Freshmen Stephanie Amack of Pleasanton and Megan Turner of Danville scored their first collegiate goals as the fourth-ranked Stanford women's soccer team routed Loyola Marymount 4-0 at Cagan Stadium on Friday.

Courtney Verloo scored on a 25-yard free kick and had an assist on Turner's goal. Minnesota transfer Taylor Uhl got the final goal for Stanford (3-0-1), which extended its home unbeaten streak to 69 games.

The streak is the second-longest in NCAA Division I history, behind North Carolina's 84 from 1986-94.

On Sunday, Stanford hosts No. 16 Maryland (4-1), which lost 1-0 at Santa Clara (3-2) on Friday. Sofia Huerta had an unassisted goal in the 13th minute.

  • Ifeoma Onumonu and Celeste Boureille had a goal apiece, leading No. 18/19 Cal (4-0-1) to 2-1 win over Harvard (0-1) in the USF Tournament. Goalkeeper Emily Kruger had four saves for the Bears. Onumonu scored at 2:43 into the match from the top of the box.

  • No. 25 Marquette (3-2) breezed to a 3-0 win over Saint Mary's (1-4) in the Marquette Classic. Gaels keeper Kaeli Schmidt made nine saves.

  • Christina Higgins had 14 kills and Adrienne Gehan added 12 as the Cal women's volleyball team posted a 25-17, 25-20, 25-20 victory over South Florida during the first day of the Bluejay Invitational in Omaha, Neb. The Bears posted their third straight sweep to begin the season.

  • Saint Mary's (2-1) cruised 25-14, 25-18, 25-23 over visiting Miami (2-1), as Kristina Graven had 15 kills.

    AFL

    The SaberCats were assigned three players in the league's offseason assignment process. They were former Utah Blaze defensive back David Hyland and quarterback Nick Stephens and ex-Chicago Rush offensive lineman Zack McKnight. San Jose also exercised one-year rookie options on Jordan Mudge, Dennis Godfrey, Andre Freeman, Ollie Ogbu, Justin Edison and Mitch Mustain.

    Motor sports

    The FIA World Touring Car Championship and Eurosport will honor longtime Sonoma Raceway spokesman John Cardinale at this weekend's races. Cardinale died of cancer in March. The "John Cardinale Award" will be given to the Northern California media outlet that does the most to promote the Sonoma WTCC event. This year's award will go to Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.