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What Happened At A Glance – Friday September 6, 2013


Creighton 3 – Columbia 1 –  A crowd of 5,102 was present at Morrison Stadium as part of Socctoberfest.  Senior Sean Kim scored in the first half for Creighton.  David Najem found the back of the net for Columbia in the 55th minute to tie it at 1-1.  Sophomore Timo Pitter and freshman Ricardo Perez scored to make it 3-1 Creighton. The Bluejays improve to 3-0-0. 

UAB 2 – Indiana 1 – Indiana took a 1-0 lead on a goal from A.J. Corrado in the 52nd minute.  UAB was awarded a penalty kick with less than a minute remaining in regulation. Diego Navarette converted the penalty kick for the Blazers. UAB got the win when Rami Dajani sloted a header into the back of the net with seventeen seconds remaining in the first overtime period.  

Georgetown 3 – West Virginia 0 – Sophomore forward Brandon Allen scored twice and contributed an assist for the Hoyas.  Freshman Bakie Goodman netted the third Georgetown goal.  The Hoyas improve to 2-1 and will host New Mexico on Sunday.  

Connecticut 1 – Boston University 0 – A crowd of over 4,000 was on hand at Morrone Stadium as junior Edir DaGraca netted the lone goal of the night in the 40th minute off an assist from Mamadou Diouf to give the Huskies the edge they needed to secure the win and improve to 2-0-0. Connecticut had a 19 to 8 advantage in shots.  Andre Blake had one save in goal in route to recording the shutout for UConn. 

Maryland 3 – Duke 1 – CSN's Chris Teale was among a record crowd of over 8,000 at Ludwig Field as the Terps came from behind to top the Blue Devils on goals from Tsubasa Endoh, Helge Leikvang, and Patrick Mullins.  Seth Davis netted the lone Duke goal out of a set piece in the 25th minute of the match. 

St. John's 2 – Akron 1 – This one required double overtime to determine a winner.  Eric Stevenson got the Zips on the board in the 71st minute when he fired a bullet into the back left corner of the frame from twenty yards out.  The Johnnies tied it at 1-1 three minutes later compliments of a Josh Godec goal at point blank range after receiving a cross from Jelani Williams.  Jimmy Mulligan converted a penalty kick in the 106th minute of play that enabled St. John's to secure the win.  

Saint Louis 4 – Cincinnati 0 – Defender Julian Gieseke opened the scoring in the 18th minute of play when he converted a header out of a corner kick served in by David Graydon.  Graydon made it 2-0 when he scored out of a free kick.  Adnan Gabeljic and Francisco Vizcaino netted the other two goals for the Billikens who improve to 2-0-0. Cincinnati drops to 0-3-0.  

Gonzaga 2 – UC Santa Barbara 0 – The Gaucho attack struggled in this one.  Gonzaga's Clark Phillips scored out of a throw in in the 29th minute with an assist from forward Conner Bevans.  Ben Striar netted the insurance goal from sixteen yards out for Gonzaga in the 82nd minute of play.  Gonzaga improves to 1-1-0 while UCSB drops to 2-1-0.  

Charlotte 2 – Coastal Carolina 1 – Giuseppe Gentile converted a header after receiving a cross frm Brandt Bronico in the 53rd minute.  Pedro Ribeiro knotted the socre at 1-1 out of a corner kick in the 68th minute.  It was Ribeiro's 21st career goal.  Aidan Kirkbride netted the game winning goal for the 49ers on an impressive sliding shot that came out of a counter attack in the 73rd minute from twelve yards out.  It was a solid on the road win for a Charlotte side that was upset at home on Tuesday 1-0 by UNC Greensboro.  

New Mexico 1 – VCU 1 – James Roberts scored for the Lobos in the 44th minute of play with an assist from teammate James Wypych who made a nice move down the left side of the pitch before sending a pass into Roberts.  VCU netted the equalizer in the 56th minute with Devon Fisher finding the back of the net after receiving a pass from Isaac Iwusu.  Both teams were scoreless in two overtime periods.  

Tulsa 4 – Ohio State 1 – Tulsa head coach Tom McIntosh recored his 200th career win behind goals from Cristian Mata, Bryce Follensbee, Tony Rocha, and Akeil Barrett. Christian Soldat netted the lone Ohio State goal in the 53rd minute of play.  The Golden Hurricane have a big one on Sunday when they host a very talented SIUE team.  

Washington 4 – Portland 1 – A very productive offensvie showing for a Washington side that continues to be very dangerous out of restarts. Mason Robertson netted a header for the Huskies out of a free kick from ten yards out in the 9th minute.  Justin Schmidt converted a header at close range out of a throw in to make it 2-0 in the 45th minute.  Taylor Peay added the thrid goal in the 50th minute of play from five yards out.  Ian Lange added the final Washington goal in the 65th minute out of a corner kick served in by James Moberg.  Eddie Sanchez scored he lone goal for the Pilots in the 53rd minute.  Opportunity knocks for the Huskies who travel east to face Connecticut next Tuesday.  

Clemson 2 – Virginia 0 – The Cavaliers found the going rough at Historic Riggs Field in their 2013 ACC opener.  Brown transfer Thomas McNamara scored out of a free kick for the Tigers in the 27th minute.  Ara Amirkhanian one-timed a shot into the back of the net to score the insurance goal for Clemson in the 39th minute after receiving a through ball from teammate Manolo Sanchez.   Virginia drops to 1-2-0 while Clemson improves to 3-0-0.

Virginia Tech 2 – Syracuse 1 – The Orange come out on the short end in their first match in ACC play.  Nick Perea converted a penalty kick in the 17th minute to give Syracuse the early lead but Virginia Tech came back on a goal by Robert Alberti in the 86th minute to knot the score at 1-1 and send the contest into overtime.  Kai Marshall sent a blast into the back of the net to score the game winner for the Hokies in overtime off an assist from teammate Brandon Eaton.  Goalkeeper Kyle Renfroe had three saves in goal for Virginia Tech.  Alex Bono had seven saves in goal for Syracuse.  The Orange drops to 2-1-0 while Virginia Tech improves to 2-1-0.  

Michigan State 1 – Oregon State 0 – Defender Ryan Thelen tallied the lone goal of the game for the Spartans slotting a ball just inside the back post in the 59h minute of the match out of a corner kick.  Zach Bennett had three saves in goal to record the shutout for Michigan State.

Marquette 3 – Bowling Green 0 – The Golden Eagles got into the win column for the first time this year with this result.  All three goals came in the second stanza of play. Adam Lysak, Louis Bennett II, and C. Notley netted the scores for Marquette.  Charlie Lyon had five saves in goal for the Golden Eagles who are now 1-1-1.  

Brown 1 – Bryant 0 – Senior forward Voltaire Escalona placed a shot into the top left corner of the frame in the 67th minute after chesting and controling a centering pass from teammate Jose Salama to give Brown the edge they needed to win their season opener in the Ocean State Classic at Stevenson Field.  

Michigan 1 – South Florida 1 – A crowd of 1,846 was present in Ann Arbor at U-M soccer stadium.  South Florida drew first blood when Stiven Salinas converted a picture perfect backheel from six yards out after receiving a cross from teammate Wesley Charpie.  Junior midfielder TJ Van Slooten scored for Michigan in the 62nd minute of play to tie it at 1-1.  Both Michigan and South Florida are now 1-0-2.  

FDU 3 – Princeton 0 – The crowd at University Stadium in Teaneck enjoyed this one.  Junior forward Nico Wright sloted a shot into the lower-left corner out of a corner kick in the 26th minute of play to make it FDU 1-0.  Dantse Dantse converted a header to make it 2-0 FDU.  Junior Martin Lukaschit tallied the final score of the evening finding the lower left corner of the goal from the right side of the box in the 86th minute of play.The Knights are 3-0-0 for the first time since the 2005 season.  

Monmouth 1 – Seton Hall 1 – Neither team scored during the first half of play.  Seton Hall got on the scoreboard in the 72nd minute when Mateusz Brela scored out of a corner kick played in by Victor Manosalvas.  Junior back Emmanuel Senyah Agyemang netted the equalizer for the Hawks with less than a minute remaining in regulation. Seton Hall had a 12-9 advantage in shots for the evening. 

DePaul 3 – UIC 1 –  DePaul secured a solid on the road win.  Jalen Harvey scored out of a corner kick a little less than three minutes into the game.  Kyle Lindberg scored for UIC to knot the score at 1-1 in the 20th minute of play.  The score remained tied at intermission.  Joe Brinckwirth and Pat Flynn scored for DePaul in the second half.   

Presbyterian 2 – UNC Wilmington 1 – Josh Carter scored twice to lead Presbyterian to an impressive come from behind on the road win over the Seahawks.  David Sizemore scored the lone goal of the evening for UNC Wilmington in the fourth minute of play.   

N.C. State 1 – Pitt 0 – The Wolfpack got the game winning goal in the fourth minute of overtime when Nick Surkamp placed a header into the net off a double assist from Gbenga Makinde and Clement Simonin.  Gbenga served in the corner to the far post which Simonin redirected with a header to Surkamp who completed the play.  NC State outshot Pitt 19 to 6 for the evening.  Fabian Otte had two saves in goal for the Pack to record his tenth career clean sheet.  


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