No. 4 Coastal Carolina upset, No. 3 Stanford shuts down No. 16 Oregon State and No. 17 Washington held scoreless again


No. 4 Coastal Carolina’s unbeaten season came to an end on Sunday with a 3-2 loss to UNC Asheville on Sunday.

The Chants came back twice in the game after trailing 1-0 and 2-1, but Chuka Anyafo’s 83rd minute goal held up. Brendan O’Dowd opened the scoring in the 5th minute for the Bulldogs and Andrew Lawrence added a goal in the 45th minute. Anyafo added an assist.

Louis Dargent and Bryce Follensbee scored for Coastal Carolina, which fell to 7-1-2 overall and 2-1 in conference play.

Amir Bashti scored his first collegiate goal at the end of the first half and No. 3 Stanford added a pair of second half goals to run its unbeaten streak to 10 games with a 3-0 win over No. 17 Oregon State.

Defender Brandon Vincent scored on his third penalty kick of the year in the 53rd minute and Foster Langsdorf added his fourth of the season four minute later to round out the scoring.

Washington held to another scoreless draw; Houston Baptist beat another ranked opponent

No. 17 Washington was held to a scoreless draw for the second game in a row and the fifth time this season by Cal. Huskies goalkeeper Ryan Herman had another big game with five saves to record his eighth clean sheet of the season and Alex Mangels made three saves for Cal.

Houston Baptist beat a ranked opponent for the second time in three days, topping No. 23 Utah Valley 2-1 on Sunday. Aaron Meyer’s goal gave the Wolverines the lead in the 37th minute, but Dominick Faletto tied it up three minutes later and Alex Baez scored the decisive goal in the 52nd minute.

No. 19 Seattle, which fell to Houston Baptist on Friday, rebounded with a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Rio Grande Valley. Juanito Garcia opened the scoring in the 57th minute, but Seattle answered with a 68th minute equalizer from David Olsen and Michael Roberts’ winner two minutes later.

St. Francis Brooklyn wins in OT, San Jose State and St. Francis PA score six in blowouts

One of the top defenses in the nation recorded its 10th shutout of the season and got a golden goal in overtime by senior Vincent Bezecourt to lead St. Francis Brooklyn to a 1-0 win over Central Connecticut State. The Terriers have conceded just four goals all season, which puts them in a tie for fewest allowed in Division 1 with Creighton and Western Michigan.

Goals came easy for the other St. Francis on Sunday as Mario Mastrangelo scored a second half hat trick to lead the Red Flash to a 6-1 win over Sacred Heart. Troy Kiernan added a pair of goals and an assist and Anthony Lozupone also found the back of the net.

San Jose State also scored five second half goals en route to a 6-0 blowout of Grand Canyon. Rory Knibbs led the way with a brace and an assist and Jonathan Colunga, Jonathan Partida, Zach Penner and Kyler Mclaughlin also scored for the Spartans.

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