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Flurry of goals for Cardinal field hockey in conference win

Katie Keyser recorded a goal and assist in Stanford's win over UC Davis on Friday night. Photo courtesy of Stanford Athletics.

Marissa Cicione and Katie Keyser each scored a goal and recorded an assist as the 12th-ranked Stanford field hockey team beat host UC Davis, 5-0, in an American East Conference contest on Friday.

Kristina Bassi and Frances Castens each added a goal for the Cardinal (8-5, 2-0), which travels to California for a conference contest at 1 p.m. Sunday. The game will be carried on Pac-12 Networks.

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Keyser scored her first goal of the season to give the Cardinal the lead 11 minutes into the contest. Bassi and Carstens also scored in the first save.

Kelsey Bing recorded four saves to preserve the shutout as Stanford ended a three-game losing streak.

Johnson scored with assists from Keyser and Corinne Zanolli off Johnson's corner.

Canolli and Cicione added goals late to finish off the Aggies,

— Palo Alto Online Sports/Stanford Athletics

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