ARCADIA- For the second-straight game, UC Santa Cruz did all their scoring in the second half, but kept the scoring going once they did.
UC Santa Cruz (9-2-2) won their second-straight game and shut out an opponent for the ninth time this season.
UCSC had an 11-2 shot advantage in the first half, but the Sea Beggars (3-10) held off the attacks, with goalkeeper Lindsey Clayton coming up with three saves.
UCSC didn't let up in the second half, and broke the deadlock 3:14 in when Bulli got on the end of Julia Hernandez's pass.
Scarlett added the second one with 17:10 left and Bulli finished her brace 3:03 later, finishing a pass from fellow freshman Chella Grattet to make it 3-0.
Hoshijima finished the scoring with 2:18 left after coming on for Bulli.
UCSC had a 34-6 shot advantage in the game, with 23 coming in the second half. Alyssa Diaz-Tucker had two saves in the match, coming up with a big one with 22:43 remaining to keep UCSC in the lead.
UC Santa Cruz finishes their road-trip next Thursday when they face Division II rivals Stanislaus State in Turlock.
Bulli scored her 7th and 8th goals of the season. It's the most goals by a UCSC freshman since Sara Sadler scored 7 in 2011.
Diaz Tucker lowered her GAA to 0.43 with the shutout, good for 15th in the nation.