After putting together a record-breaking season as a freshman for the Duke University women’s soccer team, Cobb came up one game short of her ultimate goal when the Blue Devils fell 1-0 to Stanford in the NCAA Division I national title game on Sunday, Dec. 4 in Kennesaw, Ga. Stanford finished the season undefeated. It was the first national title for the Cardinal women's soccer program.
Chugiak High graduates Alison Oien and Kendra Bulawa helped the Colorado School of Mines girls soccer team to one of its most successful seasons in school history as the Orediggers reached the NCAA Division II Elite Eight, losing there in a shootout to top-ranked Grand Valley State.
The team finished 17-3-3 on the season and claimed its first Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship with a 2-0 win over Colorado Mesa on Nov. 6. Oien supplied the game-winner in that one, picking up her first goal of the season with a strike 20 minutes into the match.
Josiah Steff, Kris Tomazevic, Hunter Hanson, Josh Smith and Connor Hetzel each notched goals in Chugiak’s 5-2 CIC win over Bartlett on Nov. 29 at the McDonald Center in Eagle River. Matt Bennett made 14 saves to earn the win.
Chugiak 2, West 0
Joey Lindquist posted a 23-save shutout while Ted Walters and Kris Tomazevic scored goals to give Chugiak a 2-0 win over West on Nov. 22 at the McDonald Center in Eagle River.
The Duke University freshman striker and 2011 Chugiak High graduate helped her team earn a spot in the women's soccer national semifinals — also known as the College Cup — with a 2-0 win over Long Beach State on Friday, Nov. 25.
Cobb didn't score in the match, though she did lead the team in shots — including one that bounced off the crossbar.
So far this year, Cobb leads her team in goals (11), points (30), shots (89), shots on goal (40) and game-winning goals (6).