Despite blowing a 2-0 lead in four minutes, top-seeded Stanford women’s soccer (24-1-0) eventually edged out No. 4 UCLA (19-3-3) 3-2 to win the program’s second-ever NCAA title, thanks to a game-winning goal by College Cup’s Most Outstanding Player junior Jaye Boissiere.
Junior Jordan DiBiasi found the back of the net twice on Friday as top-seeded Stanford women’s soccer (23-1-0) beat No. 5 South Carolina (19-3-1) 2-0 in Orlando, Florida. With this win, the Cardinal moves on to the College Cup Final where it will meet No. 3 Duke or No. 4 UCLA.
After four players — senior Andi Sullivan, junior Kyra Carusa, sophomore Tierna Davidson and freshman Catarina Macario — were nominated to the all-Pacific team on Tuesday, No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer (22-1-0, 11-0-0 Pac-12) travels to Florida this weekend to participate in its eighth college cup. The Cardinal kicks off with a game against No. 5 South Carolina (19-2-1) on Friday, and in case of victory will face the winner of No. 3 Duke and No. 4 UCLA on Sunday.
No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer (22-1-0, 11-0-0 Pac-12) stormed past tenth-ranked Penn State (15-5-4) last Friday to earn its eighth berth to the College cup. The Cardinal poured three goals on the Nittany Lion in only 12 minutes of play to finish the game with four scores to none.
Top-seeded Stanford women’s soccer (21-1-0) moved past two opponents in the NCAA tournament last weekend to advance to the quarterfinal. The Cardinal got started with a 2-0 win against Auburn (8-7-5) on Friday before junior Jordan DiBiasi punched the team’s ticket to the next round with a game-winner against Florida State on Sunday.
After playing with the US national women’s soccer team last weekend, senior Andi Sullivan will return to the Farm to help No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer (19-1-0, 11-0-0 Pac-12) continue its championship run this Friday at Cagan Stadium against Auburn (8-6-5). This game will mark the second time the two teams face off, after Stanford beat Auburn by the score of 3-0 in Georgia in 2008.
Top-ranked Stanford women’s soccer (19-1-0) made a storming debut in the NCAA tournament this Saturday, crushing Utah Valley (10-12-1) 9-1 at Cagan Stadium. With this rout, the Cardinal set a new record for single-game goals in the postseason, improving their 7-0 win against Sacramento State in 2007.
As the regular season wrapped up last weekend, Stanford women’s soccer racked up all yearly individual conference awards while placing a record 11 players on all-conference teams.