also had its chances during the first half when sophomore Lindsey Vanderspiegel (Chesapeake, Va.) attempted free kick sailed over the UCLA net.
Tribe goalie Courtney Owen (Richmond, Va.) made four saves, while UCLA goaltender CiCi Peterson made two. UCLA outshot William & Mary by an 11-4 margin.
UCLA returns home this week to host the UCLA Women's Cup on Friday and Sunday. The Bruins will host Loyola Marymount on Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Princeton on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.