Stanford grad Rachel Buehler scored a goal and Cardinal grad Nicole Barnhart finished the game in the net as the USA women's national soccer team downed visiting Mexico, 7-0, on Tuesday at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.
Palo Alto grad Teresa Noyola was originally listed as playing for Mexico, but the former Stanford All-American did not appear on the game roster.
UCLA's Sidney Leroux scored four goals while Abby Wambach added a goal and assist. Morgan Brian also scored for the Americans, who outshot Mexico, 27-7, including a 12-2 advantage in shots on goal.
Buehler scored her goal after a corner kick that Heather O'Reilly picked up and shot. The ball was deflected by a defender and fell right to Buehler, who rolled it into the net from seven yards out. It was Buehler's fifth goal in her international career.
Buehler's goal can be seen here.
The U.S. takes a six-week break before gathering again in the middle of October.
Menlo-Atherton High grad Christian Abrego scored in the 11th minute with an assist from Andrew Cota and Menlo College downed visiting Holy Names, 1-0, in a nonconference match on Tuesday.
The Oaks (1-1) open their Cal Pac season with a home match against Pacific Union on Sept. 13 at 3 p.m.