The third-ranked Washington Huskies saw their season-opening 15-game unbeaten streak come to an end, falling 2-1 at UCLA on Sunday afternoon.
The Huskies outshot UCLA 12-5 and held a 5-3 advantage in shots on goal and 7-3 lead in corner kicks.
But the Bruins capitalized on their chances, jumping in front in the 19th minute when Victor Chavez finished a pass from Jordan Vale.
The Huskies responded, tying the game in the 42nd as James Moberg scored his first goal of the season off a Michael Harris flip throw.
Gage Zerboni put the Bruins ahead for good in the 70th minute, heading in a cross from Leo Stolz and sending the Dawgs to their first loss of the season.
Darwin Jones led the Huskies with three shots and Justin Schmidt put two shots on goal for the Huskies.
The Huskies fell to 11-1-4 and 4-1-2 in the Pac-12. The Dawgs return home to host Stanford on November 8.
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