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By ESPN Staff

UCLA 3-0 Miami: DiMartino hits brace

The second-ranked UCLA women's soccer team picked up its sixth straight shutout in recording a 3-0 victory over Miami at Drake Stadium. The Bruins (6-0-1), who haven't allowed a goal since the season opener against UCSB, have outscored their opponents 19-1 through the first seven matches.

Senior midfielder Christina DiMartino scored the Bruins' first two goals of the match, both coming off assists from Lauren Cheney. Sophomore Kylie Wright notched the first goal of her career for UCLA's third.

UCLA played its two goalkeepers for the fourth straight match. Senior Ashley Thompson got the start before being relieved by freshman Yiana Dimmitt in the 62nd minute. UCLA outshot Miami, 27-5 for the match.

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