Saturday: College soccer updates

Ten men's games were postponed or canceled due to the pandemic or bad weather.

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NCAA Division I Men (Saturday, Feb. 13)
AAC:
USF 0 SMU 7.
-- Papa N'Doye and Nick Taylor led the Mustangs with two goals apiece.
Temple 0 UCF 1.
-- Gino Vivi's goal in the 35th minute was the difference.

Summit:
Omaha vs. Denver (postponed)
Oral Roberts vs. UMKC (postponed)

WAC:
Air Force vs. San Jose State (canceled)
Cal Baptist vs. Dixie State (canceled)
Houston Baptist 0 Seattle 3.
 -- James Morris, Habib Barry and Deniz Dogan scored for the Redhawks.
UIW 3 UNLV 2.
-- UIW came back from two goals down after 21 minutes on goals by Kevin Gutia, JP Nava and Best Emena.
UTRGV vs. Grand Canyon (canceled)

Non-conference:

FAU 1 St. Thomas, Florida 1.
-- The NAIA Bobcats took an early lead on a goal by Mark Oghobgho.
Fordham 2 Fairleigh Dickinson 0.
-- Sameer Fathazada and Florian Deletioglu Score for the Rams, who outshot FDU, 25-5.
George Washington vs. UMBC (postponed)
Kentucky vs.  Bowling Green (postponed)
Lipscomb 2 ETSU 1.
-- The Bisons improved to 3-0-0 in the spring.
Marquette 1 Saint Louis 0.
Marshall 1 Ohio Valley 1.
North Florida 2  Mercer 1.
Oregon State 2 Gonzaga 0.
- Gloire Amanda scored twice to give him four goals in three matches.
Providence vs. Rhode Island (postponed)
St. John's vs. Saint Joseph's (postponed)
UNC Wilmington vs. VCU (postponed)
Villanova 1 La Salle 2.

NCAA Division I Women (Saturday, Feb. 13)
AAC:
East Carolina 1 Houston 0.
-- Carsen Parker won the game with a golden goal in the 96th minute.

Non-conference:
Arizona 4 New Mexico State 0.
ETSU 1 Marshall 2.
-- Freshman Abi Hugh scored both goals for the Herd.
High Point 2 UNCG 0.
LMU 1 Cal Baptist 1.
Pacific 1 Sacramento State 1.
Stetson 1 Georgia Southern 2.
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4 Texas A&M-International 0.
-- -- Olivia Alvarez scored twice and fellow freshman Maggiue Murray added a goal and an assist.
UTEP 0 Utah Valley 0.
Villanova 0 La Salle 4.
-- Kelli McGroarty and Caitlin Donovan each scored two goals for the Explorers.
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