Wake Forest University: Katie Dry
California Storm standout Katie Dry is currently in her third year at Wake Forest and continues to feature for the Demon Deacons. The team has had a rough time in the Atlantic Coast Conference, with just two wins in seven games.
Dry has played in 14 games throughout the season, starting four of those, including Wake Forest’s 2-0 win against Georgetown. She had two shots in that game and played 59 minutes.
Dry scored her first goal since 2012 for Wake Forest in a 3-2 loss to UNC Wilmington.
Wake Forest’s next game is this Thursday, October 23 at 7PM E.T, when Boston College visits the Deacons. Wake Forest (2-4-1) is currently in 10th place in the ACC, while Boston College (3-4-0) stands two places above in 8th place.
You can catch that game live here and the check out the rest of the Wake Forest season schedule here.
Sonoma State University: Lauren Curtin, Ashley Luis, Kristal Luna
Sonoma State is having a great season in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. The Seawolves are currently in second place in the CCAA, six points behind Cal State L.A.
Lauren Curtin has been a key player for Sonoma State, starting every game (15 GP), and leading the Seawolves’ offense with ten goals this season. Aside from her ten goals, Curtin also has two assists this season.
Ashley Luis has started in goal four times this season and played in 10 games total. Luis has made 22 saves this season. She helped keep a clean sheet in the 1-0 win against Chico State, where Curtin scored the winning goal, her eighth of the season.
Kristal Luna has also featured for Sonoma State this season, with ten games played and six starts. The sophomore defender has also recorded one assist and three shots this year.
The Seawolves’ next game is this Friday, October 24, when they take on seventh-placed UC San Diego at Sonoma State. Kickoff for that game is at 12:30 PM P.T. You can catch the game here.
For more on Sonoma State Women’s Soccer, click here.
UC Berkeley: Kelsie Dickerson, Kory Lamet
Cal started off their season well, with six non-conference wins, but they have had a harder time in the Pac-12 Conference. The Golden Bears currently sit in eighth place in Pac-12, nine points behind #1UCLA.
Kelsie Dickerson has started four conference games for the Golden Bears, and has played a total of six. Kory Lamet has played in all six conference games, but has not started.
Cal’s next game is at Arizona State, this Friday, October 24. The game kicks off at 7PM P.T. and can be viewed here.
Stanford University: Hannah Farr
Stanford has been doing very well this season in the Pac-12 Conference, currently fourth in the standings. The team is 4-1-1 in the conference.
California Storm’s Hannah Farr recently added to her impressive athletic resume, when she scored her first career goal for the Cardinal. Farr scored the only goal of the match, which gave Stanford the victory over Pac-12 standout USC. Farr has started two out of six conference games. She has one goal, one assist, and 11 shots on goal so far.
Stanford will face the University of Arizona next. The game will take place this Friday, October 24. Kickoff is at 7PM P.T.
You can watch it here.
More updates on other California Storm college athletes soon to follow!