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TUCSON, AZ Arizona women's soccer will travel to California to take on No. 2 Stanford on Fri., Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. and California on Sun., Oct. 6 at 1 p.m. The match vs. Stanford will be televised on Pac-12 Networks.

The Wildcats dropped their first Pac-12 match to No. 11 UCLA, 2-1, on Sunday, Sept. 29. In the loss, sophomore Hannah Wong scored Arizona's lone goal off a pass from senior Jazmin Ponce. The Bruins outshot the Wildcats, 18-8, with Ponce leading the team with two shots. Junior goalkeeper Gabby Kaufman tied her season high of seven saves in the loss.

Among the Pac-12, Arizona is tied with Stanford in the goals category with 24. Ponce is in third place in the Pac-12 with 40 shots, averaging four per game. Kaufman is tied for second place in the Pac-12 for saves with 43.

Last weekend, No. 2 Stanford (8-0-1) traveled to Colorado and picked up a 2-0 victory against the Buffs. California (7-0-3) traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah and San Francisco, Calif.  where they drew against the Utes and beat the Dons.

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