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No. 1 Stanford survives scare at Washington State
October 24th, 2009 7AM
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WOMEN'S NEWS ... Stanford got its biggest scare of the season when it needed an overtime goal from senior Kelley O'Hara to beat No. 21 Washington State, 2-1, in Pullman on Friday afternoon.

The Cardinal (16-0-0) fell behind in the 54th minute on a goal by Kiersten Dallstream -- the first goal it has given up in the run in 13 matches. But O'Hara set up Cristen Press for the equalizer in the 87th minute and jumped over a defender to head home Lindsay Taylor's cross at point-blank range five minutes into overtime.

"It wasn't that we were flat, but we were away from home, playing in wet conditions and we were out of our comfort zone," Stanford coach Paul Ratcliffe said. "But give them credit. They're a good team."

-- Friday night's biggest upset took place in the Pac-10, where No. 9 USC fell at home to Oregon State, 2-1. The Beavers came back from 1-0 down at the half and won on goals by Melissa Peck and Red Nixon.

* GAME OF THE NIGHT:
Oct. 23 in Lawrence, Kan.
Kansas 4 Nebraska 7. Goals: Dolinsky 43, Noble 52, Johnson (Dolinsky) 72, Cressy (Berry) 90; Caniglia 11, Thomas (Marlborough) 25, Jackson 33, Caniglia (Thomas) 60, Fulmer 67, Peetz (Caniglia) 76, Caniglia (Goetzmann) 80.
Kansas -- Hanley, L.Jackson, Francia, Williams, Johnson, Robbins, Berry, Williamson, Boyer, McCabe, Cressy. Subs: Liebetrau, Kelsey Clifton, Kortney Clifton, Dolinsky, Noble, Morris, Magness, Cunningham.
Nebraska -- Mills, Goetzmann, Peetz, Caniglia, Goosen, Slapper, J.Jackson, A.White, Thomas, Marlborough, Powell. Subs: Fulmer, Berkshire, J.White, Isenhower.
Referee: Rich Huber.
Att.: 722.

* GOLDEN MOMENTS. Five Big East games were decided on golden goals Friday night:

-- Callie Hemming's deflection gave DePaul a 2-1 win over No. 22 Georgetown that secured the Blue Demons their first berth in the Big East Tournament.
-- No. 15 Rutgers needed just 49 seconds to end its overtime session at Cincinnati, winning, 1-0, on junior Kelsey Dumont's goal.
-- Sophomore Rachael Sloan's goal in the 101st minute gave No. 18 Marquette a 1-0 victory at Syracuse.
-- St. John's improved to 12-4-1 with a 1-0 win over South Florida on Courtney Lane's goal.
-- Kate Cunningham converted a penalty kick in the 98th minute to lift Louisville past Seton Hall, 3-2.

(Click here for more Friday women's results.)

* FRIDAY'S RESULTS:
Top 25
Friday, Oct. 23
Pac-10: No. 21 Washington State 1 (Van Leer 54) No. 1 Stanford 2 (Press 87, O'Hara 95) (OT)
WCC: No. 2 Portland 5 (Foxhoven 7, pen. 49, Schmidt 11, Chandhoke 43, Enyeart 51) St. Mary's 1 (Nied 71).
Pac-10: No. 4 UCLA 5 (Leroux 4, 59, Cheney 18, 21, Bywaters 67) Oregon 1 (Stoltenberg 60).
Big East: No. 7 Notre Dame 2 (Henderson 54, Iantorno 71) Villanova 0.
Pac-10: No. 9 USC 1 (Tomer 14) Oregon State 2 (Peck 54, Nixon 76).
Conference USA: SMU 0 No. 14 UCF 1 (Newsome 55).
Big East: Cincinnati 0 No. 15 Rutgers 1 (Dumont 91) (OT)
Big East: Syracuse 0 No. 18 Marquette 1 (Sloan 101) (OT)
Big East: DePaul 2 (Strickland 54, Hemming 105) No. 22 Georgetown 1 (Cabot 58) (OT)
Big 12: No. 23 Missouri 3 (Andrighetto 50, 74, Crabtree 73) Iowa State 1 (Nimtz 68).
Atlantic-10: No. 25 Dayton 2 (Oelschlager 51, Giner 83) Rhode Island 0.


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