This Week in Pac-10 Men's Soccer

Oct. 21, 2008

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AROUND THE LEAGUE

CALIFORNIA (7-2-4)
Head coach Kevin Grimes picked up his 100th career-win in Cal's 1-0 overtime victory over rival Stanford, Saturday. SO MF Servando Carrasco netted the game-winning goal for the Golden Bears in the second minute of the extra period. It marked the third goal of the season for Carrasco, who is second on the team in goals scored.

OREGON STATE (4-7-3)
The Beavers registered their first win in Conference play with a 2-1 road victory at San Diego State. FR F Danny Mwanga scored both goals for OSU as he led the team in shots with four. Mwanga is second on the team with goals scored this season (4) and points (8).

SAN DIEGO STATE (3-7-2)
The Aztecs were defeated by Oregon State Friday, 2-1, despite out shooting the Beavers 12-4 in the second half. RS-JR D Matt McManus headed in the lone goal for SDSU in the 62nd minute. On Sunday, the Aztecs forced overtime with Washington when SO F Khadim Diouf tied the game with his second goal of the season. The Aztecs eventually fell, 1-2 to the Huskies.

STANFORD (3-7-2)
Hosting rival No. 13 California, the Cardinal matched the Bears in shots (12) and corner kicks (5) to force overtime. JR GK John Moore totaled nine saves in the 1-0 loss.SO MF Cameron Lamming and SR F Tom Montgomery tied for the team high in shots with three. Stanford heads to New Mexico this week to face the Lobos in their final non-conference match of the season.

UCLA (5-4-5)
The Bruins shut out both Washington, 2-0, and Oregon State, 3-0, over the weekend to move themselves into a first-place tie in the Conference with 10 points. JR GK Brian Perk collected nine saves as he was awarded the shutout on Friday and played 84 scoreless-minutes against the Beavers on Sunday. JR MF Kyle Nakazawa tallied his first goal of the season, while JR MF Michael Stephens scored his team-leading seventh goal of the season against OSU.

WASHINGTON (8-4-1)
The Huskies split their road contests with the Southern California schools over the weekend. After falling to UCLA, 2-0 on Friday, UW bounced back to maintain a share of the Conference lead with a 2-1 overtime win at San Diego State. SR MF Raphael Cox tabbed an assist, his fifth of the season, on Washington's first goal. The Tacoma, Wash., native also scored the game-winner from 15 yards out in the fourth minute of the extra frame.

THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE

Fri., Oct. 24
*SAN DIEGO STATE at OREGON STATE, 7:30 p.m.
STANFORD at New Mexico, 7 p.m.
*[39] UCLA at WASHINGTON, 7 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 26
*SAN DIEGO STATE at WASHINGTON, 1 p.m.
*[39] UCLA at OREGON STATE, 1 p.m.

*Pacific-10 Conference Match

All Times Local to Site

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

Fri., Oct. 17
*OREGON STATE 2, SAN DIEGO STATE 1
*UCLA 2, [23] WASHINGTON 0

Sat., Oct. 18
*[13/18/10/15] CALIFORNIA 1, STANFORD 0 (OT)

Sun., Oct. 19
*UCLA 3, OREGON STATE 0
*[23] WASHINGTON 2, SAN DIEGO STATE 1 (OT)

*Pacific-10 Conference Match

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