Rebels Push Unbeaten Streak To Five
 
Armani Rice had UNLV's final chance on Friday at Pacific, but her shot on goal was stopped.
Armani Rice had UNLV's final chance on Friday at Pacific, but her shot on goal was stopped.
 
 
 

Sept. 28, 2007

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STOCKTON, Calif. - The UNLV women's soccer team pushed its unbeaten streak to five matches, but had to settle for its second-straight double-overtime scoreless tie at Pacific on Friday night.

In their last game, on Sunday in Las Vegas, the Rebels tied Iowa State, 0-0 in double-overtime.

The Rebels, who trailed Pacific on Friday in shots on goal, 4-3, ran their season record to 4-2-3, while Pacific is now 5-2-2. Pacific had won two straight matches heading into Friday's match with the Rebels.

UNLV's Kristen Shim and Armani Rice both had shots on goal in the second overtime, but Pacific's Jaime Souza made the saves to post the tie.

The Rebels will be back in action on Sunday when they face Nevada, Reno, in Reno at 1:00 p.m. to close out their non-conference road schedule.

 

 

 
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