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Cougars Duel Arizona Through 0-0 Double Overtime Tie

October 25, 1998

TUCSON, Ariz. - Despite two overtime periods, the Washington State women's soccer squad battled Arizona to a scoreless tie in front of 1,021 fans Sunday afternoon at the Murphey Soccer Stadium.

The Cougars (5-8-3 overall, 3-2-1 Pacific-10) had 16 shots on goal, five coming from sophomore forward Deka DeWitt (Auburn, Wash.) and four from junior co-captain Christina Pallan (Las Vegas, Nev.). Forward Nikki Jones led the Arizona (3-8-2 overall, 0-4-1 Pacific-10) attack with nine shots.

Freshman goalkeeper Lindsey Jorgensen (North Bend, Wash.) fought off 27 shots by the Wildcats and made eight saves to earn her fifth shut out this season. "We played 120 minutes of shutout soccer and that was positive. Lindsey Jorgensen played very well and came up with some good saves," said WSU Head Coach Dan Tobias.

The Cougars were without freshman midfielder Lindsey Millspaugh (Kent, Wash.) who was not able to play due to an ejection versus Arizona State Friday. "We missed Millspaugh," said Tobias. "She wins a lot of balls in the midfield for us."

The Cougars return home for their final three games of the season, and this weekend host Stanford Friday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. and California Sunday, Nov. 1 at 1 p.m. on the Cougar Soccer Field.

Team				1	2	OT	OT	F
Washington State		0	0	0	0	0
Arizona				0	0	0	0	0

Scoring Summary:  None
Shots on Goal:  WSU 16, UA 27
Corner Kicks:  WSU 7, UA 6
Goalie Saves:  WSU 8 (Lindsey Jorgensen 8); UA 6 (Inger Airheart 6).
Offsides:  WSU 0, UA 3
Cautions & Ejections:  UA, 108:00, Lisa Haralambie (yellow card).
Attendance:  1,021

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