NCAA Division I Women's Tournament: Stanford smashes record with 15-0 win

Stanford set an NCAA postseason record for goals in a game with its 15-0 win over Prairie View A&M on Friday night.

Catarina Macario, the 2018 Hermann Trophy winner, finished with four goals and five assist, upping her season total for goals to 27, a program record. Sophia Smith also scored a hat trick and added two assists, while Bianca Caetano-Ferrara had a hat trick off the bench.

-- Central Connecticut State upset fourth-seeded Rutgers, 1-0, on a goal by junior Erica Bardes in the 88th minute. Sophomore keeper Amanda McQuillan made 10 saves for the Blue Devils, who won only their second game ever in the NCAA Tournament.

-- Evelyne Viens’ hat trick gave South Florida a 4-2 victory at Florida, its first against the Gators in eight meetings. The senior broke the AAC single-season scoring record with 23 goals.

-- BYU, a No. 2 seed, blitzed Boise State for three goals in the first half of the second half to record a 5-1 win in front of 3,682 fans at South Field.

-- Texas A&M advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the 22nd consecutive season, the third-longest active streak in the nation, with a 4-1 in over Texas.

-- Penn State won its 10th straight game, scoring three unanswered goals in a 3-1 comeback win over Stony Brook.

Dates
Second and third rounds: Nov. 21-22 and Nov. 23-24 at regional sites.
Quarterfinals: Nov. 29 or 30.
Women's College Cup: Dec. 6 and 8 in San Jose, California.

First Round
1 Stanford 15 Prairie View A&M 0
Saturday: Hofstra vs. Loyola Chicago, 1 pm.
Saturday: Arizona vs. TCU, 8 pm.
4 Penn State 3 Stony Brook 1
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3 Arkansas 3 North Texas 0
NC State 3 Navy 0
Louisville 1 Lipscomb 0
2 BYU 5 Boise State 1
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Saturday: 1 Virginia vs. Radford, 7 pm.
Washington State 1 Memphis 0
Saturday: Georgetown vs. West Virginia, Noon.
4 Rutgers 0 Central Conn. State 1
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Saturday: 3 Kansas vs. Iowa, 6 pm.
Virginia Tech 0 Xavier 1
Sunday: Notre Dame vs. Saint Louis, 1 pm.
Saturday: 2 South Carolina vs. Samford,  6 pm.
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2 UCLA 4 Lamar 1
Clemson 0 Vanderbilt 0 (5-4 on PKs)
Duke 4 Utah 0
3 Wisconsin 1 Milwaukee 0
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Saturday: 4 Washington vs. Seattle U, 9 pm.
Florida 2 South Florida 4
Saturday: Brown vs. Monmouth, 12:30 pm.
Saturday: 1 Florida State vs. South Alabama, 6 pm.
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Saturday: 2 USC vs. CSU Fullerton, 4 pm.
Texas A&M 4 Texas 1
Saturday: Santa Clara vs. California, 4 pm.
3 Oklahoma State 1 South Dakota State 0
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4 Texas Tech 2 Pepperdine 2 (4-3 on PKs)
Michigan 2 Bowling Green 1
Saturday: Colorado vs. Northern Colorado, 2 pm.
Saturday: 1 North Carolina vs. Belmont, 6 pm.
Note: All times ET.

2 comments about "NCAA Division I Women's Tournament: Stanford smashes record with 15-0 win".
  1. Bill Dooley, November 16, 2019 at 9:07 p.m.

    What's Macario doing scoring a goal in the 78th minute with the score already 13-0?

    Classless.

  2. Kent James replied, November 17, 2019 at 10:43 a.m.

    I agree. 15-0 is not really something to be proud of.  

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