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Freshman Jenkins' goal leads UCLA past Notre Dame
September 1st, 2013 4:34PM
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[COLLEGE WOMEN: Weekend] Darian Jenkins' fourth goal in four games gave UCLA a 1-0 victory over Notre Dame and the Notre Dame adidas Invitational title before 2,231 fans at Alumni Stadium.

The Bruins finished with a 20-1 shot margin but waited until the 80th minute. Ally Courtnallstarted the play with a shot that hit the crossbar. A Notre Dame defender mishit the clearance, and it went to Jenkins, who slid it past Notre Dame goalkeeper Kaela Little for the game-winner.

Jenkins was the Offensive MVP, Katelyn Rowlandearned the tournament's Golden Glove Award as the Most Valuable Goalkeeper, and junior defender Abby Dahlkemperwas the Defensive MVP.

Extra time ...

Kirsten Crowley's golden goal -- her first collegiate goal -- gave Florida State a 1-0 win over UCF, extending the Seminoles' home winning streak to 21 games.

In the 95th minute, Icelandic international Berglind Thorvaldsdottir put a shot on frame off Carson Pickett's corner kick, and UCF keeper Lianne Maldonado could not control the shot as Crowley was there to put away the loose ball for the game-winner and her first collegiate goal.
 
“It was all about being in the right place at the right time,” said Crowley. “After the ball went in, I said to myself ‘Did this just happen; it’s over, no more overtime, we can rest now.’  The whole time everyone was saying that it only takes one, it only takes one moment to win this game.”

Top 25 Action ...

-- Haley Rosen scored in the 67th minute to earn Stanford a 1-1 draw with Portland before 1,813 at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium on Saturday night. Emily Sippel had put the Pilots ahead in the 11th minute, jeopardizing the Cardinal's home unbeaten record, which is now 68 games, the third longest in NCAA Division I women’s soccer history.

-- San Diego State had its 13-game road unbeaten streak stopped as it fell, 3-1, at Michigan. The Aztecs took the lead after only 118 seconds on a blast by Carli Johnson from 25 yards, but the Wolverines responded with goals from Christina Ordonez, Madisson Lewisand Nkem Ezurike to improve to 4-0-0.

WAVE PULLS UPSET.Pepperdine opened up a four-match road trip with a 3-1 victory at Texas A&M behind two goals from Lynn Williams. She wasted no time in breaking open a scoreless tie with two goals in less than two minutes early in the second half.
 
“This is a fantastic and humbling victory for the Waves today,” Wave coach Tim Ward said. “We played a really intelligent game and executed well in 100 degree heat."
 
Kristen Rodriguez, who assisted on Williams’ first goal, added an insurance goal after the Aggies had cut the deficit to 2-1 on Kelley Monogue's goal. in the 55th minute.

Elsewhere ...

-- Kealia Ohai had a goal and an assist to lead North Carolina to a 3-0 victory over Kennesaw State at the Carolina Nike Classic. Sophomore Paige Nielsen had the game-winning goal for the Tar Heels in the last minute of the first half beforeSummer Green and Ohai scored second-half goals.

-- Virginia improved to 4-0-0 with a 3-0 win over Richmond. The Cavs got twp goals from senior defender Molly Menchel and one from sophomore forward Makenzy Doniak.

-- Penn State recovered from the 5-1 loss it suffered Friday to No. 6 Virginia with a 5-1 win over La Salle. Maya Hayes scored two goals for the Nittany Lions, while Taylor Schram, Tani Costa and Raquel Rodriguez posted one apiece.

-- Senior Kaitlyn Kerrscored on a rebound of her own shot for her 24th goals to give Duke a 1-0 win over New Mexico, its third 1-0 victory in four games.

-- Vanessa Skrumbis scored two goals to lead Georgetown to a 4-0 win over VCU.

RECORD BYU RECORD. BYU recorded a 3-0 victory over Nebraska Saturday night to the delight of a South Field record 5,108 fans.

Goalfest ...

-- Sophomore McKenzie Meehan notched her first career hat trick -- including the golden goal -- to lead Boston College past host Hofstra, 6-5, in overtime. Stephanie McCaffrey finished with two goals and four assists for eight points, tying the program record for most points in a single game.


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