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Press pilots the point in Stanford women's soccer victory

Original post made on Sep 27, 2010

==BI Saturday's Cardinal corner==

Christen Press' record-setting chip shot proved to be a game-winner as No. 2 Stanford earned a 2-1 victory over No. 3 Portland on Saturday night in nonconference women's soccer action at sold out Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. Stanford scored two goals within a 15-minute span to take a 2-0 lead during the first half.

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Posted by Stanford fan, a resident of University South
on Sep 27, 2010 at 6:15 pm

The first half of the Stanford women's soccer game versus Portland was about as well-played as it could be, even the more impressive against such a strong opponent. It was a joy to watch - great team play and passing to work the ball into dangerous areas! Go Card!


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