With three first-half goals, No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (2-0, 0-0 Pac-12) clinched a second win over a ranked opponent on its season-opening road trip. The Cardinal took advantage of defensive miscues to put away No. 11 West Virginia (1-1, 0-0 Big12) 3-1 on a neutral site at State College, PA.
After six NFL seasons, Andrew Luck ’12 announced his retirement Saturday at the age of 29.
No. 3 Women’s soccer (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12), the first team on Stanford’s 2019-20 athletic calendar, started the year on a high note with a 2-1 road win over No. 6 Penn State (0-1, 0-0 Big Ten) on Friday. Both Stanford goals came courtesy of the dynamic boot of junior forward Catarina Macario.
The same excitement of this summer’s Women’s World Cup is present at Cagan Stadium for No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer. The Cardinal, however, are more accustomed to sitting at the top of the polls. Before the program-record 45-game win streak was snapped in the semifinals of the 2018 College Cup to eventual champion Florida State, Stanford had held the No. 1 spot since Oct. 10, 2017.
With three official practices complete, No. 23 Stanford football has opened its fall camp. Ahead of the Aug. 31 season opener against Northwestern, preparation is paramount to success for the Cardinal, a team widely considered to have the toughest schedule in the nation. “I think it’s great. I love playing in big games,” said senior…
Two weeks after sighting of a noose on campus sparked campus controversy, Stanford Public Safety believe that the 3-foot long rope, recognized as a hate symbol, may have been on campus for months.
The record-breaking USWNT cruised to the most goals in a tournament (26) and a game (13) en route to becoming just the second nation to win back-to-back titles.
Though Sunday marks the conclusion of the World Cup, the entire 23-player roster plays stateside in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), including two Stanford players on Utah Royals FC.