Cardinal Capsule: Amy Sauer

Sept. 7, 2001

Amy Sauer

Sport: Women's Soccer
Year: Senior
Height: 5-5
Events: Defender
High School:Klein Oak
Major: Political Science
Stanford Athletics Highlights:2001 team co-captain... Runs the show from the back and is the team leader on the field... Has tremendous knowledge of the game... Has played in every game during her college career, and started all but one... Named to the West Region All-America Second Team and the All-Pac-10 Second team in 2000... Earned Second Team All-Academic Pac-10 honors as a junior and All-Academic Pac-10 Honorable Mention as a sophomore... Selected as the Most Valuable Player in the Stanford Nike Invitational in 2000... Earned Soccer America Team of the Week honors for her game-winning goal over Weber State last year.

The Stanford soccer team will be fun to watch this year because:
Of our overall team speed and we are just supper fun to watch!

Opponent you would most like to beat:
Santa Clara

Best vacation or trip you have ever taken:

Favorite non-soccer activity:

If you could have dinner with a famous person, who would it be:
Julia Roberts

What makes Maloney Field so special:
The overall atmosphere. Friday night lights is my favorite and I love to play on Friday nights. We get a good crowd, which makes the night fun.

Since coming to Stanford I have learned:
What haven't I learned? I have just a lot about my self.

I'd like to switch places for a day with:
The president

Favorite midnight snack:
Anything sweet

A friend of mine from another college soccer team:
Amber Cornwell from the University of Texas.

Somewhere you have never been that you would most like to visit:

What made you chose to attend Stanford:
It was the best combination of athletics and academics that I could find.

Favorite breakfast cereal:
Lucky Charms

If you were going on a road trip and could only take on CD, which one would you take:
Dave Matthews Crash

Best part about your game:
My composure

Earliest soccer memory:
My under-six storm team with both boys and girls. That was in Texas and it was my first soccer team ever.

Favorite place to hang out:.
Anywhere with my friends.


The thing I like about sports is:
The challenge that it presents both individually and as a team.

Favorite T.V show:

If I could bring anything from my hometown to Stanford it would be:
My parents

Favorite professor:
Professor Sagan, who taught strategy war politics.

If I won $1 million dollars, I would:
Take the whole team on a trip around the world.

Favorite athlete:
Julie Foudy

After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:
A good teammate.

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