Western Washington women’s soccer stays perfect with win over Saint Martin’s
LACEY – Forward Catherine Miles was credited with her league-leading fourth game-winning goal of the season as Western Washington’s women’s soccer team defeated Saint Martin’s University, 3-1, in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference contest Thursday at the SMU Soccer Field.
The No. 2 Vikings improved to 12-0 overall and lead the GNAC at 9-0.
Saint Martin’s fell to 3-9 overall (2-7 GNAC).
Ashton Griffen scored the game’s first goal in the fifth minute on an indirect free kick, and Miles doubled the lead 10 minutes later.
SMU cut the deficit in half with a goal by Abby McFaul in the 43rd minute.
WWU got an insurance goal in the 60th minute as Diana Pollock, a senior from Eastlake High School, scored on a corner kick.
Laura Moore and Ali Martin scored as Seattle Pacific beat host Northwest Nazarene 2-1 in a GNAC contest. The Falcons improved to 9-4 (6-3 GNAC).
Seattle Pacific allowed a goal with 45 seconds left in regulation to finish in a 2-2 draw with host Northwest Nazarene. The Falcons (7-1-3, 5-0-3 GNAC) extended their unbeaten streak to 10 games.
• Andrew Weishaar scored with 26 seconds remaining to give Western Washington (6-3-3, 4-1-3 GNAC) a 1-0 win over South Dakota School of Mines in a GNAC match at Sioux Park.
Seattle Pacific senior point guard David Downs was voted the Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason player of the year by conference coaches.
Chris Williams, the ex-Husky and former No. 1 amateur in the world, was tied for second after three rounds of the first stage of PGA Qualifying School at Dayton Valley Golf Club in Dayton, Nev.
Williams was at 9-under 207 with one round to go. The top 25 players advance to the second round of Q-School.
From sports-information reports