This week in Pac-12 men's soccer
By the Pac-12 Conference
• FRESHMAN STAR: UCLA's freshman goalkeeper Juan Cervantes earned his first-career Pac-12 Player of the Week honor after allowing just two goals in his first two career starts. Cervantes helped preserve a tie with a game-saving stop in the third minute of overtime against No. 6 Maryland. He went on to record his first-career shutout against Virginia two days later.
• CATCH IT ON TV: The Pac-12 Networks will be airing three Pac-12 men's soccer games this weekend. On Sept. 7 catch Central Florida at California at 4:30 p.m. PT or watch UCLA host Tulsa at 4:30 p.m. PT. UCLA is back in action on Sept. 9th as it hosts UC Irvine on Pac-12 Networks at 2 p.m. PT. Check your local listings or watch the games live on the Pac-12 Now app.
• Oregon State's Khiry Shelton had a standout weekend when he tallied five points off of two goals and one assist on the weekend. Shelton's goal against Manhattan sealed the victory for the Beavers.
• Junior goalkeeper Blake Hylen recorded 18 saves for San Diego State in its opening gameof the season against two nationally-ranked opponents at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic. Hylen played 200 minutes over the weekend and recorded a career-high 11 saves against No. 10 Inidiana.
• Senior captain Dylan Tucker-Gangnes helped lead Washington as he scored two goal off of two shots over the weekend. He helped anchor the back line in the shutout over Cal State Bakersfield.
• Stanford had a tough weekend falling in both games at the College of Charleston Tournament. Despite trouble scoring on the weekend finding the back of the net only once the Cardinal had 26 shots in two games during the tournament outshooting their opponent.
• GOOSE EGG: Pac-12 teams have been able to hold their opponents to zero goals in seven games this season. Opponents have scored more than two goals in three games. Pac-12 teams are outscoring their opponents 31-26
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