UCLA Men's Soccer Downs San Diego, 4-0
Nov. 12, 2004
Los Angeles, CA - The fourth-ranked UCLA men's soccer team scored three first-half goals to put away San Diego, 4-0, in a non-conference game at Drake Stadium. Sophomore forward Chad Barrett scored two goals and notched an assist to lead the Bruins to victory.
UCLA dominated the run of play, outshooting the Toreros 15-2 (9-0 on shots on goal). Barrett recorded the first goal at 24:55 on a header off a Benny Feilhaber chip in the box. Less than two minutes later, Barrett sent a cross into the box for Mike Enfield, who one-timed it past San Diego keeper Lance Friesz. And at 38:05, Barrett scored again, heading in a Jordan Harvey corner kick for UCLA's first goal off a corner kick this season. Freshman forward Richard Flores notched his third goal of the year at 86:48. Reserve goalkeeper Nate Pena set up the play with a long pass from Nate Pena to a streaking Ahmed Khalil down the left sideline. Khalil crossed to Flores, who fired a shot into the back of the net.
Barrett nearly had a hat trick in the game, but his shot at 23:17 was cleared off the line by a San Diego defender.
Bruin goalkeeper Eric Reed (78 minutes) and Pena (12 minutes) shared the shutout, UCLA's seventh of the year. Neither goalkeeper had to make a save.