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UCLA Women's Soccer Honored at City Hall
By: UCLA Athletics
Los Angeles, Calif. - Members of the UCLA Women's Soccer team visited City Hall Friday morning as the Los Angeles City Council recognized the team for winning the 2013 NCAA Championship.

Members of the city council, including UCLA alumni Paul Koretz, Felipe Fuentes, Gil Cedillo and Jose Huizar, spoke about the Bruins adding #110 to UCLA's all-time best NCAA championship total. UCLA assistant coach Louise Lieberman introduced pivotal players in the championship run - freshman Lauren Kaskie, whose game-winner in double overtime against Stanford in the regular season propelled the championship run; sophomore Taylor Smith, who scored the golden goal at North Carolina to send UCLA to the College Cup; junior Ally Courtnall, who tied the semifinal game with five minutes left in regulation; and junior Rosie White, who scored the winning penalty kick in the semifinal shootout.

The council then presented the Bruins with a proclamation and certificates of congratulations to each of the team members before posing with pictures with the team and Joe Bruin.

Since winning the first NCAA women's soccer championship in program history in June, the Bruins have been recognized on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, by the Southern California Broadcasters Association, the California Senate and State Assembly, and the Los Angeles City Council.

The 2013 Bruins, coached by first-year head coach Amanda Cromwell, finished the season with a 22-1-3 record and went unbeaten over their last 21 games. They gave up just one goal during the NCAA Tournament and only eight goals all year, leading the nation in goals against average (0.296). In addition to winning the national championship, the team won the Pac-12 title and tied the school record for most victories in a season.

UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Sunday, Aug 30
vs. Wisconsin
Los Angeles, CA
W, 2 - 1
Friday, Sep 04
vs. Virginia
Los Angeles, CA
L, 1 - 2
Sunday, Sep 06
vs. Texas
Los Angeles, CA
L, 1 - 2
Friday, Sep 11
at Wake Forest
Winston-Salem, NC
W, 2 - 1
Sunday, Sep 13
at North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
L, 1 - 3
Thursday, Sep 17
vs. Pepperdine
Los Angeles, CA
W, 1 - 0
Friday, Sep 25
vs. Oregon
Los Angeles, CA
W, 1 - 0
Thursday, Oct 01
at Washington
Seattle, WA
L, 1 - 2
Sunday, Oct 04
at Washington State
Pullman, WA
L, 2 - 4
Friday, Oct 09
vs. Arizona
Los Angeles, CA
W, 5 - 1
Sunday, Oct 11
vs. Arizona State
Los Angeles, CA
T, 1 - 1 (2OT)
Saturday, Oct 17
at Oregon State
Corvallis, OR
L, 1 - 2
Friday, Oct 23
vs. Colorado
Los Angeles, CA
W, 2 - 1
Sunday, Oct 25
vs. Utah
Los Angeles, CA
W, 1 - 0
Thursday, Oct 29
at California
Berkeley, CA
L, 0 - 7
Sunday, Nov 01
at Stanford
Stanford, CA
L, 0 - 2
Friday, Nov 06
vs. USC
Los Angeles, CA
L, 0 - 2