UCLA Visits Clemson For Second Round NCAA Tilt

UCLA Visits Clemson For Second Round NCAA Tilt

UCLA (11-6-1) at No. 12 Clemson (13-6-1)
NCAA Tournament – Second Round
Date/Time: Sunday, Nov. 20 – 3:00 p.m. (PT)
Location: Clemson, S.C. (Historic Riggs Field)
Stream: ESPN+
Live Stats


After downing California Baptist by a score of 2-1 in the first round on Thursday, UCLA (11-6-1) will travel to ACC-member and reigning National Champion Clemson (13-6-1) for a Second Round showdown on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. PT (6:00 p.m. local time). The game will be streamed live on ESPN+ (subscription required). Fans can also follow along with live stats on, and live updates on Twitter from @UCLAMSoccer


  • UCLA is 11-6-1 overall on the year, and is appearing in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year
  • The Bruins are making their 47th all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament, going 75-42 and winning four titles
  • UCLA allowed one goal or fewer in 10 consecutive games from Sept. 15 to Oct. 29, has given up = 1 GA in 12 of the last 13 games
  • The 10-game streak with one goal against or fewer was the program’s longest since 2005
  • Jose Sosa and Tommy Silva were named to the Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team (four others were honorable mentions)
  • UCLA ended the regular season with an RPI of 26
  • The Bruins have kept a clean sheet in four of the last eight games
  • 14 different players have recorded a point so far for UCLA, including 10 separate goalscorers
  • UCLA’s eight shutouts on the season are tied for No. 21 in the country
  • UCLA is 9-0 this season when scoring first, and 2-6 when conceding first
  • In all competitions, the Bruins are averaging just 4.05 shots on goal against 
  • 2021: 11-7-1, reached second round of NCAA Tournament, +8 goal differential (all best since 2015)

The winner of Sunday’s UCLA-Clemson game will go on to face the winner of No. 11 SMU vs. Vermont, on either Nov. 25 or 26. SMU (10-5-1) is hosting Vermont (14-3-2) in Dallas starting at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. 


  • UCLA earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament after going 10-6-1 overall and finishing fourth in the Pac-12
  • Last year, the Bruins defeated UC Santa Barbara at home in the first round before dropping a 2-1 heartbreaker at Duke
  • This is UCLA’s 47th appearance in the NCAA…

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