Lindsay Winans scored in the 15th and 67th minutes as Montana beat Idaho 2-0 in women’s collegiate soccer action Sunday at Guy Wicks Field in Moscow.
The Vandals (2-5) were outshot 15-12, including a 7-3 edge for the Grizzlies (2-5-1) in shots on goal. Winans had a game-high 10 shots.
•Senior goalkeeper Ashley Haugen needed to make just two saves to earn her 14th career shutout as Gonzaga knocked off UC Riverside 2-0 in non-conference action at Martin Field.
Nanda McCormick scored her third goal of the season off an assist from Heather Horn just 45 seconds before halftime to put the Bulldogs (4-2-1) up 1-0.
Jamie Blanche doubled the lead just 73 seconds after halftime, scoring an unassisted goal, her third of the year.
Gonzaga outshot the Highlanders (4-2-1) 16-4.
•Allison Scurich headed down Anna Miller’s corner kick and Alix Rustrum finished the play to score the game’s only goal in the 74th minute as Washington State (5-2) held off Long Island (3-4) 1-0 at the Oregon State Nike Invitational in Corvallis, Ore.
•Cyeeta Mott scored in the ninth minute before Boise State’s Nicole Coleman equalized in the 13th minute as Eastern Washington (1-6-1) tied the Broncos (4-2-1) at the Soccer Etc. Nike Classic in Boise.
•Jenn Miller made 10 saves, and Whitworth (3-1-1, 2-0) got goals from Ashley Troxel and Sarah Brogden-Thome en route to a 2-0 win over George Fox (2-2, 0-2) in Northwest Conference play in Newberg, Ore.
Newman Lake’s Kevin Richards used a third-place finish in the Dr. Pepper/7Up 100 at Stateline Speedway to win the 2005 INSSA points championship by just nine points over race-winner Dan Garber.
Richards and Dave Garber battled on the track for second place in the race, with Garber earning runner-up honors, and then off the track during a cool-down period at the finish line with the duo nearly coming to blows before Richards left to celebrate the points title.
Brie Hagerty led a quartet of Huskies in double-figure kills as No. 2 Washington swept No. 6 Hawaii 30-28, 30-20, 30-28 in Honolulu for the second straight night to stretch its season-opening winning streak to nine games.
Hagerty finished with 15 kills, Sanja Tomasevic and Christal Morrison with 13 and Alesha Deesing with 12 as the Huskies (9-0) held the Rainbow Wahine (5-5) to a .194 hitting percentage.
Hawaii had not been swept in back-to-back home matches since losing to Penn State and UCLA on Sept. 10-11, 1993.
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