Non-Conference Play Continues

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• Washington SR F Brent Richards earned his first Player of the Week honor after being name the Offensive Most Valuable Player at the Nike Portland Invitational. Richards scored the game winner in a 1-0 overtime win against Loyola-Chicago. He has three goals through the first two weeks of the season. The Huskies won the tournament with a 1-0-1 record and entered the NSCAA rankings at No. 23 this week.

• California SO GK Robby Gogatz made eight saves in the Golden Bears' 0-0 double overtime tie with Northwestern. Gogatz has played every minute in goal this season. David Bingham, Cal's only keeper in 2010, headed to the San Jose Earthquakes after his junior year.

• RS SR GK Steve Spangler had seven saves in Oregon State's 0-0 draw on the road at Wake Forest. Spangler has 190 in his career and needs only seven more to move up to third on the Beavers' all-time list.

• OSU FR F Khiry Shelton scored his first collegiate goal in the loss at North Carolina, now the nation's top-ranked team. The Beavers carried a 1-0 lead into halftime.

• San Diego State FR D Tyler Smith headed in both Aztec goals in the 2-2 draw against Long Island. Smith played all 110 minutes and finished with four shots.

• After a tough East Coast trip, Stanford returns home to play five-straight games at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. RS SO GK Jason Dodson made five games in the overtime loss at Georgetown, keeping the Cardinal in the game until the Hoyas struck in the 105th minute.

• UCLA JR F Chandler Hoffman shined in a tough weekend for the Bruins, scoring two game-tying goals. With UCLA down to 10 men at UC Davis, Hoffman scored in the 86th minute to send the game to overtime. He has now scored at least one goal in seven of the last nine matches dating back to the 2010 season.

• Cal, Stanford and UCLA make their 2011 home debuts after spending the first two weeks on the road.

• Richards and UCLA SR MF/D Andy Rose are candidates for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award, given to student-athletes who excel both on an off the field. The 30-candidate class will be narrowed to 10 finalists midway through the season. Fans and media will be able to vote at


Fri., Sept. 9
Lehigh at CALIFORNIA 4 p.m. PT
Cal Legacy Classic, Berkeley, Calif.
OREGON STATE at UC Davis 2:30 p.m. PT
Manhattan at SAN DIEGO STATE 4 p.m. PT
The Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Central Tournament, San Diego, Calif.
No. 15 Kentucky at STANFORD 3 p.m. PT
Cal Legacy Classic, Stanford, Calif.
Saint Mary's at UCLA 4:30 p.m. PT

Sun., Sept. 11
No. 15 Kentucky at CALIFORNIA 2 p.m. PT
Cal Legacy Classic, Berkeley, Calif.
OREGON STATE at Sacramento State 1 p.m. PT
Penn at SAN DIEGO STATE 12 p.m. PT
The Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Central Tournament, San Diego, Calif.
Lehigh at STANFORD 3:30 p.m. PT
Cal Legacy Classic, Stanford, Calif.
Loyola Marymount at UCLA 4:30 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON at Seattle 1 p.m. PT

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