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Air Force strikes early and often
September 18th, 2011 6:02PM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY]Air Force (6-1-0) for goals from Garrett Getschow, Kevin Durr and Kevin Durr 124 seconds apart in the first eight minutes and cruised past Buffalo, 6-1.

Getschow and Melcher scored in the first seven minutes of the second half, and Conor Henry added the final Falcon goal in the 87th minute.

-- Junior Alex Crooks scored on a 76th-minute header to lift Furman to its sixth straight victory with a 1-0 triumph at Jacksonville. Crooks got on the end of a Jacob Brown cross in the 76th minute to break a scoreless draw.

-- UAB defender Mladen Lemez recorded a pair of goals, including the game-winner five minutes into the first overtime, to lift the Blazers to a 2-1 overtime victory over Milwaukee. The Blazers won their “Soccer For A Cure” Classic and remain unbeaten at 5-0-2, their second best start to a season.

-- Freshman Dylan Terry chipped in a pass from junior Jesse Sharpwith 29 seconds remaining in overtime to give Evansville a 2-1 win over Memphis that gave the Purple Aces Bradley’s Grand Prairie Classic championship. The loss was the first for Memphis (5-1-1).

EAST:
Adelphi 2 Fordham 1
Cornell 3 Hofstra 0
Georgetown 3 Princeton 0
Hartford 0 Penn State 0
Monmouth 0 Bucknell 2
St. Francis (Pa.) 4 St. Bonaventure 0
Vermont 1 Harvard 0

MIDWEST:
Evansville 2 Memphis 1
Green Bay 2 Dayton 1
Michigan 1 Marquette 2
Tulsa 3 Dartmouth 2
UIC 3 Drake 2
Western Michigan 2 Valparaiso 0

SOUTH:
Belmont 4 IUFW 0
FGCU 1 Saint Louis 0
Gardner-Webb 1 VCU 0
Georgia State 3 FIU 2
Jacksonville 0 Furman 1
South Carolina 2 High Point 1
UAB 2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1

WEST:
Air Force 6 Buffalo 1
Denver 2 College of Charleston 3



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