This Week in Pac-10 Women's Soccer (11/20/00)

Nov. 20, 2000

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UCLA continues its chase of the NCAA Championship and advances to the fourth round of the NCAA Tournament for the second time in program history ... The Bruins (17-3-1) travel to South Carolina and face Clemson on Saturday, Nov. 15 ... The UCLA/Clemson matchup marks the second of the season ... The Tigers defeated the Bruins 1-0 in UCLA's season opener this year.

NCAA TOURNAMENT GAMES

Sat., Nov. 25 (Fourth Round)

UCLA at Clemson, 7 p.m.

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Sun., Nov. 19 (Third Round)

Portland 1, WASHINGTON 0UCLA 4, Texas A&M 0

All times are local to game sites

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

SOCCER AMERICA(Nov. 5) Rank Team 1. Notre Dame (120-0-1) 2. Penn State (20-2-1) 3. Nebraska (21-1-0) 4. CALIFORNIA (17-2-1) 5. WASHINGTON (17-2-0) 6. UCLA (15-3-1) 7. Clemson (17-2-1) 8. North Carolina (16-3-0) 9. Brigham Young (18-3-1) 10. Portland (15-3) 11. STANFORD (13-5-1) 12. Texas A&M (17-6) 13. USC (13-5-2) 14. Florida State (12-7-2) 15. Wake Forest (10-7-2) 16. Florida (16-7) 17. Dartmouth (13-4) 18. Connecticut (15-6-2) 19. WSU (13-6) 20. Boston University (15-6)

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

ALL-CONFERNECE HONORS

PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- TRACEY MILBURN, SR, F, UCLAMilburn, a senior from Moorpark, Calif., leads UCLA and is tied for fourth in the Pac-10 in goals (12), and ranks sixth in Pac-10 scoring (29 points). Milburn helped guide the Bruins to a 15-3-1 overall record (6-2-1 Pac-10) and leads the team in its fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. UCLA's No. 6 seed in the 48-team tournament is its highest in the eight-year history of the program. Milburn, a three-time All-Pac-10 first team selection, was a 2000 College Soccer Online preseason All-American. She started all 19 games this season and in only three seasons in Westwood, she ranks second at UCLA in career points with 78.

PAC-10 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR -- MARCIE WARD, F, STANFORDWard, a forward from Alamo, Calif., leads Stanford and ranks second in the Pac-10 in scoring (12 goals, 14 assists) as a rookie. She helped lead the Cardinal to a 13-5-1 overall record (6-3 Pac-10) and its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. With 14 assists on the season, Ward paces the Pac-10 and broke the single-season record held by U.S. National Team member Julie Foudy (13). Ward started all 19 games this season and is already tied for eighth on the Stanford all-time assist list. She ranks sixth on the school single-season point list (38). Her 0.74 assists average also leads the Pac-10. Ward was named a first team Pac-10 All-Conference selection this season, the only freshman so honored. She is the second straight Stanford player to be named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year.

PAC-10 COACH OF THE YEAR -- LESLE GALLIMORE, WASHINGTONIn her seventh season at Washington, Gallimore guided the Huskies to their first ever Pac-10 championship and an all-time best 17 victories, including a school-record 11-game winning streak. Under Gallimore's guidance, Washington became the first school from outside the state of California to capture the Pac-10 women's soccer title. The Huskies finished with a 17-2 overall record, 8-1 in the Pac-10, and earned their fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last seven seasons. Gallimore has posted a 79-53-5 record at Washington, including a 37-15-2 mark in Conference play. In 2000, Washington ranked third in the Pac-10 in points (140), goals (51), goals allowed (16) and goals allowed per game (0.84 gpg).

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. 19 - Marcia Wallis, So F, Stanford, Sept. 26 - Maite Zabala, Sr Gk, California, Oct. 2 - Laura Schott, So F, California, Oct. 9 - Antoinette Marjanovic, Jr MF, Arizona State, Oct. 16 - Tracey Milburn, Sr F, UCLA, Oct. 23 - Hope Solo, So Gk, Washington, Oct. 30 - Stephanie Rigamat, Jr F, UCLA, Nov. 6 - Isabelle Harvey, Sr MF/F, USC.

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