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Sophomore striker Sophia Smith is the third consecutive Stanford soccer star to become the top overall pick in the National Women’s Soccer League draft. Smith, who is forgoing her final two years of eligibility after helping lead Stanford to the NCAA crown Dec. 8, was taken Thursday by the Portland Thorns. Tierna Davidson left Stanford one ...
In the final round, the Spirit selected its fourth Pac-12 standout in UCLA defender Kaiya McCullough, the third Bruin off the board, with the 32nd pick, followed by defender Sam Hiatt of Stanford to Seattle Reign FC as the 33rd pick in the draft. Pac-12 women's soccer was dominant throughout the 2019 season as it accounted for ...
BALTIMORE - Former Washington State women’s soccer star Morgan Weaver was selected by the Portland Thorns with the ... WSU’s Averie Collins was also taken in the second round of the draft by the Washington Spirit. After transferring from Stanford. Collins finished her final collegiate season with six goals and five assists.
Prior to Stanford, she coached at CSU Bakersfield and Cal State ... "It is a true honor to follow Lesle Gallimore and be named the next head women's soccer coach at the University of Washington," said Van Dyke. "UW is an incredible academic and athletic ...
(Correspondent Micahel Koenig contributed this game report) Stanford won the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship with a 5-4 penalty shootout win over North Carolina at Avaya Stadium after the match ended in a scoreless draw. The Cardinal dominated the first ...
Stanford soccer is in the midst of a golden age, and both the men’s and women’s programs stand at the precipice of another trip to the College Cup national semifinals. After outlasting Seattle University on penalty kicks 2-1 following a 1-1 regulation ...
Dec. 9 (UPI) --No. 1 Stanford won the 2019 women's College Cup soccer title by beating No. 2 North Carolina in a penalty kick session. The Cardinal beat the Tar Heels 5-4 in penalty kicks after a scoreless regulation Sunday at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif.
Stanford’s Tanner Beason opened the scoring in the 61st minute when Logan Panchot sent a free-kick into the box from near midfield. The ball fell to Beason and he slammed it into the net. In the 75th minute, the Redhawks tied up the match from a corner ...
Stanford women win NCAA soccer title, beating NC on PKs Kiara Pickett drilled home a penalty kick after freshman goalkeeper Katie Meyer saved the previous shot to lift Stanford past North Carolina 5-4 on penalty kicks after a scoreless draw in the NCAA ...