Bruin Men's Soccer Team Earns 1-0 Overtime Victory Over Stanford
Nov. 4, 2005
Stanford, CA - The seventh-ranked UCLA men's soccer team downed Stanford, 1-0, in overtime to record its sixth consecutive and 13th overall shutout on Friday evening at Maloney Field in Stanford. Freshman forward Maxwell Griffin scored the game-winning goal at 91:56 off a rebound from three yards out. Patrick Ianni and Jordan Harvey were credited with the assists.
Bruin goalkeeper Eric Reed once again earned the shutout, making four saves on six Stanford shots. The Bruins had 10 shots in the game, including five on goal. Stanford's Andrew Kartunen made four saves. UCLA extended its shutout streak to six games and 662 minutes.
The Bruins improve their record to 11-3-2, 6-1-1 in the Pac-10. Stanford falls to 4-10-2, 1-6-1.
With the win, the Bruins are now in a position to clinch the Pac-10 title on Sunday with a win or tie over California. That match will take place at 2 pm at Edwards Stadium in Berkeley.