Ali Doller heads the ball during the game against Kansas at a tournament in Tempe. Doller used to play for ASU, until she was injured and moved to Tucson to join the Wildcats. (Photo by Arianna Grainey)
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Senior Kaitlyn Pavlovich jumps in anticipation of heading the ball during the game against Illinois. Despite being a center defender, Pavlovich scored two goals this weekend. (Photo by Arianna Grainey)
Freshman defender Larisa Staub heads the ball at a home game in Tempe against Utah. The Sun Devils won despite trailing Utah for most of the game. (Photo by Murphy Bannerman)
Freshman defender Larisa Staub prepares to jump to head the ball for ASU against Colorado this weekend. The game ended in a 2-2 tie, and the Sun Devils will play again on Nov. 7 at UA. (Photo by Arianna Grainey)
Sophomore defender McKenzie Berryhill heads the ball at a home game in Tempe. The Sun Devils face Colorado at home for their next game. (Photo by State Press Staff)
The ASU women's soccer team tied Washington (7-6-4, 3-1-4 Pac-12) on Friday and lost against Washington State (10-3-3, 4-3-1 Pac-12) on its home field on Sunday.
After another game with no goals, the frustrations continue to build for the ASU women's soccer team.
Chalk this one up as a game they should have won.
At this point last season, the ASU women's soccer team was 6-8-1, and in a two-game losing streak.
Senior Kaitlyn Pavlovich jumps in anticipation of heading the ball in a game against Illinois in September. The ASU women’s soccer team has been on the road since Sept. 29, and is looking forward to playing a home game. (Photo by Arianna Grainey)
Not this time.
Senior forward Devin Marshall controls the ball during a women's soccer game. The Sun Devils defeated Standford last weekend, and will head to UCLA this weekend to play the No. 2 team. (Photo by Arianna Grainey)
It’s a really difficult season to gauge the quality of teams in the Pac-12. On any given day, anyone can beat anyone. Of the first 30 conference games, 25 were decided by one goal or fewer. The defense in the conference is also playing exceptional as in those 30 games, 16 had one goal or fewer scored.
What does MLB expect, fans able to take a day off work or ditch school to watch their favorite teams' playoff games?
When a team's two scorers combine for one shot, it’s not exactly a recipe for success.
For the second time in two games, sophomore forward Sara Tosti delivered the game-winning goal for the ASU soccer team.
Sophomore midfielder Tommi Goodman winds up to pass the ball at a home game in Tempe. The Sun Devils have two more match ups this weekend on the road. (Photo by State Press Staff)
On top of the shocking upset at No. 2 Stanford, breaking all kinds of Cardinal streaks, ASU soccer coach Kevin Boyd made his mark on ASU history.
The odds weren’t on ASU’s side when they headed into the Bay Area for showdowns against No. 11 Cal and No. 2 Stanford.