<b>Women's Soccer Falls 3-0 to Top-Ranked Stanford</b>
Oct. 20, 2002
STANFORD, Calif. -The Duck women's soccer team became victim number thirteen for the top ranked team in the land, Stanford, as they were defeated 3-0 in front of 952 fans Sunday afternoon at Stanford, Calif.
Stanford's Marcia Wallis scored the first goal of the game on an assist from Marcia Ward 25:06 into the contest. The second score came early in the second half, when reserve Leah Tapscott headed in Allyson Marquand's cross at 53:45. Amy Grady netted the final goal from 25 yards out after taking a pass from Brittany Oliveira at the 79:49 mark.
The Cardinal attacked the Oregon defense all afternoon, firing off 25 shots before the final whistle, while Oregon was only able to get off one shot the whole game. Stanford also had five corner kicks, compared to zero for the Ducks.
Despite three Stanford scores, Oregon's Sarah Peters put up her second highest save total of the year, stopping nine shots on the afternoon. Offensively, the Duck's lone shot came from sophomore defender Dara Wone. In addition, the Ducks were called for 14 fouls, while the Cardinal were whistled for 12.
The Stanford victory protected The Cardinal's undefeated Pac-10 slate (4-0-0), and moved their overall record to 13-1-0, while the Ducks' loss dropped them to 0-3-1 in the Pac-10, and 1-10-2 overall.
Looking ahead, the Ducks come back home to Pape Field next weekend to host Arizona on Friday, October 25 at 7 p.m. and Arizona State on Sunday, October 27, at 1 p.m.