* Already known as a powerhouse in men's soccer, UCLA continued its winning tradition with its third national championship after a 2-0 victory over Virginia on Dec. 14.
In the 1-0 semifinal victory over previously undefeated and top-seeded Indiana, Reis tied a school record with 11 saves. McKinley Tennyson's game-winning goal came in the third overtime. Coach Sigi Schmid was named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation coach of the year for the third consecutive season and 11 Bruins were named to the all-conference team.
USC's Simun Cimerman scored with eight seconds left to force overtime. The teams scored a goal each in the first overtime and were on their way to a scoreless second overtime when Andy Bruininga scored with 44 seconds left to give Pepperdine its first championship in 12 trips to the tournament.