The Washington women’s soccer team’s NCAA tournament run came to an end Saturday, as Cerrone Hannah scored in the 6th minute of overtime to lift Boston College (17-6-1) to a 1-0 victory over the Huskies (13-9-2) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament in Newton, Mass.
Cerrone’s corner kick glanced off Washington keeper Jorde Lafontaine-Kussman off the left post for the winner.
LaFontaine-Kussmann made five saves in the match as the Huskies outshot BC 17-15.
Washington State (6-22, 0-18) made each set close, but could not extend the match as No. 24 Oregon used 16 kills from Heather Meyers to sweep the Cougars in Pac-10 play in Pullman.
Meagan Ganzer had 14 kills to lead the Cougars, who finished the season winless in conference play.
• Kindra Carlson notched 19 kills and a .395 hitting percentage, Becky Perry added nine kills and No. 11 Washington (21-8, 10-8) closed the Pac-10 season with a sweep of Oregon State (9-23, 2-16) in Seattle.
The Huskies held OSU to just 37 kills and a .212 hitting percentage in the match, helping them finish with a win and a fifth-place finish in the conference standings.