Jordan Morris lifts Stanford in OT; Temple stays unbeaten


Jordan Morris scored in the last minute of the first overtime period to lead No. 4 Stanford to a 1-0 win over Davidson on Sunday night.

It was the second game-winning goal of the season and fourth overall for the junior forward who will be representing the U.S. in Olympic qualifying next month. After an opening weekend loss to UC Santa Barbara, the Cardinal have now won seven straight, scoring 12 goals and conceding just three during the streak.

After a disappointing 2014 campaign, the 23rd-ranked Temple Owls have become the toast of their city and state with wins now over Penn State, Villanova and Penn. Jorge Gomez Sanchez, a transfer from a university in Spain who is considered a junior, has been a big reason for the turnaround. After a hat trick on Sunday night at Penn, he’s now second in the nation in scoring with 10 goals and has the most goals scored by an Owl in a season since 2003.

The 3-0 win over the Quakers was the fifth straight for Temple, which at 6-0-1 are now off to the program’s best start since 1985 when the team won 13 consecutive games and went to the NCAA tournament.

Clemson and New Mexico keep rolling; Rutgers blows out Indiana

Kyle Murphy and TJ Casner (PK) scored in the first half and, after a Jack Hagstrom goal for Brown, Diego Campos made it 3-1 in the 86th minute to lead the 14th-ranked Tigers to their sixth win of the season on Sunday.

No. 17 New Mexico proved for a second time this weekend that they can win without Chris Wehan scoring as Francesco Cassucci delivered the game-winning goal eight minutes into the first overtime to beat No. 21 American 2-1 and win the tournament they hosted over the weekend.

Niko Hansen, who had the game-winner to beat Loyola Marymount on Friday, found an equalizer in the 85th minute to set up the dramatic overtime finish. Nick Sifrin opened the scoring with a goal for the Eagles in the 41st minute and his teammate Dylan Hobert helped keep it close with five saves in goal.

Rutgers got first half goals from Sheldon Mckoy, Jason Wright and Miles Hackett and after a Femi Hollinger-Janzen goal in the 77th minute added a fourth from Erik Sa 10 minutes later to beat No. 22 Indiana 4-1.

Cal wins fifth straight; Washington held by Harvard and UC Irvine woes continue 

Cal has been off the radar a bit this year after dropping their opener 3-0 to San Diego, but a 3-1 win over San Francisco on Sunday was their fifth straight win and the fourth time this season they’ve scored three goals.

Junior forward Christian Thierjung recorded a brace and Jose Carerra-Garcia scored the opener and registered an assist for the Bears. Jesus Del Toro scored the loan goal for the Dons to cut the lead in half in the 60th minute.

Washington stayed unbeaten but had to settle for a scoreless draw with Harvard. Evan Mendez made seven saves to preserve the clean sheet for the Crimson and Ryan Herman had four saves for the Dawgs. It was the fifth clean sheet of the season for Washington, which has conceded only twice, and the second scoreless draw against an Ivy League opponent.

UC Irvine’s woes continued with a 2-0 loss to SMU on Sunday, dropping the Anteaters record to 1-4-2 on the season. Emil Cuello opened the scoring with a goal in the 40th minute and Christian Boorom made it 2-0 in the 62nd minute.

Denver wins in overtime; Penn State held to draw and St. Francis Terriers stay unbeaten

Sophomore winger Alex Underwood buried a cross into the bottom right corner of the goal in the 94th minute to give No. 15 Denver the 2-1 win over Utah Valley. The win was the 20th straight at home for the Pioneers, which haven’t been beaten at home in 22 straight (the 20-match winning streak is tied for 12th longest in NCAA history).

Karsten Hanlin opened the scoring in the 25th minute with a free kick and Utah Valley tied it up in the 70th minute with a goal from Aaron Meyer.

Penn State got a 57th minute equalizer from reserve Sam Bollinger and Matt Bersano recorded seven saves to hold Ohio State to just the one goal in a 1-1 draw with the Buckeyes. Kenny Cunningham scored the opener for Ohio State in the 17th minute off an assist from Abdi Mohamed.

St. Francis Brooklyn got goals from five different players to beat up on Howard 5-0 on Sunday and stay unbeaten. Dominick Falanga, Federico Curbelo, Leonard Kirschner, Sal Barone and Lukas Hauer got the goals to improve the Terriers record to 5-0-2.

Georgetown offense keeps clicking; Loyola Marymount drops third straight

Brandon Allen canceled out Jack Elliot’s opening goal for West Virginia and Matthew Ledder and Bakie Goodman added goals to keep the Hoyas offense clicking in a 3-1 win over the Mountaineers.

Star center back Joshua Yaro played 84 minutes in his first game action since the opening weekend.

No. 18 Loyola Marymount ended their New Mexico trip with another disappointing loss to Missouri State on Sunday. Alvara Madrigal tied the game in the 23rd minute for the Lions, but Jack Buckle second of the game in the 48th minute held up as the winner for the Bears.

After a 5-0 start to the season, the Lions have now dropped three in a row.


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