No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer (8-0-1, 1-0 Pac-12) faces a familiar rival on Thursday, as the team hosts No. 52 Washington State (5-3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) at 7 p.m. at Cagan Stadium.
On Friday top-ranked Stanford women’s soccer (7-0-1) beat longtime local rival Santa Clara (2-3-3) 2-1. The Cardinal finished out their non-conference slate without a loss, despite facing three ranked opponents.
Despite Stanford football having a bye, it remained a busy weekend on The Farm as men’s and women’s soccer, men’s water polo and women’s volleyball went undefeated, bringing in six wins in seven games at home this weekend, with women’s soccer tallying the only draw. The sole Cardinal team on the road, field hockey, dropped its two matches in Syracuse, New York.
No. 2 Stanford women’s soccer (6-0-1) continued its dominant play this weekend as it easily defeated No. 10 Minnesota (6-2-0) and came to a draw with No. 20 Notre Dame (5-1-2).
Stanford women’s soccer (4-0) has cruised through its first four matchups, climbing the rankings to take over the No. 2 spot and defeating No. 6 Florida (3-1) in overtime along the way. Veteran playmakers have returned in full force for the Cardinal, as the team features four of its top five goal scorers from last season. Senior goalkeeper Jane Campbell has already tallied 7 saves on the season and was tabbed Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Week for her outstanding performance against the Gators.
For the second consecutive season, Stanford women’s soccer‘s last game at Cagan Stadium was decided by a Jane Campbell penalty kick in the NCAA Quarterfinals. But this time, Campbell’s kick was saved on a chilly Friday night, and the No. 3 Cardinal (19-2-2, 10-0-1 Pac-12) lost to No. 20 Duke (13-5-5, 4-3-3 ACC) in a…
For the seventh time in the last eight seasons, No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (19-2-1, 10-0-1 Pac-12) has a chance to reach the College Cup, collegiate soccer’s version of the Final Four. The Cardinal will look to further establish their status as a national power when they host No. 20 Duke (13-5-4, 4-3-3 ACC) in their quarterfinal match on Friday.
In the second round of the NCAA tournament Thursday night, No. 5 Stanford women’s soccer team (17-2-1, 10-0-1) earned a hard-fought 2-1 victory against No. 19 BYU (16-2-2, 7-1-1 West Coast). Though both teams showed flashes of impressive play, the night eventually belonged to freshman midfielder Jordan DiBiasi, who scored both goals for Stanford.…