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Utes win in overtime

Published November 1, 2013 9:43 pm
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Taylor Slattery scored the game-winner in overtime as the University of Utah women's soccer team defeated Arizona 1-0 in Tucson, Ariz.

Goalkeeper Lindsay Luke earned her school-record ninth shutout of the season. The Utes improved to 9-3-6, 5-2-2 in the Pac-12.

BYU 1, San Diego 0 • Marissa Nimmer scored in the 79th minute, and the Cougar defense limited the Toros to just one shot on goal in Provo. The Cougars improved to 12-4-1, 6-1-0 in the WCC.

Utah Valley 2, New Mexico State 1 (2OT) • Haley Curtis scored in the 108th minute to lift the Wolverines (9-8-1, 7-3-1 WAC) on the road.

Utah State 1, Boise State 1 • Lexie Henrie scored for the Aggies (9-6-4, 5-3-2 Mountain West) at home.

Women's volleyball

SLCC def. Colorado Northwestern 25-7, 25-11, 25-12 • Carol Grasso and Bailey Kendall each posted nine kills as Salt Lake Community College (21-6, 9-0 SWAC) clinched its first conference title since 2009.

Men's basketball

SLCC 61, Arizona Western 60 • Don Simmons scored a layup in the final 10 seconds to give the Bruins the lead for good in their season opener at the KollegeTown Classic in Tucson. Simmons led SLCC with 16 points.

Women's basketball

Utah 81, University of Mary 57 • Freshman Emily Potter scored 24 points to lead the Utes to an easy exhibition victory at the Huntsman Center.

Cross country

Utah State • Eric Schellhorn earned all-conference honors with his sixth-place individual finish, leading the Aggies to sixth place at the Mountain West Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo. Schellhorn finished with an 8-kilometer time of 24 minutes, 29.27 seconds.

The USU women took fifth place, with Ashley Robison leading the Ags with a 5-kilometer time of 22:11.96, good enough for 14th place.




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