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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.
A 106th-minute header from Foster Langsdorf proved the deciding score as No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (13-3-4) was able to best the University of Virginia Cavaliers (11-4-5), with a 1-0 overtime win. Thanks to Langsdorf’s seventh game-winner, Stanford’s dreams of defending its 2015 national title are very much alive. “It was an incredible game with two ultra-competitive…
No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (12-3-4) opened its NCAA Tournament with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Pacific (13-4-2) on Sunday evening at a rainy Cagan stadium. The win means that Stanford will advance to the third round of the NCAA Tournament after having a bye week for the first round.
No. 8 Stanford men’s soccer (10-3-4, 7-1-1 Pac-12) will play its final regular season match at California (5-9-2, 1-7-1) on Friday at 1 p.m.
No. 16 Washington’s (12-4-0, 5-2-0 Pac-12) golden goal 80 seconds into overtime defeated No. 9 Stanford (10-3-4, 7-1-1) 1-0 on a rainy Sunday night at Cagan Stadium.