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MORNING BRIEFING: Jayhawks find new firepower
by Paul Kennedy, September 10th, 2008 8AM

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Last year, Kansas averaged 1.1 goals a game. Through their first four games of the 2008 season, redshirt freshman Emily Cressy and freshman Kortney Clifton are averaging 1.75 goals between them.

The Jawhawks have opened up 4-0-0 -- their longest winning streak since 2004 -- and climbed into the Soccer America Top 25 at No. 20.

STAG SHOW. Fairfield stunned Yale with three goals in the final 11 minutes of regulation and overtime -- the last two by Ahna Johnson -- to win, 3-2, its fourth straight game of the season.
 
"Our kids played with a never-say-die attitude tonight," said Stags coach Jim O'Brien.  "To come back from down a goal, and then to do it again, was very impressive."

DOUBLE HAT TRICKS. Unbeaten Troy (3-0-2)  got hat tricks from Jill Pinder and Mary Morris to crush Nicholls State, 10-0, on Tuesday.



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