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NCAA.com | August 28, 2014

Memorable Moments

Florida State and UCLA went back and forth for 90 minutes of scoreless soccer in the Women's College Cup Final last fall, requiring an overtime period to determine a champion. 

In overtime, UCLA's Kodi Lavrusky received a through-pass from teammate Megan Oyster and buried it in the back of the net. The goal gave the Bruins their first women's soccer national championship in the history of the program. 

UCLA athletics recently released a video recapturing the moment as told by Lavrusky and can be seen above. 

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