Washington at Stanford

2012-10-21T17:30:00-07:00
Stanford, CA

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Card Falls in Semis

Top-ranked Stanford's season ended with a 2-0 loss to Florida State in the College Cup semifinals on Friday night.

Get To Know: MaKayla Woods

After an amazing high school career, MaKayla Woods made her mark with the Huskies as a freshman. Woods worked her way into form as the season went on, earning three appearances in Pac-12 play. Against Arizona State, Woods played a season-best 25 minutes and scored her first goal on the first shot of her collegiate career. She will enter 2019 ready to provide energy and scoring touch to the Husky attack.

Four Named All-America

Alana Cook, Jordan DiBiasi, Catarina Macario and Tegan McGrady were named United Soccer Coaches All-Americans, as announced Thursday evening at the College Cup banquet.

Huskies Earn Eight All-Academic Honors

The Washington Huskies were honored with eight All-Academic awards from the Pac-12 today, showing their commitment to excellence in academics. Anissa Dadkhah earned First Team honors, while Kaylene Pang was named to the Second Team. Isabella Castro, Jessika Cowart, Pascale Dumesnil, Lisa Jensen, Taylor Sekyra, and Olivia Van der Jagt all earned Honorable Mention for their work in the classroom. The Huskies have had eight or more All-Academic honorees for ten consecutive years now.

Get To Know: Cassidy Lucht

Cassidy Lucht's first year with the Huskies saw her grow into an important midfield role. The freshman saw action in six Pac-12 matches, including playing 47 minutes at Arizona State. In all, Lucht would play 20+ minutes five times. She would help the Huskies earn a win in each of her first two appearances, against Cal State Fullerton and Portland, and ended the year playing just under 200 minutes in her nine total games.

Ticket Punched

For the eighth time in 11 years, and ninth time overall, the Stanford women's soccer team will be playing in the College Cup.