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Ally Courtnall scoring the game-winner (photo by Jeff Sipsey)

Courtesy: UCLA Athletics
UCLA Shuts Out Arizona State, 3-0
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  10/18/2013
Los Angeles, Calif. - Second-ranked UCLA earned its 10th shutout and 13th victory of the season, downing Arizona State on Friday night by a score of 3-0.

The Bruins received a goal by Ally Courtnall in the first half and goals by Darian Jenkins and Courtney Proctor in the second, and goalkeepers Katelyn Rowland and Alana Munger combined for the shutout.

Courtnall showcased her many talents tonight, singing the national anthem before the game and then contributing the game-winning goal plus an assist. Courtnall scored the game's first goal in the 17th minute. Darian Jenkins started the play by sending a pass to Jenna Richmond, who chipped the ball to Courtnall in the box. Courtnall one-timed it past the ASU goalkeeper for her first goal of the season.

The Richmond-Jenkins combo came through again at 52:00 when Richmond sent a through ball to Jenkins in the box. The freshman scored far post for her team-best ninth goal of the year.

Proctor put the game away at 64:53 with her second goal of the season. Courtnall sent a cross into the box to Proctor, who turned and scored on ASU goalkeeper Chandler Morris.

Rowland totaled four saves in her 73 minutes of play, and Munger made a nice grab on a 50-50 ball in the box late in the game to help preserve the shutout.

UCLA's defense leads the nation with a 0.32 goals against average.

The Bruins (13-1-1, 5-0-1 in the Pac-12) will next take on Utah on the road on Oct. 25. Arizona State, which falls to 8-6-0, 3-3-0 in the Pac-12, hosts Washington on Oct. 25.

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