This Week in Pac-10 Women's Soccer

Sept. 18, 2007

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Wed., Sept. 19
(3/3/1/3) Portland at WASHINGTON, 7 pm

Fri., Sept. 21
Virginia Tech at ARIZONA, 7 pm
(2/1/4/2) Santa Clara at ARIZONA STATE, 7 pm
(19/20/21/26) CALIFORNIA at (25/25) Missouri, 6:30 pm CT
OREGON at (15/22/17/20) Purdue, 5 pm ET
OREGON STATE vs. Boise State, 2 pm MT (1)
(1/2/2/1) STANFORD at Colorado, 4 pm MT (2)
(6/9/7/7) UCLA at Pepperdine, 3 pm
(22/nr/RV/18) USC at Oakland, 4 pm ET
(RV/11/nr/23) WASHINGTON STATE at UNLV, 1:30 pm (3)

Sat., Sept. 22
WASHINGTON at Utah, 7:30 pm MT

Sun., Sept. 23
(2/1/4/2) Santa Clara at ARIZONA, 1 pm
(19/20/21/26) CALIFORNIA at Kansas, 1 pm CT
OREGON at Illinois State, 12 pm CT
OREGON STATE vs. Detroit Mercy, 12 pm MT (1)
(1/2/2/1) STANFORD vs. Denver, 11 am MT (2)
Hawaii at (6/9/7/7) UCLA, 1 pm
(22/nr/RV/18) USC at Michigan, 12 pm ET
(RV/11/nr/23) WASHINGTON STATE vs. Nevada, 1:30 pm (3)

Mon., Sept. 24

all times are local to game site

Tournament Key
(1) - Montana Nike Cup; Missoula, Mont.
(2) - Colorado Soccer Classic; Boulder, Colo.
(3) - UNLV Rebel Classic; Las Vegas, Nev.

Two Pac-10 teams are unbeaten and five squads are ranked in the national polls this week, including STANFORD (6-0-0) which has garnered the No. 1 spot in the Soccer Buzz and NSCAA polls ... The Cardinal are joined by WASHINGTON STATE (4-0-1), which jumped to No. 11 in the Soccer America poll, as the only two unblemished teams in the Conference through three weeks of non-conference play ... Also among the nation's elite, according to four different polls, are: UCLA (3-1-1), ranked as high as sixth by NSCAA, USC (4-1-1), ranked 18th (SB) and CALIFORNIA (5-1-0), coming in at No. 19 in NSCAA's Top-25 rankings ... ARIZONA (4-2-0) picked up a 4-1 win over New Mexico on Friday as SO MF/F Samantha Drees tallied two assists to be named to the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic all-tournament team ... Across the state, ARIZONA STATE (4-2-0) is on a three-match win streak as it defeated both SMU, 4-1, and TCU, 2-0 over the weekend ... SO MF Carly Kallas registered two shots and two goals, including the game-winner in Friday's action ... Kallas was also instrumental in the shutout on Sunday ... The Bears played a tough Cal State Fullerton team on Friday, dropping the 2-1 double-overtime game, but rebounded with a 2-0 shutout at San Diego State on Sunday ... FR F Alex Morgan scored the game-winning goal in her first collegiate start against SDSU ... OREGON (4-2-0) split its road series in Utah, notching a 2-1 victory over Utah State on Friday ... With 172 career saves, JR GK Jessie Chatfield needs nine more to pass Domenique Lainez (180/2001-05) for third on the UO career list ... OREGON STATE (5-1-0) racked up two wins over the weekend, including an 8-0 shutout of Lamar at the LMU Classic in Los Angeles ... The eight goals equaled OSU's original record for goals in a match set Nov. 3, 1988 against Linfield ... The Beavers have outscored their opponents, 18-4, thanks in part to SR F Jodie Taylor who recorded her second hat trick of the season in the 8-0 rout ... She totaled 11 shots, three goals, one assist and seven points in the game ... Taylor leads the Pac-10 in shots (5.17), points (3.17) and goals (1.50) ... The Cardinal continue to dominate as they picked up two more wins over the weekend ... SR MF Lizzy George notched a goal and an assist in the 4-1 defeat of No. 12 Rutgers on Sunday ... The Bruins played San Diego to a double-overtime scoreless tie on Friday and defeated Cal State Northridge, 3-1, on Sunday ... SO F Lauren Cheney scored twice in the match to bring her season total to three goals and a 0.60 goals per game average ... The Women of Troy did not surrender a goal in 200 minutes of action over the weekend ... SO GK Kristen Olson was superb, notching two more shutouts, including a 0-0 tie with No. 15 Tennessee on Sunday ... She saw 16 shots and recorded four saves on the weekend ... WASHINGTON (2-4-0) picked up its first two wins of the season ... SR F Shuree Hyatt scored both goals in the 2-1 win over Yale on Friday ... It was her first multiple-goal game as a Husky ... The Cougars upset No. 16 Oklahoma State to open their weekend, and followed with a 2-1 double-overtime win against Princeton in the Notre Dame Inn at Saint Mary's Classic ... Four players were named to the all-tournament team, including SR GK Brynn Bemis who was the Goalkeeper MVP and Defensive MVP ... SO F Kiersten Dallstream, SR MF Natalie Elkind and RS FR MF Mallory Fox were also honored.

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