The UCLA men's soccer team secured its 28th consecutive NCAA tournament bid Monday, receiving the No. 8 overall seeding and a bye for the first round. UCLA awaits the winner of Santa Clara-Sacramento State and will play Sunday afternoon at Drake Stadium.
The Bruins (14-4-1), who have four national championships to their name, finished in second place in the Pac-10 Conference, behind No. 6-seeded California. UCLA's last NCAA title came in 2002.