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What Happened Coast To Coast At A Glance Friday Night And Key Up-Coming Contests This Weekend – College Soccer

Charlotte 1 – UAB 0 – Senior forward Monbo Bokar deftly placed a shot into the lower right corner of the goal to give the 49ers the edge they needed to top UAB to improve to 11-2-1 overall with a 4-1-1 mark in CUSA play.  Austin Pack had six saves in goal in route to recording the shutout for Charlotte.  UAB drops to 8-5-1 with a 3-2-0 mark in conference play. 

Stony Brook 3 – Albany 2 – Alejandro Fritz, Keith McKenna, and Martin Giordano provided the goals for SBU in this American East contest. 

UNLV 3 – Incarnate Word 2 – Junior Kevin Partida netted the game winning goal to give UNLV the victory and sole possession of first place in the WAC.  The Rebels are 11-3-1 overall with a 5-1-0 mark in conference play. 

Utah Valley 2 – Air Force 1 – Karson Payton scored the game winning goal for Utah Valley in the 86th minute of play in this very physical WAC contest.  Utah Valley improves to 6-5-1 with a 2-2-1 mark in conference play. Matt Gay also scored for Utah Valley out of a free kick from 25 yards out.  Scott McGillivray netted the lone Air Force goal.  

Duke 2 – Pittsburgh 1 – Freshman Markus Fjortoft and senior Jake Butwin scored in the first ten minutes of play as Duke secured a win in ACC play over a game Pitt team to improve to 6-8-1 with a 3-4-0 mark in conference play.  

Clemson 0 – Louisville 0 – This one was all defense. The Tigers and Cardinals remain tied for second place in the Atlantic Division of the ACC after this scoreless battle. Louisville had a 17 to 7 advantage in shots.  

Furman 3 – ETSU 0 – Sophomore Evan DeYeaza scored twice to propel the Paladins to their third straight win in this Southern Conference match-up.  Furman improves to 8-4-3 with a 4-3-1 mark in conference play. 

George Washington 1 – St. Bonaventure 0 – Freshman Christian Lawal's goal was the difference maker in this A-10 contest.

North Carolina 2 – Boston College 0 – Verneri Valimaa came off the bench to score twice to lead the Tar Heels on the offensive side of the ball. Brendan Moore recorded his fifth consecutive shutout in goal as UNC improves to 11-4-0 with a 5-2-0 record in ACC play.

Stetson 1 – Jacksonville 0 – Eli Beates sent a shot into the upper left corner of the goal in the second half of play to give the Hatters the edge they needed to secure a solid win in Atlantic Sun Conference play. Stetson improves to 7-5-2 with a 4-1-0 mark in conference play.  The Hatters now stand at the top of the Atlantic Sun Conference standings. Sophomore Paul Ladwig recorded the shutout in goal.  

St. Francis Brooklyn 1 – Central Connecticut 0 – This one was decided in overtime with Salvatore Barone contributing the game winning goal for the Terriers. Josef Abele had nine saves in goal for Centeral Connecticut.  St. Francis Brooklyn had a 20-6 advantage in shots. 

FGCU 2 – North Florida 2 – Isaiah Madrid scored first for FGCU in the 3rd minute of play.  The rest of the scoring took place in a three minute span in the second stanza. Helge Pietschmann knotted it at 1-1 for North Florida in the 72nd minute of play.  Nicolas Samayoa gave FGCU the 2-1 lead in the 77th minute of play.  Diogo Quirino tied it again in the 78th minute when he converted a header out of a corner kick.  

Stanford 3 – San Francisco 0 – Brandon Vincent converted a penalty kick and Jimmy Callinan and Jordan Morris added goals to give the Cardinal a convincing win over the Dons in this non-conference match up. Stanford improves to 9-2-2 overall. Eleven different players have found the back of the net to date for Stanford. Andrew Epstein had five saves in goal to notch the shutout. Chase Hauser had two saves in goal for USF.

Wake Forest 2 – Virginia 1 – Philip Parker sent a left footed shot into the lower right corner off an assist from Michael Gamble to give Wake Forest a 1-0 lead in the 8th minute of play.  The Cavaliers continued to battle and in the 81st minute Patrick Foss drove a shot into the bottom right corner of the frame to knot the score at 1-1.  Jon Bakero responded with a Demon Deacon goal in the 83rd minute to cement the win and the upset. Virginia played a man down due to a red card for the final 61 minutes of play.  Wake Forest improves to 9-6-0 with a 4-3-0 mark in ACC play.  Virginia drops to 9-5-1 with a 3-3-1 mark in league play.   

Rhode Island 4 – Massachusetts 1 – Mike Casey started the scoring for Rhode Island in the 10th minute of play out of a free kick put in play by Ryan Oakley. Dante Lamb contributed two more goals and Justin Clancy one.  The Rams are unbeaten in their last ten contests to improve to 9-3-3 overall with a 5-0-0 mark in A-10 action.

Key Upcoming Matches This Weekend 

Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara – Saturday 

Georgetown at Creighton – Saturday 

San Diego State at Washington – Sunday 

CSUN at UC Irvine – Saturday 

Syracuse at N.C. State – Saturday

Virginia Tech at Notre Dame – Saturday

UCLA at Oregon State – Sunday

Indiana at Michigan State – Sunday

Northwestern at Michigan State – Sunday

Wisconsin at Penn State – Sunday

ODU at New Mexico – Saturday 

Xavier at Marquette – Saturday 

Saint Louis at Dayton – Saturday 

Santa Clara at Maryland – Saturday

Memphis at South Florida – Saturday

Kentucky at South Carolina – Saturday

Providence at Seton Hall – Saturday

Davidson at George Mason – Saturday

Hofstra at UNCW – Saturday

Western Michigan at. Akron

UNLV at Houston Baptist – Sunday

High Point at Winthrop – Saturday 

Harvard at Princeton – Saturday 








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