This Week in Pac-10 Men's Soccer (11/6/01)

Nov. 6, 2001

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STANFORD (13-1-1, 3-1-1 Pac-10) checks in at No. 3/No. 4 in this week's national polls, while WASHINGTON (11-3-0, 3-2-0) is No. 10/No. 14. The Pac-10 title is still up for grabs entering the final two weekends of Conference play, with just one point separating the top three teams... UCLA (8-6-4, 3-2-1) has just two Pac-10 games remaining, while the Stanford and Washington schedules feature three more league matchups.

The Huskies are at No. 15/No. 16 Portland for a non-Conference tilt Friday night before heading to Los Angeles to take on the Bruins... OREGON STATE (5-9-0, 1-4-0) is at UCLA, while CALIFORNIA (9-6-1, 2-3-0) hosts the Cardinal Sunday at 2 p.m.

THIS  WEEK'S SCHEDULE

Fri., Nov. 9*OREGON STATE at UCLA, 2 p.m.WASHINGTON at Portland, 7:15 p.m.

Sun., Nov. 11*STANFORD at CALIFORNIA, 2 p.m.*WASHINGTON at UCLA, 2 p.m.

* - Pacific-10 Conference match

All times are local to site.

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

Fri., Nov. 2*WASHINGTON 1, OREGON STATE 0CALIFORNIA 3, Sacramento State 1*UCLA 0, STANFORD 0, 2OT

Sun., Nov. 4*UCLA 1, CALIFORNIA 0, OT

WELLS NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK

UCLA sophomore goalkeeper Zach Wells has been named the Pac-10 Men's Soccer Player of the Week for Oct. 30-Nov. 6.

Wells, from Costs Mesa, Calif., helped the Bruins extend their unbeaten streak to four games and grab a share of first place in the Pac-10 with a tie and a win last week. Wells earned his second and third consecutive shutouts with the 0-0 tie at No. 3 Stanford (Nov. 2) and the 1-0 overtime win at California (Nov. 4). Against the Cardinal, Wells made three saves in 120 minutes of play, while facing 15 shots. Against the Golden Bears, he saved four of Cal's eight shots in 99 minutes of play.

UCLA (8-6-4 overall, 3-2-1) concludes regular-season play with a pair of home games this weekend, against Oregon State and 14th-ranked Washington.

This is the first weekly honor for Wells and UCLA's seventh Player of the Week honor all-time.

ALSO NOMINATED: Bryn Ritchie, Sr D, WASH.

2001 PAC-10 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Sept. 4- Bryn Ritchie, Sr D, WASH, Sept. 11- Tim Pierce, Jr F, UCLA, Sept. 18- none selected, Sept. 25- Austin Ripmaster, Sr F, CAL, Oct. 2- Roger Levesque, Jr F, STAN, Oct. 9-C.J. Klaas, WASH, Oct. 16- Tim Pierce, UCLA, Oct. 23- Aaron McHardy, OSU, Oct. 29- Johanes Maliza, STAN, Nov. 6- Zach Wells, UCLA.

NSCAA/adidas TOP 25 (Nov. 5) 1. SMU (16-0-0) 2. Virginia (15-0-1) 3. STANFORD (13-1-1) 4. Indiana (12-3-1) 5. St. Louis (13-1-0) 6. St. John's (11-1-3) 7. North Carolina (14-3-0) 8. Connecticut (12-3-2) 9. Wake Forest (12-3-1)10. WASHINGTON (11-3-0)11. Penn State (12-3-1)12. Loyola (Md.) (13-1-2)13. Clemson (12-4-0)14. Rutgers (12-4-3)15. Portland (10-4-1)16. UW-Milwaukee (16-3-1)17. UAB (13-3-0)18. Boston Univ. (13-4-1)19. San Diego (9-3-1)20. South Carolina (10-3-2)21. James Madison (10-4-1)22. Princeton (8-2-5)23. Notre Dame (11-5-0)24. Fairfield (10-2-4)25. Cornell (5-4-3)

SOCCER AMERICA TOP 20 (Nov. 5) 1. SMU (16-0-0) 2. Virginia (15-0-1) 3. St. Louis (13-1-0) 4. STANFORD (13-1-1) 5. Connecticut (12-3-2) 6. Wake Forest (12-3-1) 7. North Carolina (14-3-0) 8. St. John's (11-1-3) 9. Indiana (12-3-1)10. Clemson (12-4-0)11. Penn State (10-3-1)12. Rutgers (12-4-3)13. South Carolina (10-3-2)14. WASHINGTON (11-3-0)15. UAB (12-3-0)16. Portland (10-4-1)17. Loyola (Md.) (13-1-2)18. Princeton (8-2-5)19. Notre Dame (9-5-0)20. Furman (13-4-0)

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