Pac-10 Men's Soccer Round-Up: Sept. 27, 2009

Sept. 28, 2009

Second Half Surge Gives UCLA 3-0 Win Over UNLV
Los Angeles, Calif. - After a scoreless first half, No. 10/3 UCLA broke through with three second-half goals to take a 3-0 victory over UNLV on Sunday at Drake Stadium. The Bruins received a pair of goals from senior Kyle Nakazawa and a goal by freshman Chandler Hoffman to improve to 5-1 on the season. [Read More]

Wiedeman, Cosgriff, Omphroy Power No. 4/5 Cal to 3-0 Win over Air Force in Stanford Nike Classic
BERKELEY - Forward Andrew Wiedeman scored two goals and fellow frontrunner Jeff Cosgriff collected two assists in fourth-ranked California's 3-0 victory over Air Force in the Stanford Nike Classic on Sunday at Edwards Stadium. Junior midfielder Demitrius Omphroy also tallied a goal and an assist for the Golden Bears, who improved their record to 6-2-0 after the non-conference win. The Falcons evened their record to 3-3-1. [Read More]

Men's Soccer Wins Stanford/Nike Classic To Extend Win Streak To Six
Stanford, Calif. -
Stanford pushed their winning streak to six with a 2-0 win over New Mexico on a hot day at Laird Q. Cagan stadium, Sunday afternoon. With the win, the Cardinal captured the Stanford/Nike Classic without having to wait for the result of the game between California and Air Force later in the day. [Read More]

Golden Goal Gives Men's Soccer Overtime Win Against Marist
Corvallis, Ore. - Oregon State sophomore Danny Mwanga's goal in the second minute of overtime gives the Beavers a 1-0 victory over Marist College Sunday afternoon at Paul Lorenz Field. [Read More]

Huskies Breakout For 3-1 Victory Over Cal Poly
SEATTLE - The Washington men's soccer team broke out for three goals for the first time this season en route to a 3-1 victory over Cal Poly Sunday in the Husky Fever Classic at Husky Soccer Field. [Read More]

SDSU Men's Soccer Shuts Out Princeton, 1-0, to Win Nike Aztec Classic
The San Diego State men's soccer team captured its second straight tournament by shutting out Princeton, 1-0, Sunday afternoon at SDSU Sports Deck. SDSU (3-2-2) is now unbeaten over its last five contests (3-0-2). [Read More]


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