Nov. 1, 2009
Fenter gave the Cougars (13-4-1, 5-1-1 Pac-10) a 1-0 lead with a header off a free kick from Jacquelyn Roth at 40:27. The goal came after a yellow card was issued to Taylor Jones of Oregon (8-9-1, 0-7-0 Pac-10).
Just 1:20 later, senior Kiersten Dallstream received a free kick, and slipped a pass through defenders to Dobratz who beat Ducks' goalkeeper Jessie Prouix inside the far post to give the Cougars a 2-0 advantage.
"I am delighted with our effort today and this weekend," WSU Head Coach Matt Potter said. "Obviously to get two Pac-10 road wins is a very good weekend for us. We took advantage of our opportunities and gave a professional performance."
The Cougars play host to USC, Friday, Nov. 6 at 2 p.m.
Washington State extended its school record for road victories in a season to eight...first road sweep of Oregon State and Oregon since 2000...tied a school record for Pac-10 wins in a season with five (2000, 2002)...four Pac-10 road wins tied a school record (2000)...Cougars have clinched a winning record in conference for the second-straight season, a first in school history...WSU improved to 4-0-3 all-time at Oregon...undefeated in its last eight against the Ducks (5-0-3), the longest streak in school history against any Pac-10 opponent...senior Kiersten Dallstream recorded her seventh assist of the season and the 16th of her career...moved into a tie for fourth on the WSU single-season list and into sole possession of third place on the Cougar career list...has tallied at least one point in 16 of 18 matches this season and her 33 points are third on the WSU single-season list...sophomore Jacquelyn Roth also notched her seventh assist in 2009 to moved into a tie for fourth on the WSU single-season list...junior goalkeeper Meghan Berlingo tied for second on the WSU single-season wins list with her 12th...moved into a tie for seventh on the Cougar single-season list with her sixth shutout...sophomore Ali Fenter recorded the first game-winning goal of her collegiate career...Fenter and senior Carly Dobratz scored 1:20 apart, the eighth-shortest span between goals in school history.