|| Martha West
West at Stanford - 2005: Appeared in all 20 games, making 16 starts ... One of 11 Cardinal players to appear in every game this season ... Finished the season as Stanford's leading scorer with eight points on three goals and two assists ... Took the 100th shot of her career against Saint Louis in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament ... Netted her first goal of the season on a penalty kick against San Jose State ... Also added an assist against the Spartans ... Tallied the Cardinal's first goal in Stanford's 2-1 victory at Navy ... Picked up an assist and a goal in Stanford's last regular season game, assisting on Kelley Birch's game-winner and scoring the insurance goal against Oregon.
2004: Appeared in all 22 games this season, including 15 starts ... Finished the year seven points on three goals and one assist ... Assisted on the game-winning goal against Cal State Fullerton at the Stanford Nike Invitational ... Scored the game-winner against Yale to help the Cardinal claim a share of its tournament title ... Tallied the first goal in Stanford's 2-1 victory over Arizona State ... Posted the Cardinal's insurance goal against Cal Poly in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2000-03: Not a member of the women's soccer team.
1999: Appeared in 20 games, starting 14 matches as a sophomore ... Recorded four goals, including the game-winner against Santa Clara ... Scored the opening goal against Hawai'i ... Chalked up one goal and one assist against San Francisco in Honolulu ... Also picked up a goal and an assist against Richmond.
1998: Appeared in 18 games ... Accumulated 18 shots on goal and three goals ... Had two goals in Stanford's 8-1 victory over Northern Illinois, her first collegiate goals.
High School: Named MVP of her high school team ... Earned Parade Magazine All-America honors in 1997-98 ... Listed on the 1998 Soccer America Top-25 Recruit List ... Also listed among the USA Today Top-15 recruits ... An NSCAA/Umbro All-American ... Was a member of Under-16 National Team ... Also was a member of Under-18 National Pool ... Led her club team, the Dallas Sting, to the 1997 National Club Championship ... A three-year MVP of her high school basketball team ... Also participated in cross country and track.
Personal: Daughter of Britt and Eran West ... Majoring in Philosophy.
West's Year-by-Year Statistics
Last Updated: 11/15/05