Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
BYU Comes From Behind to Beat Arizona
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: September 13, 1999
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Provo, Utah (Sept. 13) - BYU overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit to edge the University of Arizona, 3-1, Monday afternoon in Provo.

BYU fell behind just minutes into the game, allowing Wildcat Chrissy Sanford to score an unassisted goal.

The Cougars responded early in the second half on a goal by junior Kim Lowe, but could not convert again until just under nine minutes remaining when junior Sara Reading connected on a header by Sarah Higham. That was the spark the team needed, and Staci Reynolds added another goal a minute later to assure the victory.

BYU set a new team record for shots attempted in a single game with 39 shots. The old record was 38, set at home against Idaho State on September 19 of last year.

The Wildcats fell to 3-2 this season, while the Cougars preserved their perfect start by improving to 6-0. The Cougars go on the road next to face a tough USC squad Friday afternoon.



AZ - Chrissy Sanford (unassisted) BYU - Kim Lowe, 53:21 (assisted by Sarah Higham) BYU - Sarah Reading, 81:09 (assisted by Jennie Christianson and Sarah Higham) BYU - Staci Reynolds (unassisted)

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