This Week in Pac-10 Men's Soccer

Oct. 20, 2009

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    THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE

    Fri., Oct. 23
    UCLA at CALIFORNIA, 4 p.m.
    SAN DIEGO STATE at STANFORD, 7 p.m. 

    Sun., Oct. 25
    UCLA at STANFORD, 1 p.m.
    SAN DIEGO STATE at CALIFORNIA, 2 p.m.

     

     

    LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

    Fri., Oct. 16
    STANFORD def. SAN DIEGO STATE, 2-1 (OT)
    UCLA def. CALIFORNIA, 1-0

    Sat., Oct. 17
    OREGON STATE def. WASHINGTON, 2-0 

    Sun., Oct. 4
    SAN DIEGO STATE def. CALIFORNIA, 2-1
    UCLA def. STANFORD, 2-0

  • AROUND THE LEAGUE

    CALIFORNIA (8-5-0, 2-3-0)
    JR F Andrew Wiedeman leads the Conference in points (23), goals per game (0.77) and goals scored (10), and ranks second in points per game (2.09). Wiedeman’s marks in goals per game and points per game also rank ninth and 11th in the NCAA, repsectively. RS-JR MF Hector Jimenez ranks seventh in the NCAA in assists per game (0.62). As a team, the Golden Bears rank 14th nationally in scoring offense (2.27). The Bears will try to snap their two-match losing streak when they play UCLA on Friday.

    OREGON STATE (6-5-2, 2-3-0)
    SO F Danny Mwanga is tied for second in the Conference in goals scored (9) and is third in points (18). Mwanga, the reigning Pac-10 Freshman of the Year, scored two goals against Washington Saturday night, Helping OSU snap a two-match losing streak. The Beavers are off this week and will be in action again on October 30 when they host Stanford.

    SAN DIEGO STATE (4-4-4, 1-2-2)
    The Aztecs split a pair of games last weekend, dropping a match in overtime against Stanford, then upsetting No. 18 California 2-1. JR F Raymundo Reza and FR MF Morgan Sacco each scored a goal. Sacco’s, golden goal against the Cardinal marked the first game-winning goal of his career. Reza is tied for the team lead in goals scored with four. SDSU will  travel to the Bay Area, where it plays its third and fourth road games of the season.

    STANFORD (8-3-1, 2-2-1)
    The Cardinal extended its streak of holding opponents to two goals or less to 30 matches. Stanford remains unbeaten at The Farm this season, going 3-0-1. It ranks second in the Pac-10 in shutout percentage (0.42). SR GK John Moore leads the Conference in shut outs (5). Stanford playsSan Diego State and UCLA this week in Palo Alto with the Cardinal looking to avenge its loss to the Bruins on Friday.

    UCLA (8-1-2, 3-0-2)
    SR GK Brian Perk won his fourth-career Player of the Week honor, tying him with former Bruin Tim Pierce for most selection by a player in Pac-10 history. SR MF Kyle Nakazawa leads the Pac-10 in points per game (1.91) and ranks second in goals per game (0.73). His marks rank ninth and 13th in the NCAA, respectively. Bruins remain  the only unbeaten team in Conference play and look to extend its 11-match unbeaten streak this weekend against California and Stanford. UCLA now ranks 14th nationally in scoring offense, scoring 2.0 goals per game. In addition, it leads the Conference in shutout percentage with 0.45.  

    WASHINGTON (4-5-4, 1-1-3)
    RS-SR GK Rylan Hawkins  is one of 10 seniors up for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award. He ties for the lead in the Pac-10 with 50 saves, ranks second in shut outs (4) and third in saves per game (3.85). The Huskies are off this week and will be in action again on October 30 where they will host the Golden Bears. 

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