Photo by: Nash Howe
The 2018 women's soccer seniors, from left, Mary Reilly, Megumi Barber, Kelsey Kimball and Summer Bales. Not pictured but also to be recognized Sunday is starting goalie Angelica Ramos.

No. 11 Tritons Need Homecoming Win Over Cal State LA Friday Night to Go Top of Table; Senior Day is Sunday


Match 15 - UC San Diego Homecoming
vs. Cal State LA (8-3-2, 4-2-2 CCAA)
Friday, Oct. 19 • 7 p.m.
Triton Soccer Stadium • La Jolla
Live Video ($) • Live Stats

Match 16 - Senior Day
vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (2-9-2, 1-6-1 CCAA)
Sunday, Oct. 21 • 2 p.m.
Triton Soccer Stadium • La Jolla
Live Video ($) • Live Stats

The No. 11 University of California San Diego women's soccer program has one final home weekend for the 2018 regular season ahead, hosting a pair of southern California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) rivals. The third-place Tritons (12-1-1, 7-1 CCAA) host sixth-place Cal State LA (8-3-2, 4-2-2 CCAA) in primetime on Friday, Oct. 19, with kickoff at Triton Soccer Stadium slated for 7 p.m. They then welcome in 12th-place Cal State Dominguez Hills (2-9-2, 1-6-1 CCAA) on Sunday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. on Senior Day. Five seniors will be honored at approximately 1:50 p.m., though that time could be delayed if the men's game goes long. Both matches will cap doubleheaders with the No. 24 UC San Diego men.

There is much on the line Friday night against Cal State LA. With Chico State being held to a 1-1 draw at Stanislaus State on Wednesday night, the Tritons are just two points back of the 'Cats with one game in hand, and one point behind Sonoma State, with two matches in hand over the Seawolves. With both Chico State and Sonoma State idle on Friday, a win for UC San Diego over Cal State LA would vault it into sole possession of first place, with three games to go. It would also clinch a fifth successive CCAA Tournament berth for the Tritons, and 18th in 19 seasons as a league member. Three points Friday would also mean no worse than the No. 4 seed for that event, and thus a home game to begin their postseason run.

Once again in 2018, all regular-season home matches at Triton Soccer Stadium are free to attend. Parking permits are required, however, on weeknights on the UC San Diego campus. Parking permits can be purchased at machines situated at corners of either of the nearest parking lots, which are behind the spectator stand, and the Hopkins Parking Structure adjacent to RIMAC. Parking is free on Saturday and Sunday. By University policy, pets are not allowed at Triton Soccer Stadium, with the exception of service animals.

All UC San Diego home games in 2018 feature a live pay-per-view video stream on The cost is $5.99 for a 24-hour window, meaning one fee for doubleheaders, and $34.99 for the entire 2018-19 academic year, to include other Triton athletics teams. Broadcasts are in high definition and can be viewed from smartphones and tablets alongside desktop and laptop computers. Seth Smith (@ItsSethESmith) handles the play-by-play duties. Events are archived. All games have live stats. Fans can access live coverage from the Schedule/Results page, or by clicking on the links above. Starting lineups, live in-game updates and other news and notes can be found by following Triton Soccer all season long on the UC San Diego Athletics Twitter handle (@UCSDtritons). You can also check out in-match Instagram stories during home dates on the UC San Diego Athletics account (@ucsdtritons). Finally, check out the CCAA live scoreboard here to keep up on results around the league.

This weekend, Oct. 19-21, is UC San Diego Homecoming, with the University and athletics department combining efforts for the very first time, and we can't wait to see everyone back on campus! All-time leading scorer Heather (Mauro) Hilliard (1986-89) will be inducted into the UC San Diego Athletics Hall of Fame on Sunday afternoon, becoming the third member of the women's soccer program to be so honored, after Ele Johnson (Class of 2013) and Julia Cuder (2014). Hilliard, and all Triton soccer alums in attendance, will be recognized on the field during halftime of Friday night's match against Cal State LA.

All fans attending this Friday night's women's soccer match against Cal State LA will receive a free UC San Diego cinch backpack upon entry.

Wear gold to send off our seniors in style! Anyone in attendance on Senior Day this Sunday, Oct. 21, wearing gold, will receive a complimentary Chipotle coupon (buy-one-get-one-free).

Five outstanding Tritons, all current starters, will be recognized prior to Sunday's kickoff on Senior Day, in co-captain Summer Bales, Megumi Barber, Kelsey Kimball, Angelica Ramos and Mary Reilly. That ceremony is slated for an approximate 1:50 p.m. start, but would be delayed if the men's game goes long.

Wednesday marked the unveiling of the first official NCAA regional polls. Just like last year's initial listing, UC San Diego tops it, ahead of Concordia (OR), Western Washington, Chico State, Sonoma State, Point Loma, Cal State LA, Seattle Pacific and Simon Fraser. The top seven teams in the final edition of those rankings, up from six a year ago, qualify for the NCAA Championship. The second release is set for next Wednesday, Oct. 24. The NCAA field, expanded from 48 teams to 56 this season, will be unveiled on Monday, Nov. 5, at 3:30 p.m. PT, live on Once again this year, there are automatic qualifiers for all three West Region conferences in the CCAA, Great Northwest Athletic Conference and Pacific West Conference. The CCAA's automatic qualifier will be the tournament champion.

• Oct. 16: 11 (2nd in West)
• Oct. 9: 10 (2nd in West)
• Oct. 2: 1 (1st in West)
• Sept. 25: 1 (1st in West)
• Sept. 18: 2 (1st in West)
• Sept. 11: 2 (1st in West)
• Sept. 4: 2 (1st in West)
• Preseason: 5

UC San Diego achieved its third six-point CCAA weekend sweep of the season, getting a pair of second-half Mary Reilly goals to get past Cal State San Bernardino and Cal Poly Pomona. Friday in San Bernardino, the Tritons left it late, with Reilly's tally coming at 87:27, as she took a short pass from freshman Marissa Ray and shot right-footed from 20 yards into the upper netting. Sunday in Pomona, the lone goal came at 55:28. Maddy Samilo stole the ball toward the right flank, dribbled forward and played a left-footed pass to Reilly, who rounded the goalie with her left foot and shot right-footed into the empty net. Angelica Ramos made two saves on Friday, and had a tough stop early in each half on Sunday en route to five more saves and a third consecutive clean sheet.

UC San Diego ascended to the top of the United Soccer Coaches Division II national poll on Sept. 25. It marked the Tritons' first No. 1 ranking since Sept. 2, 2002. They held onto that spot for the Oct. 2 listing, before a road split moved them back down to No. 10. Triton great and current coach Kristin Jones was an All-American junior forward on that 2012 team, which began the year as the two-time defending Division II national champion. When UC San Diego lined up against Sonoma State on Sept. 28, it was the first time it had taken the field as the No. 1 team in the land, since Sept. 2, 2002, when the lone goal in a 1-0 season-opening home win over Tusculum (TN), came from Jones in the 71st minute. Reigning national champion Central Missouri had its 32-game win streak (perfect 26-0 for first crown last year) snapped at Missouri Western in St. Joseph, Mo., on Sept. 21, 1-0, moving then-undefeated UC San Diego up from No. 2.

UC San Diego's 27-game (23-0-4) unbeaten run, a new record for its Division II history (since 2000), was one of several lengthy streaks snapped by the Tritons' 1-0 loss at Cal State San Marcos on Oct. 3. The overall streak had matched the all-time program standard, with a previous 27-gamer (24-0-3) from Oct. 12, 1992, through Nov. 7, 1993. Both those years ended in Division III third-place finishes.

UC San Diego is 31-1-1 over its last 33 conference matches. The Tritons were 28-0-1 in their last 29 CCAA games and 37-0-2 over the previous 39 contests against CCAA opposition, prior to the Oct. 3 loss at Cal State San Marcos. Both those streaks began after another 1-0 CCAA road loss, at Sonoma State, on Oct. 18, 2015. UC San Diego had won 23 straight league matches prior to a 1-1 draw at Cal State East Bay last Oct. 26, and 29 straight games against CCAA foes before a scoreless tie at Cal State San Marcos last Oct. 21. The Tritons held a 93-15 scoring advantage and trailed in only three of those 39 matches. In 2016, UC San Diego completed the league slate unbeaten and untied for the first time since joining the CCAA in 2000, at a perfect 12-0. It marked the first such effort by a CCAA squad since Sonoma State went 14-0 in 1998. The Tritons went on to win both of their CCAA Tournament games, 2-0 and 1-0, to give them a 14-0 mark against CCAA foes, outscoring them 35-2 during the regular season and 38-2 overall. UC San Diego followed that up with a 10-0-1 ledger in 2017 to become the first team in CCAA women's soccer history to post back-to-back unbeaten league slates. The 29-game run is a league record.

UC San Diego is an undefeated 25-0-1 over its last 26 home matches, dating back to a 1-0 defeat to then-sixth-ranked Colorado School of Mines on Sept. 11, 2016. The Tritons wound up 13-0-1 in La Jolla in 2017. They were winners of 19 straight at home ahead of a 1-1 draw with UC-Colorado Springs in last year's national quarterfinals, eliminated via penalty-kick tiebreaker. Thirteen marked UC San Diego's most home wins since going 15-1 in La Jolla in 2001 en route to winning its second straight Division II national title, at Triton Soccer Stadium. The only other times the Tritons have completed a home season unbeaten in their Divison II era, were 2006 (11-0-1), 2002 (9-0-1) and 2000 (12-0). Around that 2016 meeting with Mines, UC San Diego is 33-0-2 in La Jolla since its last home loss to an unranked team, a 3-2 overtime defeat to Cal State San Bernardino on Sept. 20, 2015.

Twice now this season, including this past week for her two game-winners on the road, fourth-year senior striker Mary Reilly swept the United Soccer Coaches Division II national and CCAA Player of the Week awards. She has three of each for her career. The first one in 2018 came on Sept. 18 after Reilly's five-goal outburst in a pair of wins to open league play at home. Her four-goal effort (watch here) in the 6-1 romp over Cal State Monterey Bay on Sept. 14, matched her career high, and marked her top output at Triton Soccer Stadium, having previously hit for four as a freshman at Cal State Dominguez Hills on Oct. 2, 2015. The performance included a first-half hat trick in a span of just 19:27, and bumped Reilly up over former strike partner (2015-17) Katie O'Laughlin (37) as the program's all-time goals leader for its NCAA Division II era, since 2000. The Chula Vista product began the year tied for 11th on the all-time chart, and is now alone in fifth with 43 career tallies, as she is in total points with 105. The milestone 40th was the opening winner in a 2-0 non-conference home defeat of Cal State San Marcos (9/22). Reilly leads the CCAA for a fourth straight year in shots (71), as well as in goals (10), points (20) and game-winning goals (five). She got up over 300 shots for her career in that CSUSM match, now at 338.

Redshirt junior Natalie Saddic may not get the statistical recognition from her holding central midfield position, but the first-year Triton co-captain is again the anchor of the nationally-ranked team. The 2017 unanimous All-American finally came off the field for the first and only time in 2018, for the final 7:51 of the first half at Cal State San Marcos on Oct. 3. She has otherwise played 1272 out of 1280 minutes, and guided the team to six shutouts through 14 matches, including the last three in a row. Offensively, Saddic helped set up both goals in a 2-0 home victory over city rival Cal State San Marcos (9/22), gaining credit for her first collegiate assist on the latter tally, and followed that up with her initial goal of 2018 to open the scoring in a 3-1 home win over Humboldt State (9/30). She has started 53 consecutive matches for UC San Diego.

Fourth-year senior winger Summer Bales, a first-time co-captain in 2018, leads the CCAA in assists for a second straight season, currently alone at the top with her five helpers. The Temecula native had a career-best seven assists in 2017. She has started the last 37 matches in a row, going back to her first collegiate start in the 2016 West Region final in Golden, Colo. Bales has an even 20 assists as a Triton.

Senior striker Megumi Barber was named the CCAA Player of the Week for the first time in her four-year career on Oct. 2. She provided assists on the Tritons' opening goals in back-to-back wins over No. 24 Sonoma State (9/28) and Humboldt State (9/30), before also scoring the late clincher in a 3-1 victory over the Jacks. Starting for the first time in her career, Barber has laid claim to some memorable, terrific goals for the Tritons. Of her nine career tallies, six in a row had been right-footed strikes from distance, prior to a left-footed chip from inside the penalty area against HSU. Click here for the midfield strike at Division I Hawai'i (9/7), and here for the free-kick banger against Cal State Monterey Bay (9/14).

Sophomores Michelle Baddour, Alexis Kirson and transfer Mia Bonifazi, along with true freshmen Ashlynn Kolarik, Christina Oddone and Marissa Ray, have notched their first collegiate goals this season. Kolarik, Oddone and Ray have been joined by Sophia Bruno, Emily Killeen, Hana Law and Lucy Tang as true freshmen to play their first collegiate games. Bonifazi made her first Triton appearance in the opener. Sydney Davey, a third-year Triton who had to sit out each of her first two seasons through separate injuries, earned her college debut in the CCAA opener against Cal State Monterey Bay.

The Tritons had used the exact same starting lineup for each of this season's first 13 contests, prior to Natalie Widmer being unavailable at Cal Poly Pomona on Oct. 14 and true freshman Hana Law drawing her first collegiate start at right back ... UC San Diego surrendered just 15 goals during the recently-ended 27-game unbeaten run, with an own goal, penalty kick and free kick among them, and posted 14 shutouts ... The Tritons had come out on the right side of 17 straight one-goal decisions prior to the 1-0 loss at CSUSM on Oct. 3, finishing 12-1 in such games a year ago, and currently at 9-1 this season ... The Tritons had nine 1-0 victories during their 27-game undefeated run, and have won a dozen 1-0 decisions since the start of the 2017 campaign ... At the conclusion of a fourth-ever trip to Hawai'i, UC San Diego is an unbeaten 7-0-1 on O'ahu, outscoring opponents, 16-3 ... The Tritons' 2-1 victory at Hawai'i on Sept. 7 marked their first date with a Division I program in over two decades, since a 3-0 home win, also over UH on Oct. 19, 1997 ... Prior to the meeting with Hawai'i Hilo on Sept. 9, UC San Diego had last held an opponent without a single shot attempt in a 2-0 home decision over Cal State LA on Oct. 14, 2016 ... UC San Diego is 17-1-1 in season openers in its Division II era (since 2000), having suffered a lone defeat in 2014 at Seattle Pacific and outscored its opponents, 12-2, in four consecutive wins since ... The Tritons are 11-8 in CCAA openers, with three straight wins through comfortable decisions at Cal State San Marcos (4-0) in 2016, vs. Chico State (3-0) a year ago, and vs. CSUMB (6-1) on Sept. 14 ... Two-time defending CCAA regular-season champion UC San Diego is again the preseason favorite to retain its crown, with 136 points and seven first-place votes.

UC San Diego's 30-player 2018 roster has just three seniors in fourth-year team members Summer Bales, Megumi Barber and Mary Reilly, though Kelsey Kimball and Angelica Ramos are both listed as redshirt juniors, also in their fourth year out of high school ... Bales and Natalie Saddic are first-time team co-captains in 2018 ... Thirteen newcomers have joined the program, including 12 true freshmen ... Eight players are from San Diego, in Saddic (San Diego/Torrey Pines HS), Michelle Baddour (San Diego/University City HS), Megumi Barber (San Diego/Mt. Carmel HS), Sydney Davey (La Jolla/La Jolla HS), Caitlin McCarthy (Carlsbad/Carlsbad HS), Christina Oddone (Carlsbad/Carlsbad HS), Mary Reilly (Chula Vista/Hilltop HS) and Maddy Samilo (Rancho Bernardo/Rancho Bernardo HS) ... Sophomore forwards Mia Bonifazi (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) and Alexis Kirson (Las Vegas, Nev.) are the only two Tritons from outside of California ... Kristin Jones (Oceanside HS), a two-time national champion and two-time All-American as one of the greatest players to ever come through the storied UC San Diego program, is in her 19th straight season as a Triton player or coach.

UC San Diego is the proud host of the 2018 CCAA Tournament semifinals and finals for the second consecutive year and fifth time in all. Two women's and two men's semifinals will be contested at Triton Soccer Stadium on Friday, Nov. 2, with the two finals set for Sunday, Nov. 4. Game times on Friday are 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., just like last year, though the exact order of games is still yet to be finalized. Sunday's game times are to be determined, but appear to be 11 or 11:30 a.m. for the first final, and 2 p.m. for the second. First-round matchups take place on the campuses of the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds on Tuesday, Oct. 30. In all four instances that UC San Diego has served as the host, the Triton women have won the event, in 2001, 2006, 2008 and 2017. The women's champion once again earn the CCAA's automatic berth into the NCAA Championship.

For the fifth year in a row, the CCAA slate consists of a single round robin, with all teams meeting once for 12 matches total, and the top six sides (based on most points; three points for a league win, one for a tie) in the final regular-season standings qualifying for the 2018 CCAA Tournament.

UC San Diego is led offensively and defensively by Mary Reilly (Chula Vista/Hilltop HS) and Natalie Saddic (San Diego/Torrey Pines HS), respectively. Reilly began a fourth and final season up top with 33 career goals, and as the CCAA's shots leader by a wide margin in each of her first three years. Saddic is back at holding central midfielder after a rash of injuries forced her to center back for the 2017 postseason. The third-year transfer from UC Davis was a unanimous All-American, and the CCAA Defensive Player of the Year and CCAA Tournament Most Valuable Defensive Player last fall. Joining Reilly as fourth-year Tritons are winger Summer Bales, forward Megumi Barber (San Diego/Mt. Carmel HS), and Kelsey Kimball, who takes over at center back after sitting out the entire 2017 season through injury. Barber is Reilly's new strike partner. True sophomores Delaney Whittet and Natalie Widmer return around Kimball at left and right back, respectively. Redshirt junior goalkeeper Angelica Ramos, the 2017 CCAA Newcomer of the Year, also is back from injury, with sophomore Katie Wilkes having taken over for the three NCAA Championship matches last November after Ramos left the CCAA final with a season-ending injury. Caitlin McCarthy (Carlsbad/Carlsbad HS) remains in central midfield, with fellow true sophomores and locals Michelle Baddour (San Diego/University City HS) and Maddy Samilo (Rancho Bernardo/Rancho Bernardo HS) slotting into the starting spots in central midfield and on the right wing, respectively. Baddour has taken over the No. 10 shirt.

UC San Diego went 17-2-3 overall and an unbeaten 10-0-1 in the CCAA a year ago. The season ended with a 17-game undefeated streak (14-0-3) as the Tritons played to a 1-1 home draw with UC-Colorado Springs in the national quarterfinals, and were eliminated via penalty-kick tiebreaker. That was after a second successive showdown with Western Washington in the West Region final, this one going to UC San Diego in front of the home crowd, 2-0, to complete its treble. The regular-season champion Tritons won the CCAA Tournament for a third straight and record 11th time, as the top-seeded host. Sonoma State was the opponent in a thrilling final, which UC San Diego rallied to take 4-3 thanks to Natalie Saddic's headed goal with 34 seconds left.

Cal State LA (8-3-2, 4-2-2 CCAA) was picked third in the CCAA preseason poll, drawing one of the 13 first-place votes. The Golden Eagles suffered a 2-0 defeat to UC San Diego in the 2016 CCAA Tournament final in Turlock. They are rated seventh in the West Region. CSULA blanked local CCAA rival Cal State Dominguez Hills on the road, 1-0, in a non-conference matchup last Saturday night. The lone goal came from Kimberly Surio at 71:34. Sophomore Paulina Chaidez, the 2017 CCAA Offensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year, has just six points from two goals and two assists. The Golden Eagles are an unbeaten 5-0-1 away from home in 2018. USC great Isabelle Harvey is in her sixth season at the helm. CSULA swept the CCAA regular-season and tournament titles in 2014.

UC San Diego leads the all-time series, 20-11-2, with most recently a comprehensive 3-0 triumph in Los Angeles last Sept. 24, and a pair of 2-0 victories in 2016. Those came in La Jolla during the regular season, and then in Turlock in the CCAA Tournament final. The rivals faced off twice in 2015. In non-conference play in La Jolla, the Tritons edged then-14th-ranked CSULA, 2-1, as Megumi Barber notched her first career goal at 75:08 after scores by Mary Reilly and Danielle Telles had cancelled each other out over the first nine minutes. A Telles penalty kick in the 74th minute was the lone goal later in Los Angeles. The teams played each other both in non-conference and conference action in 2014 as well. CSULA won 1-0 at home in CCAA play, just four days after a 1-1 stalemate in La Jolla. The Tritons had taken three straight over the Golden Eagles prior to their 2013 season finale, when they dropped a difficult 1-0 decision at home, Andrea Lammers scoring with just 42 seconds left in double overtime. UC San Diego needed to win that contest in order to qualify for a 14th straight CCAA Tournament. The Tritons won the first meeting in 2013, 3-1 in Los Angeles, overturning a 1-0 halftime deficit through an Izzy Pozurama equalizer and two Cassie Callahan goals. CSULA took the next three league matchups, all by a narrow 1-0 scoreline.

Cal State Dominguez Hills (2-9-2, 1-6-1 CCAA) dropped a 1-0 home decision to Cal State LA last Saturday night in its non-conference finale, just two days after a 1-0 double-overtime victory at Fresno Pacific. That result snapped a four-match losing skid in which the Toros were unable to manage a goal. Sofia Litendahl notched the winner at 107:15. Marine Cano is in his first season back in charge. Cano launched the CSUDH women's soccer program in 1984, and led it to its only national title in 1991. Cano was previously at the helm for 10 seasons, from 1984-93.

UC San Diego leads the all-time series, 27-17-5, and has won five straight by an aggregate score of 15-5, including 2-1 in Carson a year ago through a Mary Reilly brace, and 2-0 at home in 2016. In Carson on Oct. 2, 2015, Reilly struck for all four goals in a 4-2 triumph. In 2014, the Tritons first earned another 4-2 decision in Carson in non-conference action on Sept. 19 behind four different goal-scorers. Kiera Bocchino, who capped the scoring in that one, then hit a brace in a 3-0 rout in La Jolla on Senior Day on Oct. 30. The teams split two matchups in 2013, with each winning on the road. The lone goal in a 1-0 Triton victory in Carson on Sept. 13 came from a 61st-minute Cassie Callahan penalty kick. The Toros won 2-0 in La Jolla on Oct. 18. UC San Diego was unbeaten over its previous nine (6-0-3) against the Toros since a 2-1 overtime loss in La Jolla in the 2009 regular-season finale.

On Nov. 27, 2017, UC San Diego was officially invited to become a member of the NCAA Division I Big West Conference. The Tritons will begin a four-year reclassification period starting in the fall of 2020. They will play a full Big West schedule that season and will be eligible for the NCAA Championship in men's volleyball, men's and women's water polo, and fencing. For the 2024-25 academic year, all sports will be eligible to compete in Big West and NCAA Division I championships. Read the full press release here.

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UC San Diego heads to Northern California to round out the regular season, at rivals Stanislaus State on Thursday, Oct. 25, in primetime at 7 p.m., and league leader Chico State on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 11:30 a.m.

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