UW men’s soccer remains unbeaten
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No. 3 Washington got two goals each from Cristian Roldan and Darwin Jones in a 5-3 victory over visiting San Diego State on Friday night in a Pac-12 men’s soccer match.
The Huskies remained unbeaten (10-0-3, 3-0-1 Pac-12) in match that saw 33 shots (19 by Washington) and 16 corner kicks (10 by San Diego State).
Washington took the lead in the sixth minute on Roldan’s first goal, but the Aztecs (3-7-1, 1-4-1) tied the score less than three minutes later.
UW regained control and took a 3-1 halftime lead when Jones scored in the 28th and 36th minutes.
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Miguel Gonzalez had his third multiple-goal match of the season, leading Seattle University to a 2-0 victory at UNLV.
Gonzalez scored in the 33rd and 37th minutes for Seattle U (4-8-2, 3-0-1 Western Athletic Conference) off assists from Jonathan Massimino.
UNLV (3-9, 1-3 WAC) outshot the Redhawks 17-10, but only two of UNLV’s shots were on goal.
Stephanie Verdoia scored twice to lead Seattle University (10-2-2, 7-0 WAC) to a 3-0 win over visiting Utah Valley (6-8-1, 4-3-1).
Seattle U took the lead on Verdoia’s goal in the second minute and was never threatened while remaining in first place in the conference.
• Oregon State (4-9-2, 2-3-1 Pac-12) scored in the 17th minute, and that was all it needed in 1-0 upset over Washington State (9-3-3, 2-3-1).
It was Oregon State’s first road win of the season, and it was Washington State’s second straight home loss.
•Montana (5-7-4, 2-4-1 Big Sky) posted a 1-0 win over visiting Eastern Washington (3-13, 1-6).
Washington State lost to No. 7 Stanford 25-17, 25-15, 25-21, before 1,123 fans at Bohler Gym.
Jaicee Harris led WSU (15-5, 2-5 Pac-12) with eight kills and 12 digs. Haley MacDonald had 12 assists.
Inky Ajanaku led the Cardinal (13-3 6-1) with 10 kills and eight blocks.
Washington is tied for 11th after the first day of the U.S. Collegiate Championships at the Golf Club of Georgia.
The No. 4 Huskies shot a 6-over 294 in the 15-team field that annually draws many of the best teams in the country. Freshman Corey Pereira led UW with a even-par 72 and was tied for 25th.
Washington junior Cheng-Tsung Pan, who tied for second last year at this event, is not playing in it this year. The junior, ranked No. 5 in the World Amateur Rankings, is preparing for the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championships that begin Thursday.
• Former UW Husky Chris Williams, who turned pro this past summer after being ranked No. 1 in the World Amateur rankings, advanced to the Second Stage of the Web.Com Qualifying School by finishing tied for third at a First Stage event in Dayton, Nev.
Williams was at 8-under 280, six shots behind the winner. Also advancing at the same event by finishing among the top 32 and ties were former Huskies Derek Berg and Darren Wallace.
The Second Stage is Nov. 19-22.
Seattle Pacific’s Katie Benson and Aubree Callen have been chosen unanimously to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason all-conference women’s basketball team.