Sophomore goalkeeper Teagan Wy recorded four saves as the California women’s soccer team posted its fifth clean sheet of the season in a scoreless draw against No. 25 Colorado on Sunday afternoon at Prentup Field.
Cal (5-3-5, 2-0-3 Pac-12) extended its unbeaten streak in conference play to five games while the Buffaloes (10-3-1, 2-2-1) were in their first tie of the campaign. The draw was the third in as many games for the Golden Bears, coming off a pair of 1-1 contests against Arizona State in Berkeley on Sunday and Utah in Salt Lake City on Thursday. Colorado enters the game averaging 1.86 goals per game and has been held scoreless just once this season.
The Bears were outshot 18-to-5 by the Buffs, including an 11-to-1 differential in the first 45 minutes of play, but remained poised throughout the contest as they stifled many of the hosts’ threats. Wy, who has registered all five shutouts for Cal this season, posted two saves in each half. Perhaps the biggest save of the game came in the 85th minute, when a shot by Colorado’s Shyra James inside the box deflected off Wy before Miriam Hills fired the ball across the face of the goal.
Cal finished with five total shots and just one on goal, which came from the foot of Soleil Dimry in the 56th minute. Dimry cut to his right five yards outside the box and lifted a shot into the top right corner of the net, only to see Jordan Nytes make the single save of the game.
Kylie Kerr and Courtney Boone Logged all 90 minutes on the defensive end as Dimry led all Bears with two shots.
Cal returns to Berkeley to host Washington State at 3 p.m. PT on Friday at Edwards Stadium. The competition will be live streamed.