Pac-12 women’s soccer scores for Nov. 14
Rally time! Stanford scored five second-half goals to rally from a two-goal deficit and beat Cal State Fullerton in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Chioma Obogagu scored three of the five goals while Taylor Uhl added the other two.
Washington beats Rider to advance in NCAA tournament McKenzie Karas scored her first goal of the season in the 16th minute to give Washington a 1-0 victory over Rider in the first round of the NCAAs. The win was the Huskies’ first in the NCAA tourney since 2010, when they advanced to the Elite Eight.
Katelyn Rowland breaks shutout record as UCLA advances with 5-0 win over USD UCLA goalkeeper Katelyn Rowland surpassed the NCAA record for career shutouts with her 53rd as UCLA defeated San Diego 5-0. The defending national champions have not allowed a goal in their past eight matches.
Washington State's season ends in double-overtime Seattle’s Natasha Howe scored in the 108th minute to give the Redhawks a 2-1 over Washington State and end the Cougars’ season. The loss makes this the third-straight year that the Cougars have seen their season come to an end in a match that extended beyond regulation in the first round of the NCAA women's soccer tournament.
Arizona knocks off Oklahoma State 1-0, advances to second round Holler for Alexandra Doller! The senior, who took six shots on the evening, scored the match's only goal in the 77th minute to beat the Cowgirls for the second time this season. Arizona notched its third NCAA tournament victory in the program's history, the other two coming in 2005 when the Wildcats made it to the Sweet 16.
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