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NCAA Division I men's scoreboard
August 27th, 2012 2:57AM
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[WEEK 1: Sunday] Nic Ryan scored a header off of a cross from freshman Ema Boateng with just 86 seconds left to cap a wild finish and propel No. 4 UC Santa Barbara to a 2-1 victory at Loyola Marymount on Sunday afternoon. French transfer Achille Campion had put the Gauchos ahead in the 12th minute, but just 36 seconds before Ryan's winner, Craig Nitti scored on a free kick for LMU. For all Sunday's men's action ...

EAST. Jelani Williams scored on a give-and-go with less than four minutes left in regulation to earn No. 13 St. John's a 1-1 tie with Patriot League champion Colgate. Mike Reidy's 50th-minute goal on a penalty kick nearly held up for the Raiders.

-- For just the second time in its 12-year Division I history, UC Riverside is off to a 2-0-0 start thanks to a 1-0 road win over Iona. On the hour mark, Ivan Garcia found Ruben Valencia for his first goal of the season.

EAST SCORES:
#3 Maryland 3 #16 Louisville 0
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#13 St. John's 1 Colgate 1
Fordham 1 Adelphi 0
Iona 0 UC Riverside 1

MIDWEST. No. 9 Indiana won the Billiken Classic with a 3-0 victory over Cincinnati. The Hoosiers got a pair of goals from sophomore Eriq Zavaleta and a third from senior Caleb Konstanski.

-- Senior Daniel Berko netted his first career hat trick as Dayton capped off a perfect weekend with a 4-3 win over Kentucky. All seven goals came after the break.

MIDWEST SCORES:
#9 Indiana 3 Cincinnati 0
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Dayton 4 Kentucky 3
Detroit 3 IPFW  0
Green Bay 0 Marquette 1
Saint Louis 1 Drake 0
SIU-Edwardsville 1 James Madison 0

SOUTH. Seniors Mladen Lemez and Kofi Gyawu each scored a goal to lift UAB to a 2-1 victory over Georgia Southern. The Blazers are off to a 2-0-0 start for the first time since the 2005 campaign.

SOUTH SCORES:
Houston Baptist 0 Campbell 1
UAB 2 Georgia Southern 1
VCU 2 William & Mary 0
Virginia Tech 1 Richmond 0

WEST. Taylor Peay scored on a header off Michael Harris' flip throw-in and Dylan Tucker-Gangnes added a goal in the second half to give Washington its second win of the weekend, a 2-0 victory over visiting Cal Poly.

WEST SCORES:
Loyola Marymount 1 #4 UC Santa Barbara 2
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Cal State Fullerton 0 Portland 4
Cal State Northridge 2 American 1
Washington 2 Cal Poly 0



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