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Women's Soccer Heads North to Washington

Oct 13, 2022

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State women's soccer team will head north for the first time this season, wrapping up the penultimate road swing of the 2022 season, when they face Washington tomorrow night.

Following setbacks last weekend at Colorado and Utah, the Beavers will look to get back on track for the tail end of the Pac-12 slate.

Against Colorado last Thursday, Maddie Tetz buried a shot from Valerie Tobias for her first career goal in the 57th minute.

Coming into tomorrow night's contest, the Huskies carry an 8-3-2 mark and a 2-3 record in league play. In their last times out, Washington dropped a pair of one-goal contests to California and Stanford, respectively, both by identical 2-1 margins. Prior to the setbacks to the Bay Area competition, Washington opened Pac-12 play with a 2-1 start.
Three Huskies – Summer Yates, Karlee Stueckle and Kyla Ferry – have totaled double-digit points, as Yates leads with 16 from five scores and six assists. In net, Olivia Sekany has stopped 25 shots through nearly 980 minutes in net.

McKenna Martinez leveled the contest at 1 with an unassisted strike in the 61st minute, but the Huskies spoiled the home contest when Olivia Van Der Jagt gave Washington the lead back for good with the match-winner at 78:11.

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