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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri soccer stays undefeated in SEC play

Friday, September 21, 2012 | 10:28 p.m. CDT
Missouri's Haley Krentz, left, jumps over Mississippi's Maddie Friedmann on Friday at Walton Stadium. The Tigers took 26 shots in the game compared to Mississippi's 14.

The Missouri women's soccer team scored twice in the second half to beat Mississippi 2-1 on Friday night in front of 1,539 fans at Walton Stadium.

Redshirt freshman Lauren Flynn scored the decisive goal in the 78th minute for the Tigers (8-1, 3-0 SEC).

The Mizzou women's soccer team celebrates after Lauren Flynn's goal in the 78th minute Friday at Walton Stadium. Flynn's goal put Missouri up 2-1 against Ole Miss.

Mississippi's Sara Coleman, left, and Missouri's Lauren Flynn chase after the ball Friday at Walton Stadium. The Tigers are ranked 15th nationally by Soccer Times.

Mississippi's Samantha Sanders, left, jockeys for position with Missouri's Haley Krentz. In the 63rd minute Krentz found teammate Abi Raymer, who scored the Tigers' first goal of the game.

Missouri's Taiwo Adeshigbin argues with the referee after a call.

(ZAC BOESCH/MISSOURIAN)


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