Discussion in 'University of Colorado News and Olympic Sports' started by cmgoods, Sep 21, 2013.
Should be another multiple goal win for CU given comparative results. CU defeated No, Colorado earlier this season 3-0. UNC and UNLV tied Friday night.
We're in the 2nd half with 27 minutes left and the Buffs hold a 2-0 lead. They have a goal from Darcy Jerman at the 3 min mark and a goal from Heather Ward at eh 39 min mark. Also, the pac-12 has added a scoreboard to the broadcast which it has desperately needed.
Buffs with a great chance to add a 3rd goal but just wide
Another chance just off the crossbar
I went to eat dinner and missed a couple of goals. At the 77 min mark, UNLV scored to make it 2-1. But, 5 minutes later Darcy Jerman scored her 2nd of the game to make it 3-1. There is now 6 and a half minutes remaining.
Darcy Jerman's goal was on a penalty kick.
It's over. Buffs win 3-1 to improve their record to 8-1. :gobuffs:
Immediately following the telecast of the match the highlights are shown. CU was very close to scoring a few more goals before UNLV scored theirs.
Jerman now as two goals for the season, both in this match.
Next up for CU, Stanford next Saturday at Prentup. It will be the only match of the week for both teams.
The following weekend CU hosts the Oregon schools, both with loosing records in non-conference play. Those games are must wins if the Buffs are to finish in the top half of the conference standings and make the NCAA tourney.
8-1 is a very solid non-conference. Not exactly a brutal schedule, but CU is building and is smart to schedule light. That DU match was disappointing and hopefully not a hint as to what we can expect in Pac-12 play.
If this team can continue playing great defense, though, making the field of 64 for the College Cup is a realistic goal. I took a quick look and the Pac-12 put 6 teams in last year, so finishing in the top half of the conference should do it.
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