Stanford women’s soccer came close to an undefeated record last season on their route to winning the 2017 national championship, but finished the season at 23-1-0. Not a single men’s or women’s soccer team finished out 2017-2018 with a perfect season.
This season, there is only one teams left in college soccer that is still playing with perfect (no losses or ties) records. With Washington State’s loss to Colorado on Oct. 4, no women’s teams remained undefeated. The next night, on Oct. 5, Wake Forest lost 2-0 to Syracuse to end its perfect run. Will the last men’s team go unscathed for the remainder of the 2018-2019 season?
Saint Mary’s (11-0)
Next game: Oct. 7 vs. Pacific
No. 9 Saint Mary’s became the first men’s soccer team to reach double-digit wins with their 1-0 victory over New Mexico. Now the Gaels are the final perfect team in Division I college soccer.
The team leads the nation in shots on goal, is fourth in offensive scoring and is fifth in save percentage. The Gaels have hope to continue the regular season undefeated, as they face no ranked opponents through mid-November.