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No. 23 USC Women’s Soccer Blanks Cal, 2-0


LOS ANGELES – The No. 23 USC women’s soccer team finished its regular season home slate with a 2-0 win over California on Sunday, posting its ninth shutout of the year in the win.
The Trojans got goals from Maribel Flores and Izzy Kimberly as USC moves to 10-3-3 overall and 6-1-3 in Pac-12 play. Cal moves to 7-5-6, 4-2-4.
Flores struck in the 14th minute to give USC the lead, finishing a cross from Kayla Colbert for her sixth goal of the season. Colbert was also in on the assist in the second half when she helped set up Zoe Burns for a cross that Kimberly headed home in the 52nd minute.
USC outshot the Bears 16-5, putting six balls on target to just one for Cal. The Trojans also had a 7-4 corner kick advantage and held 57% of the possession.
14′ – USC: Maribel Flores (assisted by Kayla Colbert, Izzy Kimberly) – Colbert crossed it in from the right and Flores volleyed it out of the air on the bounce from the left side of the box.
52′ – USC: Izzy Kimberly (assisted by Zoe Burns, Kayla Colbert) – Burns sent a ball across the face of goal from the right and Kimberly headed it in near the far post.
The Trojans close out the regular season on the road at crosstown rivals No. 2 UCLA on Friday. That game will be broadcast…

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