No. 3 Stanford heads to Tucson to take on Arizona in the latest installment of Pac-12 Network' #ThursdayGoals series.
No. 2 Stanford women's soccer remains undefeated in Pac-12 conference play following Sunday's 6-2 victory over Arizona at the Farm.
Stanford women's soccer advances to the semifinals of the NCAA Women's College Cup after defeating BYU 5-1 in the quarterfinals.
SAN FRANCISCO — Four Pac-12 Women's Soccer teams have advanced to the 2019 NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for the first time in Conference history as STANFORD, UCLA, USC and WASHINGTON STATE comprise half of the remaining eight teams in the field.
Each of the four Pac-12 teams has the opportunity to advance to next week's NCAA College Cup, creating the possibility for one league to have four semifinalists for the first time in event history. Only the ACC has previously advanced three teams to the College Cup (2011, 2013), while the Pac-12 has advanced two teams to the semifinals on four prior occasions (2007, 2008, 2009, 2017).
Pac-12 Networks' Kate Scott and Christopher Sullivan catch up with Stanford sophomore Sophia Smith, who played 74 minutes and recorded six shots in the Cardinal's 2-0 NCAA Tournament win on
Pac-12 Networks' Kate Scott and Christopher Sullivan break down No. 1 seed Stanford's 2-0 win over No. 4 Penn State on Sunday afternoon in the NCAA Tournament third round.