ASU women's soccer and Nebraska finish in tie

<p>The Arizona State women's soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to five (3-0-2), tying Nebraska 1-1 on Sunday.</p><separator></separator><p>The Sun Devils forced a tie - and had their opportunities for a victory - against a Nebraska squad that had defeated its last four opponents by an aggregate score of 29-3.</p><separator></separator><p>For the second time in as many games the Sun Devils (5-1-2) would find themselves having to fight back from a deficit after Nebraska freshman Morgan Marlborough was able get free and connect on a shot from the top left side of the 18-yard box. Marlborough's goal came with 16 seconds left in the first half, a half in which the Sun Devils contained the Huskers (5-1-2), holding them to only two shots on goal.</p><separator></separator><p>In the second half the Sun Devils slowly started to take control of the game as they made several strong runs at the Nebraska goal. ASU's persistent attack finally produced in a goal in the 77th minute when freshman midfielder <a href="… McCarter</a> found herself all alone and drilled a shot from 15 yards out for the first goal of her career.</p><separator></separator><p>After McCarter's goal the Sun Devils had numerous opportunities to take the lead both in regulation and in overtime, however were unable to get the go-ahead goal.</p><separator></separator><p>For the match, ASU held advantages in shots (20-17), shots on goal (5-2) and corner kicks (10-6). Leading the Sun Devils in shots were senior midfielder <a href="">C… Kallas</a> (6) and junior forward <a href="">Ka… Volpe</a> (5), who combined for 11 of ASU's 20 shots.</p><separator></separator><p> <!-- STORY AD ENDS HERE --> The Sun Devils return to action on Friday when they host Pepperdine at 7 p.m. </p>