2004 Women's Soccer Year In Review

Feb. 2, 2005

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Pac-10 Co-Champion UCLA advanced to the NCAA finals, finishing with a 18-7-0 overall record and 6-3-0 Conference mark. It marked the Bruins' third-ever trip to the College Cup in the 12-year history. Five teams participated in the NCAA Championship: UCLA, ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, STANFORD and WASHINGTON. The Huskies reached the third round. Arizona captured its first ever share of the Pac-10 title while posting a 15-6-0 overall record.

WASHINGTON's Tina Frimpong was named Pac-10 Player of the Year for the second consecutive year, while OREGON STATE'S Jodie Taylor was named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year. Wildcat Coach Dan Tobias picked up Conference Coach of the Year honors.

2004 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

NCAA FIRST ROUND - Fri., Nov. 12
Colgate 1, ARIZONA 0
Santa Clara 2, CALIFORNIA 1
STANFORD 2, Cal Poly 0
UCLA 1, Pepperdine 0
WASHINGTON 5, Birmingham-Southern 0

NCAA SECOND ROUND - Sun., Nov. 14
Santa Clara 1, STANFORD 0 (2OT)
UCLA 3, San Diego 0
WASHINGTON 1, Auburn 0

NCAA THIRD ROUND - Sat., Nov. 20
UCLA 2, Duke 0
WASHINGTON 1, Maryland 0

NCAA QUARTERFINALS - Nov. 26-28
UCLA 1, Ohio State 0
Princeton 3, WASHINGTON 1

NCAA SEMIFINALS - Dec. 3
UCLA 2, Princeton 0

NCAA FINALS - Dec. 5
Notre Dame 1, UCLA 1 (2OT) (4-3 ND/PK)

STATISTICAL LEADERS

INDIVIDUAL
Points: Tina Frimpong, WASH 37Goals: Tina Frimpong, WASH 16Assists: Iris Mora, UCLA 9 Mallory Miller, ARIZ 9Goalie Saves: McCall Smith, ARIZ 92Goals Against Average: Nicole Barnhart, STAN 0.44

TEAM
Points: UCLA 143Goals: UCLA 50Assists: UCLA 43Goals Allowed: STANFORD 10

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