Pac-12 Women's Soccer Update
The Pac-12 women's soccer statistics have recently been updated. Washington finished 7th with a 7-8-5 overall record and 3-5-3 conference record.
Senior goalkeeper Jorde LaFontaine-Kussman finished first in saves per game with a 4.78 average and third in total saves with 86.
Senior forward Sarah Martinez made it in the top ten for shots (9th, 9), shots per game (6th, 2.78), points (10th, 10), points per game (6th, 1.11) and goals (8th, 4).
Here are the rest of the stats for all Pac-12 teams:
The NCAA soccer statistics for all women's college teams are also updated here.
In the D1 Women's College Cup, all No. 1 seeds have reached the final four, including fellow Pac-12 team Stanford. After beating No. 2 Oklahoma State on Friday, the Cardinal will face Florida State in the semifinals. The other final four teams are Wake Forest and Duke. Both games are set for December 2 at KSU Soccer Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga.
The national championship game will be held at KSU Soccer Stadium on December 4 at 1p.m.
You can check out the whole bracket here: http://www.ncaa.com/interactive-bracket/soccer-women/d1
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