Eighth-ranked Stanford men’s soccer (9-2, 3-0 Pac-12) utilized passing prowess and a balanced offensive attack to overpower one of the best goalies in the league Sunday afternoon, as they defeated 24th-ranked Cal (7-3, 2-1) by a 3-0 margin on the road.
The Stanford men’s soccer team continues to shine. It remains undefeated in its last seven road PAC-12 matches dating back to last season, keeping the streak alive with a 1-0 win against UCLA on Sunday at Drake Stadium in Los Angeles. No. 11 Cardinal (8-2-0, Pac-12 2-0-0) have won their last seven matches against the Bruins (3-5-0, 0-2-0) over several seasons.
No. 11 Stanford men’s soccer (6-2-0) is off to a strong start this season. It began with three rapid wins over Creighton, Northeastern and SMU in the first week of September.
The back-to-back national champion Stanford men’s soccer look to start their season with a win at San Jose State as they take on the Spartans Friday Aug. 25.
The only thing harder than reaching the top, is staying there. For the first time in program history, Stanford won a consecutive national championship today, thanks to two incredible saves from senior goalkeeper Andrew Epstein in penalty kicks.
Stanford men’s soccer (14-3-5) advances to its second consecutive College Cup final after defeating ninth-seeded UNC (14-3-4) in ten rounds of penalty kicks at BBVA Compass Stadium on Friday night.
No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (14-3-4) advanced to its second consecutive College Cup after defeating No.4 Louisville (14-6-2) 2-0 on Saturday afternoon at Lynn Stadium.
It’s Cardinal against Cardinals this Saturday at 4 p.m., as No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer takes on No. 4 Louisville in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament at Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium.