UCLA women’s soccer is now only one game shy of making it to the final four.
But the Bruins might not have gotten this far if not for their offense – particularly the clutch play of Anika Rodriguez.
The redshirt sophomore forward has scored the game-winning goals in the past two games against Northwestern and No. 3 seed Virginia (13-6-4).
The Cavaliers (12-8-3) denied the No. 2 seed Bruins (18-2-2) from advancing in the tournament in 2014, when Virginia took UCLA down 2-1 during the...