Husky Men's Soccer Falls To No. 9 Stanford 2-1 In Double Overtime
Nov. 17, 2002
SEATTLE, Wash. - Stanford's Todd Dunivant scored on a penalty kick in the 103rd minute to lead the ninth-ranked Cardinal over Washington men's soccer, 2-1, in both teams' regular season finale at Husky Soccer Field, Sunday afternoon.
It was the second-straight overtime match for the Huskies who defeated fifth-ranked Cal in dramatic fashion, 2-1, at the 100-minute mark Friday evening. Washington ends the regular season with a 6-10-3 overall record and a 3-7 mark against Pac-10 opponents. Stanford improved to 14-4-2 overall and 5-3-2 in the Pac-10.
The Cardinal got on the board first in the 54th minute on Sean Whalen's first goal of the season. Dunivant served a through pass up the middle to Whalen, whose 18-yard shot from across the box to the far left corner of the goal got past UW junior goalkeeper Daniel Waltman.
The Huskies scored the equalizer with just four minutes left to play in regulation. Freshman Artie Bartholomew fired a shot from about five yards out after receiving a free kick serve from fellow freshman Gavin Hobbs. It was Bartholomew's first collegiate goal.
Washington outshot Stanford 5-4 in the first half and 9-8 in the second, but the Cardinal held a 3-0 shot advantage in overtime. And it was a Husky foul in the box that set up the game-winning penalty shot attempt for Dunivant at the 102:07 mark.
Waltman recorded three saves, while Stanford keeper Robby Fulton tallied four. Bartholomew and Giudice came off the bench to lead the Husky attack with three shots apiece, while Darren Fernandez lead the Cardinal with four shots.
NCAA Men's Soccer
#9 Stanford 2, Washington 1 (2 OT)
Husky Soccer Field; Seattle, Wash.
Scoring--1, STAN, Sean Whalen (Todd Dunivant), 53:03. 2, UW, Artie Bartholomew (Gavin Hobbs), 85:24. 3, STAN, Todd Dunivant (penalty kick), 102:07.
Shots - STAN 15, UW 14
Saves - STAN 4 (Robby Fulton), UW 3 (Daniel Waltman)
Corner Kicks - STAN 3, UW 4
Fouls - STAN 17, UW 18
Offsides - STAN 5, UW 1
Attendance - 942
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