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Eagles' winning streak snapped at eight games
October 20th, 2010 12:48PM
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[FLORIDA GULF COAST-FLORIDA ATLANTIC MEN] No. 21 Florida Gulf Coast suffered its first loss since the second week of the men's season when it blew a 1-0 lead and fell to Florida Atlantic, 2-1, in a non-conference game.

The loss snapped a program-best eight-game win streak and a 10-game unbeaten streak for FGCU, who now falls to 10-3-2 on the season.

Sophomore Deion Jones put FGCU ahead in the sixth minute, but FAU rallied to win on goals by Ramin Rahemi and Darnell King.

“We have to give FAU a lot of credit,” said FGCU coach Bob Butehorn. “To beat us on our home field is good statement for their program. I think that we ran into a little bit of complacency tonight, which is surprising to me. Whenever you play a rival school in Florida it’s going to be battle, and we learned a lesson tonight. We have another tough test with Stetson on Friday and we look forward to a championship caliber competition on our home field.”



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