Above, clockwise from top left: Safety Brandon Burton; Fullback Jalen Starks; Receiver Mossi Johnson; Quarterback Josh Rosen. Photos by Rachel Luna and Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/The Sun, SCNG
— UCLA Women’s Soccer (@UCLAWSoccer) August 19, 2016
Incoming freshman Jessie Fleming helped Team Canada to a bronze medal in women’s soccer at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Fleming, a midfielder, played a pivotal role in Friday’s medal-clinching 2-1 win as she set up the winning goal against Brazil. She started the play with a steal and sent the pass forward to Deanne Rose, who assisted Christine Sinclair‘s goal.
Due to increased intrest after committing to UCLA, I will be decommitting and opening back up my recruiting to seek better options.
— Chris Wilson (@chriswilson28) August 19, 2016
Three-star defensive back Chris Wilson announced his decommitment from UCLA on Friday via Twitter, writing he is opening his recruitment “to seek better options” after receiving “increased interest.” The prospect from Hitchcock, Texas committed to UCLA on Aug. 2 as the first of five commits from during the month of August.
Defensive line coach Angus McClure talks about how the team spends down time in San Bernardino getting better, the progression of Boss Tagaloa and the health of Eddie Vanderdoes.
Linebacker Kenny Young about the competition at middle linebacker, the Blue Cut Fire and how San Bernardino helps the team build mental toughness.
Linebacker Cameron Judge talks about how the middle linebacker competition affects him, what he thinks about San Bernardino and his role as a starter right now.
Defensive back Tahaan Goodman talks about what he brings to the group of defensive backs, how the team bonds off the field and his reputation as a big hitter.