Seattle women's soccer trips up Pilots in overtime
COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER
Seattle 3, PORTLAND 2 (OT)
A golden goal in 44 seconds of overtime by freshman midfielder Kelsey Crosby gave the visiting Redhawks the win.
In the rain at Merlo Field, each teams went to OT for the second game in a row.
Crosby scored off a give-and-go feed from former Grant High standout Jessie Ray, a senior forward.
Portland led in shots for the day 17-10 and in corner kicks 11-2, though Seattle had a 6-5 edge in shots on goal.
Seattle took a 1-0 lead in the eighth minute. Portland scored at 27:01 when freshman forward MJ Roe connected off a feed from Jamie Rita. The Redhawks went to the break up 2-1, though, on a goal in the 33rd minute by freshman forward Ava Benedetti out of Central Catholic High.
A penalty kick goal by Taryn Ries put the Pilots into a 2-2 tie in the 55th minute.
Seattle improved to 4-3-1, while Portland dropped to 2-2-2.
BOISE STATE 2, Portland State 0
The host Broncos led 26-12 in shots and scored in the 65th and 82nd minute.
Boise State improved to 6-1-0. PSU is 0-7-0.
Oregon State 2, RICE 1 (OT)
In a Sunday night game at Houston, freshman forward Brianna McReynolds got the winning goal at 98:48 and OSU improved to 7-0-0.
McReynolds' fourth goal of the season came on an 18-yard chip shot with the Rice goalkeeper off the line, after McReynolds had taken a pass from midfield.
The Beavers led after Sydney Studer's goal in the 56th minute, but Rice (3–4-0) got even with 2:09 left in regulation.
OSU led in shots 15-12 and shots on goal 6-4, while Rice had seven corner kicks to three by the Beavers.
Oregon State will return to action in Corvallis against Idaho at 4 p.m. Thursday. Then comes the Beavers' Pac-12 opener, Sept. 28 at Washington State.
COLLEGE MEN'S SOCCER
Portland 1, WISCONSIN 0
The Pilots (3-2-1) squared their road record this season at 1-1-0 with the victory against the Badgers (2-4-0).
UP's Alejandro Pereira, a sophomore forward, scored at 54:59.
In goal, Portland's Josh Lagudah had to make only one save as his teammates held Wisconsin to three shots and no corner kicks.
UP finished with 11 shots and had a 6-1 edge in shots on goal. The Pilots took two corners.
All that came despite the loss of freshman midfielder Ben Ortiz to a red card in the 24th minute.
Portland will be at Merlo Field on Friday for a 7 p.m. game against Cal State Northridge.
UC Santa Barbara 3, OREGON STATE 2
The visitors came from behind with goals in the 72nd and 84th minutes at Corvallis.
Oregon State dropped to 3-3-0, and UCSB is 3-2-0.
Arnaud Deniel and Steffan Yeates scored in the 52nd and 64th minutes to give OSU a 2-1 lead.
The Beavers' Pac-12 season begins at Corvallis with a 7 p.m. Thursday game against UCLA.
Oregon is ranked 16th in the Associated Press poll and 17th by the coaches. The Ducks dropped one slot in the AP rankings and two places in the coaches' voting after a 35-3 home victory over Montana
The top 10 by AP are Clemson, Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Oklahoma, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Auburn, Florida and Utah. Clemson received 62 first-place votes. Alabama got the other three.
The coaches' top 10 are Clemson, Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma, LSU, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Florida, Auburn and Michigan.
Other Pac-12 teams in the AP top 25 are Washington State (19th), Washington (22nd), California (23rd) and Arizona State (24th).
In the coaches' poll and from the Pac-12 are Utah (11th), WSU (19th), UW (21st), Cal (23rd) and ASU (24th).
Boise State, which beat Portland State 45-10 on Saturday, is 20th in both polls.
Scott Harrington, a former Jesuit High golfer, finished in a tie for 24th in the first PGA Tour event of the season.
Harrington, 38, shot a final-round, par 70 for a total of 8-under 272 at A Military Tribune at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
Joaquin Niemann, 20, of Chile, won by six strokes with a closing 64 and 259. Tom Hoge was second with a final-round 65 and 265 score.
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