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College women’s soccer: Morgan Crosby scores twice as coach Jeremy Clevenger picks up first win with Idaho

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Morgan Crosby scored twice Friday and Idaho’s women’s soccer team defeated Grambling State 3-1 in Moscow, Idaho, to give first-year coach Jeremy Clevenger his first win with the Vandals.

Kayla Watanabe added a goal for the Vandals (1-2), her first of the season.

The Tigers (1-2) scored in the 82nd minute on Alyssa Ozuna’s penalty kick.

Eastern Washington 1, South Dakota 1: Jenny Chavez scored in the 76th minute to help the host Eagles (1-1-1) salvage a tie against the Coyotes (0-1-2).

Allison Raniere and Alexis Stephenson assisted on the goal, Chavez’s first of the season.

EWU outshot the Coyotes 24-6.

CC Spokane 1, Whatcom 0: Chayse Avalos’ early goal held up and the Sasquatch (1-0-1) defeated the Orcas (0-1-0) in nonconference play at Starfire Complex in Tukwila, Washington.

Micky Ramirez earned the win with five saves.

Skagit Valley 1, North Idaho 0: Bailey Post got behind the defense and scored in the 15th minute to give Skagit Valley (1-0-0) a nonconference win over the Cardinals (0-1-1) at Starfire Complex.

Washington State vs. Iowa, ppd.: The Cougars’ nonconference match against the Hawkeyes in Minneapolis was postponed by bad weather.

The 22nd-ranked Cougars (2-0) and Iowa can reschedule the match later this season, but no makeup date was announced.

The Cougars will remain in Minneapolis and are scheduled to play Minnesota on Sunday.

Portland State at Gonzaga, ccd.: The Bulldogs’ nonconference home match against the Vikings was canceled because of poor air quality.

Gonzaga is scheduled to play at Oklahoma at 1 p.m. Sunday.

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