|W||UCLA BruinsUCLA||6-0||Oregon State BeaversORST||21 Oct, 2018||United States NCAA Women's Soccer|
|W||UCLA BruinsUCLA||2-1||Oregon DucksORE||19 Oct, 2018||United States NCAA Women's Soccer|
|W||Washington HuskiesWASH||0-2||UCLA BruinsUCLA||13 Oct, 2018||United States NCAA Women's Soccer|
|W||UCLA BruinsUCLA||2-0||Arizona WildcatsARIZ||7 Oct, 2018||United States NCAA Women's Soccer|
Wendie Renard wins it for Lyon in stoppage time
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Atlanta boss regrets 'ridiculous' pay equity remark
Atlanta United coach Frank de Boer said he regrets his choice of words in a British newspaper interview about gender equity in soccer and stressed that he's a big supporter of the women's game.
Bayern no longer a sure thing to win the Bundesliga?
The FC guys discuss the odds to win the 2019-20 Bundesliga and assess Bayern's chances of retaining the title.
Can Barcelona beat Bilbao without Messi?
The FC crew examine Barcelona's probable lineup to face Athletic after Lionel Messi was left off the list of players traveling to Bilbao.
Was Man United's transfer window a success or failure?
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on Manchester United's transfer dealings and their current standing among Europe's elite.
Will Virgil van Dijk beat Messi & Ronaldo to UEFA POTY?
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop ranks the three finalists for the UEFA Men's Player of the Year award.
Zlatan 'not wrong' by saying Pavon is too good for MLS
Shaka Hislop says that while he doesn't understand the motive behind it, he agrees with Zlatan Ibrahimovic that new teammate Cristian Pavon is far above an average MLS player.
Bronze nominated for UEFA Player of the Year
Lucy Bronze, Ada Hegerberg and Amandine Henry have been nominated for the UEFA Women's Player of the Year award.
Frappart becomes first woman to ref UEFA men's final
Referee Stephanie Frappart became the first woman to officiate a major European men's final in Liverpool's UEFA Super Cup shootout win over Chelsea.
Rapinoe: Any talks must start with equal pay
Megan Rapinoe says players have not closed the door on resolving their equal pay dispute with U.S. Soccer out of court, but any conversations with the federation must begin with women's players receiving equal pay to their male counterparts.