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Callahan Leads No. 15 UCSD Past San Bernardino In Double OT
Release: Sunday 09/16/2012 
by UCSD

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Cassie Callahan's goal in double overtime led the No. 15 UC San Diego women's soccer team to a 1-0 league victory over Cal State San Bernardino at Premier Field Sunday afternoon.

Callahan buried a shot to the right side of the Coyote's keeper at the 100:49 mark, her third goal of the season. Alexa Enlow assisted on the play.

The win moved UCSD to 5-0-0 overall and gave the Tritons an edge in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) South Division standings with a 4-0-0 record. CSU San Bernardino sits just behind at 3-1-0 in the league with a 4-1-1 overall mark.

It was UCSD's second consecutive double overtime victory as the Tritons downed Cal State L.A. 2-1 in extra time Friday.

Enlow got the Tritons' offense started in the first half with two shots on goal in the beginning seven minutes of play. UCSD out-shot CSUSB 10-5 in the opening stanza, 12-6 in the second half and 4-0 in the overtime periods.

Callahan, Enlow and Hayley Johnson each had two shots on goal.

UCSD keeper Kelcie Brodsky finished the afternoon with five saves while CSUSB's Chelsey Jones stopped nine Triton bids.

UC San Diego continues its road swing next weekend, playing at Cal Poly Pomona on Friday, Sept. 21 (7 p.m.) and at San Francisco State on Sunday, Sept. 23 (2 p.m.).

-- UCSDtritons.com --

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