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1996 Final Pacific-10 Conference Standings

Women's soccer finished its second season in the Pac-10 in 1996. Stanford claimed its second consecutive Pac-10 crown with California and Washington finishing a close second.

Stanford senior Erin Martin was named Pac-10 Player of the Year as she led Stanford in points (16), assists (4) and game-winning goals (4) this season.

Stanford and Washington advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Cardinal lost to Santa Clara, 3-2, and the Huskies lost to Portland, 1-0, in the first round of the Tournament.

                   TP  W   L   Pct.    Home    Away
        
1.  Stanford*       18  6   1   .857    3-0-0   3-1-0
2.  California      15  5   2   .714    4-2-0   1-0-0
    Washington      15  5   2   .714    2-1-0   3-1-0
4.  USC             12  4   3   .571    2-2-0   2-1-0
    UCLA            12  4   3   .571    2-1-0   2-2-0
6.  Washington St.   9  3   4   .429    1-2-0   2-2-0
7.  Oregon St.       3  1   6   .143    1-3-0   0-3-0
8.  Arizona          -  0   7   .000    0-4-0   0-3-0
    Oregon^          -  -   -     -       -       -
    Arizona St.^     -  -   -     -       -       -


^Not competing in Pac-10 Conference play this season
*1996 Pac-10 Champion
TP = Total Points: the conference champion is determined by highest number of points.
Three points for a win, one point for a tie and zero points for a loss.



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