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OT Goal Fells Huskies At Stanford

Apr 17, 2021

SEATTLE – The #6 Washington Huskies fell 1-0 in overtime to the #8 Stanford Cardinal in the final game of the regular season. The Huskies fall to 10-2-0 with the loss and 7-3-0 in Pac-12 play, finishing the season second in the conference standings.
This was the fourth overtime game between Stanford and Washington in their last nine meetings. Only one of the last 12 meetings between these two teams was not a one-goal game or tie. The Huskies and Cardinal split the season series for the second year in a row.
A last-second corner kick to end the first half turned out to be one of Washington's most dangerous chances. Dylan Teves rushed to get the ball in and sent a great one into the middle of the box, where two Husky shots were blocked by Stanford bodies before the horn sounded on a scoreless half.
The Huskies were only credit with five shots, but had numerous chances in the game, with set piece after set piece finding dangerous areas in the box but no Husky able to get that last touch needed to push it home.

  • 97' | The Cardinal were awarded a free kick late in the first overtime period, with the low cross headed along to the far corner of the net.


  • Kendall Burks completes the 2021 regular season having played every minute of every game.
  • The last three games between Stanford and Washington have all been 1-0 games.


The Huskies will await the NCAA Selection Show to see what lies ahead in the postseason. The Selection Show will air live on for free on Monday, April 19 at 9:00 am PT.

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