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Baylor soccer ties Oregon with late equalizer, 2-2

Baylor soccer ties Oregon with late equalizer, 2-2

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The Baylor and Oregon soccer teams played to a 2-2 tie in double overtime Sunday night at Betty Lou Mays Field.

Trailing 2-1 with two seconds remaining in regulation, Baylor's Chloe Japic attempted a penalty kick that was blocked by Oregon goalkeeper Leah Freeman. But Japic followed up the block by kicking in the game-tying goal.

Oregon (3-0-3) played the final 8:57 of regulation and overtime with 10 players to Baylor's 11 after Lexi Romero received a red card.

Ally Cook scored a first-half goal and Kess Elmore followed with a goal early in the second half as Oregon took a 2-0 lead.

But Baylor (3-2-2) came back with Mackenzie Anthony's goal on Elizabeth Kooiman's assist with 9:01 left in regulation to cut Oregon's lead to 2-1.

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