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Couteau Nets Game-Winner
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 09/14/2013

Box Score

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Clemence Couteau scored the game’s only goal as No. 10 Stanford earned its second consecutive shutout and fourth straight victory Saturday, defeating Central Michigan, 1-0.

Stanford (4-1, 0-0 NorPac) held advantages in shots (23-3) and penalty corners (13-4) but was unable to get on the board until Couteau netted the game-winner on Stanford’s 20th shot at 45:07. It was Couteau’s second consecutive game-winner after scoring the go-ahead goal last Sunday against VCU. Couteau has two game-winning goals on four career shots.

Central Michigan’s (2-4, 0-0 Mid-American) Sadie Reynolds was a major factor in keeping the Cardinal off the board and the Chippewas within striking distance, making 14 saves in net, including nine in the first half.

Not to be outdone, Stanford earned its second shutout in as many games and has not allowed a goal in 208:39. The Cardinal last allowed a goal on Sept. 6 at 1:21 against No. 20 New Hampshire.

Dulcie Davies made two saves en route to her second shutout of the year and ninth of her career.

Stanford will take on No. 8 Iowa on Sunday at 11 a.m. PT. The game will be televised on the Big Ten Digital Network and live stats will be available via gostanford.com.

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NOTES: Clemence Couteau has taken three shots this season and two have been game-winning goals … Dulcie Davies currently holds a 0.95 GAA … Stanford has won four in a row since a 2-1 double-overtime loss to No. 4 Connecticut in the season opener … The Cardinal has scored 10 of its 14 goals after halftime … Stanford owns advantages in shots (87-23) and penalty corners (46-12) over its opponents … Stanford’s 23 shots are the most it has taken against any team this season … The Cardinal’s 15 first-half shots are the most it has taken in a single half this season.

 


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