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CUBuffs.com: Colorado Drops 1-0 Overtime Decision To Northwestern (Soccer)

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  1. RSSBot

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    The Colorado Buffaloes fell to Northwestern on Sunday afternoon at Prentup Field, 1-0, in overtime.

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    BOULDER -- The Colorado Buffaloes fell to Northwestern on Sunday afternoon at Prentup Field, 1-0, in overtime.

    Colorado goalie Kate Scheele had two nice saves among Northwestern’s 13 total shots, but could not grab the final one, resulting in the game-winning goal from Michelle Manning, assisted by Addie Steiner, 6:34 into the first overtime.

    “Defensively, I thought we were fine,” CU head coach Danny Sanchez said. “I think it was a good goal. Sometimes you have to give credit when credit is due—and that was a good goal.”
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    Buffs just need to shake this one off (against a pretty solid looking Wildcat squad) and finish off non-conference strong against (0-7) Villanova next Sunday at Prentup.

    The "dissecting" (generally short) passes in the offensive third that get players open for good shots seemed to be JUST off for the Buffs all match, and as a result there was one good CU scoring chance I can think of all match (a Brie Hooks open shot late in regulation from ~15-20 yards that sailed quite a bit high late). To give the opposition their due, some of those offensive misses looked to be caused by solid marking by Northwestern's young defenders.
     

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