Washington fell behind early, fought back and earned a 2-2 Pac-12 women's soccer draw with Oregon State on Sunday at Husky Soccer Field.
Washington fell behind early, fought back and earned a 2-2 Pac-12 women’s soccer draw with Oregon State on Sunday at Husky Soccer Field.
The first 10 minutes went about as bad as could be for the Huskies (10-6-3, 3-5-2 league) as the Beavers (11-5-3, 3-4-3) scored twice, including a penalty kick.
Lindsay Elston scored a minute before halftime and Jaclyn Softli got the equalizer in the 51st.
In overtime, Washington had two corner kicks but couldn’t break the tie.
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The Huskies’ final regular-season game is Friday at Washington State.
• Brandi Vega scored in the 37th minute, giving Washington State a 1-0 women’s victory over Oregon in Pullman. Gurveen Clair made only one save in her fourth solo shutout for WSU (11-6-1, 5-4-1 Pac-12).
• Seattle University’s men lost 3-0 to New Mexico in the Redhawks’ final home match. The Redhawks (3-12-1, 1-7-1 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) finish the season at San Jose State on Saturday.
• Denver got a 2-0 win over the Redhawks women in the final regular-season match for Seattle (8-8-2, 3-3-2). The Redhawks face Louisiana Tech Thursday in Logan, Utah, in the Western Athletic Conference tournament.
• Andrew Weishaar had a pair of goals as Western Washington’s men (8-7-2, 6-5-2 Great Northwest Athletic Conference) defeated Saint Martin’s 5-1 in Lacey. Dylan Gaydish scored for the Saints (3-14, 2-11).
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From sports-information reports.