Men's Soccer ACCtion: Tuesday, September 18
Sept. 19, 2007
Eight different players scored, junior Alejandro Bedoya recorded five points - one goal and three assists - and classmate Reuben Ayarna registered four points - one goal and two assists - to lead No. 13 men's soccer to an 8-0 victory over Maine Tuesday at Newton Campus Field.
Boston College (4-1-0) has registered four shutouts and has allowed just two goals through five games this season.
Bedoya, the ACC leader in assists per game entering the match, registered his second goal and his fourth, fifth and sixth assists of the year.
The Eagles scored four times in the first 45 minutes, including three goals in a span of 6:55, and registered four second-half goals to earn the non-conference victory.
Eugen Starikov scored the game-winning goal with 6:19 left to go in regulation in leading Stetson to a 2-1 win over Clemson in a men's intercollegiate soccer match Tuesday night.
With the win, Stetson improves to 3-2 on the year while Clemson falls to 3-3 this season.
Stetson scored first midway in the first half. Miguel Rodriquez scored from six yards out in front of the goal after assists by Gabe Shibly and Nate Weiss.
Clemson tied the game at the 80:58 mark as Mark Buchholz scored his first goal of the year. Tate Parrish started the play on a corner kick to John Tardy. Tardy sent the ball to Buchholz in the middle who sent the ball into the netting.