Recap: No. 7 Washington men's soccer scores four goals in one half for the first time since 2016 in 5-1 win over UCLA

Pac-12 Networks' Elise Woodward takes a closer look at No. 7 Washington men's soccer's 5-1 triumph over UCLA on Thursday afternoon in Seattle. The game was virtually decided by the 26th minute with the Huskies' jumping out to a 4-0 lead thanks to two goals from Kendall Burks (13', 16) and one goal apiece from Nick Scardina (19') and Dylan Teves (26'). Washington's four first half goals were the most the Huskies' have scored in a half since 2016. UCLA did make it on the board thanks to Riley Ferch's goal in the 68th minute. But Scardina scored his second goal of the night in the game's 77th minute to ensure the rout.