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Phoenix, AZ - UCLA held off the club from ASU in a nail biter to win 10-9 and win the WWLL D1 Championship.  The Sun Devils mounted a furious fourth quarter rally to pull within a goal with 2:02 left in the game but could not get the equalizer and force the overtime.  UCLA survived.  

The Bruins led 8-3 at halftime and 10-4 going into the fourth quarter but every shot they took for the rest of the game was stopped by ASU senior goalie Alex Labrosse (Amherst, NH). Labrosse was 100% on saves in the final period and the Sun Devils outscored UCLA 5-0 in that quarter fueled by her saves. The Bruins got to the championship game with an 18-3 win over the club from UC Davis and a 15-4 win over the club from UC Berkeley.  ASU advanced with a 20-10 win over Cal Poly and an 11-6 win over Grand Canyon.  

The championship for UCLA is their fifth all-time in the WWLL.  The Bruins have won it in 2003, 2014, 2016, 2019 and now in 2024.  The championship count is catching the UCSB total of six from championships in 1991, 1992, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2012, 

With the win UCLA earned the WWLL D1 automatic qualifier berth in the WCLA National Tournament.  That national championship event is May 7 - 10, 2024 at the Stryker Sports Complex in Wichita, Kansas. ASU and San Diego State are two ranked WWLL D1 teams in the WCLA Top 20 Poll who will have to wait for word about at-large invitations. 

Complete WWLL Tournament Results & Brackets (Tourney Machine) 

Select WWLL Tournament game replays, including the championship game, may be found on the YouTube Channel for South Mountain Sports.  

Posted on April 14 2024

Phoenix, AZ - Cal State San Marcos repeated as WWLL Division 2 champions with a 14-8 win over the cinderella story University of San Diego team to get their second straight WWLL championship. The 7th seeded Toreros were spinning as a cinderella with their 10-9 upset of second seeded Cal Poly B in their quarterfinal and their 14-10 upset of third seeded Concordia of Irvine in the semifinals on Saturday.

While the Toreros were the story of the day on Saturday in D2 of the WWLL Tournament hosted by Grand Canyon University it were the Cougars as the team of the day on Sunday. In 2023 Cal State San Marcos were 19-1 winners over 3rd seeded UC Santa Cruz for that past title but had to do more work to get by cross-town rival University of San Diego.  In the first half the Cougars led 6-1 and then won the second half 8-7 for the 14-8 final result. 

Cal State San Marcos receives the WWLL D2 automatic qualifier berth in the WCLA National Tournament. That national championship event is May 7 - 10, 2024 at the Stryker Sports Complex in Wichita, Kansas. Six other WWLL D2 teams ranked in the WCLA Top 20 Poll will wait for word about at-large invitations.  

Complete Results & Brackets (Tourney Machine) 

Select WWLL Tournament game replays, including the championship game, may be found on the YouTube Channel for South Mountain Sports.  

 

Posted on April 14 2024
Date Home Score Away Score
04/14 UCLA UCLA 10 ASU ASU 9
04/14 CP 'B' CP 'B' 5 UCLA 'B' UCLA 'B' 4
04/14 CAL CAL 7 GCanyon GCanyon 13
04/14 Concordia Concordia 13 STAN STAN 11
04/14 CSUSM CSUSM 14 USD USD 8
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