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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Kansas wins in shootout

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— Kansas University freshman goalkeeper Kat Liebetrau’s save on Texas Tech midfielder Maggie Fete — the Red Raiders’ fifth shooter in the shootout — on Monday at the Blossom Soccer Complex advanced the Jayhawks to the quarterfinal round of the Big 12 soccer tournament.

The match, which officially goes down as a 1-1 tie, was a play-in match to determine the No. 8 seed in the conference tournament.

After the teams played 110 minutes of soccer tied 1-1, the match moved to a shootout. Kansas’ Emily Cressy, Monica Dolinsky, Whitney Berry, Kim Boyer and Shelby Williamson all connected on their chances from the penalty-kick line. Tech made its first four chances, before Liebetrau made a sprawling save to the far post on Fete’s shot.

The Jayhawks move to 12-7-2 overall, while Tech finishes the season at 8-8-4. KU advances to meet top seed Missouri at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Berry scored the Jayhawks’ goal in the first half.

Comments

jayhawkintx73 10 years, 3 months ago

Good luck to them. It is nice to see that other sports are faring well with the resurgence of the Football Program.

actorman 10 years, 3 months ago

Sweet! Way to come through, 'Hawks. Now pound those tiggers into submission.

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