In my two years as a Stanford student, I’ve witnessed two remarkably different seasons of Cardinal athletics.
Five of Stanford’s national-champion soccer players will be practicing with national teams next week, with three representing the United States and another pair playing for Mexico.
For the third year in a row, Soccer America has named a Stanford player its Women’s Player of the Year, this time honoring senior forward Lindsay Taylor.
NCAA title number 102 made its way to the Farm this week, but for the undefeated Stanford women’s soccer team, its run at the College Cup meant much more than the trophy it brought home.
The No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer team’s senior class may have helped the squad outscore its opponents 174-17 at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium over the past four years, but the final home game for the four outgoing Stanford players was anything but a breeze
When this weekend is all said and done, the Stanford women’s soccer team will be embarking on either the second half of its potential NCAA Championship run or the very beginnings of yet another disappointing offseason.
Led by senior forward Lindsay Taylor and her Pac-12 Player of the Year award, the top-ranked women’s soccer program swept the annual conference awards, as announced on Wednesday.
Closing out a near-perfect season on Saturday, the No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer team added another piece of history to its repertoire by becoming just the second school to ever go undefeated in the regular season three years in a row