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No. 16 Arizona Falls to Arizona State, 1-0
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 10/23/2004
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Tempe, Ariz. - The No. 16 ranked University of Arizona women’s soccer team (12-4 overall, 3-2 Pac-10) lost to Arizona State University (7-7-1 overall, 3-1-1 Pac-10) Friday night in its fifth Pac-10 contest of the season.

            Senior defender Lindsey Peeples led the Wildcats defensively through the first half and broke up several opportunities for the Sun Devils. The Wildcats had four shots on goal in the first half, while the Sun Devils had eight. Arizona State had four corner kicks in the first half but was unable to convert. The Wildcats had a late opportunity with 1:40 remaining in the half with a free kick off of a foul by Arizona State, but Sun Devil goalkeeper sophomore Kim Bingham made the save. Freshman goalkeeper McCall Smith had two saves in the first half while Bingham had just the one to keep the game scoreless heading into the second half.

            The Wildcats’ best opportunity in the second half came off of a pass from freshman midfielder Amanda Urtuzuastegui to senior forward Candice Wilks. Wilks beat the last defender but shot the ball over the net. Arizona State junior midfielder Manya Makoski ended the 0-0 tie at 71:52 off of a pass from junior Elizabeth Bogus who received the ball off of a mishandle by Smith.

            Tobias discussed the Wildcats’ second loss of the Pac-10 season.

            “I just thought that ASU outplayed us tonight,” he explained. “They played better. We couldn’t find a rhythm to control the ball tonight. We did a lot of chasing. ASU kept hammering the ball forward and they got their chance and put it away.”

            “It’s disappointing,” he continued. “I wish we would of put together an overall better 90 minutes, but at the same time this is one game. We know we are returning home next week and this one game is not going to determine the rest of our season. We will be ready for next weekend.”

            The Wildcats will return home to compete against Southern California on Friday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.

 


 

 

GAME SUMMARY

 

                                1          2          F
Arizona                   0          0          0             

Arizona State        0          1          1             

 

Scoring

Arizona State - Makoski (Niblett, Bogus)


 

 

Shots: Arizona ?- 9; Arizona State?- 22

Corner Kicks: Arizona ?- 1; Arizona State?- 6

Fouls: Arizona ?- 8; Arizona State?- 7

GK Saves: Arizona ?-  7(Smith 7); Arizona State 2 ?-  (Bingham 2)

Records:  Arizona 12-4-0, 3-2-0; Arizona State 7-7-1, 3-1-1

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