Forty-eight hours after playing against Brazil, Jordan Morris
was back in action, only this time is was time it was back at Stanford University, where he
started in the Cardinal's 1-0 win over San Jose State. He finished the week in Dallas, where he scored a spectacular volley in Stanford's 3-2 overtime win over SMU.
Morris ran on to an
Eric Verso cross and volleyed it out of the air first time to give Stanford a 2-0 win over SMU. The Mustangs rallied to send the game into overtime, where Verso won the game with a goal in the 108th
Morris has now scored two goals in five games to give him 12 in his career. He scored the winner in the 81st minute at Louisville on Aug. 31.
Stanford is 5-1-0 after
opening with a 1-0 loss at UC Santa Barbara. It finishes up its non-conference schedule with games against San Francisco and Davidson this weekend.
If he's called up for Olympic
qualifying, he'd miss the first three games of Pac-12 play: Oct. 4 at Cal and Oct. 9 against Washington and Oct. 11 against Oregon State at home