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The top plays of the 2021 Pac-12 women's soccer season

Dec 31, 2021

From bicycle kicks to record-breaking goals to acrobatic saves, the 2021 Pac-12 women's soccer season was chock full of memorable highlights. And with 2021 coming to a close, we're taking a look back at the best moments from each of the conference's 12 programs.


With a clutch penalty kick, Jill Aguilera broke Arizona soccer's all-time scoring record and downed Arizona State in her final game as a Wildcat. Talk about a storybook ending.

Arizona State

Nicole Douglas set the Sun Devils' single-season scoring record in a win over Utah.

With the Golden Bears down a couple goalkeepers, Cal softball—yes, softball—star Makena Smith stepped in and made several saves to preserve a tie against the defending national champs, including this leaping stop in overtime.


This jaw-dropping bicycle kick landed Shanade Hopcroft on SportsCenter's Top 10.


A laser from Chardonnay Curran was the game-winner in the Ducks' victory over Portland.

Oregon State

McKenna Martinez made it look easy with this left-footed banger.


Amy Sayer's pinpoint cross and Andrea Kitahata's diving header combined for a gorgeous Cardinal goal.


Hannah Mitchell's incredible hustle saved what appeared to be an inevitable goal.


This beautiful left-footed goal made Penelope Hocking USC's all-time leading scorer.


Moments after stopping a penalty kick, Chelsea Peterson's soaring save helped the Utes earn a draw against then-No. 3 UCLA.


Helena Reischling's used some crafty footwork to create space, then buried a highly-difficult angled shot to propel Washington past Seattle.

Washington State

Sydney Studer's long bomb helped the Cougars tie then-No. 8 UCLA.