PORTLAND – The Washington women’s soccer team took down the Central Michigan Flying Chippewas 2-0 on Sunday, in the final round of play at the Nike Portland Invitational.
Both Husky goals came from freshman Becca Schoales and were assisted by Lindsay Elston.
The first, in the 26th minute, was from a clean shot in the box. The second goal came off an Elston cross from the left that Schoales headed into the net in the 53rd minute.
“We played well for 90 minutes today and Becca Schoales helped our team breaking the goal-scoring drought,” UW coach Lesle Gallimore said. “We created opportunities on a very organized CMU defense using patience.”
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The Huskies improved to 2-4.
OTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER
• In a match where all scoring occurred in the first half, Seattle University (2-1-2) recorded its second tie of the weekend, 2-2, at Purdue (3-2-1).
• Host Eastern Washington fell to Fresno State 3-2 in overtime.
After an early Bulldog goal in the 13th minute, sophomore Alisha Stott answered in the 40th minute. Cassie Black gave Eastern (0-5) a 2-1 lead before the Bulldogs (2-3) scored twice.
• Nicole Setterlund’s goal in the seventh minute lifted Washington State to a 1-0 victory over Weber State in nonconference match in Boise, Idaho.
The goal came off a corner kick by Micaela Castain. The Cougars (4-0-1) recorded their fourth straight shutout while handing the Wildcats (2-1-2) their first loss of the season.
Seattle University (0-3-1) earned a 1-1 tie at Sacramento State (1-1-1). Miguel Gonzalez scored the goal for the Redhawks.
• Lars Ludwigs took a pass from Nick Hamer and buried a shot to a wide open lower-left corner as Gonzaga (2-1-0) earned a 1-0 double-overtime victory at Cal Poly.
• Western Washington freshmen defenders Trevor Bartels and Troy McCarty scored their first goals and Andrew Weishaar had two assists as the Vikings defeated host Colorado Christian 4-1.
From sports-information reports.