After conceding a goal in the first minute of overtime, Stanford women’s soccer (5-6-2, 4-4-2 Pac-12) lost 2-1 in its Breast Cancer Awareness match against Pac-12 champions No. 5 UCLA (12-1-1, 9-1-0 Pac-12).
In a frustrating match, Stanford (5-5-1, 4-3-0) women’s soccer lost to Arizona State University (8-2-2, 4-1-2 Pac-12) on Sunday. Despite outshooting the Sun Devils, the Cardinal could not come back after it conceded two early goals and fell 2-0.
After a tight, hard-fought match, Stanford women’s soccer (5-3-1, 4-1-0 Pac-12) tied the University of Oregon (5-3-3, 3-2-1 Pac-12) with a final score of 0-0.
Despite dominating the match in many aspects, Stanford women’s soccer (4-3, 3-1 Pac-12) was unable to pull off the win against rival Cal (4-2, 2-2 Pac-12), losing by a score of 0-1. This marks the Cardinal’s first loss to the Bears in eight years as well as its first conceded goal to the Bears in four seasons.
With a goal from freshman midfielder/forward Catherine Paulson in the 79th minute, No. 21 Stanford women’s soccer (4-2, 3-1 Pac-12) was able to clutch the victory against the No. 22 University of Washington (4-1-2, 1-1-2 Pac-12) by a final score of 1-0.
After having its matches against Santa Clara and University of San Francisco canceled, Stanford women’s soccer (0-0, 0-0 Pac-12) will now begin its season on Friday as it takes on visiting Pepperdine (1-1, 0-0 WCC).
The season-opening match for women's soccer, originally scheduled for Wednesday against the University of San Francisco, has been canceled.
After finishing last weekend with a 1-2 record in Little Rock, Stanford wrestling (4-2, 3-0 Pac-12) will head to Corvallis, OR to take on Oregon State (3-4, 0-0- Pac-12) and Utah Valley (1-1, 0-1 Big-12) on Sunday.
Stanford wrestling (3-0, 3-0 Pac-12) will face off against Little Rock (2-6, 1-3 Pac-12), South Dakota State (2-3, 1-2 Big 12) and the University of Oklahoma (2-3, 1-2 Big 12) in a triple header in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Sunday.
Just four days after appearing in her first game for the U.S. Women’s National Team, forward Catarina Macario ’21 got her first start on Thursday afternoon for the USA.
Less than a week after receiving FIFA approval to represent the U.S. in international competition, senior forward Catarina Macario earned her first United States women’s national soccer team (USWNT) cap as she entered the match against Colombia in the 45th minute.
Senior forward Madison Haley was selected seventh in the NWSL 2021 Draft by the Chicago Red Stars. Haley and fellow Cardinal senior Kiki Pickett — who was picked fourth overall — became the 43rd and 44th Stanford women’s soccer players to enter the domestic league.
Senior defender Kiara “Kiki” Pickett was selected fourth in the National Women's Soccer League 2021 Draft by Kansas City (previously Utah Royals).
After announcing last week that she would forgo her senior year of eligibility to turn professional, midfielder Catarina Macario signed a 2.5-year deal with Olympique Lyonnais Féminin, the most successful club in the history of the French women’s soccer league (Division 1 Féminine).
On Friday, Jan. 8, star senior midfielder Catarina Macario announced she will forgo her senior season and turn professional.
Since the Cardinal varsity team was founded in 1984, 17 players have gone on to play for the national team. The question for me, then, was why. Why is Stanford women’s soccer so successful?
From foul trouble, to cold shooting, to missed rebounds, Tuesday's semifinal matchup at the Maui Invitational was rocky for Stanford (1-1, 0-0 Pac-12). Despite a strong defensive effort and a stellar performance by senior guard Daejon Davis, the Cardinal came just short of defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels, (3-0, 0-0 ACC) falling 67-63.