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College soccer: Gonzaga men beat 16th-ranked Seattle 4-2

Colton Cavey and Jakob Granlund scored second-half goals and help send the Gonzaga men’s soccer team to a 4-2 win over 16th-ranked Seattle University on Sunday in Spokane.

Cavey’s tiebreaking goal came after Granlund passed the ball from the endline back to Cavey in the middle of the box where he put into the net. Grandlund then added an insurance goal off an assist from Christo Michaelson.

Cavey, Grandlund and Denis Kalamar each had a goal and an assist with Graison Le getting the other goal.

The Bulldogs are 3-0-1, the first time since 1997 that they have been unbeaten through the first four matches. Seattle fell to 1-2-0.

Women’s soccer

Karley Baggerly scored two goals and Gonzaga took a 5-2 victory over Portland State in Spokane.

Baggerly scored her 20th and 21st career goals while Maddie Kincaid, Taylor Kernion and Lauren Luke also scored.

Gonzaga (3-1-1) is off to its best start since 2012 after scoring five goals for the first time in 38 matches.

Morgan Weaver scored three goals and Kaitlyn Johnson had four assists as Washington State (3-2-0) took a 5-0 victory over North Dakota State (3-3-0) in Pullman.

Katie Jones had the other goal. WSU outshot the Bison 29-3.

Torell Stewart made eight saves, including a big one in the final minute, and Idaho (1-2-2) finished in a 0-0 draw with Saint Mary’s (0-5-1) at the Outrigger Classic Series No. 3 in Honolulu.

Saint Mary’s Hannah Diaz came down the left side unmarked but Stewart came off the line to make her biggest save of the match.

Vandals Stewart, Kelly Dopke and Megan Goo earned all-tournament honors.

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