This Week in Pac-10 Men's Soccer
Sept. 9, 2008
Fri., Sept. 12
[6/6/5/3] CALIFORNIA at  Santa Clara, 7 p.m.
[19/15/17/25] Indiana at [24/21/28] UCLA, 7 p.m.
OREGON STATE at Marist, 7 p.m.
SAN DIEGO STATE at Denver, 4 p.m.
 WASHINGTON at  Portland, 7 p.m. (Fox Soccer Channel)
Sun., Sept. 14
OREGON STATE at Adelphi, 1 p.m.
SAN DIEGO STATE at Air Force, Noon
STANFORD at San Francisco, 7 p.m. (1)
(1) - Bay Area Classic, San Francisco, Calif.
*All Times Local to Site
Fri., Sept. 5
[11/9/5] CALIFORNIA 5, Cornell 0
OREGON STATE 5, Howard 0
Michigan 3, SAN DIEGO STATE 2 (OT)
[7/8/22] SMU 2, STANFORD 0
[1/1/1] Wake Forest 3, [19/14/28] UCLA 0
 WASHINGTON 4, College of Charleston 1
Sun., Sept. 7
[11/9/5] CALIFORNIA 1, [7/8/22] SMU 1 (2OT)
OREGON STATE 0, Gonzaga 0 (2OT)
SAN DIEGO STATE 6, Albany 0
STANFORD 2, Cornell 0
[19/14/28] UCLA 1, [15/18/20] North Carolina 1 (2OT)
 WASHINGTON 4, Furman 0
Cal showed off its offensive firepower in a 5-0 blanking of Cornell in the Cal Legacy Classic. SO F Davis Paul netted two goals, both assisted by SO MF Servando Carrasco. The Bears played to a 1-1 draw with No. 7 SMU to finish out the weekend. SO D A.J. Soares headed in the tying score in the 82nd minute to keep Cal unbeaten on the season.
OREGON STATE (1-2-1)
The Beavers posted their first win of the season as they defeated Howard University, 5-0. SR F Robby Christner put up a hat trick in the victory, scoring two goals within eight seconds of each other, which set a new NCAA record for the fastest consecutive goals scored by the same player.
SAN DIEGO STATE (1-1-0)
The Aztecs hosted Michigan and Albany in the Courtyard Marriott, Central San Diego Tourney. In its season opener, San Diego State pushed Michigan into overtime, but eventually fell 3-2. The Aztecs put up six goals in a shutout of Albany to close out the weekend. FR D Daniel Steres was named the Defensive MVP of the tournament.
Competing in the Cal Legacy Classic, the Cardinal were unable to capitalize on their six shots against No. 7 SMU as they were defeated 2-0 Friday in Berkeley, Calif. Playing in its first home match of the season, Stanford defeated Cornell 2-0. SO MF Bobby Warshaw and FR F Cullen Wilson each scored a goal for the Cardinal.
Playing in the Wake Forest tournament, the Bruins fell to No. 1 Wake Forest, 3-0, but bounced back to tie No. 15 North Carolina, 1-1, in double overtime. SR D Brad Rusin scored in the 86th minute to salvage the tie for UCLA. Rusin, SR MF Jason Leopoldo and JR MF Michael Stephens were named to the All-Tournament team.
The Huskies traveled to South Carolina where they won the Diadora/Spinx Furman Invitational by defeating the College of Charelston, 4-1, and host Furman, 4-0. FR F Brent Richards was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for his performances over the weekend. Richards scored three goals in the two games and was named the tournament's Offensive MVP.