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Women's Soccer Battles, Drops 1-0 OT Decision to Stanford
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 06/21/1999
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October 24, 1997

STANFORD, Calif. - For the second straight season, the Washington State women's soccer team suffered a 1-0 overtime loss at Stanford.

Emily Burt, Stanford's leading scorer, nailed the only goal of the match with just 48 seconds expired in the sudden-death overtime period. Burt broke the 0-0 tie when she took a pass from teammate Shauna Itri and knocked the game winner from inside the six-yard box past Cougar freshman goalkeeper Shannon Wilson (Las Vegas, Nevada).

Last season the Cougars (7-7-0, 2-3-0 Pac-10) dropped a 1-0 overtime decision to Stanford (7-7-0, 2-2-0 Pac-10). Washington State has never scored a goal against the Cardinal while playing at Stanford's Harry Maloney Field.

This Sunday the Cougars face the California Golden Bears (6-7-1, 1-3-0), who defeated visiting Washington 2-0 for their first Pac-10 win of 1997.

Team                1   2   OT  OT  F
Washington State    0   0   0   --  0
Stanford            0   0   1   --  1

Scoring Summary: (First Half) - None; (Second Half) - None; (Overtime) - 90:48, STAN, Emily Burt (Shauna Itra). Shots on Goal: WSU 7, STAN 21 Corner Kicks: WSU 0, STAN 8 Goalie Saves: WSU 3 (Shannon Wilson 3), STAN 4 (Carly Smolak 4) Offsides: WSU 0, STAN 0 Cautions & Ejections: None Attendance: 157

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