Mia Fishel earned a first in her homecoming.
In her first collegiate start in her hometown, the San Diego native and junior forward for the Bruins notched her first brace of the season.
Jay Fenn, Daily Bruin reporter
The Bruins will put their perfect record on the line when they head to San Diego.
No. 3 UCLA women’s soccer (6-0) will travel south to take on San Diego (4-2) on Thursday and San Diego State (2-5) on Sunday.
Six up, six down.
Then-No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer (6-0) defeated Cal State Northridge (1-7) 3-0 on Monday night at Wallis Annenberg Stadium. The victory marks the sixth straight win to open the season for the Bruins and the sixth straight loss for the Matadors.
The Bruins have the chance to start 5-0 for the second consecutive season.
But standing in their way are the defending national champions.
No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer (4-0) will face off against its first ranked opponent of the season when it takes on No.
Despite losing most of their backline from a year ago, the Bruins’ defense has remained at last year’s level.
To open the season, No. 4 UCLA women’s soccer (3-0) attracted record-breaking crowds and scored seven goals in three games en route to its third consecutive 3-0 start.
The Bruins’ revamped backline wasted no time getting itself acclimated.
Making the first start of her career and slotting in along the defensive backline, redshirt junior midfielder Madelyn Desiano notched her first assist in a UCLA uniform in the third minute as she helped set up senior midfielder Maricarmen Reyes for the Bruins’ first score of the season.
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