UCLA MEN'S SOCCER 2014

UCLA MEN’S SOCCER 2014
Contact: Evan Kaplan / Phone: (310) 206-7873 / Fax: (310) 825-8664 / E-Mail: [email protected]
For Immediate Release: November 21, 2014
 THIS WEEK
#2 UCLA vs. San Diego
Marshall Field at Drake Stadium
Sunday, Nov. 23 - 7:00 pm PT
Audio/Live Stats - www.UCLABruins.com
Twitter - @UCLAMsoccer | #USDvsUCLA
Tickets: $10 for adults/$8 for youth/students (w/valid ID)
No. 2 Seed UCLA Faces USD in Second Round
The No. 2 seeded UCLA Bruins will open the NCAA
Tournament with a matchup against San Diego. After
earning a first round bye, the Bruins will play their second round match against the Toreros on Sunday, Nov.
23 at 7:00pm PT at Drake Stadium. Tickets for Sunday’s
postseason match are $10 for adults and $8 for youth
and students with valid identification.
Bruin/Torrero Connections
**Non-Conference Common Opponents: The Bruins
and Toreros have one common non-conference opponent, New Mexico. UCLA defeated the Lobos, 2-1,
on Sept. 7, while San Diego fell to New Mexico, 0-2,
on Sept. 14.
**UCLA sophomore midfielder Brian Iloski and San Diego junior forward Torrey DeArmas and junior defender
Jose Merlo each attended San Pasqual High School in
Escondido, Calif.
In the Rankings
The Bruins finished the regular season as the No. 3
ranked team in the NSCAA Coaches Poll and the No. 1
ranked team in the RPI rankings. UCLA’s regular season
success earned them the No. 2 overall seed in the NCAA
Tournament.
Scouting the Torreros
San Diego (11-5-4) enters the second round matchup
with the Bruins fresh off of a first round double-overtime
victory over Cal State Fullerton. The Toreros converted
each of their penalty kicks (89th minute, 103rd minute)
in the game, giving them the 2-1 win in extra time. The
Toreros went 6-1 in conference play during the regular
season, earning them the West Coast Conference title.
San Diego is led by senior midfielder, Connor Brandt,
who has tallied seven goals and six assists this season.
Second on the team in scoring is junior forward Torrey
DeArmas who has posted seven goals and two assists.
In net, redshirt freshman goalkeeper Thomas Olsen has
allowed just 0.84 goals per game and has recorded six
shutouts. San Diego is 4-2-3 on the road this season.
UCLA and San Diego met one prior time this season on
Sept. 26. The Bruins were defeated by the home Toreros,
1-0, on a goal from Patrick Zimmer in the 15th minute.
UCLA is 22-7-4 (3-4 in the postseason) all-time against
the San Diego Toreros. In their most recent postseason
meeting in 2001, the Bruins defeated San Diego, 4-0, in
the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Bruins Success in the ‘Big Dance’
The Bruins have fared well in the NCAA Tournament,
holding a 68-38 all-time record in their 106 postseason
matches. UCLA has claimed four national championships over that span, including their most recent title
capture in 2002. The Bruins have also advanced to the
College Cup 13 times. This year’s postseason berth marks
the 32nd straight trip to the tournament for the Bruins,
and their 42nd overall appearance.
Nine Bruins Named Pac-12 All-Conference
Nine UCLA Bruins men’s soccer players were named to
Pac-12 All-Conference Teams, including three to the first
team, as announced by the conference on Thursday.
First Team All-Pac-12
Michael Amick (Freshman, Defender)
Earl Edwards Jr. (Senior, Goalkeeper)*
Leo Stolz (Senior, Midfielder)*
Second Team All-Pac-12
Seyi Adekoya (Freshman, Forward)
Honorable Mention All-Pac-12
Abu Danladi (Freshman, Forward)
Grady Howe (Junior, Midfielder/Defender)
Aaron Simmons (Senior, Defender)*
Nathan Smith (Sophomore, Defender)
Andrew Tusaazemajja (Senior, Forward)
* indicates player has earned All-Conference previously.
Seven Bruins Earn Pac-12 All-Academic
Seven UCLA Bruins men’s soccer players were named
to Pac-12 All-Academic Teams, as announced by the
conference on Friday.
First Team All-Academic
Grady Howe (Junior, Economic Major)*
Second Team All-Academic
Michael Amick (Sophomore, Chemistry Major)
Gage Zerboni (Sophomore, Communications Major)
Honorable Mention All-Academic
Brian Iloski (Sophomore, Economics Major)
Larry Ndjock (Junior, International Dev. Major)
Leo Stolz (Senior, Political Science Major)*
Felix Vobejda (Sophomore, Phychology Major)
* indicates player has earned All-Academic previously.
Another Player of the Year Award for Stolz
UCLA senior midfielder, Leo Stolz, was named the 2014
Offensive Player of the Year by College Sports Madness. In addition, he was named to the organization’s
All-American First Team. Stolz was named the Pac-12
Player of the Year in 2013. Also being honored by College
Sports Madness, senior goalkeeper, Earl Edwards Jr., was
named to the All-American Third Team.
Stolz, finished the regular season with seven goals and
four assists, to lead the Bruins in points with 18. The 2013
Pac-12 Player of the Year started all 19 games for UCLA,
recording two game-winning goals.
 2014 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
Overall: 11-4-4 / Pac-12: 6-2-2
Home: 4-1-3 / Away: 7-2-1 / Neutral: 0-1-0
AUGUST
29
at #11/16 Wake Forest
31
at #22/10 North Carolina
W 3-1
W 1-0
SEPTEMBER
5
vs. American (at UNM)
7
at #6 New Mexico
12
Santa Clara
14
Cal Poly
20
at UC Santa Barbara
26
at San Diego
28
CSUN
L 1-2 (OT)
W 2-1
T 0-0 (2OT)
T 0-0 (2OT)
W 1-0
L 0-1
W 3-0
OCTOBER
4
at San Diego State*
10
at #22/17 California*
12
at #15/9 Stanford*
16
#1 Washington*
19
#17 Oregon State*
23
at #4/2 Washington*
26
at Oregon State*
30
#8/2 Stanford*
W 1-0
L 2-3 (OT)
T 1-1 (2OT)
W 2-1
W 3-0
W 2-1
W 2-1
T 2-2 (2OT)
NOVEMBER
2
#17/14 California*
16
San Diego State*
23
San Diego (NCAA 2nd Rd.)
30
NCAA 3rd Rd.
L 0-1
W 2-1
7:00 pm
5:00 pm
DECEMBER
5-7 NCAA Quarterfinals
12
NCAA College Cup (at Cary, NC)
14
NCAA College Cup (at Cary, NC)
TBA
TBA
TBA
* Pac-12 Conference match
All home matches played at Marshall Field at Drake
Stadium.
All times listed are Pacific time.
 QUICK FACTS
Head Coach
Alma Mater
Career Record (Yrs.)
Record at UCLA (Yrs.)
Asst. Coaches

Jorge Salcedo
UCLA ‘94
141-52-37 (11th Season)
same
Nick Carlin-Voigt
Leonard Griffin
Goalkeeper Coach (volunteer)
Phil Marfuggi
2013 Overall Record
12-3-5
2013 NCAA Finish
T-9th
Seven Bruins Named as TDS Top Players
Recent Postseason History
Three Bruins were recently named to the Top Drawer
Soccer Top 100 players list along with four more named
to the Top Drawer Soccer Top 100 freshmen list. Leo
Stolz retained the No. 1 spot on the Top 100 players list
while being joined by Michael Amick at No. 21 and Earl
Edwards Jr. at No. 94. On the top 100 freshmen list, Abu
Danladi came in at No. 2 overall while Chase Gasper
came in at No. 17, Seyi Adekoya came in at No. 31 and
Christian Chavez rounded out the group at No. 51.
2002 – at UCLA 4, Loyola Marymount 2, 2nd Rd.
at UCLA 3, California 2, 3rd Round
at UCLA 7, Penn State 1, Quarterfinals
UCLA 2, Maryland 1, Semifinals
UCLA 1, Stanford 0, Final
Freshmen Continue to Contribute
UCLA’s freshman class has proven to be valuable this
season with five true freshmen contributing substantial
minutes in the regular season. The rookie attackers have
been sensational with Seyi Adekoya leading the way
with five goals and four assists followed by Abu Danladi
with four goals and one assist. Also pitching in a goal,
Christian Chavez has been a dangerous member of
the Bruins frontline as well. Left back Chase Gasper has
proven to be a stalwart in the defensive group, playing
15 games (11 starts), while pitching in three assists
and William Cline has been an important player in the
midfield playing 13 games (one start) as well.
Looking Ahead
The Bruins are in the midst of their 32nd straight NCAA
Tournament appearance and 42nd appearance overall.
A team should never look ahead, but if the Bruins were
to come away victorious this weekend, they would
face the winner of California and Southern IllinoisEdwardsville. UCLA holds a 3-0 postseason record over
the Golden Bears and they have never faced Southern
Illinois-Edwardsville in postseason play.
2003 – at UCLA 3, Tulsa 2, 2nd Round
at UCLA 2, FIU 0, 3rd Round
Indiana 2, at UCLA 1, Quarterfinals
2004 – at UCLA 3, Loyola Marymount 0, 2nd Rd.
St. John’s 2, at UCLA 1, 3rd Round
2005 – SMU 3, at UCLA 0, 2nd Round
2006 – at UCLA 3 Harvard 0, 2nd Round
at UCLA 3, Clemson 0, 3rd Round
UCLA 3, at Duke 2 (ot), Quarterfinals
UCLA 4,Virginia 0, Semifinals
UC Santa Barbara 2, UCLA 1, Final
2007 – at UCLA 1, New Mexico 0, 1st Round
at Santa Clara 3, UCLA 1, 2nd Round
2008 – Cal Poly 1, at UCLA 0, 1st Round
2009 – at UCLA 2, Sacramento State 1, 2nd Rd.
at UCLA 2, UC Santa Barbara 1, 3rd Round
at Wake Forest 2, UCLA 0, Quarterfinals
2010 – at UCLA 4, Sacramento State 1, 2nd Rd.
at UCLA 2, Dartmouth 1 (2ot), 3rd Round
at Lousiville 5, UCLA 4 Quarterfinals
2011 – at UCLA 1, Delaware 0, 2nd Round
at UCLA 3, Rutgers 0, 3rd Round
UCLA 1, at Lousiville 0 (2ot), Quarterfinals
UCLA 2, North Carolina 2*, Semifinals
Name
Pepe Barroso Silva
Earl Edwards Jr.
Javan Torre
Michael Amick
Grady Howe
Aaron Simmons
Jordan Vale
Felix Vobejda
Willie Raygoza
Abu Danladi
Leo Stolz
Larry Ndjock
Gage Zerboni
Nico Gonzalez
William Cline
Chase Gasper
Christian Chavez
Seyi Adekoya
Brian Iloski
Jake Tenzer
Andrew Tusaazemajja
Juan Cervantes
Kevin De La Torre
Nathan Smith
Joab Santoyo
Michael Griswold
Alex Padilla
Edgar Contreras
Pos.
Gk
Gk
D
D
Mf/D
D
Mf
Mf
Mf
F
Mf
F
F/Mf
Mf
Mf
D
F
F
Mf
Gk
F
Gk
F
D
Mf
D/Mf
Gk
D
Ht.
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-0
5-10
6-0
5-11
5-8
5-8
5-10
5-11
5-9
5-10
5-9
5-10
6-0
5-11
5-11
5-7
6-0
5-7
5-11
5-9
5-10
5-10
6-3
6-1
6-0
Wt.
167
205
175
165
160
166
169
145
140
170
170
172
160
137
165
180
170
170
140
170
165
180
150
150
156
185
160
185
NSCAA Coaches’ Poll
Final RPI Rankings
1. Stanford
2. Notre Dame
3. UCLA
4. Syracuse
5. Indiana
6. Maryland
7. Clemson
8. UNC-Charlotte
9. Creighton
10. Providence
11. Georgetown
12. Washington
13. Michigan State
14. Xavier
15. Louisville
16. North Carolina
17. Northwestern
18. California
19. Saint Louis
20. Dartmouth
21. UC Irvine
22. Virginia
23. Old Dominion
24. Kentucky
25. Oregon State
1. UCLA
2. Stanford
3. Notre Dame
4. Providence
5. Michigan State
6. UNC-Charlotte
7. Georgetown
8. Indiana
9. Creighton
10. Washington
11. Clemson
12. Syracuse
13. Virginia
14. Maryland
15. Louisville
16. UC Irvine
17. California
18. Xavier
19. Penn State
20. North Carolina
21. Coastal Carolina
22. Northwestern
23. Akron
24. Old Dominion
25. Saint Louis
2012 – San Diego 5, at UCLA 2, 2nd Round
2013 – at UCLA 4, Elon 0, 2nd Round
at UCLA 3, Connecticut 3*, 3rd Round
 2014 ROSTER
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 NATIONAL RANKINGS
Yr.
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RSr.
Jr.
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Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
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Sr.
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So.
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Hometown (Previous School)
Madrid, Spain (British Council School)
San Diego, Calif. (Bradenton Prep Academy)
Santa Monica, Calif. (Crossroads HS)
Sunnyvale, Calif. (The Harker School)
Newport Beach, Calif. (Corona Del Mar HS)
Mansfield, Tex. (SMU)
Auckland, New Zealand (Syracuse University)
Bielefeld, Germany (Kreisgymnasium Halle HS)
South El Monte, Calif. (South El Monte HS)
Takoradi, Ghana (Dunn HS)
Munich, Germany (George Mason University)
Berlin, Germany (Loyola University Maryland)
San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS)
Lodi, Calif. (Tokay HS)
Irvine, Calif. (University HS)
Alexandria, Va. (Gonzaga College HS)
Fontana, Calif. (A.B. Miller HS)
Seattle, Wash. (Lakeside School)
Escondido, Calif. (San Pasqual HS)
Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Crossroads School)
Panorama City, Calif. (Fulton College Prep)
Gardena, Calif. (Animo Leadership Charter HS)
Winchester, Calif. (Temecula Preparatory School)
Clovis, Calif. (Buchanon HS)
Chino Hills, Calif. (A.B. Miller HS)
San Diego, Calif. (Mt. Carmel HS)
Compton, Calif. (California Academy of Mathematics & Science)
Lamont, Calif. (Arvin HS)
Head Coach: Jorge Salcedo (11th Year, UCLA ‘02)
Assistant Coaches: Nick Carlin-Voigt (3rd Year, Kalamazoo College ‘04), Leonard Griffin (1st Year, UCLA ‘05)
Goalkeeper Coach (Volunteer): Phil Marfuggi (1st Year, Clemson ‘06)

 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Seyi Adekoya .............................SHAY ah-day-COY-uh
Michael Amick ....................................................AY-mick
Juan Cervantes ............................................Sir-VON-tez
Abu Danladi......................................................... ah-BOO
Kevin De La Torre .................................... day la TOR-ay
Nico Gonzalez .......................................................NEE-co
Brian Iloski .................................................... ill-LOSS-kee
Larry Ndjock ............................................................. JOCK
Willie Raygoza........................................... ray-GOH-zah
Joab Santoyo.........................................................JOE-ab
Javan Torre .............................................. JA-van TOR-ee
Andrew Tusaazemajja ................. too-SA-za-ma-JAH
Felix Vobejda .............................................voh-BAY-duh
Gage Zerboni .............................................zer-BONE-ee
Jorge Salcedo........................... HORE-hay Sal-SAY-do
Nick Carlin-Voigt ....................................... CAR-lin Voyt
Phil Marfuggi .......................................... mar-FOO-gee
 UCLA’s RECORD WHEN...
Home
Away
Neutral
Leading at the Half
Tied at the Half
Trailing at the Half
In Overtime
Against Ranked Teams
Against Non-Ranked Teams
When Scoring First
When Opponent Scores First

4-1-3
7-2-1
0-1-0
9-0-0
2-1-4
0-3-0
0-2-4
6-2-2
5-2-2
9-0-1
2-4-1
 2014 PAC-12 STANDINGS
Team
Stanford
UCLA
Washington
California
Oregon State
San Diego State
Pac-12
6-1-3
6-2-2
5-4-1
4-5-1
4-5-1
1-9-0

Overall
13-2-3
11-4-4
12-5-1
10-6-1
11-7-1
7-12-0
 2014 PAC-12 LEADERS

Points
Goals Allowed
1. CAL (17 GP) - 138 (8.12 avg)
2. OSU (19 GP) - 123 (6.47 avg)
3. STAN (18 GP) - 105 (5.83 avg)
4. WASH (18 GP) - 103 (5.72 avg)
5. UCLA (19 GP) - 82 (4.32 avg)
6. SDSU (19 GP) - 58 (3.05 avg)
1. UCLA (19 GP) - 16 (0.84 avg)
2. STAN (18 GP) - 16 (0.89 avg)
3. OSU (19 GP) - 20 (1.05 avg)
4. WASH (18 GP) - 23 (1.28 avg)
5. SDSU (19 GP) - 28 (1.47 avg)
6. CAL (17 GP) - 34 (2.00 avg)
Goals
Shutouts
1. CAL (17 GP) - 44 (2.59 avg)
2. OSU (19 GP) - 39 (2.05 avg)
3. WASH (18 GP) - 36 (2.00 avg)
4. STAN (18 GP) - 34 (1.89 avg)
5. UCLA (19 GP) - 28 (1.47 avg)
6. SDSU (19 GP) - 22 (1.16 avg)
1. STAN (18 GP) - 7 (0.39 avg)
2. UCLA (19 GP) - 7 (0.37 avg)
3. OSU (19 GP) - 6 (0.32 avg)
4. SDSU (19 GP) - 4 (0.21 avg) 4.
5. CAL (17 GP) - 3 (0.18 avg)
6. WASH (18 GP) - 3 (0.17 avg)
6.
* As of November 16, 2014
Former UCLA All-American Jorge Salcedo
is in his 11th season as head coach for the
Bruins, making him the second-longest
tenured men’s soccer head coach in
UCLA’s NCAA history.
A product of UCLA’s strong soccer tradition, Salcedo has maintained the Bruins’
standard for success, winning six conference titles and guiding his teams to NCAA
Tournament appearances each year. He
signed the No. 1 recruiting classes in the
nation in 2010, 2006 and 2004, and those
players produced results, advancing all
the way to the NCAA Championship
game in the 2006 season, to the quarterfinals in 2009 and 2010, and to the College
Cup Semifinals in 2011. Salcedo then
repeated the feat, signing the top-ranked
recruiting classes in both 2013 and 2014.
UCLA Men's Soccer
UCLA Overall Team Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Overall: 11-4-4 Conf: 6-2-2 Home: 4-1-3 Away: 7-2-1 Neut: 0-1-0
TEAM STATISTICS
SHOT STATISTICS
Goals-Shot attempts
Goals scored per game
Shot pct.
Shots on goal-Attempts
SOG pct.
Shots/Game
Assists
CORNER KICKS
PENALTY KICKS
PENALTIES
Yellow cards
Red cards
ATTENDANCE
Total
Dates/Avg Per Date
Neutral Site #/Avg
Goals by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
Shots by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
Saves by Period
UCLA
Opponents
15
8
13
6
79 83
104 111
1st 2nd
30
21
25
28
OT OT2 Total
0
2
0
0
28
16
OT OT2 Total
8
7
5
10
175
232
OT OT2 Total
1
4
1
1
57
54
UCLA
OPP
28-175
1.47
.160
82-175
.469
9.2
26
87
1-1
16-232
0.84
.069
73-232
.315
12.2
17
105
0-0
30
1
26
0
14301
8/1788
1/0
26835
10/2684
Corners by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
Fouls by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
37
33
45
64
99 128
145 136
OT OT2 Total
4
3
1
5
87
105
OT OT2 Total
4
5
6
6
237
292
UCLA Men's Soccer
UCLA Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Overall: 11-4-4 Conf: 6-2-2 Home: 4-1-3 Away: 7-2-1 Neut: 0-1-0
##
10
17
11
9
20
5
7
15
16
2
8
30
18
6
4
12
24
14
28
23
21
19
13
3
1
Player
gp-gs
min
g
a
Stolz, Leo
Adekoya, Seyi
Ndjock, Larry
Danladi, Abu
Tusaazemajja, Andrew
Simmons, Aaron
Vobejda, Felix
Gasper, Chase
Chavez, Christian
Torre, Javan
Raygoza, Willie
Contreras, Edgar
Iloski, Brian
Vale, Jordan
Howe, Grady
Zerboni, Gage
Smith, Nathan
Cline, William
Padilla, Alex
De La Torre, Kevin
Cervantes, Juan
Tenzer, Jake
Gonzalez, Nico
Amick, Michael
Edwards Jr., Earl
Total
Opponents
19-19
17-9
18-11
7-4
19-14
19-12
19-9
15-11
19-8
15-8
12-7
18-16
14-8
19-6
19-16
12-1
13-11
13-1
1-0
4-0
1-0
1-0
3-0
19-19
19-19
19
19
1533
880
941
319
900
1034
1138
1094
823
680
454
1436
821
861
1540
343
1075
305
6
30
0
6
24
1756
1799
-
7
5
5
4
2
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
16
4
4
0
1
4
0
3
3
0
0
2
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
17
#
1
19
TM
Goalie
gp-gs
Edwards Jr., Earl
Tenzer, Jake
TEAM
Total
Opponents
19-19
1-0
19
19
pts
sh
Goal Average
min
ga gaavg
1799:20
5:31
0:00
1804:51
1804:51
15
1
0
16
28
sh% sog sog% yc
18 43 .163
14 15 .333
10 19 .263
9 11 .364
8
9 .222
4
3 .667
3 13 .000
3
1 .000
2 11 .091
2
3 .333
2
8 .000
2
2 .000
1 13 .000
1 13 .000
1
5 .000
0
4 .000
0
1 .000
0
1 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
82 175 .160
49 232 .069
0.75
16.31
0.00
0.80
1.40
21
8
8
8
5
2
6
1
4
3
1
0
6
7
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
82
73
Saves
saves
55
1
1
57
54
.488
.533
.421
.727
.556
.667
.462
1.000
.364
1.000
.125
.000
.462
.538
.000
.250
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.469
.315
0
1
5
0
1
3
2
1
0
3
0
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
30
26
pct
w
.786
.500
1.000
.781
.659
11
0
0
11
4
rc gwg pk-att
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
2
3
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
4
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
Record
l
t sho/cbo
4
0
0
4
11
4
0
0
4
4
7/0
0/0
0/0
7
4
Team saves: 1
Goals by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
Shots by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
Saves by Period
UCLA
Opponents
15
8
13
6
79 83
104 111
1st 2nd
30
21
25
28
OT OT2 Total
0
2
0
0
28
16
OT OT2 Total
8
7
5
10
175
232
OT OT2 Total
1
4
1
1
57
54
Corners by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
Fouls by Period
UCLA
Opponents
1st 2nd
37
33
45
64
99 128
145 136
Attendance Summary
Total
Dates/Avg Per Date
Neutral Site #/Avg
OT OT2 Total
4
3
1
5
87
105
OT OT2 Total
4
5
6
6
UCLA
14301
8/1788
1/0
237
292
Opponent
26835
10/2684
UCLA Men's Soccer
UCLA Game Results (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Date
Aug 29
Aug 31
Sep 5
Sep 07
Sep 12
Sep 14
Sep 20
Sep 26
Sep 28
Opponent
at #11 Wake Forest
W
at #10 North Carolina
vs American
at #6 New Mexico
W
LOT
W
SANTA CLARA
CAL POLY
at #26 UC Santa Barbara
at San Diego
CSUN
at San Diego State
at #22 California
Score Overall
3-1
1-0-0
TO2
TO2
W
L
W
1-0
1-2
2-1
2-0-0
2-1-0
3-1-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
3-0
3-1-1
3-1-2
4-1-2
4-2-2
5-2-2
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0
2-3
6-2-2
6-3-2
1-0-0
1-1-0
*
Oct 04
*
Oct 10
*
Oct 12
*
Oct 16
at #15 Stanford
#1 WASH
W
1-1
2-1
6-3-3
7-3-3
1-1-1
2-1-1
*
Oct 19
#17 OSU
W
3-0
8-3-3
3-1-1
*
Oct 23
at #4 WASH
W
2-1
9-3-3
4-1-1
*
Oct 26
at OSU
W
2-1
10-3-3
5-1-1
*
Oct 30
#8 STANFORD
TO2
2-2
10-3-4
5-1-2
*
Nov 02
Nov 16
#17 CALIFORNIA
SAN DIEGO STATE
L
*
0-1
2-1
10-4-4
11-4-4
5-2-2
6-2-2
Team Record
Overall:
Conference:
Home:
Away:
Neutral:
Overtime:
W-L-T
11-4-4
6-2-2
4-1-3
7-2-1
0-1
0-2-4
W
Conf
0-0-0
LOT
TO2
W
Attendance
Total:
Home:
Away:
Neutral:
Dates
19
8
10
1
Total
41136
14301
26835
0
Att. Goals scored
3738 Tusaazemajja, Andrew (unassisted)
Ndjock, Larry (Tusaazemajja, Andrew;Vobejda, Felix)
Adekoya, Seyi (unassisted)
3939 Stolz, Leo (Adekoya, Seyi)
Danladi, Abu (Adekoya, Seyi)
5026 Stolz, Leo (penalty kick)
Chavez, Christian (unassisted)
1248 603 5104 Stolz, Leo (unassisted)
4432 3294 TEAM (unassisted)
Stolz, Leo (unassisted)
Stolz, Leo (Vobejda, Felix)
857 Ndjock, Larry (Vobejda, Felix)
533 Ndjock, Larry (Adekoya, Seyi)
Torre, Javan (unassisted)
1394 Simmons, Aaron (Iloski, Brian)
1869 Stolz, Leo (Danladi, Abu)
Adekoya, Seyi (Stolz, Leo)
1170 Danladi, Abu (Gasper, Chase)
Danladi, Abu (Stolz, Leo;Contreras, Edgar)
Ndjock, Larry (Vale, Jordan)
1389 Simmons, Aaron (Stolz, Leo)
Adekoya, Seyi (Gasper, Chase)
423 Tusaazemajja, Andrew (unassisted)
Ndjock, Larry (Adekoya, Seyi;Tusaazemajja, Andrew)
1380 Adekoya, Seyi (Tusaazemajja, Andrew;Contreras, Edgar)
Adekoya, Seyi (Stolz, Leo;Tusaazemajja, Andrew)
2720 2017 Stolz, Leo (Gasper, Chase;Raygoza, Willie)
Danladi, Abu (Raygoza, Willie;Howe, Grady)
Avg.
2165
1788
2684
0
2014 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship
First Round
November 20
Second Round
November 23
Third Round
November 30
Quarterfinals
December 5 or 6
Semifinals
December 12
Championship
December 14
Semifinals
December 12
1 *Notre Dame (11-4-4)
Quarterfinals
December 5 or 6
Third Round
November 30
Second Round
November 23
*Michigan St. (11-4-5)
First Round
November 20
3
Akron (13-6-1)
Oakland (9-6-3)
*Ohio St. (9-7-4)
*Kentucky (10-5-4)
*UNCW (12-4-2)
*UAB (11-7-1)
Bucknell (10-9-3)
Furman (12-5-3)
16 *Virginia (10-6-2)
9 *Syracuse (15-3-1)
*Washington (12-5-1)
14
*Providence (13-4-2)
11
Hartwick (6-9-4)
Fordham (8-8-4)
*Penn St. (12-5-1)
*Dartmouth (11-4-2)
*Old Dominion (12-6-1)
*UC Irvine (14-5-3)
St. Francis Brooklyn (11-5-4)
8 *Georgetown (12-4-4)
5 *Indiana (12-4-5)
UNLV (14-4-3)
WakeMed Soccer Park
Cary, North Carolina
7:30 p.m.
LIVE ESPNU/WatchESPN
NATIONAL
CHAMPION
WakeMed Soccer Park
Cary, North Carolina
5 p.m.
LIVE ESPNU/WatchESPN
*Stanford (13-2-3)
6
*Clemson (11-6-3)
7
WakeMed Soccer Park
Cary, North Carolina
Noon
LIVE ESPNU/WatchESPN
Monmouth (11-3-6)
*Xavier (13-5-2)
FGCU (8-6-5)
*Coastal Carolina (15-5-1)
*Oregon St. (11-7-1)
*North Carolina (12-5-1)
Denver (11-7-1)
James Madison (10-7-4)
12 *Creighton (14-3-2)
*Charlotte (14-3-1)
10
13 *Louisville (10-7-3)
*California (10-6-1)
15
Tulsa (11-5-3)
SIU Edwardsville (7-8-4)
*Saint Louis (13-4-2)
*Northwestern (9-3-6)
*Wake Forest (10-7-1)
*San Diego (10-5-4)
UMBC (12-5-3)
Cal St. Fullerton (10-7-6)
4 *Maryland (13-5-3)
*UCLA (11-4-4)
* Host Institution
All times are Eastern time.
Information subject to change.
Second semifinal game will begin 45 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.
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