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What Happened At A Glance – College Soccer Coast To Coast – Friday October 9, 2015

UNLV 1 – San Jose State 0 – Sophomore forward Danny Musovski scored the lone goal of the contest from twelve yards out after receiving a through ball from Oscar Velazquez to give UNLV a solid on the road win in WAC play. Richard Garness had eight saves in goal for the Rebels who improve to 8-3-0 overall with a 2-1-0 mark in conference play. 

Akron 2 – Buffalo 1 – Russel Cicerone converted a penalty kick in the third minute of the match to give Buffalo a 1-0 advantage. Akron's Brad Ruhaak scored out of a corner served in by Sam Gainford right before halftime to knot the score at 1-1. Victor Souto converted a penalty kick in the 84th minute of play to give Akron the edge they needed to secure the victory. Akron improves to 9-2-1 with a 1-0-0 mark in MAC play.

Clemson 4 – Louisville 2 – Junior Inman Mati converted a penalty kick in the 32nd minute to give the Tigers a 1-0 lead. Louisville's Tim Kubel deftly placed a shot into the top left corner of the goal from just outside the 18-yard box to tie it at 1-1. Kyle Murphy's header in the 47th minute gave Clemson a 2-1 lead. Patrick Bunk-Anderson scored in the 77th minute from close range to extend Clemson's lead to 3-1. Junior Thales Moreno netted the fourth Tiger goal of the evening with an assist from Bunk-Anderson. Daniel Johnson scored for Louisville in the 83rd minute to close the gap to 4-2 and conclude the scoring for the evening. The Tigers improve to 10-1-2 overall with a 3-1-1 mark in ACC play. Louisville drops to 4-5-3 overall with a 0-2-3 mark in the ACC. 

Maryland 4 – Penn State 3 –  Maryland showed a ton of mettle when they came from two goals down on the road to secure a good win in Big Ten play. Penn State jumped out to a two goal advantage with Drew Kingenberg scoring from within the box and Connor Maloney contributing the second goal off an assist from Austin Malone. Tsubasa Endoh got things going for the Terps when he scored in the 33rd minute off an assist from Sebastian Elney to close the gap to 2-1 and give Maryland new life. George Campbell scored out of a corner kick in the closing seconds of the first half to tie it at 2-2 and give the Terps a huge momentum builder. Campbell scored again in the 56th and 59th minutes to power the Terp attack in the win.  Connor Maloney netted his second goal of the evening for Penn State to close the gapt to 4-3 and conclude the scoring for the evening. Maryland is now 6-3-3 with a 2-1-2 record in conference play. Penn State drops to 5-4-2 with a 2-2-1 mark in Big Ten play.

California 2 – Oregon State 2 –  Jamie Velasco scored from twenty yards out after receiving a pass from Don Tchilao in the 22nd minute to give Oregon State the early lead. Freshmen forwards Spencer Held and Samuel Ebstein responded with goals for the Golden Bears in the 35th and 43rd minutes of the match to give California a 2-1 lead heading into intermission. Sophomore forward Jordan Jones scored in the 61st minute to knot the score at 2-2. Oregon State is 7-3-1 overall with a 2-0-1 mark in Pac-12 play. California is 5-3-1 overall with a 0-1-1 mark in conference play.

West Virginia 1 – Western Michigan 1 – Senior Jamie Merriam's goal from inside the box in the 84th minute of play off a double assist from teammates Joey Piatczyc and Tucker Stephenson proved to be the differnece in this MAC contest. Freshman Alec Boerner had four saves in goal to record the shutout for the Mountaineers who are now 5-6-1 with a 1-0-0 record in conference play. Western Michigan is 6-2-0 with a 0-1-0 mark in league play. 

South Carolina 2 – FAU 1 – Senior midfielder Danny Deakin converted a header that was set up by a nice cross from senior midfielder Jeffrey Torda and converted a penalty kick to lead the Gamecock attack in this CUSA matchup. Midfielder Ramon Whittaker scored for FAU in the 79th minute of play. South Carolina improves to 7-3-0 with a 4-0-0 mark in conference action while FAU drops to 0-9-1 with an 0-4-0 mark in CUSA play. 

LIU Brooklyn 3 – Fairleigh Dickinson 2 – The Blackbirds jumped out to a 3-0 advantage behind goals from sophomore Naeem Charles and seniors Nahuel Medina and Raffi Gregoria in this NEC contest. FDU responded with goals from Brett Conrads and Christian Dietrich to close the gap to 3-2. Junior Logan Keys had three saves in goal to secure the shutout for the Blackbirds. LIU Brooklyn is 4-5-2 with a 1-0-0 mark in NEC play. FDU is 2-7-1 with an 0-1-0 mark in NEC play to date.

N.C. State 0 – Wake Forest 0 (o.t.) – Both teams recorded twelve shots but neither was able to find the back of the net in this ACC contest that took place at Dial Stadium in Raleigh. Redshirt junior Alec Ferrel had seven saves in goal for the Demon Decons. Alex McCauley had six saves in goal for the Wolfpack. Wake Forest is now 9-2-1 with a 3-0-2 mark in ACC play. N.C. State is 6-2-3 overall with a 1-1-3 mark in conference play. 

Washington 0 – Stanford 0 (o.t.) – The Cardinal had a 28 to 11 advantage in shots, a 9 to 1 advantage in corners, and the advantage of playing at home but when it was all said and done defense ruled in this one as neither team was able to put the rock in the back of the frame in this Pac-12 contest that had national implications. Junior Andrew Epstein had four saves in goal for Stanford. Ryan Herman had eleven saves between the pipes for the Huskies. Stanford is 8-1-1 overall with a 1-0-1 mark in conference play. Washington is 5-2-4 overall with a 1-1-1 mark in Pac-12 action. 

Boston College 2 – Virginia 1 – The Eagles pick up a gutsy signature win in ACC play at home over the Cavaliers. Freshman Simon Enstrom placed a rebound in the back of the frame in the 34th minute of the game and netted the game-winning goal in the 59th minute after being set up by a nice pass from teammate Zeiko Lewis.  Virginia continued to push and responded with a goal of their own from freshman midfielder Jean-Christopher Koffi from within the box in the 86th minute of play. Boston College improves to 8-3-1 overall with a 3-2-0 mark in ACC play. Virginia is now 7-2-2 overall with a 2-2-1 record in league play. 

Houston Baptist 3 – Seattle 1 – Three goals were scored in the 12th minute of this game with all coming within twenty-six seconds of each other to produce what will no doubt be one of the most productive and unusual minutes of the 2015 college soccer season. Darrel Johnson opened the goal- a- thon for HBU in the 12th minute followed by a goal by Seattle's Michael Roberts to knot the score at 1-1, followed by another HBU goal from Michael Marcelo Acuna to give Hosuton Baptist a 2-1 advantage. Dominick Faletto added the final score for HBU in the 90th minute of play. Hosuton Baptist pulls off the upset to improve to 5-6-0 with a 1-2-0 mark in WAC play. Seattle sustains the loss to drop to 9-3-0 with a 2-1-0 mark in WAC play. 

CSU Bakersfield 2 – Grand Canyon 1 – Hugo Vinales scored from ten yards out in the 39th minute of play to give CSUB a 1-0 advantage. Damian German scored for Grand Canyon just three minutes into the second stanza to knot the score at 1-1. Mario Iniguez converted a header in the 52nd minute to give the Roadrunners the edge they needed to secure the win in this WAC contest. CSUB improves to 4-3-1 overall with a 1-1-0 mark in conference play. Grand Canyon drops to 6-4-1 with a 2-1-0 mark in WAC action.

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