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NCAA Women's Soccer Halftime Update
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  11/25/2000

Nov. 25, 2000

Clemson, S.C. - UCLA struck first in the 16th minute of the match on a header by freshman Lindsay Greco. Bruin junior Stephanie Rigamat put in a perfect cross over Clemson goalkeeper Katie Carson to a running Greco, who put in a header from about two yards out.

Clemson scored the equalizer at the 35:39 mark on a goal by Delilah Arrington. Clemson's Lindsay Browne hit a through ball up to Arrington, prompting UCLA goalkeeper CiCi Peterson to come off her line. Arrington dribbled by a diving Peterson, putting in an open-goal opportunity from about five yards out on the left side.

Saturday's quarterfinal winner advances to the NCAA College Cup in San Jose.

UCLA 7, Clemson 4
Corner Kicks
UCLA 2, Clemson 0
Goalkeeper Saves
UCLA 2, Clemson 2
UCLA 6, Clemson 4
UCLA 0, Clemson 0

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