The sixth-ranked Washington men’s soccer team had a surprisingly tough time with visiting Georgia State (1-5-1) on Sunday afternoon, settling for a 1-1 tie.
Josh Heard put the Huskies (5-0-2) ahead with his first goal of the season in the 28th minute, but Georgia State’s Amiri Abraham scored the equalizer just five minutes later.
Washington outshot Georgia State 20-8 and led in corner kicks 12-2.
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• Seattle University (1-6-0) rallied for its first win of the season, 3-2 in overtime over Florida Gulf Coast (0-5-1).
“We’ve gone into overtime four times now in eight games, so it’s good to get a win,” said Seattle coach Pete Fewing.
In the 100th minute, Brady Ballew made the game-winner, his first goal of the season.
• No. 19 Gonzaga (4-2-0) defeated No. 21 Wisconsin 2-0 in Chicago.
• Northwest University’s team was named the “Adidas Team of the Week” in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
• Washington State scored a pair of goals in each half to post a 4-0 victory at UC Irvine.
With the victory, the Cougars (7-0-2) wrapped up the nonconference portion of their schedule undefeated and extended their unbeaten streak to 13, the second-longest active streak in the country.
• Seattle University (4-2-2) defeated visiting Cal Poly 4-0 in its final nonconference match of the season.
“I was really pleased with our game today,” said coach Julie Woodward. “Most importantly, we got a shutout.”
• Gonzaga (3-4-1) played to a 0-0 tie against visiting Nevada.
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From sports-information reports.