UC Davis Drops 4-2 Decision Against Pacific

Cloey LemMon earned assists on both Aggie goals scored Friday afternoon against Pacific.
 
Cloey LemMon earned assists on both Aggie goals scored Friday afternoon against Pacific.
 

Oct. 18, 2013

Box Score

BERKELEY, Calif. - After allowing Pacific to score the first goal of Friday's NorPac contest from Maxwell Family Field in Berkeley, Calif., UC Davis roared back to take a 2-1 lead. The Tigers answered the Aggies' scoring rally by netting three unanswered goals of their own to defeat the Aggies 4-2.

The loss drops the Aggies to 4-9 overall and 2-2 in conference play on the year; Pacific now sports respective records of 4-10 and 2-2. 

UC Davis will look to earn a split of the season series on Nov. 1, its final regular season home game of 2013, when Pacific visits Aggie Stadium.

Less than one minute after Pacific scored the first goal of the afternoon, Agustina Singh scored her second goal in as many days by taking full advantage of the Aggies' inaugural penalty corner.

That corner was the only one earned by UC Davis in the first half; the team earned another three throughout the second half.

Singh also led all Aggies with three shots.

Six minutes later, Kristin Rodgers scored her first collegiate goal when her beat Tiger goalkeeper Maggie Corder near post to push UC Davis into the lead by a 2-1 score.

Cloey LemMon earned an assist on each goal and now leads all Aggies with five. 

In the 16th minute, Pacific responded by scoring its second goal to tie the game at two apiece, completing a flurry of goals, offensive opportunities and end-to-end action that took place throughout the contest's opening minutes.

The two-goal standoff held throughout the next 30 minutes of action until Pacific's Emily Tregoning scored the first of back-to-back goals to help the Tigers build a lead that stood as the day's final result. 


 

 

Due to the construction of Pacific's home facility, the Tigers were forced to relocate and hold all home games this season at Cal. With the decision, UC Davis still seeks its first win of the year at Maxwell Family Field.

UC Davis will have another opportunity to record its first victory in Berkeley this season, against the Golden Bears, in Sunday's 1:30 p.m. NorPac game. 

Earlier this season, UC Davis hosted Liberty and Dartmouth as the designated home team in two neutral-site events.