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Stanford Athletics | May 8, 2015

Stanford rolls by Princeton in first round to advance to NCAA semifinals

2015 NC Women's Water Polo Championship: First Round Recap

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Maggie Steffens and Kiley Neushul each scored three times and Stanford defeated Princeton 7-2 in NCAA quarterfinal action at Avery Aquatic Center on Friday afternoon. The Cardinal advance to the NCAA semifinal on Saturday evening against Southern California.

Stanford scored six of its seven goals in the first half. Princeton goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson made 18 saves to keep the Tigers within reach.

The Cardinal took advantage of their man-up and penalty opportunities. Steffens converted on two of Stanford’s 6-on-5 chances, once in the first quarter and once in the second, and Neushul put home two of her scores on five-meter penalty shots.

Dani Jackovich tallied Stanford’s other goal of the day, scoring her 28th of the year with 1:42 on the clock in the first quarter.

Gabby Stone made eight saves in the cage for the Cardinal.

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