Washington Clinches Pac-10 With 6-1 Win Over Oregon

Oct. 29, 2000

EUGENE, Ore. - Despite outshooting No. 2-ranked Washington 20-15, the University of Oregon women's soccer team lost 6-1 Sunday afternoon at Pape' Field.

Washington (18-1-0, 9-1-0), winners of 11 in a row, clinched its first Pac-10 title. Oregon, meanwhile, drops to 4-13-1 and 1-5-1.

The Huskies were led by Theresa Wagner's four goals -- all scored in the first 30 minutes of play. The first came in the third minute of action, as her shot from about 20 yards out bounced once and slipped past Oregon goalkeeper Jeanine Norstad. Wagner also assisted on Tami Bennett's goal at the 13th minute to put the Huskies up 3-0. Wagner's seven points and four goals were the most ever against the Ducks.

Dana Dibble scored Washington's last goal in the 35th minute on an assist from Katie Goodeve.

The Ducks got on the scoreboard on a Beth Bowler goal from 18 yards out after a short pass from Crystal David in the 67th minute. Bowler led Oregon with five shots.

Goalkeeper Sarah Peters relieved Norstad in the second half and kept the Huskies scoreless along with tallying four saves.

The game marked the final home appearances for seniors Mary Cascio, T.J. Johnson, Melissa Parker and Allyssa White. Parker finished the match with four shots.

Oregon plays its final two games this season on the road at Stanford on Friday and California on Sunday.


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