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No. 4 UCLA Heads to LMU Tourney
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  09/09/2003

Sept. 9, 2003

No. 4 Bruins Head to LMU Tournament . . .
Fourth-ranked UCLA (2-0-2) heads down the 405 FWY this week for the Loyola Marymount Tournament, Sept. 12-14 at LMU's Sullivan Field. The Bruins kickoff play this Friday against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (0-3-1) at 1:00 p.m. On Sunday, UCLA will face Oakland (2-1-1) at 11:00 a.m. This will be the first time UCLA has met either of these teams. UCLA and LMU will not face each other in the tournament, instead waiting until a meeting at Drake Stadium on Oct. 29.

Bruins Win Third-Annual UCLA Women's Cup . . .
For the second time in three years, UCLA won its own tournament, posting a draw and a victory in two matches over the weekend at the UCLA Women's Cup. Last Wednesday, the Bruins played to a scoreless draw with UC Santa Barbara. On Friday, UCLA registered a 1-0 overtime victory against St. Mary's. Bruin forward Kim Devine netted a golden goal with an assist from Iris Mora. UCLA was the only team not to lose during the tournament, as St. Mary's defeated UCSB, 3-2 in the final match of the tournament on Sunday.

Bruins Check in at No. 4 Nationally . . .
Following a scoreless tie with UCSB last Wednesday, UCLA fell two spots from No. 2 to No. 4 this week in the NSCAA/adidas national poll. The Bruins also check in at No. 4 in the Soccer America poll, moving down a spot from No. 3 the previous week. Complete polls listed at bottom of page.

Mora Plays for Mexico in Loss to U.S. . . .
Shortly after UCLA's match on Friday evening, Bruin forward Iris Mora was on a plane to San Jose, Calif. for a national team match on Sunday between Mexico and the United States. Mora started and played all 90 minutes in the match, which Mexico lost 5-0. Sunday's showdown was a World Cup tune-up for the Americans.

Stanford Match to be Televised on Fox Sports Net . . .
UCLA's match against Stanford in the Bay Area on Oct. 17 will be televised on a delayed basis by Fox Sports Net. Check the Bruin website or your local TV listings for air times. In addition, live audio of that match will be broadcast on .

Pryce Named Preseason All-American, Player of the Year Candidate . . .
Bruin senior Nandi Pryce, a first-team NSCAA/adidas All-American in 2002, was recently selected as one of just 16 players in the nation named to the "Watch List" for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy. The award is given annually to the top player in collegiate soccer. In late August, she was also named to Soccer America's Preseason All-America Team. As a junior last season, Pryce helped the Bruin defense rank second in the Pac-10 in goals allowed (13), goals against average (0.57) and shutouts (12). Most recently, she helped the Under-21 U.S. National Team capture its fifth straight Nordic Cup title.

A Brief Look Ahead . . .
One of the more intriguing matchups of the season will take place on Sept. 19 when UCLA takes on current No. 1 North Carolina at the Duke adidas Classic. The two teams haven't met since the NCAA College Cup final back in 2000, which UNC won 2-1.

NSCAA/adidas
1. 	North Carolina
2. 	Santa Clara
3. 	Notre Dame
4.	UCLA
5.	Texas A&M
6.	Florida
7.	Penn State
8.	UConn
9.	Pepperdine
10.	Duke
11.	Texas
12.	West Virginia
13.	Cal
14.	Kentucky
15.	Ohio State
16.	Colorado
17.	Portland
18.	Virginia
19.	Clemson
20.	Boston College
21.	Denver
22.	Dayton
22.	USC
24.	Washington
25.	Missouri

Soccer America 1. North Carolina 2. Notre Dame 3. Santa Clara 4. UCLA 5. Texas 6. Florida 7. Pepperdine 8. West Virginia 9. Portland 10. Penn State 11. Arizona State 12. BYU 13. Tennessee 14. Cal 15. Texas A&M 16. Stanford 17. Virginia 18. UConn 19. Clemson 20. Duke 21. Villanova 22. Auburn 23. USC 24. Utah 25. Washington


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