Strozier gives LBSU win No. 2
By | 2010-08-27T00:00:00+00:00 Aug 27, 2010 | 12:00 am|Categories: Sports, Women's Soccer|

At this rate, the 49ers might not want to ever come home. The Long Beach State women’s soccer team picked up its second consecutive road victory on Friday against No. 24 Washington State in College Station, Texas. Junior Jazz Strozier helped The Beach (2-1-0) earn the 2-1 victory with a goal from the left side of the six-yard box at the 83:44 mark. Nadia Link, who scored the game-winning goal on Monday, added her second goal of the season at the 21:30 mark from straight away. The sophomore finished the match with three shots. WSU tied the game in the second half when Brandi Vega connected on one of her three shots. Goalkeeper Emily Kingsborough tallied five saves and just one goal against in 90 minutes of action for LBSU. The Beach finished with just nine shots to the Cougars’ 11. LBSU also picked up 13 fouls. Lindsay Bullock finished with a team-high four shots, with two attempts on goal. The ‘Niners will play No. 16 Virginia Tech on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. in their final game at the Aggieland Invitational Tournament. Disclaimer: The Daily 49er is not responsible for Postings made on www.daily49er.com. Persons commenting are solely responsible for […]

At this rate, the 49ers might not want to ever come home.

The Long Beach State women’s soccer team picked up its second consecutive road victory on Friday against No. 24 Washington State in College Station, Texas.

Junior Jazz Strozier helped The Beach (2-1-0) earn the 2-1 victory with a goal from the left side of the six-yard box at the 83:44 mark.

Nadia Link, who scored the game-winning goal on Monday, added her second goal of the season at the 21:30 mark from straight away. The sophomore finished the match with three shots.

WSU tied the game in the second half when Brandi Vega connected on one of her three shots.

Goalkeeper Emily Kingsborough tallied five saves and just one goal against in 90 minutes of action for LBSU.

The Beach finished with just nine shots to the Cougars’ 11. LBSU also picked up 13 fouls.

Lindsay Bullock finished with a team-high four shots, with two attempts on goal.

The ‘Niners will play No. 16 Virginia Tech on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. in their final game at the Aggieland Invitational Tournament.


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