The No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team (3-1) used a trio of goals and stingy defense to blank No. 22 Gonzaga 3-0 Thursday at Husky Soccer Stadium.
The No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team used a trio of goals and a stingy defense to blank No. 22 Gonzaga 3-0 Thursday at Husky Soccer Stadium.
The match, originally slated to be played in Spokane, was moved to Seattle due to poor air quality in eastern Washington.
Quentin Pearson headed in a corner kick in the 14th minute to open the scoring for the Huskies (3-1).
In the 61st minute, freshman Blake Bodily lofted a beautiful ball to Elijah Rice, who beat the Gonzaga goalkeeper with a header toward the right side.
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In the 86th minute, Scott Menzies rocketed a ball from 30 yards out that hit the top of the crossbar and found the back of the net.
Sergio Rivas scored the game-winning goal in overtime, lifting host Seattle University to a 2-1 win over Mercer. The Redhawks (3-1) extended their Division I-best home winning streak to 19 games at Championship Field.
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Kasey Reeve scored the golden goal as Seattle Pacific defeated Metro State 2-1 in overtime in a nonconference game in Denver. For SPU’s (2-0) first goal, Megan Moore flicked a high pass toward the right post. Mickayla Mury got there first and directed a shot across the goalmouth and in at 70:18.
Chaminade jumped to early leads in all three games and went on to sweep Seattle Pacific 25-19, 25-22, 25-14 in the opening match of the D2 West Region Volleyball Showcase in Monmouth, Ore. Colleen Hannoigan, Gabby Oddo and Gabi Stegemoller had five kills apiece for the Falcons (2-3).