This Week in Pac-10 Women's Soccer
Sept. 16, 2008
Walnut Creek, Calif. -
1. Washington 6-0-0 1.000
2. Stanford 6-0-1 .929
3. UCLA 5-0-1 .917
4. USC 6-1-0 .857
5. California 5-1-0 .833
6. Oregon State 4-2-0 .667
Arizona 4-2-0 .667
8. Oregon 4-2-1 .643
9. Arizona State 3-2-2 .571
10. Washington State 2-2-3 .500
Fri., Sept. 12
ARIZONA 2, Texas Tech 1
ARIZONA STATE 1, Baylor 0
CALIFORNIA 1, Cal State Northridge 0, OT
STANFORD 1, North Carolina 1, 2OT
OREGON 3, UC Riverside 2, 2OT
OREGON STATE 1, North Florida 0
WASHINGTON 2, San Diego State 0
UCLA 3, Connecticut 0
USC 3, Georgia 2, 2OT
WASHINGTON STATE 3, UC Santa Barbara 2
Sun., Sept. 14
ARIZONA STATE 0, No. 5 Texas 0, 2OT
CALIFORNIA 2, Boise State 0
WASHINGTON 3, Northern Arizona 1
OREGON 3, Long Beach State 3, 2OT
Nothern Colorado 1, OREGON STATE 0
UCLA 0, Brown 0, 2OT
STANFORD 2, UNC Greensboro 0
USC 6, Clemson 2
Pepperdine 1, WASHINGTON STATE 0
AROUND THE LEAGUE
ARIZONA (4-2-0): With her goal in the second half of the Wildcats' game against Texas Tech, FR F Renae Cuellar has netted four goals in Arizona's six games this season...U of A has held their opponents scoreless in first half play this season.
ARIZONA STATE (3-2-2): Goalkeeper Briana Silvestri, who was named this week's Pac-10 Player of the Week, recorded seven saves against seventh-ranked Texas for her third consecutive shutout...SO F Karin Volpe led the Sun Devils with five shots against the Longhorns and almost gave ASU the victory with a goal that almost got passed the Texas goalkeeper's fingertips.
CALIFORNIA (5-1-0): SO F Lisa Kevorkian leads the Goldern Bears with six goals on the season...Kevorkian scored number six this weekend from an assist by FR MF Katrin Omarsdottir...Cal had four players named to the Saint Mary's Fall Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team, the highest number among participating teams (Katherine Diass, Kevorkian, Katie Oakes, and Camellia Senemar).
OREGON (4-2-1): In the 106th minute of double overtime, JR MF Teresa Bowns secured the victory for Oregon over UC Riverside, 3-2, with her second goal of the game...Bowns netted the goal off of a loose ball and earned the first game-winning goal of her career...The Ducks recorded 32 total shots in the match, second highest single game total in the program's history.
OREGON STATE (4-2-0): The Beavers recorded their second shut out of the season, besting North Florida in a 1-0 victory last weekend...JR MF Jessica Velazquez scored OSU's only goal of the game and her first goal of the season off an assist from JR MF Najma Homidi.
STANFORD (6-0-1): The Cardinal held the 2008 Stanford/Nike Invitational hosting No. 5 North Carolina and UNC Greensboro last weekend...After trailing most of the game to the Tar Heels Friday night, JR F Kelley O'Hara tied the match in the second half to push the game in to overtime...Stanford would eventually tie North Carolina 1-1 in 2OT.
UCLA (5-0-1): In the Bruins' game against Connecticut, UCLA scored two goals less than two minutes apart in the second half...SR F Christina DiMartino scored an unassisted goal at the 51:13 mark...Less than two minutes later, FR F Sydney Leroux, scoring her second goal of the game, put the Bruins up by three...After beating UConn 3-0 on Friday, UCLA tied Brown 0-0 Sunday, earning the Bruins their fifth straight shutout.
USC (6-1-0): The Women of Troy showed no lack of offensive prowess in their 6-2 victory over Clemson...Five different USC players found the goal last weekend with SO MF Alyssa Davila netting a pair of goals...USC would be up 5-0 before Clemson was able to score its first goal of the game.
WASHINGTON (6-0-0): Scoring her sixth goal of the season, JR F Veronica Perez helped give the Huskies a 3-1 victory over Northern Arizona on the final day of the Portland Nike Invitational...Washington is now 6-0-0 on the season and is tied for the the second-best start in program history.
WASHINGTON STATE (2-2-3): JR F Kiersten Dallstream netted two goals and assisted on the game-winning goal in the Cougars road win over No. 21 UC Santa Barbara...Dallstream's two goals moved her into sixth place on Washington State's career goal list with 16...JR MF Elysse Van Leer's game winning goal over the Gauchos, in the 85th minute, broke Washington State's 10-match road losing streak.