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SU men's soccer rallies for victory, leads WAC

The Seattle University men’s soccer team remained on top of the Western Athletic Conference standings with a 2-1 come-from-behind win at Bakersfield on Sunday.


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The Seattle University men’s soccer team remained on top of the Western Athletic Conference standings with a 2-1 come-from-behind win at Bakersfield on Sunday.

The Redhawks (5-8-2, 4-0-1) are on a four-game unbeaten streak.

In the 74th minute, Ian Hines-Ike got the equalizer for the Redhawks off a direct kick after a Bakersfield yellow card. In the 82nd minute, Miguel Gonzalez scored the game-winner after a long run.

Women’s soccer

The Seattle University women got two second-half goals to top Bakersfield 2-1 at Championship Field.

The Redhawks (11-2-2, 8-0-0) remain undefeated in WAC play, increasing their winning streak to nine games and their home winning streak to seven games.

In the 71st minute, Jacqui Wallis evened the score on a cross by Mary Hill. Heather Thomas scored the game-winner in the 88th minute on assists by Stephanie Verdoia and Kiana Kraft.

Men’s golf

Washington finished 10th at the U.S. Collegiate Championship in Atlanta. The Huskies’ Trevor Simsby shot a final-round 69 to tie for 18th place.

Rowing

Holy Names Academy won the Youth Fours Women’s race at the Head of the Charles regatta in Boston.

From sports-information reports.



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