Siljander Gets Shutout Record in UCSD Win

UCSD goalie Brian Siljander recorded the 27th shutout of his collegiate career, a school record, as the UCSD men's soccer team defeated Biola, 2-0, Tuesday at Biola.

UCSD went ahead just six minutes into the game when Marc Melnik converted a pass from Mike Gerhardt.

UCSD did not score again until 25 minutes into the second half when Gerhardt kicked in a pass from Ryan Nutting.

San Diego State came back from a 2-1 deficit at UC Irvine and beat the Anteaters, 4-2, in overtime.

David Quesada headed in the winning goal seven minutes into overtime. Greg Cipolla, who assisted on Quesada's goal, found the net himself 10 minutes later.

Jeff Wale kicked in SDSU's first two goals, the first coming three minutes into the game off an assist from Andy Marrone, the second coming with just seven minutes left in regulation.

SDSU improved to 4-1, and UCI dropped to 1-3-1.

The SDSU women dropped their first home match of the season, 1-0, to Stanford (3-0).

The lone goal came with 20 minutes remaing on a penalty kick.

SDSU dropped to 0-2.


San Diego State bused up to Los Angeles and allowed USC to take an upset victory, 15-6, 7-15, 15-11, 15-4.

SDSU (7-3) was led by Gracie Schutt's 19 kills and Angela Martin's 15.

USC improved to 2-3.

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