Lincoln, Neb. – Sydney Studer and McKenzie Weinert take multiple shot attempts, but were unable to find the back of the net as the Beavers fall to Nebraska, 3-0.
Studer and Weinert attempted back-to-back shots on goal to get things started for the Beavers at the 18th minute but both went wide. It was Nebraska who struck first at the 19th minute mark and again in the 29th minute.
Kaillen Fried made an attempt to close the gap midway through the first half, before the game was paused due to lightning in the area.
After an hour of weather delay, action picked right back up in the first half. Oregon State committed a penalty within the box, giving Nebraska a penalty shot with three minutes remaining. Nebraska took a 3-0 lead into the half.
Oregon State went on the attack to start the second half putting pressure on Nebraska that ended up leading to Toni Malone taking a corner kick for the Beavers within the first four minutes of play. Studer took another shot in the 57th minute that went just over the top of the goal.
Weinert nearly got the Beavers on the board at the 76th minute with a shot that deflected off the post.
Oregon State returns home next week to host Gonzaga on Friday, Aug. 31 and Dartmouth on Sunday, Sept. 2.
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