Third-Ranked Stanford Women Down Texas A & M
Sept. 6, 2002
Stanford, Ca - The Stanford women's soccer team received a goal from freshman Jennifer Farenbaugh at 103:34 of the first overtime to defeat Texas A & M at the Bay Area Classic on Friday night at Harry Maloney Field. Both teams were ranked third in the nation.
Stanford's women outshot the Aggies, 18-5, but the Aggies played tough defense to prevent the Cardinal from scoring until Farenbaugh's first collegiate goal.
The Cardinal women will host tenth-ranked Texas on Sunday at noon at Harry Maloney Field.
All-American Roger Levesque scored his first goal of the season and added two assists to lead the top-ranked Stanford men's soccer team to a 3-2 victory over seventh-ranked SMU.
Stanford jumped to a 3-0 lead, but held on as SMU rallied for two goals in the final eight minutes of the game, but fell short.
The Cardinal, 2-0, will host 14th-ranked Portland on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Stanford. SMU fell to 1-1-1.
Men's Soccer - Bay Area Classic - Harry Maloney Field (Stanford)
SMU (1-1-1) 0 2 = 2
Stanford (2-0-0) 2 1 = 3
Maliza (S), 24:32 assist for Levesque
Levesque (S), 40:56 assist for Geiger
Janusz (S), 45:56 assist for Levesque, Abolaji
Walsh (SMU), 82:17 unassisted
Clark (SMU), 89:09 assist for Walsh
Terris (S) 3; Tomasso (SMU) 2
Women's Soccer - Bay Area Classic
Texas A & M (2-1) 0 0 0 = 0
Stanford (1-0) 0 0 1 = 1
Farenbaugh (S), 103:34 assistant for Marquand, Ward
Barnhart (S) 2; Spisak (Texas A & M) 6