Three Men's Soccer Players Named All-Tourney At Cal Adidas-Legacy Classic
Nov. 6, 2000
BERKELEY, Calif. - Four Stanford men's soccer players were selected to the All-Tournament Team at the Cal adidas-Legacy Classic following the top-ranked Cardinal's 1-0, overtime victory over No. 4 Indiana. Seniors Scott Leber, Adam Zapala and Ryan Nelsen were the three Stanford representatives on the 12-man team.
Leber, a midfielder, scored the game-winning goal against Indiana with a header at 103:19. Zapala, a goalkeeper, made four saves, including a diving stop of Marcus Chorvat's breakaway shot in overtime. Nelsen, a midfielder, was an integral part of a Cardinal defense that allowed the Hoosiers just eight shots.
Stanford, at 15-1-1 overall, enters the last weekend of regular season play one-half game behind Washington in the Pac-10 Conference race. The Huskies are 6-1-0 in conference play, while the Cardinal is 5-1-0. Stanford plays at UCLA on Friday, Nov. 10 before closing out the regular season on Sunday, Nov. 12 against Oregon State at New Maloney Field.
The 2000 Men's College Cup selection show is on Monday, Nov. 13 at 12:30 p.m. PST. At that time, the 32-team field for the NCAA Tournament will be announced.
2000 Cal adidas-Legacy Classic All-Tournament Team
California: Kendall Simmons, Ramiro Arredondo, Chris Roner
Indiana: Josh Rife, Pat Noonan, Justin Tauber
San Jose State: Ryan Suarez, Isaisas Bardales, Frank Sanfilippo