Pac-12 announces women's soccer players of the week
Offensive: Jada Talley, JR, F, Arizona (Corona, Calif.)
4 G, 2 GWG, 2 Assists, 10 Pts.
• Helped Arizona to an undefeated homestand topping Oregon (5-2) and Oregon State (2-1).
• Netted a pair of goals and notched two assists against the Ducks including the game-winner in the 62nd minute.
• Single-handedly clinched the 2-1 victory over Oregon State, scoring both goals, marking her third brace of the season.
• Named offensive player of the week for the first time this season, earning the 21st all-time award for the Wildcats.
Defensive: Sam Hiatt, SR, D, Stanford (Newcastle, Wash.)
2 GP, 1 Assist
• Helped the second-ranked Cardinal continue its undefeated Conference run after defeating Colorado (4-0) and Utah (4-0).
• Leads a defensive line that has not allowed a goal since Sept. 28, compiling 707:38 shutout minutes.
• Limited the Utes to a season-low two shots on target and limited the Buffs to only one.
• Collects her second-career defensive player of the week honor, and Stanford’s 75th all-time weekly nod.
Goalkeeper: Siena Ruelas, SR, GK, Washington (Downey, Calif.)
180 MIN, 16 SV, 1 SHO, .941 Pct.
• Helped Washington to a victory over No. 7 USC (2-0), marking the first time the Huskies have defeated a top-10 team since 2017.
• Recorded a career-high nine saves and earned her third shutout of the season against the Trojans, helping the Huskies become just the second team this season to not allow a goal to USC.
• Matched her then-career-high seven saves with a .875 save percentage while facing the Bruins.
• Earns her second-career goalkeeper of the week honor, and Washington’s 28th all-time weekly award.
Offensive: Emma Westin, CAL; Taylor Kornieck, COLO; Ally Cook, ORE; Abby Schwartz, OSU; Madison Haley, STAN; Maricarmen Reyes, UCLA; Summer Yates, WASH.
Defensive: Samantha Falasco, ARIZ; Sydney Collins, CAL; Hannah Taylor, ORE; Sydney Studer, OSU; Kaiya McCullough, UCLA; Kaylene Pang, WASH.
Goalkeeper: Hope Hisey, ARIZ; Angelina Anderson, CAL; Jalen Tompkins, COLO; Katelyn Carter, ORE; Bridgette Skiba, OSU; Katie Meyer, STAN; Lauren Brzykcy, UCLA.