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Recap: Arizona and Arizona State both earn hard fought victories to close out the Wildcat Invitational

Pac-12 Networks’ Brian Webber breaks down all the action from Arizona State women’s 3-2 win over previously-undefeated No. 21 Texas Tech and from Arizona women’s soccer’s thrilling 3-2 win over Nebraska at the Wildcat Invitational on Sunday, September 12th. In the morning match, the Sun Devils jumped out to a big lead thanks to goals from Olivia Kearse-Thomas (43′), Nicole Douglas (52′), and Jazmine Wilkinson (60′) and then held on to hand the Red Raiders their first loss of the season. In the afternoon, Arizona came away victorious after Jill Aguilera broke a 2-2 tie in the 88th minute, to send the Wildcats to a win to remember.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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