UCLA Women’s Soccer Host Arizona In Their Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game


The UCLA Women’s Soccer team is getting the word out about Breast Cancer Awareness and will wear pink uniforms against #15 Arizona.

If you wear pink, you are in! That is right Ladies and Gentlemen it is the UCLA Women”s Soccer team’s annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game and they are looking to get back on track after two tough losses up in Washington last weekend. The Bruins face Top 25 team Arizona at 7pm at Drake Stadium on the campus of UCLA.

The UCLA Women’s Soccer team will be wearing an alternate uniform, if you will, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. Per UCLABruins.com, the uniforms will be auctioned off after the game with all the proceeds going to breast cancer research and awareness.

Admission to the game is $8 for adults and $5 for children (3-16), but as you see from above, admission is free for those wearing pink!

As for the game, UCLA looks to right the ship after losing to Washington and Washington State last weekend. The Bruins have to really dig deep on Friday night when the #15 Arizona Wildcats come into town. Arizona is currently 8-2-1, 2-1-0 and coming off a loss themselves as they were taken down at home against Stanford.

The Bruins are 5-6 overall, but only 1-2 in conference play, so they are still in the hunt for a second consecutive Pac-12 title, but they are going to have to play traditional Coach Amanda Cromwell soccer starting Friday night if they want to stay in the race. Either way, this is going to be one hell of a Pac-12 game so get out to Drake Stadium and wear pink!

Go Bruins!

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