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No. 2 UCLA Routs No. 16 California Baptist University, 17-8

Sep 16, 2022
Redshirt freshman Anthony Gross was one of five Bruins to score twice in the win over CBU.

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DAVIS, Calif. -- No. 2 UCLA (8-0) dominated the second and fourth quarters to run away with a 17-8 victory over No. 16 California Baptist University in its second game of the Aggie Roundup on Friday afternoon at UC Davis' Schaal Aquatics Center. UCLA improved to 13-0 in the series history against the Lancers.

The Bruins had 10 different players score in the game, which included five players with two goals apiece (sophomore Chase Dodd, super senior Jake Cavano, freshman Gray Carson, redshirt sophomore Gianpiero Di Martire, and redshirt freshman Anthony Gross). Dodd ended as the game's leading scorer with four points as he also was credited with a couple of assists.

Junior Garret Griggs started in the cage and went the distance, tallying 11 saves and one steal while allowing eight goals (five on power plays).

Toby Bumgardner led CBU with two goals and Tristan Felberg had six saves while surrendering 17 goals to UCLA.

> UCLA outscored the Lancers 5-3 in the first period.
> CBU opened the scoring (6:55) but Dodd answered to tie it up (6:27) on a power play off a feed from senior Tommy Gruwell.
> CBU regained the lead (6:05), but super senior Evan Rosenfeld set up Carson at two meters (5:26) who scored to tie it up.
> CBU would again take the lead (4:11), but Dodd had another answer with a strike from the front court (3:51) off a feed from Di Martire.
> Senior Tommy Gruwell gave the Bruins their first lead of the game from the front court (3:03) and UCLA never trailed again.
> Dodd then set up Di Martire (0:21) who scored a power play goal to end the scoring in the first.

> UCLA dominated the second period, 5-1, to take a 10-4 lead into the break.
> After CBU opened the scoring in the second with a power play goal (7:32) to cut the deficit to just one goal at 5-4, the Bruins reeled off five straight goals.
> Redshirt junior Giorgio Alessandria started the string with a goal at set (6:23), followed by a second tally from Di Martire (5:22).
> Redshirt junior Jack Larsen found the back of the net from the front court (4:41) and then Cavano went back-to-back (3:28 and 0:41) to end the scoring in the first half.
> The two teams battled to a 3-3 draw in the third quarter as UCLA took a 13-7 lead into the final period.
> After a goal from CBU (7:17), Rosenfeld scored (6:42) a power play goal off a feed from senior Andy Rodgers to push the lead to 11-5.
> Redshirt freshman Grant Loth scored the first goal of his career in just his second game of the season from two meters (3:41).
> CBU scored twice (3:03 and 1:16) to trim the Bruins' lead to 12-7.
> But Loth drew a penalty (1:02), which was converted by Gross, his first collegiate goal, to end the scoring in the third.

> UCLA won the fourth quarter, 4-1, to provide the 17-8 final.
> Gross opened the scoring in the fourth (5:30) with a heater from the front court.
> Redshirt junior Max Berg then scored his first goal of the year from the front court (2:44) to put UCLA up 15-7.
> Carson then netted his second of the game from the front court (2:04) to make it 16-7.
> Redshirt freshman Trey Doten, playing in just his second game of his career, scored his first collegiate goal from the front court (1:16) to put the Bruins up by double digits (17-7).
> Logan Puhl scored from the front court for CBU (0:55) to end the scoring.

The Bruins will face No. 11 Princeton at 10:30 a.m. PT and No. 14 Harvard at 2:15 p.m. PT tomorrow to conclude play at the Aggie Roundup.

No. 2 UCLA vs. No. 16 California Baptist University (Aggie Roundup - Game 2)

No. 16 CBU 3 1 3 1 8
No. 2 UCLA 5 5 3 4 17

6x5 - UCLA - 5/7 - CBU - 5/6
Penalties - UCLA - 1/1 - CBU - 0/0

CBU Goals: Toby Bumgardner 2, Caleb Teraoka 1, Matt Olsen 1, Bodhi Bowden 1, Angel Sanchez 1, Toring Stanley 1, Logan Puhl 1
CBU Saves: Tristan Felberg 6

UCLA Goals: Chase Dodd 2, Jake Cavano 2, Gianpiero Di Martire 2, Gray Carson 2, Anthony Gross 2, Evan Rosenfeld 1, Jack Larsen 1, Grant Loth 1, Max Berg 1, Trey Doten 1, Tommy Gruwell 1, Giorgio Alessandria 1
UCLA Saves: Garret Griggs 11