Despite playing a man down nearly the entire match, Washington registered a 3-0 victory over Stanford in Pac-10 men's soccer action at Husky...

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Despite playing a man down nearly the entire match, Washington registered a 3-0 victory over Stanford in Pac-10 men’s soccer action at Husky Soccer Field yesterday.


Senior Evan Cummings and sophomores Ely Allen and Spencer Schmidt accounted for the Huskies’ (9-4-1, 3-3-1) trio of goals.


Cummings put UW on the board early in the ninth minute and after senior Jeff Hoover was ejected in the 13th minute, Allen and Schmidt had two more goals.


Allen’s second goal of the season came in the 30th minute, while Schmidt’s third score of the year sealed UW’s win in the 80th minute. Stanford fell to 4-9-2, 1-5-1.


Other men’s games


Seattle University 2, Cal State San Bernardino 0


Bobby McAlister and Alex Chursky did not play because of suspensions from Friday’s game, but the Redhawks (13-5-0) were still able to get past Cal State San Bernardino (8-9-1) in a nonconference neutral site match in Phoenix.


Puget Sound 1, Willamette 0


Josh Hedrick scored off a scramble in front of the goal with less than nine minutes left as UPS escaped with a Northwest Conference win.


Grand Canyon 2, at Western Washington 0


Western Washington (2-15-1) was shut out for the ninth time this season.


Women’s soccer


Despite outshooting Humboldt State 21-4 and having all the play for the majority of the match, Seattle University was forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against the Lumberjacks in wet and cold conditions at Championship Field.


The match was even for about the first 15 minutes before Madison Collins scored for the Redhawks on an assist from Ashley Porter, but from that point on, it was all Seattle (12-4-1, 6-2-1 GNAC). The Redhawks couldn’t score again, though, and Humboldt State (6-9-1, 2-5-1 GNAC) was opportunistic with an open-net goal in the second half to earn the draw.


Idaho State 1, Eastern Washington 0


Tia Peterson scored the only goal of the game for Idaho State (4-10-1, 1-2-1 Big Sky) in the 68th minute. The Eagles fell to 3-10-3, 1-3-1.


Western Oregon 1, at Central Washington 0


Western Oregon’s Amy Weberg scored the game’s only goal at the 65th minute in the home finale for the Wildcats (6-10-1, 3-5-1).


Puget Sound 3, at Willamette 0


Puget Sound solidified its hold on the No. 1 ranking in the West Region with a Northwest Conference win over Willamette


Tennis


Huskies junior Alex Slovic advanced to the semifinals in both singles and doubles, leading the Washington men at the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championships in Santa Clara, Calif.


Slovic and junior Daniel Chu, along with sophomores Klaus Jank and Andy Kuharszky make up the two Huskies doubles teams that earned spots in today’s semifinals.


In the singles main draw quarterfinals, Slovic defeated Jakub Cech from Fresno State (6-4, 3-6, 6-1) to earn his spot in the semifinals.


Slovic will face Stanford’s James Pade in today’s semifinals.


Compiled from sports-information reports and other sources.