Cougar Soccer Battle Oregon In Double-Overtime
Oct. 15, 2006
EUGENE, Ore. - Washington State soccer earned its seventh shut out of the season Sunday as the Cougars recorded a 0-0 double-overtime tie against Oregon (9-5-0, 3-0-0) 1-0 at Pape Field. WSU moves to 7-4-3 overall and 2-0-1 in conference play.
The two teams battled through two halves of scoreless play trading possession and scoring opportunities. The Cougars edged Oregon on the stat sheet, out shooting the Ducks 15-11 in the first 90 minutes. Carly Dobratz led the Washington State attack, taking five shots placing four on frame before regulation time expired.
Dobratz finished the match with a total of six shots as the Cougar won the overall offensive battle with 17 shots to the Ducks' 14. Anna Miller had four shots while Kiersten Dallstream added three. WSU keeper Brynn Bemis posted two saves while Oregon's Jessie Chatfield was forced to make six stops in the contest.
Washington State returns to Pullman and Lower Soccer Field where they host No. 25 Stanford Friday, Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. and No. 12 California Sunday, Oct. 22 at noon.