Oct. 8, 1997
Virginia Squeak By Georgetown 1-0
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Junior midfielder Ben Olsen scored on an 18-yard shot off a feed from senior midfielder Sam Franklin to lift 11th-ranked Virginia to a 1-0 win over Georgetown. The Cavaliers improve to 8-2-2 on the season.
Virginia junior defender Matt Chulis cleared a shot off the goal line with 15:20 to play, the second of his two defensive saves in the game.
Virginia won despite the Hoyas holding a 13-5 edge in shots on goal. Cavalier junior goalkeeper Brock Yetso made three saves.
Scoring: UVa - Ben Olsen 72:17 (Sam Franklin)
Virginia 1, Georgetown 01 2 OT OT F Line Score: Georgetwon (7-4) 0 0 - - 0 Virginia (8-2-2) 0 1 - - 1
Shots: UVa 5, Georgetown 13;
Saves: Uva 3, Georgetown 2;
Corner Kicks: UVa 4, Georgetown 6;
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