The Shmooze

Long-Awaited Victory for Jewish Soccer Star

By Renee Ghert-Zand

Rick Bale/Stanford Athletics
Camille Levin

Stanford’s women’s soccer team won its first NCAA championship on Sunday, and senior Camille Levin was instrumental in making it happen. “Levin had one of the strongest games of her career and was arguably the best player on the field today for either side,” wrote Joseph Beyda in the New York Times.

The 1-0 win over Duke was an emotional moment for the Stanford squad, which had reached the Final Four for four years straight, but had never before come home with the College Cup.

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