The No. 25 Washington men’s soccer team was eliminated in the first match of the NCAA tournament for the second consecutive year after going scoreless through regulation and overtime. Lipscomb beat the Huskies 5-4 in penalty kicks to advance, ending Washington’s four game win streak and season. “It’s 50-50 chance usually in PK shootouts,” UW senior Quentin Pearson said. “Heartbreak for one team, unfortunately it was us.” Both teams brought out fresh goalkeepers for the shootout, and it started well for Washington. The Huskies (12-8) scored on their first three attempts, taking a 3-2 lead on the Bisons, who missed their first attempt. After that first shot, Lipscomb scored four straight, and with the Huskies missing their fourth attempt it was tied after five. The Huskies missed their sixth attempt, and Lipscomb scored a fifth consecutive penalty kick to advance to the second round. In regulation, the Huskies outshot Lipscomb 13-4, and had 8-0 advantage in shots on goal, but couldn’t manage to slip a goal past Chris Zappia. While the first half didn’t see a lot of action at either net, the second half was all Washington against the Lipscomb goalkeeper. Early in the half, the Huskies had a… Read full this story
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