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Blazers pack in fans for exhibition game
August 24th, 2009 8:30AM

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MEN'S NEWS ... UAB set a school record with a crowd of 3,481 fans at West Campus Field for its 3-0 win over Clemson in an exhibition Saturday night. "The crowd was amazing," said UAB senior Two-Boys Gumede, who opened the Blazer scoring from the penalty spot.

Other exhibition highlights:
-- Wake Forest 2 Liberty 0 (goal and assist for freshman Andy Lubahn before 2,341 fans)
-- North Carolina 2 Georgetown 1, North Carolina 1 VCU 0 (goals by Billy Dworsky, Enzo Martinez and Stephen McCarthy)
-- George Mason 1 Virginia 0 (Parker Walton's goal in stoppage time decided game)
-- Akron 3 South Florida 1 (Zips won on goals by Darlington Nagbe, Blair Gavin and Michael Nanchoff)
-- Ohio State 5 Cincinnati 1 (Buckeye goalscorers included Konrad Warzycha, son of Columbus Crew coach Robert Warzycha)
-- New Mexico 3 Tulsa 2 (the visiting Lobos got two goals from Stephen Brown)
-- UCLA 2 Cal State Bakersfield 0 (Bruins started seven seniors, including U-20s Brian Perk and Michael Stephens)



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