This Week in Pac-10 Women's Soccer (10/17/00)

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Oct. 17, 2000

THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE

Fri., Oct. 20
ARIZONA at STANFORD, 7:30 p.m.
ARIZONA STATE at CALIFORNIA, 3 p.m.
OREGON STATE at OREGON, 3 p.m.
UCLA at WASHINGTON STATE, 3 p.m.
USC at WASHINGTON, 7 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 22
ARIZONA at CALIFORNIA, 12 p.m.
ARIZONA STATE at STANFORD, 1 p.m.
UCLA at WASHINGTON, 12 p.m.
USC at WASHINGTON STATE, 12 p.m.

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

Fri., Oct. 13
WASHINGTON STATE 4, ARIZONA 0
WASHINGTON 1, ARIZONA STATE 0
USC 3, OREGON 0
UCLA 3, OREGON STATE 0

Sun., Oct. 15
WASHINGTON 2, ARIZONA 1
WASHINGTON STATE 1, ARIZONA STATE 0
CALIFORNIA 2, STANFORD 0
UCLA 8, OREGON 0
USC 5, OREGON STATE 2

Pac-10 Player of the Week

UCLA senior forward Tracey Milburn has been named the Pac-10 Women's Soccer Player of the Week for Oct. 10-16, Commissioner Tom Hansen announced today.

Milburn, from Moorpark, Calif., tallied eight points in two Bruin victories against their Northwest rivals. Against the Beavers she notched her ninth goal of the season. Milburn also had an excellent game against the Ducks, registering two goals and two assists in UCLA's 8-0 win. She leads the team with 25 points (11 G, 3 A).

ALSO NOMINATED:

Kyla Sabo, CAL, Andrea Warner, USC, Tami Bennett, WASH, Lindsey Jorgensen, WSU.

PREVIOUS PAC-10 WOMEN'S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Aug. 29 - Tami Bennett, Sr F, Washington, Sept. 5 - Carolina Putz, Jr, F, Washington, Sept. 12 - Carly Smolak, Sr GK, Stanford, Sept. 18 - Marcia Wallis, So F, Stanford, Sept. 19 - Maite Zabala, Sr Gk, California, Oct. 2 - Laura Schott, So F, California, Oct. 9 - Antoinette Marjanovic, Jr MF, Arizona State.

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Pac-10 Soccer on FOX Sports Net

Fri., Oct. 27 Stanford at UCLA 7:30 p.m. PT (td)

Running With the Pac

For the second season, FOX Sports Net will air RUNNING WITH THE PAC. The half-hour show features an in-depth look at the Pac-10 Conference and includes reports from all 10 league institutions, highlights, interviews and profiles of student-athletes, coaches and teams. RUNNING WITH THE PAC will air on FOX Sports Net regional sports networks, generally on Friday or Saturday. Check your local listings.

Team Notes

ARIZONA: The Cats' fell to their Northwest rivals losing 4-0 to Washington State and 2-1 to Washington. Junior MF Twila Kaufman scored Arizona's lone goal of the weekend against the Huskies and moved into a tie for seventh on the Wildcats' all-time scoring list (7). Nine of the Cats' 14 matches have now been decided by one goal or less.

ARIZONA STATE: The Sun Devils were held scoreless on the weekend, edged out by Washington and Washington State, 1-0. The shutout from the Huskies marked the first time Arizona State has been shutout this season and the first time in the past 20 games, dating back to last season. Senior GK Erin Reinke made 10 saves in the losses.

CALIFORNIA: The Bears notched their eighth shutout of the season, blanking the Cardinal 2-0. Junior F Kyla Sabo assisted on the game-winning goal and knocked in the insurance score. She also led all players with five shot attempts.

OREGON: The Ducks were unable to score any goals against their rivals from Southern California. Oregon's game against the Bruins was the worst loss in its five year history. Sophomore GK Sarah Peters had 16 saves in the losing causes. The Ducks host Oregon State Friday at 3 p.m.

OREGON STATE: The Beavers were down 2-0 at the half to USC, but rallied for two goals before eventually falling 5-2. Junior F BreeAnna Jolin and junior MF Leila Kaady knocked in the goals. Oregon State is only the second team to score two goals against the Trojans this season.

STANFORD: Freshman MF/F Marcie Ward led Stanford with three shots on goal in the Cardinal's loss to the Bears. It was Stanford's second shutout of the season. The Cardinal was outshot 14-9. Senior GK Carly Smolak recorded seven saves in the net.

UCLA: The Bruins set a single-game school record for most goals defeating Oregon 8-0. UCLA also shutout the Beavers, which stretched their unbeaten streak to 11 games. Senior F Tracey Milburn notched three goals and two assists in the wins.

USC: Senior MF Andrea Warner and sophomore MF Ali Fennell scored two goals each in USC's victory over Oregon State. Warner knocked in the game-winning goal and added an assist against the Beavers. Junior GK Shaelyn Fernandes recorded her first shutout of the season and sixth in her career.

WASHINGTON: With the Huskies' sweep of Arizona and Arizona State they extended their winning streak to seven games. Washington now has 13 wins, tying for the most victories in Husky history. Senior F Tami Bennett scored back-to-back goals to break the Washington single-season scoring record. She now has 13 goals on the year.

WASHINGTON STATE: The efforts of the Cougars' senior F Deka DeWitt and junior GK Lindsey Jorgensen led Washington State to two shutout wins. DeWitt got her first collegiate hat trick in the 4-0 win over Arizona while Jorgensen posted two shutouts and made 12 saves.

NSCAA TOP 25 POLL(Oct. 16)

Rank, Team
1. Notre Dame (15-0)
2. North Carolina (12-1)
3. WASHINGTON (13-1)
4. Nebraska (15-1)
5. Clemson (14-1)
6. Penn State (14-2-1)
7. UCLA (11-1-1)
8. CALIFORNIA (12-1-1)
9. Hartford (12-1)
10. Portland (11-2)
11. Duke (11-3)
12. Texas A&M (11-5)
13. USC (10-1-2)
14. So. Methodist (12-3)
15. Santa Clara (9-4-1)
16. Virginia (8-6-0)
17. Florida (10-6)
18. Brigham Young (12-3-1)
19. Harvard (9-2)
20. STANFORD (8-4-1)
21. Marquette (13-2-1)
22. William & Mary (11-4)
23. Florida State (10-4-1)
24. Wisconsin (11-5)
25. Connecticut (12-4-1)

SOCCER AMERICA(Oct. 16)

Rank, Team
1. Notre Dame (15-0)
2. North Carolina (12-1)
3. WASHINGTON (13-1)
4. UCLA (11-1-1)
5. Hartford (12-1)
6. Penn State (14-2-1)
7. Clemson (14-1)
8. CALIFORNIA (12-1-1)
9. Portland (11-2)
10. Nebraska (15-1)
11. USC (10-1-2)
12. Santa Clara (9-4-1)
13. Florida State (10-4-1)
14. STANFORD (8-4-1)
15. Texas A&M (11-5)
16. BYU (12-3-1)
17. Connecticut (12-4-1)
18. Florida (10-6)
19. Princeton (10-2)
20. Duke (11-3)

Note: Other polls ranking D-I women's soccer include: Soccer Buzz,Soccer Times and American Soccer Writers.

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