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Huskies tie No. 1 California, 1-1, in men’s soccer

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Third-ranked Washington earned a 1-1 draw at No. 1 California to stay unbeaten in men’s soccer.

The Huskies (7-0-3, 1-0-1 Pac-12) got a late Taylor Peay goal to earn a huge Pac-12 road point against the top-ranked Golden Bears (7-0-2, 1-0-1).

“I thought we showed a lot of character,” said Washington coach Jamie Clark. “It really was a tale of two halves. I thought particularly after giving up a goal, we really played well in the second half. Still, they were dangerous on set pieces and counter-attacks so it was just a good game for both teams.”

T-birds edge Kootenay, 4-3

Justin Hickman scored the go-ahead goal 15:02 into the third period, giving the Seattle Thunderbirds a 4-3 victory at Kootenay in a Western Hockey League game. Shea Theodore had three assists for the T-birds.

Roberts Lipsbergs, Mitch Elliot and Mathew Barzal also scored for Seattle, which has won three in a row.

Other men’s soccer

• Gonzaga goalkeeper Ryan Caballero and the Bulldogs recorded their fifth shutout of the season, but had to settle for a double-overtime scoreless tie at San Francisco in a West Coast Conference match.


• Washington State (14-3, 1-3 Pac-12) could not overcome another two-set deficit and lost at Colorado (11-3, 3-1) by scores of 25-17, 25-21, 25-27, and 25-19.

Freshman Kyra Holt led the Cougars with 19 kills and 11 digs, and junior Jaicee Harris had 10 kills and 16 digs. Coming in off the bench, freshman Hailey Bethune had a career-high eight kills and two blocks. Kate Sommer contributed 12 digs and Camryn Irwin had 44 assists.

• After winning the first set, Seattle University could not maintain the momentum, as New Mexico State defeated the Redhawks, 3-1 (24-26, 25-15, 25-14, 25-21) in a Western Athletic Conference match at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces, N.M. Matea Mamic led the Redhawks with her first career double-double, collecting 11 kills and 10 digs.

Women’s soccer

• Junior Mesa Owsley recorded a goal and as assist to lift Washington State past host USC 2-0 in a Pac-12 Conference match.

It was the first-three point match of Owsley’s career as the Cougars (8-1-3, 1-1-1 Pac-12) earned their ninth shutout of the season.

• Seattle University (8-2-2, 5-0-0 WAC) completed a perfect weekend with a 2-0 shutout at Utah Valley (5-7-0, 3-2-0). The Redhawks got their fifth straight shutout and sixth straight win. Stephanie Verdoia and Natasha Howe scored for SU.

• Junior Cassie Black is Eastern Washington’s all-time leading scorer. Black’s record 18th goal came in the 97th minute in a 2-1 victory over Sacramento State, giving the Eagles (3-10-0, 1-3-0 Big Sky) their first home and conference victories of the season.


• Washington earned two shutout wins on the final day of the Fall Classic to sweep the three-day, six-team tournament at Husky Softball Stadium.

Junior Kasey Stanchek and senior Kaitlin Inglesby combined to blank Central Washington 14-0 in six innings.

Bryana Walker threw seven shutout innings, allowing just one hit and striking out 16, and the Huskies shut out Western Washington 6-0.

• The Seattle University men’s tennis team completed play at the Dar Walters Invitational hosted by Boise State, their final tournament of the fall season.

Zach Kosanke advanced as far as the quarterfinals in the blue singles draw, but fell to Weber State’s Jakub Gewart, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.

• The Gonzaga men’s golf team shot a final-round 300 to tie its best round of the tournament and Peter Gullickson finished at 223 to tie for 47th at the Brickyard Collegiate Golf Championship in Macon, Ga.

The Bulldogs finished 14th at 913 (313-300-300), two shots behind Boston College.

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