Stanford wrestling travels to Reno Tournament of Champions; women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer earn postseason awards; Cardinal appears in men’s and women’s gymnastics polls; men’s volleyball picked fourth in MPSF; seven softball games to be televised
Last Friday, senior midfielder Mariah Nogueira was named Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year and joined fellow seniors defender Alina Garciamendez and defender Rachel Quon on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s (NSCAA) All-America teams.
While the football team booked a ticket to the Rose Bowl after a late field-goal miss from UCLA, the women’s soccer team’s season ended when North Carolina’s Kealia Ohai scored a breakaway in the 104th minute to give the Tar Heels a 1-0 win.
With two hard-fought victories over Los Angeles rivals USC and UCLA, the No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer team clinched its fourth straight Pac-12 title this weekend.
The Stanford women’s soccer team routed Oregon State 5-1 at home Thursday night to take the early lead in the Pac-12 conference and extend its unbeaten run at home to 60 games.
The No. 25 Stanford football team may have dominated Duke on Saturday, but Cardinal sports teams had a great all-around weekend as well.
A late Mariah Nogueira header pushed the No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer team past No. 6 Penn State on Friday night, further asserting the defending national champion Cardinal’s spot atop the rankings with the 3-2 victory in University Park, Penn.
Gold medalist Kelley O’Hara ’10 spoke with The Daily during last Friday’s women’s soccer season opener, just after spending time on the air as part of the Pac-12 Networks’ first live event broadcast.