Taylor Uhl scored two goals and Natalie Griffen had two assists to lead No. 3 Stanford to a 3-1 nonconference women's soccer victory over visiting Iowa State on Sunday.
Courtney Verloo also scored as the Cardinal (5-0-1) extended its home unbeaten streak to 71, the second-longest in NCAA Division I women's soccer history, by scoring twice after Iowa State (4-4-0) equalized 15 seconds into the second half.
Outside right back Griffen set up both late goals, first by looping a pass on to the feet of Verloo, who rattled a close-range shot between goalkeeper Maddie Jobe's legs in the 60th minute. Another Griffen pass arrived at the feet of Uhl, who sent a low 83rd minute shot inside the left post.
Uhl had opened the scoring by jumping on a rebound after Ryan Walker-Hartshorn's initial shot was blocked by Jobe, who made 10 saves. Jennifer Dominguez tied the match for the Cyclones after a cross from Hayley Womack glanced off the fingertips of Stanford goalkeeper Jane Campbell and landed at her feet in front of an open net. The goal seemed to ignite Stanford, which outshot Iowa State, 31-7.
For Uhl, it was her second consecutive two-goal performance and her fifth goal in three matches. She now has six goals. Verloo, with two, is the only other Cardinal with more than one.
Stanford hosts Saint Mary's on Thursday (7 p.m.) on the Pac-12 Networks. On Sunday (7 p.m.), Stanford plays at rival Santa Clara on ESPNU.
Stanford senior Cameron Wilson followed his remarkable second-round effort with an even-par 70 for the final round to finish the OFCC/Fighting Ilini Invitational as a co-medalist at even-par 210 over the three-day tournament at Olympia Fields Country Club.
Stanford junior Patrick Rodgers, who finished in 21st place Sunday, won last year's title. The Cardinal finished fifth, 23 strokes behind team champion Alabama, the early-season favorite to win the NCAA title.
Stanford returns to the course on Oct. 6, which kicks off the Marquette Invitational at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.
Under cool conditions, with scattered showers, Wilson matched three bogeys with three birdies to make up three strokes on Alabama's Robby Shelton, who was at even par through 13 holes. Shelton bogeyed at 14, 16 and 17 to fall into the first-place tie.
David Boote overcame a difficult Saturday round to match Wilson's even-par 70 on Sunday.
Stanford goalkeeper Dulcie Davies, with help from her defense, pitched another shutout Sunday as the No. 10 Cardinal beat host No. 8 Iowa, 2-0, in a nonconference match.
Stanford (5-1), winners of five straight, knocked off its highest-ranked opponent since defeating No. 7 Michigan on Oct. 30, 2011.
The Cardinal has managed to score just five goals over its last three contests after scoring five times in back-to-back games, but Davies, who was credited with her 10th career shutout, helped make those goals count.
Stanford has not allowed a goal since Sept. 6, when New Hampshire scored in the second minute of a Cardinal victory, a span of 278 minutes, 39 seconds.
Following a penalty corner, Courtney Haldeman put Stanford in front 1-0 when she found the cage for her third goal of the season as time expired before halftime.
Kelsey Harbin converted a penalty stroke at the 45:38 mark, extending the Cardinal lead to 2-0. She becomes the first Stanford player with at least two penalty stroke goals in the same season since Becky Dru in 2011.
Stanford hosts California on Friday at 2:30 p.m. in the first of two matchups between the NorPac rivals. The Cardinal has held the upper hand in the series, winning 12 of the last 16 meetings.
The contest will also be televised nationally on Pac-12 Network.o convert at least two penalty strokes in a season was Becky Dru (2-2) in 2011.