Nov. 7, 1997
Stanford Ties ASU in Overtime, 2-2
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Arizona State soccer team (11-6-1, 5-2-1 Pac-10) came from behind to tie Stanford (10-7-1, 5-2-1 Pac-10), 2-2 in double overtime Friday at Sun Devil Soccer Field.
The first goal was scored by Stanford's Tracye Lawyer with the assist going to Jill Buxton in the 34th minute. Lawyer beat the defender and shot the ball into the right corner of the goal.
Sun Devil sophomore midfielder Kim Wagner fed freshman midfielder Antoinette Marjanovic at the 43:30 mark for ASU's first goal. Marjanovic had a breakaway started by Wagner that led to a one-on-one with the Cardinal goalkeeper.
The score was tied at halftime, but Stanford came out fired up in the second half and scored after three minutes. Celina DeLeon scored an unassisted goal in the 47th minute off of a corner kick.
However, the Sun Devils would answer again as sophomore defender Marianne Simmons connected with freshman forward Jaclyn Clark in the 81st minute to tie the game. Simmons passed a long ball to Clark who now leads all Sun Devils in goals with 10.
Both sudden-death overtime periods were scoreless. Stanford outshot Arizona State 20-11. Sun Devil goalkeeper Erin Reinke had nine saves, while the Cardinal goalkeeper stopped six shots. ASU had 15 fouls compared Stanford's 13.
Stanford and Arizona State remain tied for second place in the Pac-10.
The Cardinal wrap up the regular season on Sunday in Tucson against Arizona.