The USC women's soccer team met two of its goals by scoring one.
The Trojans upset their crosstown rival UCLA, 1-0, Friday and set a national attendance record with a crowd of 8,527 at the Coliseum, beating the NCAA regular-season record of 8,204 set in 2006 when North Carolina visited Texas A&M.
Groups of high school soccer teams, club teams and even a fraternity of shirtless men with "Trojan Knights" written across their chests in face paint were among the fans who witnessed the Trojans' first win against the Bruins since upsetting them in the 2007 NCAA semifinals.
The USC goal came in the 86th minute when freshman midfielder Autumn Altamirano scored on Karter Haug's assist. Altamirano said she was extremely nervous before the game because she had never played in front of such a large crowd.