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UCLA Upsets Another Undefeated Team, Downing Washington In OT, 2-1
By: UCLA Athletics

Sept. 29, 2006

Box Score

Game-Winning Goal by James Jaramillo

Los Angeles, Calif. - Seventeenth-ranked UCLA scored yet another upset of an undefeated Top 10 team, downing fourth-ranked Washington, 2-1, in double overtime in front of 1,891 at Frank W. Marshall Field. Freshman James Jaramillo scored the game-winning goal, smacking in a rebound of a Kyle Nakazawa shot with 18 seconds left to play. The loss was the first blemish in Washington's record this season, making the Huskies the third undefeated team in a row that UCLA has handed its first loss.

UCLA struck first in the contest at 31:14 when junior defender Mike Zaher dribbled up the middle and fired a rocket into the right corner past Washington goalkeeper Rylan Hawkins. The goal was Zaher's second of the season.

Washington kept the pressure up in the second half, totaling seven shots and six corner kicks. But down a goal, the Huskies' situation looked grim when midfielder Steve Mohn was red-carded in the 84th minute. However, Washington kept the attack up and equalized at 88:21. Husky defender Ty Harden dribbled into the box past a couple of UCLA defenders and fired in a shot from close range past freshman goalkeeper Brian Perk.

In the two overtime periods, UCLA took control offensively, outshooting the Huskies, 10-2. In the final minute, the game appeared to be heading towards a draw when Nakazawa unleashed a rocket from the right side that was blocked. Jaramillo swooped in on the rebound and made his first collegiate goal a memorable one, ending the game with the golden goal at 109:42.

Perk made seven saves in his first home start of the year. Hawkins had eight saves for the Huskies.

With the win, UCLA improves to 5-3-2 overall, 1-1-1 in the Pac-10. The last three Bruin victories have come against undefeated Top 10 teams from Santa Clara, San Francisco and Washington. The Huskies drop to 8-1-0, 1-1-0 in the Pac-10. UCLA will next host Oregon State on Sunday, Oct. 1 at 2:30 pm, while Washington visits San Diego State.

UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Tuesday, Aug 18
vs. Mexican U-17 ...
Los Angeles, CA
T, 1 - 1
Saturday, Aug 22
vs. San Francisco
Los Angeles, CA
W, 2 - 1
Saturday, Aug 29
vs. New Mexico
Los Angeles, CA
W, 1 - 0
Friday, Sep 04
at Maryland
College Park, MD
L, 1 - 2 (OT)
Monday, Sep 07
at Georgetown
Washington, DC
L, 1 - 3
Sunday, Sep 13
vs. UC Riverside
Los Angeles, CA
L, 1 - 2 (OT)
Friday, Sep 18
vs. Cal Poly
Los Angeles, CA
W, 4 - 1
Monday, Sep 21
vs. UC Santa Barbara
Los Angeles, CA
L, 2 - 4
Friday, Sep 25
vs. VCU
Los Angeles, CA
W, 2 - 1
Sunday, Sep 27
vs. UC Irvine
Los Angeles, CA
W, 4 - 3 (OT)
Friday, Oct 02
at Oregon State
Corvallis, OR
L, 0 - 1 (2OT)
Sunday, Oct 04 - 7:00 PM PST
at Washington
Seattle, WA
Monday, Oct 12 - 7:00 PM PST
vs. San Diego State
Los Angeles, CA
Friday, Oct 16 - 8:00 PM PST
vs. Stanford
Los Angeles, CA
Monday, Oct 19 - 6:00 PM PST
vs. California
Los Angeles, CA
Friday, Oct 23 - 8:00 PM PST
at Stanford
Stanford, CA
Sunday, Oct 25 - 3:00 PM PST
at California
Berkeley, CA
Sunday, Nov 01 - 10:00 AM PST
at Akron
Akron, OH
Friday, Nov 06 - 2:00 PM PST
vs. Oregon State
Los Angeles, CA
Sunday, Nov 08 - 5:00 PM PST
vs. Washington
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, Nov 14 - 7:00 PM PST
at San Diego State
San Diego, CA
Thursday, Nov 19 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA First Round
Sunday, Nov 22 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA Second Round
Sunday, Nov 29 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA Third Round
Friday, Dec 04 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA Quarterfinals
Friday, Dec 11 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA College Cup ...
Kansas City, MO
Sunday, Dec 13 - TBA PST
vs. NCAA College Cup ...
Kansas City, MO