MEN'S NEWS ... No. 2 UCLA's 10-game unbeaten streak came to an end Sunday afternoon when No. 21 Stanford shut out the Bruins, 2-0. "This was a fantastic win for the program," said Cardinal coach Bret Simon. "Our players made a great turnaround after a difficult loss."
Two days earlier, the Cardinal had fallen in overtime to visiting San
Diego State, 2-1, but it put that defeat aside with a solid performance
against UCLA. Stanford had the edge in play in the first half but
didn't score until Bobby Warshaw
buried a header for his sixth goal of the season in the 56th minute.
Twenty minutes later, Stanford added an insurance goal when Taylor Amman's through ball found a
breaking Evan Morgan, who
poked the ball past UCLA keeper Brian
* HAWKS FALL. No. 10
Monmouth University dropped its first match of the 2009 season, falling
at Saint Francis (Pa.), 2-0, in a game that was moved from the Red
Flash's soccer field to its artificial turf football field because of
heavy rains. The kickoff was pushed back three hours to accommodate the
move. Daniel Moir's goal in
the 11th minute snapped Monmouth's shutout streak at 790 minutes. The
loss ended the Hawks' 14-match
unbeaten streak to begin the season, which was a school record.
* FLU UPDATE. The
Conference USA match between SMU and Kentucky, slated for
Sunday, was postponed because several Kentucky players
displayed flu-like symptoms. Similarly, Butler's game at Detroit was
rescheduled because several Detroit players were diagnosed with the flu
or flu-like symptoms. The Horizon League match will be played Tuesday,
forcing the cancellation of the scheduled match between Detroit and
* MILESTONE. Coach Mike Getman picked up his 200th win
at UAB with a 2-0 victory
against UCF. It was a big win for the Blazers. They moved into a tie
for first place with Tulsa in the Conference USA.
This week's Top
* WEEKEND UPSETS:
Sunday, Oct. 25
No. 21 Stanford 2 (Warshaw 56, Morgan 76) No. 2 UCLA 0.
St. Francis (Pa.) 2 (Moir 12,
McLeod 83) No. 10 Monmouth 0.
No. 18 Dartmouth 0 Columbia 2
(Adafin 69, Ayers 84).
Wisconsin 2 (Ahlering 32, Waspi
56) No. 23 Ohio State 0.
No. 25 California 0 San Diego State 2 (Reza
Saturday, Oct. 24
No. 9 Harvard 1 (Akpan pen. 66)
Princeton 2 (Hoppenot 66, 102).
No. 20 West Virginia 1 (Etuk
26) Georgetown 2 (Diggs 77,
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