Beavers Clinch 2-1 Win Over Idaho
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State women's soccer team notched a 2-1 win against Idaho on Friday. The Beavers extended their home win-streak on the season to three and their series win-streak over Idaho to five.
"I'm happy with how our players responded to being down a goal, though it may not have been our best performance," said head coach Lauren Sinacola. "I'm extremely proud of the team's attitude and resiliency. We will learn a lot of lessons from this game. To head into our first away game of the season with three wins under our belt is great for momentum, but we now need to make sure we are rested and well prepared heading into our game against New Mexico."
The Vandals opened scoring in the 18th minute to lead 1-0. Sophomore Amber Jackson tied the score for Oregon State with assists from juniors Maddie Tetz and Brianna McReynolds in the 30th minute. The Beavers took the lead in the 56th minute with an unassisted goal from freshman McKenna Martinez.
Senior Bridgette Skiba tallied one save on the afternoon. The Beavers notched four shots on goal of 11 shots total and took seven corner kicks.
The Beavers will hit the road to take on New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M. on Sunday, Aug. 29 at noon.