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Late dramatics highlight women's play
November 19th, 2007 8AM



[HEADLINERS] The second round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament produced its share of drama. Golden goals rescued two seeds, and show-stopping performances sent other teams through to the Sweet 16 with upset victories.

KYLEE ROSSI. The junior forward's golden goal -- the fourth of her career -- gave Tennessee a 1-0 win over Clemson on Sunday and broke the Lady Vols' career record with her 30th goal.

LAUREN CHENEY. With a goal and an assist in No. 1 ranked UCLA's 4-0 win over Oklahoma State, Cheney tied the UCLA single-season record for points with 52 (21 goals and 10 assists) set by Traci Arkenberg in 1997.

ASHLEY NICK. The junior midfielder delivered the winning strike for USC in its 1-0 win at Missouri, driving a diving header off a long flip throw-in from Megan Ohai in the 104th minute of play to get USC in the third round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time.

NIKKI KRZYSIK. Clifton, N.J., isn't just the home of men's stars like Italian-American Giuseppe Rossi and U.S. international Danny Szetela. Krzysik, one of the nation's top women's defenders, showed off her talent in front of the opposing goal, slotting home the only goal of the game in Virginia's 1-0 win over William & Mary with 14 seconds remaining.

ELISABETH REDMOND. The sophomore's ending shot into the the top left corner of the Georgia goal gave unseeded Duke a 1-0 win over No. 3 seed Georgia and move the Blue Devils into the Sweet 16 for the fifth time.

LAUREN HOLLANDSWORTH. The Indiana keeper stopped nine Purdue shots in regulation and made a crucial save on Jordyn Shaffer in the shootout to lead the Hoosiers past their Big Ten rival, No. 2 seed Purdue, and into the round of 16 for the first time.

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