California Rebounds Over Fresno State, 2-0

Oct. 19, 2003

Fresno, Calif. - California used a goal in each half today to beat Fresno State, 2-0. The Bears (6-6-2, 2-2-1 Pac-10) rebounded after Friday's loss to UCLA to bring their record back to .500 overall and in Pac-10 play.

The Bears got to Bulldog goalkeeper, Eric Kronberg, in the 23rd minute, when junior Yohei Fukuda notched his first goal on the season. He took a cross from junior Mike Munoz and chipped it into the net. Fukuda was an offensive force throughout the game, managing three shots, two of which were on goal

Cal added to its lead in the 71st minute. This time it was Munoz on the finishing end from Cal's leading scorer, Carl Acosta. Acosta has eight goals on the season, but this was his first assist. For Munoz, it was his third goal on the season. He is Cal's second leading points producer with 10.

Munoz paced the Bears with four shots on the afternoon. Overall, the Bears outshot the Bulldogs 15-9 and Mike Oseguera kept a clean sheet for the third time this season. Oseguera had two saves on the afternoon to Kronberg's five.

Men's Soccer Results from Fresno, Calif.

1st 2nd TotalCalifornia 1 1 2Fresno State 0 0 0

Scoring SummaryCal Fukuda (Munoz) 22:39Cal Munoz (Acosta) 70:02

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