Women's Soccer to Close Home Slate
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Paul Lorenz Field will be the setting for the final times of the 2022 slate for the Oregon State women's soccer team as they wind down the home schedule. On Thursday and Sunday, the Beavers will play host to California and Stanford for Pac-12 clashes. Three Beavers – Reese Moffatt, Abby Schwartz and Emma Deane – will be honored before the Sunday match as they will play for the final time in Corvallis.
In the last time out, Oregon State snapped their league skid when they drew Washington 2-2 in Seattle. Sophie Conrad and McKenna Martinez netted the Beavers' goals in the result.
Off a 2-0 loss to the 18th-ranked USC Trojans, the 25th-ranked Golden Bears will visit Corvallis at 8-4-3 and a 3-3 league mark. Prior to the setback against USC, Cal had won three in a row – all by a goal – over Arizona, Washington State and Washington. Keely Roy has led the Golden Bears' attack with 18 points stemming from eight goals and helping on two others. Karlie Lema and Ari Manrique have combined to tally 14 points to help bolster the Cal offense. In goal, Angelina Anderson has been the constant for Cal. She's stopped 34 shots in just over 1,200 minutes played.
LAST TIME AGAINST THE GOLDEN BEARS
An 82nd minute score by the Golden Bears gave them the win over the Beavers by a 2-1 margin last October in Berkeley. An unassisted goal by Brianna McReynolds in the 34th got OSU on the board after Cal opened the scoring just two minutes prior.
Fresh off upsetting top-ranked UCLA, the No. 7/7 Cardinal will come to Corvallis for the fourth time in the last six in the series. Ranked seventh in both polls, Stanford has rattled off five consecutive league wins before they play the Beavers. Lumi Kostmayer's nine goals leads the Stanford offense so far in 2022. Catherine Paulson's five helpers paces the Cardinal offense in the category. Ryan Campbell has totaled 33 saves and clocked 1,228 minutes in net this season.
LAST TIME AGAINST THE CARDINAL
Oregon State's 2-1 win last year on The Farm was a big one for two reasons: it marked the first away win over the Cardinal and it was the first league win in the Sinacola era. Goals from Aaliyah Bluett and Sophie Conrad in the 43rd and 75th gave the Beavs the security for the result last September.
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