Pac-12 women’s soccer scores for Friday, Sept. 6

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Cats tie Kansas, 1-1

TUCSON, Ariz. –University of Arizona women’s soccer team battled Kansas to a 1-1 double overtime draw in their first match of the Sun Devil Classic Friday night. 

Farquharson and Marshall Lead Sun Devil Soccer to 4-3 Win in Double OT

TEMPE, Ariz – Cali Farquharson and Devin Marshall scored two goals each to lead the Arizona State women’s soccer team to a 4-3, double-overtime win over Illinois on Friday night.

Cal Sophomores Shine in 2-1 Win Over Harvard

SAN FRANCISCO – Two was the lucky number of the day as a pair of second-year soccer starters shined in No. 18/19 California’s (4-0-1) 2-1 win over Harvard (0-1-0) Friday at Negoesco Stadium in the University of San Francisco Tournament.

CU Defeats Alabama 1-0 In Record-Breaking Game

DENVER – The record-breaking 39th shot was the decisive one as the University of Colorado soccer team defeated Alabama 1-0 in overtime at the DU Invitational at CIBER Field at the University of Denver Soccer Stadium. 

Ducks Fall to Hawai'i, 1-0

EUGENE, Ore. -- Despite taking 17 shots and nine corners on offense, the University of Oregon women’s soccer team was dealt a 1-0 setback by Hawai’i on Friday evening at Papé Field. The Ducks were threatening on offense throughout the contest, but couldn’t break through against a scrappy Hawai’i side.

Oregon State Women's Soccer Falls to UC Irvine 2-0

Corvallis, Ore. – The Oregon State Women’s Soccer Team lost a close match to UC Irvine 2-0 Friday night.

Freshmen Lift Stanford

STANFORD, Calif. – Three goals in a 10-minute span bridging the first and second halves lifted No. 4 Stanford to a 4-0 victory over Loyola Marymount in a nonconference women’s soccer match on Friday at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.

UCLA Drops First Match of Season, 1-0, to No. 1 North Carolina

UCLA goalkeeper Katelyn Rowland displayed a Herculean effort against top-ranked North Carolina, facing 23 shots and making a career-high seven saves, but the one goal that slipped past her was the difference-maker in a 1-0 loss to the defending national champions Friday night in the Duke Nike Classic.

No. 17 Trojans Take A Tie Against Ole Miss

FALCON HEIGHTS, MINN. — The No. 17 USC women's soccer team kept the pressure on Ole Miss through 110 minutes of action in the Minnesota heat, but the Trojans wound up with a tie in today's clash. USC's first matchup with the Rebels would extend to USC's first overtime match of the year. The Trojans remain undefeated in 2013 after the draw, now 3-0-1 overall. Ole Miss goes to 4-0-1 with today's tie at the Minnesota Gold Classic.

Utah Soccer Stunned by No. 6 BYU, 1-0

PROVO, Utah - Utah soccer set a new defensive school record but dropped a 1-0 decision at archrival No. 6 BYU this evening on a penalty kick with three minutes remaining.

Huskies fall 1-0 to No. 7 Wake Forest

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Washington Women’s soccer team dropped another close 1-0 match to the seventh ranked Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Friday afternoon at the Nike Portland Invitational and fall to 1-4-0 on the season. Wake Forest netted the only goal of the game late in the 11th minute and held on to that lead for the remainder of the game.

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