Sophomore midfielder Amir Bashti’s 78th minute goal was the difference Thursday night as Stanford men’s soccer (5-2-3, 2-0-0 Pac-12) defeated No. 16 Washington (7-4-0, 1-2-0) 1-0 at Husky Stadium.
Stanford men’s soccer (4-2-3, 1-0 Pac-12) began conference play with a thrilling 1-0 victory over local rival California (4-3-1, 0-1), extending the Cardinal’s unbeaten streak at Cagan Stadium to 18 games.
Stanford men’s soccer (3-2-3) hosts local rival California (4-2-1) at Cagan Stadium on Sunday for its first conference match of the season.
Men’s soccer struggled to find the net on Friday as the No. 23 Cardinal (3-2-3) was bested by San Francisco, 2-1, ending their eight-game undefeated streak against the Dons in Stanford’s final non-conference match.
Playing under the lights of Cagan Stadium, No. 25 Stanford men’s soccer (3-1-3) burst onto the field with an electric performance, decisively defeating Harvard (2-2-2) 3-1 on Friday and shutting out Omaha in a 3-0 rout on Sunday.
Despite Stanford football having a bye, it remained a busy weekend on The Farm as men’s and women’s soccer, men’s water polo and women’s volleyball went undefeated, bringing in six wins in seven games at home this weekend, with women’s soccer tallying the only draw. The sole Cardinal team on the road, field hockey, dropped its two matches in Syracuse, New York.
This past weekend No. 15 Stanford men’s soccer (0-1-3) made its first road trip of the season to Bloomington, Indiana, for the Adidas/IU Credit Union Classic, falling 2-1 in overtime to No. 4 Notre Dame (4-0) and playing to a 0-0 stalemate against No. 5 Indiana (3-0-1). All four of the Cardinal’s games this season…
Stanford men’s soccer (0-0-2) began the 2016 regular season with a pair of draws at home, bringing Stanford’s unbeaten streak at Cagan Stadium to 14 (10-0-4). In addition, in the last 28 home games, the Cardinal’s record stands at 19-1-8. On Aug. 25, the Cardinal hosted Penn State . It was the first meeting for both teams,…