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MORNING BRIEFING: IU's Noschang sets NCAA record
by Paul Kennedy, October 30th, 2008 8AM

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Indiana senior Kevin Noschang set an new NCAA record when he scored just six seconds into the match with Kentucky, but the Wildcats came back to earn a 1-1 tie in Bloomington. In other action on Wednesday, No. 2 Akron's 10-game winning streak came to an end when it was held to a 1-1 tie at Penn State.

WEDNESDAY'S TOP 25 ACTION
2. Akron (13-1-3) 1 at Penn State 1 (OT)
10. Tulsa (12-3-1) 2 at FIU 0
13. UC Santa Barbara (10-4-2) 3 at Cal State Northridge 1
14. Indiana (9-4-3) 1 Kentucky 1 (OT)
20. Louisville (10-5-2) 2 DePaul 0
24. Georgetown (9-4-3) 1 at Notre Dame 2
25. UC Irvine (9-1-6) 2 Cal State Fullerton 1

INDIANA 1 KENTUCKY 1 (OT)
Indiana senior Kevin Noschang set an new NCAA record when he scored just six seconds into the match with Kentucky, but the Wildcats came back to earn a 1-1 tie in Bloomington.

Off the kickoff, Andy Adlard played the ball up to Noschang, and a mistake by the UK defender allowed him to shoot around goalkeeper Dan Williams for the score.

"For the last two matches we have made the decision to start off the bat on the attack," Noschang said. "Andy hit the ball into the corner and I was able to one-time it in."

UK tie things up in the 22nd minute when Chad Hagerty dished off to Marco Dos Santos, who shot past a helpless Chay Cain in goal for the score.

PENN STATE 1 AKRON 1 (OT)
The Zips' 10-game winning streak came to an end in University Park. Freshman Teal Bunbury put UA ahead in the 50th minute with his sixth
 
FIU 0 TULSA 2
Eric DeFreitas and Jose Parada scored for Tulsa, which registered its 10th straight victory and improve to 7-0-0 in Conference USA.

CAL STATE FULLERTON 1 UC SANTA BARBARA 3
The Gauchos moved into first place in the Big West behind three goals within a 20-minute span of the second half -- including two within a 10-second span by Chris Pontius (13th of the season) and Bongomin Otii (first goal in more than two years) to take the lead. Following a red card to CSUN defender Bo Miller, UCSB's Jon Curry bent a free kick past a wall of defenders on the right-hand side of the box and into the net for the final goal.

LOUISVILLE 2 DE PAUL 0
Louisville converted a corner kick in the ninth minute when Aaron Clapham found the head of Ryan McDonald. The Cardinals added an insurance goal less than 10 minutes into the second half when Bryan Kanu's serve in front of the frame found Clapham.
 
NOTRE DAME 2 GEORGETOWN 1
The Irish got a career-high two goals from sophomore Jeb Brovsky to clinch at least a share of the Big East Blue Division title. Brovsky's first goal was the first Hoya goalkeeper Matthew Brutto had surrendered in over 763 minutes of play this season.

UC IRVINE 2 CAL STATE FULLERTON 1
The 'Eaters scored early when Irving Garcia's cross was kicked into the net by a Fullerton defender and Spencer Thompson scored from just outside the box. The Titans were awarded a penalty kick that was converted by Michael Denny in the 37th minute.

FURMAN'S VORBE GETS CALLUP. Furman freshman Fabien Vorbe will join Haiti's under-20 men's national team this week to compete in the second round of the Caribbean Football Union's U-20 Championship in the Dominican Republic. Vorbe, who led the Haiti U-17 squad to the 2007 U-17 World Cup, has tallied four goals and one assist in 16 matches this season for the Paladins. Vorbe will return to the squad for the Southern Conference Tournament quarterfinal.



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