Stanford junior forward Chioma Ubogagu was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week in women's soccer, the conference office announced Tuesday.
Ubogagu played a role in four of Stanford's five goals over the weekend in earning a weekend sweep of Oregon and Oregon State. She scored one goal, had two assists, and had a shot that led to another.
Ubogagu assisted on the winning goal of a 2-1 victory over Oregon on Friday with a flick header to Courtney Verloo, who buried the shot in the 82nd minute.
In a 4-1 victory over Oregon State on Sunday, Ubogagu had two hard shots that led to first-half goals. The first couldn't be handled by the goalkeeper, and Sydney Payne took advantage with a header off the rebound.
A few minutes later, Ubogagu took a 22-yard free kick that bounced off the woodwork and into the path of Alex Doll for a goal.
In the final minute of play, Ubogagu took a centering pass from Ryan Walker-Hartshorn and struck a left-footed shot that snuck inside the right post to close the scoring.
Ubogagu has two goals and six assists this season.
Stanford finished second at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate two-day tournament at Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas. The Cardinal recorded a final round of 350 on Tuesday and recorded a three-round total of 1,045.
The finish was Stanford's fourth top-10 showing in as many events this fall, and third top-five performance.
Oklahoma State went 340-349-340 to win the event at 36-under. Stanford was 16 strokes off the lead with its 20-under team performance. Baylor (17-under), New Mexico (16-under) and Southern Methodist (14-under) were next in line.
Patrick Rodgers and his final-round 65 was the best score of any Cardinal in the event. Rodgers worked around two bogeys on the front nine with three birdies before the turn, going on to post a 5-under on the back nine.
Rodgers (70-71-65) tied with Cameron Wilson (69-67-70) at 206 for eighth place. Wilson doubled the first hole to start off Tuesday but played the next 17 holes at 3-under. Wilson had one bogey in three rounds on the back nine.
David Boote (70-67-71) tied for 13th at 5-under. Boote was 3-over through five holes in the final round, but rallied back to finish his final trek through the course at even.
Jim Liu (68-72-73, 213, E) tied for 29th, Patrick Grimes (72-71-71, 214, +1) tied for 32nd and Viraat Badhwar (72-70-73, 215, +2) tied for 37th.
Stanford will return to action Feb. 6-8 at the Amer Ari Invitational in Kona, Hawaii.