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Nakazawa gets another goal and assist for UCLA
by Paul Kennedy, October 11th, 2009 11:30PM

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MEN'S NEWS ... No. 2 UCLA got another goal and assist from Kyle Nakazawa, giving him eight goals and four assists in the last seven games, but the Bruins were held to a 2-2 draw at San Diego State on Sunday.

Nick Cardenas put SDSU 2-1 ahead with a header in the 81st minute but he was red carded a minute later, forcing the Aztecs to play the rest of regulation and overtime with 10 players.

On the ensuing free kick after Cardenas' red card, Nakazawa set a ball into the penalty area, where Sean Alvarado headed it to David Estrada, who headed in a wide-open shot for the game-tying goal.

* NAKAZAWA STREAK:
Sept. 10, UC Davis (4-0), goal
Sept. 17, Cal State Fullerton (2-1), assist
Sept. 25, San Diego (2-1), goal on penalty kick and assist
Sept. 27, UNLV (3-0) two goals
Oct. 2, Oregon State (3-1) two goals, one on free kick, and assist
Oct. 4, Washington (1-1) goal on free kick
Oct. 11, San Diego State (2-2), goal, assist

* TOP 25 UPSET. Top 25 teams have taken it on the chin from unranked teams in recent weeks, but the only Top 25 team to fall to an unranked team over the weekend was No. 17 Boston University, which lost to Hartford, 3-1.

Patrick Boucher led the Hawks with the game-winning goal in the 77th minute and an assist on the opening goal. The game drew 1,102 fans at Al-Marzook Field. "It was a fantastic win against a first-class team," said Hartford coach Dan Gaspar. "Our fans are amazing and our players won it for them."

(Click here for more Sunday men's results.)

* SUNDAY'S TOP 25 RESULTS:
Pac-10: San Diego State 2 (Sandoval 27, Cardenas 81) No. 2 UCLA 2 (Nakazawa 15, Estrada 83).
Pac-10: No. 4 California 4 (Cosgriff 46, 50, 80, Wideman 83) Oregon State 1 (Sanchez 54).
Northeast: No. 14 Monmouth 2 (Kinne pen. 71, Barbieri 82) LIU 0.
WCC: No. 16 Portland 3 (Kawulok 12, Warner 18, vanSchaik 56) Loyola Marymount 1 (Baca 82).
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Pac-10: No. 21 Stanford 1 (Warshaw 4) Washington 1 (Moore 16).
Big Ten: No. 24 Penn State 1 (Hertzog pen. 90) No. 12 Northwestern 1 (O'Neill 85).
(Draw extends Wildcats' unbeaten streak to nine straight.)
Atlantic-10: No. 25 Charlotte 0 Richmond 0.

* SATURDAY'S TOP 25 RESULTS:
Mid-American: Western Michigan 0 No. 1 Akron 4 (Ampaipitakwong 22, 45, Nanchoff 50, Bunbury 56)
Big East: No. 5 South Florida 1 (Boggs 42) St. John's 1 (Himeno 62)
Ivy: Cornell 1 (Kenyon 10) No. 8 Harvard 1 (Chi 77).
Big West: UC Riverside 0 No. 9 UC Santa Barbara 1 (Walker 1).
(Gauchos extend win streak to four games.)
Big East: No. 11 Louisville 4 (own goal 16, Braun 51, Walker 78, Rosendall 88) Syracuse 0.
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Big East: No. 25 West Virginia 0 No. 13 Connecticut 0.
Big Ten: Michigan 0 No. 15 Indiana 1 (Adlard 54).
America East: Hartford 3 (Delibasic 23, Boucher 77, Villa 89) No. 17 Boston Univ. 1 (O'Neal 72).
Big East: No. 19 Georgetown 1 (Verdi 107) Pittsburgh 0.
Ivy: No. 22 Brown 4 (Rosa 2, 51, Elenz-Martin 51, Hayward 64) Princeton 2 (Sanner 57, Busch pen. 70).
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CAA: James Madison 3 (Harvey 38, Sepong 69, Wyatt 78) No. 23 George Mason 3 (Freeman 30, Walters 40, Marquez 53).
Conference USA: No. 25 UAB 7 (Gumede 14, Macwele 29, Gyawu 32, 34, 79, Williams 34, Solade 51) FIU 1 (Frings 80).
(Kofi Gyawu records first UAB hat trick since 2003.)



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