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UCSB runs wild against Fullerton
by Paul Kennedy, October 12th, 2011 4:13AM

TAGS:  college men


[TUESDAY NIGHT WRAPUP] Luis Silva had two goals and two assists and David Opoku also scored twice as No. 12 UC Santa Barbara's attack broke out Tuesday night for a 6-0 Big West win over Cal State Fullerton at Harder Stadium.
Juniors Sam Garza and Josue Madueno also scored for the Gauchos, who won their third straight game.

-- Jake Pace scored two second-half goals in just 48 seconds to lead No. 3 Maryland past Adelphi, 2-0. The Terrapin defense held the Panthers without a shot in the second half as freshman goalkeeper Keith Cardona earned his first career win.

-- After having Saturday's game against South Carolina postponed because of bad weather, No. 8 UCF played to a scoreless draw at FIU in a match called with 4:49 remaining due unplayable field conditions after heavy rains fell during the second half.

-- Junior Kyle Bekker scored a pair of first-half goals to lead No. 16 Boston College a 2-0 win against Harvard. The goals were the Canadian's fifth and sixth of the season.

-- No. 18 Virginia, which had handed Maryland its first loss of the season on Friday, got goals from Brian Ownby and Ryan Zinkhan in the first 32 minutes and then held off Navy for a 2-0 win.

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