Friday, Aug. 20, 2010 Results
No. 19 USC Soccer Edged In Home Opener
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. - The No. 19 USC women's soccer team took a frustrating loss in its season opener at McAlister Field today (Aug. 20). After a scoreless first half, visiting San Diego managed a score off a header in the 54th minute to edge ahead, and the Toreros held on to post a 1-0 win over their hosts.
No. 18 Cougar Soccer Edged by Florida State
PULLMAN, Wash. - Amanda DaCosta's second half goal lifted No. 6 Florida State past No. 18 Washington State 1-0 in the WSU Invitational, Friday at Lower Soccer Field.
Volpe's Last-Minute Goal Gives ASU Soccer 4-3 Win
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Karin Volpe's 20th career goal with 1:06 remaining proved to be the game winner as the Arizona State women's soccer team held off a determined Northern Arizona squad 4-3 on Friday in the season opener for both teams.
No. 14 Cal Opens 2010 Campaign With 2-1 Win Over LMU
BERKELEY, Calif. - Whatever jitters the No. 14 California women's soccer team had at the beginning of its 2010 season opener, they did not last very long. The Golden Bears scored in the seventh minute and then took a 2-0 lead in the second thanks to an own goal by Loyola Marymount to defeat the Lions, 2-1, on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium.
Joswick Lifts Huskies To Season-Opening Win
SEATTLE - It couldn't have been a better game or moment for Kellye Joswick to return to the field. The redshirt senior from Placentia, Calif., scored the lone goal in the 78th minute as the Huskies defeated Seattle University, 1-0, at Championship Field to open the season for both teams.
Cardinal Overtime Dominance Goes Unrewarded
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - There will be no perfect season for the Stanford women's soccer team after the Cardinal played to a 1-1 draw against Boston College in a double-overtime season-opening nonconference contest between top-10 teams Friday night.
Oregon Tops Boise State in Home Opener
EUGENE, Ore. (8/20/2010) - The Boise State University soccer team was unable to overcome a two-goal halftime deficit as the Broncos dropped their season opener at the University of Oregon Friday night.