Arizona soccer is four games away from the NCAA soccer tournament. The Wildcats currently sit in the top 25 of the RPI rankings, and look to be in a position to host at least one postseason game. Most competitive teams at this point in the season have an identity. That being said, the Wildcats don't quite seem to have a preferred playing style.
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The unranked Arizona Wildcats played the No. 1 team in the country, the UCLA Bruins, to a 2-2 draw after 110 minutes of play on Sunday afternoon. Goals from Hannah Clifford and Amanda Porter highlighted the game for the ‘Cats, along with a penalty save by Lainey Burdett.
Arizona soccer salvaged the weekend against No. 2 Stanford and No. 11 Cal escaping with a split, 1-1-0 record.
Cali Crisler has made herself invaluable for the Arizona Wildcats thus far. She has assisted five of Arizona’s seven goals to date, including two against Oregon in the ‘Cats Pac-12 opening victory.
Arizona will face off the Brigham Young Cougars on Friday, Sept. 15 to wrap up their non-conference play. Both Arizona and BYU are fresh off momentum swinging wins with the Wildcats beat Texas Tech 1-0, and the Cougars beat Oregon State 3-0 on Monday.
Arizona soccer senior midfielder Gabi Stoian’s impact on the field is immeasurable. Stoian is recognized for her goal scoring and chance creating abilities. Her on field aptitude will be a loss for Arizona after she graduates in Spring 2018.
Texas Tech forced the Arizona Wildcats to be creative on Sunday night, in Arizona’s 1-0 win. The Wildcats were able to find the back of the net for their first home goal, which led to their first home win. Arizona played very conservative teams this weekend, and played their best soccer of the year to date, according to head coach Tony Amato.
The Arizona Wildcats soccer team started their 2017 campaign off with a 2-0 win over then No. 16 Oklahoma. Arizona limited Oklahoma to five shots and only one on target, while firing off 16 of their own, nine of which hit the frame. Arizona was caught offsides 10 times, which simply shows activity and creativity while on offense.
With the dawn of a new season comes an infusion of new players fresh from the high school ranks eager to make a difference.