This Week in Pac-10 Women's Soccer

Sept. 2, 2008

Walnut Creek, Calif. -

9-2 Women's Soccer Release PDF


1. Stanford 3-0-0, 1.000   UCLA 3-0-0, 1.0003. Washington 2-0-0, 1.0004. Arizona 2-1-0, .667   California 2-1-0, .667   Oregon State 2-1-0, .667   USC 2-1-0, .6678. Washington State 1-0-2, .6679. Arizona State 1-1-1, .50010.Oregon 1-2-0, .333


Tues., Aug. 26
[3/3/2/2] UCLA 2, UC Santa Barbara 1

Thurs., Aug. 28
WASHINGTON 3, Montana 0

Fri., Aug. 29
ARIZONA 4, Utah 0
ARIZONA STATE 1, Pepperdine 1 (2OT)
Cal State Fullerton 3, [17/19/15/25] CALIFORNIA 2 (OT)
OREGON 1, Utah State 0
[15/16/17/13] Boston College 3, OREGON STATE 0
[10/6/7/8] STANFORD 3, Navy 1
WASHINGTON STATE 2, James Madison 2 (2OT)

Sat., Aug. 30
[3/3/2/2] UCLA 1, [6/8/6/5] Portland 0
[1/1/1/6] USC 2, Portland State 0

Sun., Aug. 31
San Diego State 2, ARIZONA STATE 1
[10/6/7/8] STANFORD 3, [15/16/17/13] Boston College 0
[25/23] Purdue 3, OREGON 1
[17/19/15/25] CALIFORNIA 6, St. Joseph's 0
OREGON STATE 2, Utah State 1
WASHINGTON 2, Gonzaga 1
WASHINGTON STATE 0, [31] William & Mary 0 (2OT)

Mon., Sept. 1
[25/43] BYU 1, ARIZONA 0
[3/3/2/2] UCLA 7, Portland State 0
[6/8/6/5] Portland 1, [1/1/1/6] USC 0 (OT)


Fri., Sept. 5
Weber State at ARIZONA 7 p.m. MT
Utah at OREGON 7 p.m. PT
[7/6/7] STANFORD vs. Auburn 7:30 p.m. ET
[16/12/12] Santa Clara at [1/1/8] USC 3 p.m. PT
Colgate vs. WASHINGTON (1) 7 p.m. PT
[15/13/18] Illinois vs. WASHINGTON STATE (2) 4:30 p.m. CT

Sat., Sept. 6
[22] Missouri at [21/28] CALIFORNIA 11 a.m. PT

Sun., Sept. 7
ARIZONA at [8/8/6] Texas 7 p.m. CT
Weber State at ARIZONA STATE 1 p.m. PT
Saint Mary's at OREGON 1 p.m. PT
Utah at OREGON STATE 12 Noon PT
[7/6/7] STANFORD at [22/27] Georgia 4:30 p.m. ET
UC Irvine at [2/3/2] UCLA 1 p.m. PT
Alabama at [1/1/8] USC 1 p.m. PT
Kennesaw State vs. WASHINGTON (1) 1:30 p.m. PT
[13/15/14] West Va. vs. WASHINGTON STATE (2) 10:30 a.m. CT

(1) - Husky/Nike Invitational; Seattle, Wash.
(2) - 9th Annual First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic; Knoxville, Tenn.


ARIZONA (2-1-0): SO MF Karina Camacho tallied one goal and two assists in Arizona's 4-0 rout of Utah on Friday. In the road win, FR F Renae Cuellar helped the Wildcats to the early lead, netting her first career goal. UA was not as successful against No. 25 BYU, dropping the close match, 1-0, handing the `Cats their first loss of the season.

ARIZONA STATE (1-1-1): After three consecutive road games to open the season, Arizona State returns home to face TCU and Weber State this week. JR MF Carly Kallas scored her first goal of the season in Friday's 1-1 (2OT) tie with Pepperdine. Having finished 2007 with three goals, Kallas leads this year's squad with 10 shots.

CALIFORNIA (2-1-0): SO F Lisa Kevorkian was named to the Cal Invitational all-tournament team after she scored two goals and added an assist in two games last week. Kevorkian scored her two goals on two shots in Cal's 6-0 rout of Saint Joseph's on Sunday. The Bears suffered a heart-breaking 3-2 loss in overtime to Cal State Fullerton on Friday.

OREGON (1-2-0): Oregon continued its tough schedule, facing its second ranked opponent in three games, falling to 25th-ranked Purdue, 3-1. JR MF Teresa Bowns tallied six shots against the Boilermakers, which was a career high. Those six shots moved Bowns into eighth on the all-time career shots list with 81 total past Kristi Morris (80/1996-99).

OREGON STATE (2-1-0): Oregon State picked up a 2-1 win over Utah State on Sunday, tallying two first-half goals from JR MF/F Melissa Peck and JR MF/F Najma Homidi. Homidi led the way with five shots on the day for the Beavers, while FR Colleen Boyd picked up her first career win in goal for Oregon State as she stopped six shots in 90 minutes.

STANFORD (3-0-0): Stanford remains undefeated on the year, having bested Navy, 3-1, and No. 13 Boston College, 3-0 over the weekend. FR MF Teresa Noyola scored three goals, tallying six points, in the two-game affair ... The Cardinal have an important East Coast road swing this week, facing Auburn and No. 22 Georgia.

UCLA (3-0-0): Playing in her first match since returning from the Olympic Games in Beijing, JR F Lauren Cheney scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over No. 6 Portland on Friday. The win marks UCLA's fourth straight victory over Portland, as the Bruins improve to 7-1 all time over its West Coast rival.

USC (2-1-0): SO MF Ashli Sandoval lifted USC to a 2-0 road win over Portland State last weekend, tallying one assist and one goal. The game-winning assist improved Sandoval's career assists total to 12, ranking the sophomore No. 8 all-time at USC. The goal was Sandoval's first this season and third career goal.

WASHINGTON (2-0-0): JR F Veronica Perez scored a goal and led the Huskies to a season-opening 3-0 win at Montana on Thursday. She then scored the game-winning goal in the Huskies' 2-1 win at Gonzaga on Sunday. With two goals in two games, the junior has equaled her career total for goals coming into the season.

WASHINGTON STATE (1-0-2): FR GK Stephanie Phillips made five saves in the second half and overtime in her collegiate debut as Washington State played William & Mary to a 0-0 deadlock at the JMU-Comfort Inn Invitational, Sunday. SO F Emma Stoltz and FR D Ali Fenter each tallied their first collegiate goal in a 2-2 tie with James Madison on Friday.

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