Ben Maurey scored in overtime, lifting Brown to a 4-3 victory over host Washington in a men's soccer game Friday night. Abdul Aman and Dylan...
Ben Maurey scored in overtime, lifting Brown to a 4-3 victory over host Washington in a men’s soccer game Friday night.
Abdul Aman and Dylan Tucker-Gangnes scored for the Huskies, who dropped to 4-3-1.
The Huskies led 2-0 at halftime with the second score coming on an own goal by the Bears.
But Brown (6-1) rallied in the second half for the nonconference win.
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Maurey scored the game-winner in the 93rd minute on an assist by Thomas McNamara. Maurey headed it in to the back of the net from the right side of the box.
“It was our best 45 minutes of the year followed by one of the toughest, not the worst but one of the toughest,” said Washington coach Jamie Clark.
• Seattle University senior Marshall Kosaka scored his second goal of the match with just over three minutes remaining in regulation to give the Redhawks a 4-3 victory over Portland at Championship Field.
The teams were tied at 3 at halftime.
Seattle University (2-4) plays at Washington on Sunday at noon in a match that will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.
• Gonzaga freshman keeper Chris Lowrimore got his first collegiate start Friday, and he made five saves to help the Bulldogs (3-3) beat UC Irvine 2-1 in the opening match of the Soccer Classic hosted by Oregon State.
Kari Davidson made 10 saves for Washington, but host USC pulled out a 1-0 win by scoring with 11 seconds left in the first overtime in the Huskies’ Pac-12 opener.
Samantha Johnson, who had several other great chances on goal, scored the game-winner for USC (4-4-1, 1-0) in the 99th minute.
Washington (7-1-1, 0-1) played just its second overtime game of the season.
“They (the Women of Troy) are physically a tough team to deal with,” said UW coach Lesle Gallimore. “They have great speed and have some really dangerous people in the front half of the field. With that said, I thought we did a good job of absorbing the pressure at times.”
• Kaila Cameli scored two goals as host Portland (6-1) beat Seattle University (4-5) 3-0.
• Western Washington freshman forward Jessica Bertucci suffered a season-ending knee injury Sept. 15 in the Vikings’ contest at Saint Martin’s.
• Northwest University (1-7-1) lost 2-0 to visiting Westminster on a pair of own goals.
Washington State (10-2, 0-2 Pac-12) struggled in its eighth consecutive road match and lost to Arizona State (12-3, 1-1) 25-18, 20-25, 25-22, 25-23 in Tempe, Ariz.
ASU’s Macey Gardner led the match with 25 kills, and Erica Wilson added 19.
Jaicee Harris and Rachel Todorovich combined for 28 of WSU’s 49 kills.
• Southern Oregon snapped Northwest University’s seven-match win streak with a 26-24, 24-26, 25-15, 25-18 victory over the Eagles in Cascade Conference play.
With the victory, Southern Oregon improves to 5-1 in conference and 9-7 overall while Northwest drops to 3-3 in the CCC and 9-6 overall.
• Tom Brandes and Mike Haack of Bellevue and Sean Packer of Seattle combined to lead Team Washington to a tie for 13th at the 10th USGA Men’s State Team Championship, held at Galloway (N.J.) National Golf Club. The three-day event ended Friday.
• The Washington Stealth completed a trade that sends fifth-year transition player Kyle Hartzell to the Philadelphia Wings in exchange for the 23rd pick in the National Lacrosse League entry draft on Oct. 1.