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Season in review: A tall tale ended too soon for men’s soccer

The Stanford men’s soccer team entered the 2014 NCAA Tournament firing on all cylinders. A near-flawless run in had seen the team rewarded with the Pac-12 trophy and a No. 6 seed in the 48-team cup. Receiving a bye into the second round, the Cardinal men awaited the result of a first-round match to determine their opponent. UC Irvine’s victory over UNLV earned the Anteaters a trip to the Farm. In the end, it was the visitors that would tip the scales, finding a winner in overtime to oust Jeremy Gunn’s outfit.

Sophomore forward Jordan Morris debuts for USMNT in 4-1 loss to Ireland

Stanford sophomore Jordan Morris earned his first United States senior team cap this past Tuesday evening, as the Stars and Stripes were in Dublin to contest a friendly against the Republic of Ireland. It was a historic day for @stanfordmsoccer‘s Jordan Morris and the #USMNT yesterday. — Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) November 19, 2014…

Men’s soccer seizes control of Pac-12 with critical wins

It could not have been a more successful weekend for the No. 10 Cardinal men’s soccer team (12-2-3, 5-1-3 Pac-12), as they came away with six points from two vital Pac-12 home games. First on the schedule for the weekend was a strong No. 3 Washington team. Stanford managed a comfortable and momentous 2-0 victory against the Huskies leading into its Sunday night matchup with Oregon State. Despite a late push from OSU, Stanford ran out as 2-1 victors in front of the home crowd.