This Week In Pac-10 Men's Soccer (11/21/00)

Nov. 21, 2000

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TWO PAC-10 TEAMS HEAD TO 'SWEET SIXTEEN'

It should be no surprise that WASHINGTON and STANFORD are holding the Conference torchheading into the second round of the NCAA Tournament, as both fought the whole season for thetop spot in the Pac-10 ... WASHINGTON was victorious in a thrilling four-overtime match againstUAB ... Meanwhile, STANFORD had no problems defeating CS Fullerton in the first round with a 4-0shutout win ... UCLA lost a tough one at No. 3 San Diego as the Bruins were defeated 1-0 inovertime ... WASHINGTON will host two-time defending national champion Indiana, a team that is 0-3 against Pac-10 foes this season ... STANFORD will host Illinois-Chicago, a squad that is 1-0against the Conference this year ... The Cardinal is ranked No. 6/No. 4 and WASHINGTON is No. 18/No. 10 in the NSCAA and Soccer America final regular season polls, respectively ... UCLA isranked No. 14 in Soccer America.

NCAA TOURNAMENT

Sat., Nov. 25 (Second Round)
Indiana at WASHINGTON, 6 p.m.
Illinois-Chicago at STANFORD, 7:30 p.m.

LAST WEEK'S SCHEDULE

Fri., Nov. 17 (First Round)
WASHINGTON 1, UAB 0 (4ot)

Sun. , Nov. 18 (First Round)
San Diego 1, UCLA 0 (ot)
STANFORD 4, CS Fullerton 0

Pac-10 National Champs
1985 UCLA 20-1-4
1990 UCLA 19-1-4
1997 UCLA 22-2-0

A Closer Look at the Games

Illinois-Chicago (18-3-2) at STANFORD (17-2-1, No. 3 Seed)
- The Flames won the Midwestern Collegiate Conference (at-large)
while the Cardinal finished second in the Pac-10 (at-large).
- Even though UIC won the MCC, the Flames had to defeat Fairleigh Dickinson
in a play-in game to make the tournament. Last week, UIC defeated No. 24
Bradley 1-0 while Stanford beat No. 19 CS Fullerton 4-0.
- The Flames were 1-0 versus the Pac-10 this season winning at Oregon State1-0 in the Oregon State/Diadora Classic (Sept. 8).
- Pac-10 is 1-1 versus the MCC this season.
- Final NSCAA Ranking: UIC- NR, STAN- 6
- This will be the first meeting between the two schools.
- The victor will play the winner of the Kentucky/SMU match.

Indiana (14-6-0) at WASHINGTON (14-5-0)/b>
- The Hoosiers finished second in the Big Ten (at-large) while the Huskies won
the Pac-10 (at-large).
- Last week, Indiana defeated No. 2 (No. 8 seed) San Jose State 4-0 on the road
while Washington beat No. 15 UAB 1-0 in four overtimes at home.
- The Hoosiers did not win the Big Ten title for the first time since 1993 and
had to play a first round road game for the first time since 1992 last week.
- The two-time defending national champion Hoosiers are 0-3 against the Pac-10
this season losing to UCLA, Stanford and California.
- Pac-10 is 3-0 versus the Big Ten this season.
- Final NSCAA Ranking: IND- 16, WASH- 18
- Indiana leads the all-time series 2-0. Last year, the Hoosiers knocked off
Washington in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, 2-0.
- The victor will play the winner of the Rhode Island/North Carolina match.

Pac-10 vs. Ranked Teams

Record PctCAL 2-5-0 .286OSU 2-4-0 .333STAN 4-0-1 .900UCLA 2-3-0 .400WASH 4-3-0 .571------------------------------Overall: 14-15-1 .483

Pac-10 vs. Tourney Teams

Record PctCAL 2-7-0 .222OSU 1-6-0 .143STAN 6-1-1 .813UCLA 2-5-0 .286WASH 5-2-0 .714------------------------------Overall: 16-21-1 .434

Pac-10 vs. Other Conf.

Atlantic 10 2-0-0Big East 1-1-0Big Ten 3-0-0Conf. USA 2-3-0Ivy League 2-0-0MAC 1-0-0Mid-Cont. 1-0-0MCC 1-1-0MVC 1-2-0MPSF 10-5-1Sun Belt 1-0-0WCC 11-7-0Div. III-Ind. 1-0-0----------------------------Overall Record: 37-19-1, .658 Pct.

WHERE PAC-10 MEN'S SOCCER RANKS IN THE NATION
(Through games of Nov. 19)

Team

Scoring Offense (Min. 2.20 goals per game)

1. SMU 3.455. STANFORD 3.05

Team Goals Against Average (Max. 0.95)1. STANFORD 0.38

Shutout Percentage (Min. 0.41 per game)1. STANFORD .750

Winning Percentage (Min. .675)1. San Jose State 20-1-1 .9325. STANFORD 17-2-1 .87519. WASHINGTON 14-5-0 .737

Individual

Points Per Game (Min. 1.80 per game)1. Chris Carrieri, North Carolina 2.82

Goals Per Game (Min. 0.70 per game)1. Jason Thompson, E. Illinois 1.1116. McKinley Tennyson Jr., UCLA 0.83

Assists Per Game (Min. 0.50 per game)1. Michael Bucy, North Carolina 0.68

Goals-Against Average (Max. 0.95 per game)1. Adam Zapala, STAN 0.39

Saves Per Game (Min. 5.50 per game)1. Mike Cardenas, Boston U. 7.56

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