Pacific Region Honors
KANSAS CITY – A pair of Stanford women's soccer defenders were named to the All-Pacific Region teams by the United Soccer Coaches, Tuesday.
Senior Kiki Pickett was named to the all-region first team, while redshirt sophomore Sierra Enge was named to the second team.
Pickett started all 14 games for the Cardinal, logging a team-high 1288 minutes on the season, at outside back. She played every minute of 13 matches on the year en route to being named the Pa
c-12 Defensive Player of the Year, and to the conference's all-first team. Pickett scored three points on the season off one goal and one assist, with both scores being game-winners.
Enge made the transition to become a consistent member of the starting lineup, after only starting a pair of games as a redshirt freshman in 2019. Stanford's starting center back, Enge started 13 games and led the team with two assists on the season. She scored the game-winning goal in the season opener against Pepperdine.
Stanford has had a player named to the all-region team every season since 1999.