The Stanford Cardinal have cruised out to a 5-0 record in the NCAA with only one game decided by one goal. So it is fair to say the team is scoring often having 26 goals in those five games. They only had one game this week and Beattie Goad got on the stat sheet twice in the 9-0 victory over San Francisco.

She assisted on the very first goal in the 2nd minute and then added her own goal in the 20th minute which put the team up 3-0. They play unselfishly having seven different players score in the game. If Stanford can keep it up Goad will be sure to add a few more goals and assists this season.



When a player faces 11 shots on goal and only lets one of them they can easily put up a top performance of the week, Jenkins definitely earned the title this week. In games that finish as low as 2-1 sometimes teams will only have three-four quality looks on goal.

But for them to have ten shots on goal not go in had to be extremely frustrating to the opposing team and very gratifying to Jenkins and her team. If she keeps putting up statistics like this La Salle will be extremely difficult to defeat. 


The Chicago Red Stars are one of the top teams in the NWSL, but over the past few games they were not playing like it and their position in the standings was dropping. Kerr is a key, if not the key, to the Red Stars success.

So it only made sense that the Red Stars were able to get themselves a 3-0 win and now sit in third place, finding themselves there after two goals from Kerr. The win was against the Houston Dash, who sit in the bottom third of the league, but the Red Stars needed a confidence boost and Kerr made sure to deliver one. 

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