The Stanford women’s soccer team announced today that it had signed seven new players from the class of 2018 to make up what TopDrawerSoccer.com is calling the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class.
The No. 17 Cardinal (14-5-1) will experience deja vu tonight as the team kicks off against No. 14 South Carolina (17-3-2) at UCLA’s Drake Stadium for its second-round NCAA tournament match.
Hearts racing, surrounded by deafening noise and pumped up with adrenaline, 11 players step onto the field for what could be the last time of… Continue Reading »
Following two tough losses at the end of the regular season, everything was clicking for the Cardinal (14-5-1) on Friday night as it beat Cal… Continue Reading »
It was a rough day for the No. 7 Cardinal (13-4-1, 6-4-1 Pac-12) in Pullman, Wash., on Sunday as the women’s soccer team lost 1-0… Continue Reading »
The skid is over and order has been restored for No. 8 Stanford women’s soccer after two convincing victories against Oregon and Oregon State this… Continue Reading »
The No. 10 Stanford women’s soccer team (9-3-1, 2-3-0 Pac-12) goes up against unranked Utah (7-2-5, 3-1-1) Friday night in the final match of its five-game homestead.
Not only will it attempt to restart the team’s historic success in a win against the Utes, but also it will do so in front of over 60 of the program’s alumnae, who will be honored in a halftime ceremony as part of Homecoming Weekend.