SOCCER SPIRIT . . Former Menlo School and Stanford standout Jaye Boissiere signed with the Washington Spirit of the National Women's Soccer League, becoming the fourth Stanford alum on the Spirit, joining Jordan DiBiasi, Tegan McGrady and Andi Sullivan. Washington finished 9-8-7 last season. Boissiere helped Stanford win the 2017 Women's College Cup and was named the College Cup Most Outstanding Offensive Player. She scored the goal that clinched the victory over UCLA in the championship match. The midfielder collected 28 points that season, with nine goals and 10 assists. The following year, Boissiere was on the MAC Hermann Trophy Award watch list and was called up to the United States Under-23 national team in March of 2018.
WATER WORLD . . Stanford juniors Tyler Abramson and Ben Hallock each scored a pair of goals and the United States men's national water polo team edged Greece 14-13 in the finale of an International Friendly competition in Cuneo, Italy. Former Cardinal standout Alex Bowen also scored for the Americans (1-2), who finished third in the first competition of the year. The U.S. will travel to Brisbane for a three-game series with host Australia beginning Tuesday.
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