Late Goal Upends Lions
The Lions had a 5-3 shots-on-goal advantage, but fell 1-0 to Oregon Sunday.
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EUGENE, Ore. - A late Oregon goal snapped a 0-0 tie Sunday afternoon at Pape Field, send the LMU women's soccer team to a 1-0 setback in the Lions' middle game of a three-game roadtrip.
LMU moved to 2-1-1 on the year while the Ducks improved to 3-1-1 overall.
The Lions had chances, including five shots on frame, but Oregon goalkeeper Abby Steele came up with saves on all five shots to maintain the shutout.
LMU goalkeeper Sophia Leksan made two saves on the day while giving up just her second goal of the season.
The Ducks would score at the 83:26 mark in the form of Kristen Parr, who was able to connect on a lose ball in the box following a corner kick from Lilly Archer.
LMU takes a full week of training before returning to competition on Sunday, Sept. 7 at UC Santa Barbara.
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