USD Toreros Hunt Down NC State Wolfpack, Barely Lose to UCLA Bruins
The University of San Diego (USD) Lady Toreros defeated the North Carolina State Lady Wolfpack by a final score of 2-1 in a season-opening non-conference women’s soccer matchup played at Torero Stadium on Friday evening, August 21.
Five-foot-ten-inch Lady Toreros junior forward Victoria Walker scored a goal at the beginning of the second half, knotting up the contest at 1-1.
At 55:04 of the second half, Walker struck again with another score that would prove to be the game-winner for USD.
Five-foot-eight-inch senior goalkeeper Michelle Craft had two saves and 5-foot-4-inch junior midfielder Rachel Conners and 5-foot-5-inch junior defender midfielder Jacqueline Altschuld each added an assist for the Lady Toreros.
Two nights later, USD suffered a tough 1-0 double-overtime loss to the fourth-ranked UCLA Lady Bruins before an announced attendance of 1,012 spectators in the championship game of the Torero Classic on Sunday evening, August 23. Craft had a season-high seven saves in the losing effort for USD.
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