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Cal State Northridge Athletics | March 20, 2014

Cal State Northridge wins eighth consecutive with victory against Harvard

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. -- Cal State Northridge captured its eighth conseutive victory of the season with a hard-earned 11-9 victory against Harvard in a non-league game on Thursday afternoon at Matador Pool.

With the score tied 8-8 with 6:51 remaining in the fourth period, Lindsy Duncan scored her second goal of the contest at 6:33 to give CSUN a one goal lead they would never surrender. Jenny Jamison and Marisa Young each added a goal in the final minutes to give the Matadors an 11-8 lead.

In addition to Duncan's two goals, Kelcie Ferreira, Jamison and Young also recorded two goals apiece to give the seventh-ranked Matadors a 16-5 season record.

Kiernan Davis collected eight saves for CSUN.

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