UCLA women win national championship in soccer


UCLA's women's soccer team won the College Cup on Sunday in North Carolina, 1-0 over Florida State in overtime. Sophomore Kodi Lavrusky scored the game-winner in the 97th minute on a nice pass from Megan Oyster.

It's the first time the Bruins have a won a national title in women's soccer, despite regularly placing women on Olympic teams. It's the 110th national athletic title overall for UCLA, an NCAA record. The Bruins' baseball team won the 109th championship earlier this year.

Photo: UCLA

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