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Soccer teams seek bounceback years

For most teams, an overtime loss in the NCAA semifinals to the eventual champions would make for a successful end to the season. Most teams, however, aren’t like Stanford women’s soccer. The Cardinal has appeared in five straight NCAA College Cups dating back to 2008, and after winning the national championship in 2011, falling short in 2012 was a tough pill to swallow.

Quon to play for Canada

After wrapping up her Cardinal career as a four-year starter, NSCAA first-team All-American and captain of the Stanford women’s soccer team, Rachel Quon was drafted into the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) by the Chicago Red Stars, where she has played every minute of the Red Stars’ first five games. Last week, the outside back…

W. Soccer: Card readies for second-round match against Santa Clara

With their fourth consecutive Pac-12 conference title and fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA national tournament, the defending NCAA champion women’s soccer team is poised to make yet another title run. After easily advancing into the Round of 16, No. 1 Stanford’s path is blocked by the 17th-ranked Santa Clara Broncos. Stanford faces off against the Broncos in a second round matchup tonight at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium at 7 p.m.