UCLA women’s soccer wins school’s 110th national title

UPDATE: The UCLA women’s soccer team wins its first-ever national championship, giving the school 110 NCAA titles. The No. 2 Bruins defeated top-seeded Florida State, 1-0, on a golden goal by sophomore forward Kodi Lavrusky.


The No. 2-seeded UCLA women’s soccer team plays top-seeded Florida State for the national title at 12 p.m. PT in Cary, N.C. It would be the Bruins’ first-ever championship, and the 110th overall across UCLA athletics.

The game will be broadcast on ESPNU, as well as online.

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  • A great second half by both teams.

    Though FSU was tough and determined, UCLA’s speed, passing, and tenacity won the day.

    Congrats to the Lady Bruins!

    • Joe Blow


  • 92104bruinfan

    This coming off a tremendous comeback in the semis against Virginia to tie the game with 5 minutes left in regulation. Major ups to the Lady Bruins and congrats on bringing home yet another title to Westwood!

  • bruinray97

    WOW! Congrats ladies. #110!

    • Mark

      They are girls

      • anno nimus

        It’s “Women’s Soccer” not “Girl’s Soccer”

  • inhonorofpooh

    So proud to support such a fine academic institution, and the finest athletically, as proven by the most US national titles – more than any university. Ignore subterfuge, by any name.