SAN FRANCISCO — Nearly halfway through Conference play, STANFORD sits atop the league’s standings as the only team with a perfect Pac-12 record (5-0-0). No. 4 USC (4-1-0) and No.
Part 5 of our series getting to know this year's freshman class introduces Maddie Tetz. She is a freshman from Happy Valley, Ore. who has seen time in four games this season and taken one shot.
Now back in the rankings, the 25 Washington Huskies will head to Corvallis for a one-game week, taking on the Oregon State Beavers on Friday at 7:00 pm. Washington will look to keep up its hot play that has seen it win six of the last seven games.
Pac-12 Networks' Troy Clardy and Christopher Sullivan recap Washington women's soccer's upset victory in double overtime over No. 25 Arizona in Seattle on Sunday.
CORVALLIS – Oregon State (9-2-2, 1-2-2) outshot California (9-3-2, 1-2-2), 22-11, while batting the Golden Bears to a 0-0 draw in Pac-12 play on Sunday afternoon.
A double-overtime thriller saw the Washington Huskies get the job done, beating the 25 Arizona Wildcats 3-2 on a golden goal from Ameera Hussen. The Dawgs fought back to tie the game twice before winning on Hussen's free kick goal in the second overtime. Washington sits at 4-1-0 in Pac-12 play, behind only Stanford in the conference standings.