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SPU men stretch unbeaten streak to 13

Danny Olivas converted a penalty kick with 5:27 left to play Saturday as Seattle Pacific stretched its unbeaten streak to 13 games with a 1-0 win over South Dakota School of Mines at Interbay Stadium.

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Danny Olivas converted a penalty kick with 5:27 left to play Saturday as Seattle Pacific stretched its unbeaten streak to 13 games with a 1-0 win over South Dakota School of Mines at Interbay Stadium.

The Falcons (10-1-3, 8-0-3 Great Northwest Athletic Conference) tied the school record for unbeaten streaks, first established in 1987 and matched in 1991.

Other men’s soccer

Andrew Weishaar scored 5:46 into overtime, helping host Western Washington (9-3-3, 7-1-3 GNAC) extend its winning streak to four with a 1-0 victory over Northwest Nazarene.

• Jacob Weaver scored a golden goal 56 seconds into overtime, helping host Northwest University beat College of Idaho 1-0. The Eagles (11-4, 9-2 CCC) have won six of seven and are in first place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.

Women’s soccer

Laura Moore scored her team-leading eighth goal 29 seconds before halftime, lifting Seattle Pacific to a 1-0 victory that halted host Western Oregon’s eight-game unbeaten streak. The Falcons (11-4, 9-3 GNAC) won their fourth consecutive game.

• Catherine Miles scored a hat trick as host Western Washington blanked Northwest Nazarene 6-0. Jessica Bertucci scored two goals for the No. 12 Vikings (14-1, 11-1 GNAC) and Delanee Nilles had one.

Danielle Brandli and Reilly Retz scored goals as Central Washington (10-4-1, 9-2-1 GNAC) extended its unbeaten streak to six with a 2-1 victory over host Saint Martin’s.

• San Diego scored three goals in the second half for a 3-1 victory over host Gonzaga (5-9-1, 1-4 West Coast).


Washington State (15-8, 2-8 Pac-12) lost to UCLA (12-8, 3-7) in Pauley Pavilion 25-18, 18-25, 25-19, 25-16. Freshman Kyra Holt led the Cougars with 12 kills, 12 digs and six blocks.

Madi Cavell set a career high for kills with 24 and had 14 digs as Seattle Pacific downed host Simon Fraser 25-19, 21-25, 25-23, 25-17. The Falcons (11-8, 7-4 GNAC) won their fourth straight match.

• Kayla Erickson had match highs of 13 kills and six blocks and Kelsey Moore added 11 kills as host and eighth-ranked Western Washington (15-3, 8-2 GNAC) beat Montana State Billings 25-10, 25-19, 25-18.

• Host Utah Valley earned a 25-19, 25-23, 25-9 victory over Seattle U (10-16, 7-4 WAC). Martina Samadan led Seattle U with 12 kills and five blocks.

• Host Loyola Marymount secured a 25-20, 25-21, 25-21 win over Gonzaga (8-12, 4-7 WCC).

• Oregon Tech beat host Northwest U 23-25, 25-23, 22-25, 25-19, 15-8, dropping the Eagles to 7-17, 3-11 CCC.

Men’s golf

Washington State shot a 5-over 293 and was in sixth place after the first round of the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate in Greensboro, N.C. Sang Lee carded a team-low 71 and was tied for fourth.

• Seattle U finished 14th at the UTEP Invitational in El Paso. David Torres (77) tied for 19th.

Women’s golf

Washington shot even par for a two-day total of 2-under 566 to sit in third place at the Stanford Collegiate. Jennifer Yang led Washington in the second round with a 2-under 69. She was tied for 12th at 1 under. Charlotte Thomas (71) was tied for sixth at 3 under.

For Washington State, Mallory Kent fired a 2-under 69 and was tied for 23rd at 1 over. The Cougars were 16th.

Cross Country

Anna Patti finished 12th as the Seattle Pacific women were third at the GNAC Championships in Monmouth, Ore. Alaska Anchorage won its fifth straight title. Western Washington was fourth, and Katelyn Steen finished second. In the men’s race, Alaska Anchorage edged WWU for the title 32-35. WWU’s Chip Jackson was fourth.

Women’s rowing

Gonzaga beat Washington State for the first time in a fall race, winning the varsity eight by four seconds at the Head of the Spokane.

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