Pac-12 NCAA men's soccer tournament scores for Nov. 23
The Beavers' first postseason run since 2003 came to an end Sunday in Omaha at the hands of the hometown Blue Jays. Creighton midfielder Lucas Stauffer scored the only goal of the second-round match, rebounding off a Fabian Herbers attempt in the 50th minute.
Bobby Sekine has scored just two goals on the year, but they're coming when it counts: Sekine's second goal in two games moved the Golden Bears past Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville on Sunday and into the third round. Goalkeeper Alex Mangels supported the effort with his second-career shutout. Cal faces UCLA in the third round on Sunday, Nov. 30.
It took nine rounds of penalty kicks, but the Dawgs are on to the third round of the NCAA tournament. After playing to a 0-0 draw in regulation, Washington and Furman faced off in a shootout for the ages: UW missed its first three attempts, then rattled off six in a row to knock off Furman in Seattle on Sunday. Up next for Washington is (3) Michigan State on Sunday, Nov. 30.
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The (6) Cardinal suffered its first home loss in 2014 and its first defeat to UC Irvine since 1993 on Sunday, falling 1-0 in overtime to the Anteaters in Palo Alto. UCI's Michael Sperber nailed the game-winner at 6:35 in the first overtime period to end the season for the Pac-12 champions.
UCLA advances to third round with 2-1 overtime victory
Leo Stolz carried the Bruins past UC San Diego and on to the next round on Sunday, scoring both of UCLA's goals – including the golden goal in the seventh minute of overtime. The Bruins will make their fifth third-round appearance in the past six seasons as UCLA hosts Cal on Sunday, Nov. 30.