Three Second Half Goals Propel Men's Soccer To 4-0 Blowout Win Over Loyola of Maryland

Sept. 1, 2001

FULLERTON, Calif. - California (1-0) had four different players notch goals on the evening -- three of those in the second half -- to propel the Golden Bears to a 4-0 rout of Loyola of Maryland (0-1) in the opening match of the season-opening 2001 FILA Classic on Friday evening at Titan Stadium.

Bears' sophomore Mike Hickman opened the scoring with his first career goal in the 24th minute on an unassisted 18-yard shot to make the score 1-0.

Neither team scored in the first half, but California opened the floodgates in the second, tallying three scores to break the game open.

Sophomore Robbie Aylesworth made it 2-0, heading home a cross from teammate Calen Carr in the 61st minute. Freshman Angel Quintero also scored the first goal of his collegiate career, in the 67th minute, collecting a pass from teammate Noah Merl and poking it past the keeper for a, 3-0, advantage.

Carr added a goal in the 75th minute to complete the scoring for the Bears. Austin Ripmaster, Chris Roner and Mike Munoz tied the game high for shots on goal with three. Cal takes on Clemson Sunday, Sept. 2 at 4:30 p.m. in the FILA Classic.

Men's Soccer Result at Titan StadiumFullerton

California 1 3 - 4Loyola - Maryland 0 0 - 0

Goals - California: Hickman, 18:24, California: Aylesworth (Hickman), 60:52 California: Quintero (Merl), 66:04 California: Carr (Thorpe, Ripmaster), 73:23 Loyola: NONE

Shots:Cal: 15, Loyola: 6Saves:Cal: (Saunders, 3), Loyola: (Beally, 2)CK:Cal: 1, Loyola: 4Fouls:Cal: 10, Loyola: 15Offsides:Cal: 1, Loyola: 2Yellow Cards:Cal: NONE, Loyola: Nelson, LepperAttendance: 350

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