Pac-12 men’s soccer scores for Friday, Sept. 27
Alec Sundly netted his second golden goal of the season to give No. 1/2 California a 1-0 overtime win over Santa Clara on Friday on Goldman Field at Edwards Stadium. At the 99:08 mark, just 52 seconds from the end of the first OT period, junior midfielder Max Oldham drove a dangerous cross deep into the Broncos' box, and Sundly stuck the ball in the net.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State men’s soccer team scored four goals in the second half, as the Beavers defeated Northwest Christian 5-0 in their final nonconference game of the 2013 season. The victory was Oregon State’s (7-2-0) sixth-straight home win to start the year, setting a new school record for consecutive home victories.
It was the first weekend of the year for UC Santa Barbara students but Stanford forward Jordan Morris made sure they had one less reason to party Friday night, netting a 95th-minute winner to give the Cardinal (5-1-1) a 2-1 win over the Gauchos (4-4-0) in front of 7,750 at Harder Stadium.
SEATTLE — No. 5 Washington stayed unbeaten, getting a Darwin Jones golden goal in the 105th minute to defeat SMU, 2-1. The Dawgs (6-0-2) fell behind, but came back to dominate SMU (2-6-0) in the second half and overtime to pull out an exciting victory.