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New Mexico wins with three late goals in 97 seconds
September 11th, 2011 7:57PM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY] New Mexico needed only 97 seconds late in the game to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 3-1 victory over Cal State Northridge and take the TLC Invitational.

Kyle Venter, Devon Sandoval and Blake Smith scored for the Lobos, who are now 4-0-1.

“This was a great game, I mean, I thought we contr olled the ball well throughout, and they capitalized on a great opportunity early, but I’m really proud of our guys for staying in it,” UNM coach Jeremy Fishbein said. “We couldn’t have asked for a more exciting finish.”

-- Sophomore Mark Sherrod scored the game-winning goal, his third of the season, in the 78th minute to give unbeaten Memphis a 2-1 win over Wisconsin. The win was the 112th for Coach Richie Grant, making him the Tigers' all-time leader in victories.
 
-- J.J. Elder scored twice and Mitchell Cardenas added a goal and assist as unbeaten Campbell defeated Hartford, 3-2, at the UNCW adidas Classic. The Fighting Camels (3-0-1) are off to their best start since the 1988 squad won its first seven matches.
 
-- Albany handed Buffalo its first loss in six games, defeating the Bulls, 2-1, on Quintel Gates' goal with 40 seconds left in the first overtime session. David Pinto's header had put Albany ahead, but Joey Merlo's goal for UB forced overtime.

EAST:
Albany 2 Buffalo 1
Colgate 2 New Hampshire 1
Harvard 1 Rhode Island 2
La Salle 0 Lafayette 1
Syracuse 2 American 1

MIDWEST:
Bradley 2 South Carolina 2
Cincinnati 4 IUPUI 1
Dayton 0 Western Illinois 1
Drake 3 Fordham 1
Evansville 3 Eastern Illinois 2
Loyola, Ill. 0 Western Michigan 4
Marquette 1 Wright State 2
Pittsburgh 0 Bowling Green 1
Tulsa 2 Oakland 1
Valparaiso 1 Northwestern 0
Wisconsin 1 Memphis 2

SOUTH:
Belmont 2 VMI 1
Campbell 3 Hartford 2
Charlotte 1 UNC Greensboro 0
College of Charleston 2 UNC Asheville 1
Davidson 3 Gardner-Webb 0
FIU 1 Jacksonville 1
Furman 2 Winthrop 0
High Point 1 St. Bonaventure 2
UAB 1 Georgia State 1
UNC Wilmington 2 Wofford 0
USC Upstate 0 George Washington 1

FAR WEST:
Cal State Fullerton 2 San Francisco 0
New Mexico 3 Cal State Northridge 1
Sacramento State 3 Oregon State 4
San Diego State 2 Penn 0
Santa Clara 2 Cleveland State 0
Seattle 0 Washington 0
Stanford 0 Lehigh 1
UC Davis 0 Cal State Bakersfield 0
UC Riverside 1 St. Mary's 0
UNLV 1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 2



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