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UCSB draws 11,242 for Duke win
October 16th, 2010 2:01AM

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[CROWD COUNT] UC Santa Barbara became the first team to draw two crowds of 10,000 or more in a season when the Gauchos attracted 11,242 fans -- the sixth largest crowd in NCAA regular-season history -- for their 2-0 win over Duke.

UCSB had drawn 15,896 for its match at Harder Stadium against UCLA.

Friday night's crowd was UCSB's fourth crowd of 6,000 or more this season -- another NCAA record.

2010 Top 15 Men's Crowds:
15,896 UC Santa Barbara-UCLA
11,242 UC Santa Barbara-Duke
8,717 Cal Poly-UCLA
7,260 Maryland-Duke
7,255 Ohio State-Akron
6,449
UC Santa Barbara-UC Davis
6,157 South Carolina-Clemson
6,057
UC Santa Barbara-Cal Poly
4,744 Akron-Tulsa
4,675 Duke-North Carolina
4,583 Wake Forest-Akron
4,477 Connecticut-Seton Hall
4,451 Maryland-Michigan State
4,430 New Mexico-Georgetown
4,374 Connecticut-South Florida



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