2003-04 Archive

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July 08, 2004 The sixth-ranked Santa Clara University men's soccer team kept its perfect home season intact with a 1-1 double overtime tie against 1th-ranked SMU to open the 003 NCAA Championship tonight at Buck Shaw Stadium, prevailing in penalty kicks 4-1
July 08, 2004 Oct 4, 00lt;pgt; The 8th-ranked USD men's soccer team suffered its nd defeat in eleven matches this season as they were knocked off by Boston University
June 11, 2004 SAN BRUNO, Calif - The West Coast Conference is proud to announce the University of Portland’s Imani Dorsey and the University of San Diego’s Kellen Hiroto as the first-ever winners of the WCC Post-Graduate Scholarship award, as announced by Commissioner Michael Gilleran
April 01, 2004 Apr 1- USF defender Kevin Long and Santa Clara forward Erik Ustruck have been named to the squad for the U
January 27, 2004 Jan 27- Santa Clara defender Ryan Cochrane earned yet another accolade as he was named to the Soccer TImes All-American First Team
January 12, 2004 Jan 8- Among the eight players signed to Nike Project-40 contracts are Santa Clara defender Ryan Cochrane and goalkeeper Steve Cronin
December 18, 2003 Dec 18- Gonzaga University's men's soccer team is one of 71 men's soccer programs nationally to post a grade point average of 3
December 17, 2003 Santa Clara University men's soccer defender Ryan Cochrane was named to the 2003 Men's NCAA Division I All-America Second Team by both NSCAA/adidas and College Soccer News
December 09, 2003 Dec 9- The Santa Clara Broncos will be making their fifth appearance in the NCAA College Cup when they take the pitch against Indiana on Friday evening at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH
December 02, 2003 Dec 2- The Santa Clara Broncos advanced to the elite eight for the first time since 1999 with two wins in the NCAA Tournament last week
November 30, 2003 Nov 30- Will Weatherly's seventh goal of the season came in the fifth minute of the first overtime to lift No
November 27, 2003 Nov 26- Santa Clara edged WCC rival Loyola Marymount 1-0 on a goal by Eric Irvine to advance to the sweet-16, where they will face Coastal Carolina
November 24, 2003 Nov 24- Four WCC teams will compete in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs on Wednesday
November 23, 2003 The University of Portland men’s soccer team handed Oregon State a 3-2 defeat in the first round of the 2003 College Cup at Lorenz Field in Corvallis, Ore
November 21, 2003 Nov 21- When the Chicago Fire and the San Jose Earthquakes square off for the Major League Soccer championship at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA on Sunday, the game will feature a core of players who played collegiately for West Coast Conference institutions
November 19, 2003 Nov 19-Eight first time First Team honorees highlight the 2003 WCC Men’s Soccer All-Conference team
November 18, 2003 Four West Coast Conference teams are heading to the post-season Santa Clara earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament by virtue of winning their ninth WCC title
November 17, 2003 Nov 15- Junior Matt Kovar was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Lions to a 3-0 victory over #4 ranked Santa Clara in their season finale
November 17, 2003 Nov 17- Four WCC men's soccer teams earned bids to the NCAA Tournament, as announced by the NCAA today
November 15, 2003 Nov 15-The Loyola Marymount University men's soccer team shutout No
November 14, 2003 Nov 13- No 20 ranked San Diego took a 2-0 advantage against the top ranked team in the nation, but UCLA mounted a furious rally to avoid its first loss since Sept
November 10, 2003 Nov 9- The University of Portland men’s soccer beat Cal Poly 2-1 at Mustang Stadium behind junior Josh Simpson’s two goals, giving the Pilots an important non-conference road win to finish the regular season
November 10, 2003 Nov 10- The Santa Clara Broncos claimed their ninth West Coast Conference men's soccer title with a 2-0 shutout of San Diego at Buck Shaw Stadium on Saturday
November 10, 2003 Nov 10- Santa Clara forward Will Weatherly scored the game-winning goal in the Broncos’ 2-0 win over San Diego on Saturday, clinching SCU’s ninth West Coast Conference title
November 09, 2003 Nov 8- The Santa Clara University men's soccer team laid claim to its ninth West Coast Conference title with its 2-0 victory over the University of San Diego Saturday night in front of a loud and wet crowd of 512 fans in Buck Shaw Stadium
November 08, 2003 Nov 8-Anthony Butler and Matthew Fitzgerald score two goals each as the Saint Mary‚s men‚s soccer team defeated the Gonzaga Bulldogs 5-0 in a West Coast Conference game on Saturday
November 08, 2003 Nov 7-The University of San Francisco continued on top of its game, but luck wasn't with USF as they wound up tying the University of Portland 0-0 at Negoesco Stadium in San Francisco
November 06, 2003 Nov 6- Three WCC men's soccer players were named to the CoSida District VIII All-Academic first team, including Santa Clara's Will Weatherly, San Diego's Kellen Hiroto, and Gonzaga's Scott Bertram
November 05, 2003 Nov 5- The Loyola Marymount University men’s soccer team shutout San Diego State, 2-0, in a non-conference midweek match at Sullivan Field on Wednesday afternoon
November 05, 2003 Nov 5-During the 2003 fall season, the soccer community has mourned the loss of the University of Portland's former Director of Soccer Clive Charles, who passed away in August after a long fought battle with prostate cancer
November 05, 2003 Nov 4- The Saint Mary's men's soccer team reached the seven-win total for the first time under head coach Steve Rammel on Tuesday, when the Gaels beat the Hayward State Pioneers 4-0 in a non-conference game at Garaventa Field
November 03, 2003 Nov 3- Santa Clara surged to the top of the standings after defeating Saint Mary's on Sunday
November 03, 2003 Nov 3- Loyola Marymount's Armando Melendez scored two goals in two conference wins for the Lions and Alejandro Salazar's first career hat trick led Portland to a 4-2 win over San Diego, as the two sophomores share WCC Player of the Week honors
November 02, 2003 Nov 2- Portland got a hat-trick from sophomore Alejandro Salazar to lead the Pilots to a 4-2 win over visiting San Diego on Sunday
November 01, 2003 Oct 31- Loyola Marymount got back on track with a 2-0 conference win at Portland, while San Diego continued to roll with a 2-1 victory over Gonzaga
October 31, 2003 Oct 31- It has been a record year for the WCC’s fall sports Numerous teams have earned their way into the national rankings, many citing large improvements over previous years
October 27, 2003 Oct 27- Santa Clara defender Jason Pan was named the WCC Player of the Week after scoring the game-winning goal in double overtime to lead the Broncos to a 1-0 conference victory over Portland on Saturday
October 27, 2003 Oct 27- In an exciting weekend of WCC play, two of the scheduled three games needed overtime periods to decide the outcome
October 27, 2003 Oct 26- San Francisco got a goal from Aaron Chandler to beat Saint Mary's in Moraga in conference action on Sunday
October 25, 2003 Oct 25- Jason Pan's goal with only 1:47 remaining in double overtime lifted the sixth-ranked Santa Clara University men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over the University of Portland Saturday night at Buck Shaw Stadium
October 25, 2003 Oct 24- It seemed as if nothing was to be decided Friday night at Torero Stadium between San Diego and Loyola Marymount- until San Diego senior forward Sy Reeves scored with 25 seconds remaining in double-overtime to allow host USD a 2-1 win, San Diego’s tenth straight
October 20, 2003 Oct 20- San Diego continues to surge, earning a #15 ranking in the College Soccer News Poll after collecting three shutout victories last week
October 20, 2003 Oct 20- San Diego goalkeeper Lance Friesz was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Toreros to three wins last week
October 19, 2003 Oct 19-It was another heartbreaker for the Loyola Marymount as they dropped their second straight overtime WCC contest, this time to Saint Mary's in double overtime 2-1 at Sullivan Field on Sunday afternoon
October 18, 2003 Oct 17-In Friday evening's men's soccer action, the USD men's soccer team won their 8th straight match with tonight's 1-0 West Coast Conference victory over Saint Mary's, while USF upset Loyola Marymount 2-1 in overtime for its first league win
October 16, 2003 Oct 14- Seattle146;s Ian Chursky tapped in an open net golden goal four minutes into overtime giving the Redhawks a -1 victory over the Portland Pilots
October 15, 2003 Oct 14- Senior midfielder Matt MaCausland (San Diego, CA; USD HS) scored both goals, his second and third of the season, to help the San Diego Toreros defeat NAIA power Alliant University this evening before 389 fans at Torero Stadium
October 13, 2003 Oct 13- Senior Eric Wunderle was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading San Diego to wins over #18 ranked Cal State Northridge and San Diego State
October 13, 2003 Oct 1- In WCC play, Portland defeated Saint Mary's by a score of 6-1 In non-conference action, 1 ranked LMU beat visiting San Jose State, -1, in overtime and Gonzaga fell 1-0 to Cal Poly in Spokane
October 13, 2003 Oct 13- The WCC had three teams ranked in national polls for the first time since the preseason as Santa Clara, Loyola Marymount and San Diego all earned rankings
October 12, 2003 Oct 11- Two men's soccer teams were in action Saturday In WCC play, Santa Clara won a 2-1 decision against San Francisco in the 46th all-time meeting between these Bay Area rivals
October 08, 2003 Oct 7- The University of San Diego men’s soccer team, playing their first road contest of the season, improved to 6-2-2 by upsetting 18th-ranked Cal State Northridge (5-1-2) by the score of 3-1
October 06, 2003 Oct 5-In a big day of men’s soccer action, two WCC teams claimed wins over ranked opponents
October 06, 2003 Oct 6- Sophomore scoring sensation Alejandro Salazar was tabbed as the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Pilots to a 3-2 overtime victory over Gonzaga in the conference season opener
October 06, 2003 Oct 6- Portland and Gonzaga started off the conference season by sending their contest into overtime, with the Pilots eventually winning by a score of 3-2
October 04, 2003 Oct 4-Miguel Guante’s first career goal couldn’t have come at a better time
October 04, 2003 Oct 3-Four WCC men’s soccer teams were in action Friday night
October 03, 2003 Oct 2-The 13th-ranked Santa Clara University men's soccer team picked up its third tie of the season with a 1-1 double overtime result against Stanford Thursday night in Buck Shaw Stadium
October 03, 2003 Oct 3-Three deserving players have been named WCC soccer Players of the Month
September 29, 2003 Sep 29- Sophomore Patrick Lower and freshman Christopher Sanders share Player of the Week honors after each player scored two goals in helping their respective squads to two victories over the weekend
September 29, 2003 Sep 29- Portland will travel to Spokane to meet Gonzaga in the WCC conference season opener on Saturday
September 28, 2003 Sep 28-Saint Mary's, Gonzaga, Portland and San Diego earned wins on Sunday, as the WCC edges closer to the start of league play
September 27, 2003 Sep 26-San Diego, Gonzaga, Saint Mary's and Portland were all victorious on Friday night, including a 2-0 Pilot upset of #11 South Carolina
September 24, 2003 Sep 23-Fifth-ranked Santa Clara men's soccer suffered its first loss of the 2003 season, dropping a 2-1 decision to cross-town rival San Jose State Tuesday night at Spartan Stadium
September 23, 2003 Sep 22- The Santa Clara defense continued its domination of opposing teams, as the Broncos shut out George Washington and CS Monterey Bay to claim the Santa Clara/Adidas Tournament title
September 22, 2003 Sep 22- Loyola Marymount's Kevin Novak was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Lions to wins over Oral Roberts and Bucknell this weekend
September 21, 2003 Gonzaga snapped its three-game losing streak with a 3-0 victory over Sacramento State, while Saint Mary’s beat the CS Monterey Bay Otters 3-1 on Sunday at Garaventa Field
September 20, 2003 Sep 19-LMU shutout Oral Roberts 2-0, while Gonzaga and Portland fell in two heartbreakers on Friday night
September 20, 2003 Sep 20-The Saint Mary’s men’s soccer team lost a close one to Cal on Saturday, while San Francisco shut out CS Monterey Bay at the Santa Clara Invitational
September 19, 2003 Sep 18- The seventh-ranked Santa Clara University men's soccer team remained unbeaten in 2003 with a 2-0 victory over Cal State Monterey Bay on day one of the Santa Clara adidas Classic
September 15, 2003 Sep 15- The undefeated Santa Clara Broncos continued to rise in the polls, as they moved up to #11 in the College Soccer News poll and checked in at #7 in the NSCAA/Adidas coaches poll
September 15, 2003 Sep 15-Santa Clara's Steve Cronin was named the WCC Player of the Week after recording two shutouts as the #7 Broncos defeated Holy Cross and played California to a scoreless draw
September 14, 2003 Sep 14- All seven WCC men's soccer teams took the field on Sunday San Francisco defeated Holy Cross 1-0 in the finale of the Diadora Classic
September 13, 2003 Sep 1-At the Diadora Classic in San Francisco, 6 ranked Santa Clara defeated Holy Cross and host San Francisco fell to California by a score of 3-1
September 12, 2003 Sep 11- San Diego and Cal State Fullerton combined for 32 shots on goal, but neither side could manage a goal as the two teams settled for a 0-0 tie at Torero Stadium on Thursday night
September 10, 2003 Sep 10- Three different WCC soccer stars earned national honors this week following outstanding performances over the weekend
September 08, 2003 Sep 8 - Santa Clara defender Ryan Cochrane was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Broncos to a win over #4 ranked Southern Methodist and a tie against #7 ranked Creighton over the weekend
September 08, 2003 Sep 8 - Loyola Marymount and Santa Clara each picked up wins against top-10 ranked competition in the LMU Fall Classic and Gonzaga improved to 3-0, their best start start since 1997
September 07, 2003 Sep 7-In the final day of another big weekend of men’s soccer action, two ranked teams were toppled by WCC teams as Santa Clara eased by #9 SMU 3-1 and LMU outlasted #7 Creighton 2-1 in double overtime
September 06, 2003 Sep 5-In another big weekend of WCC men's soccer action, San Diego registered a 3-0 win over UC Riverside and Santa Clara played to a 0-0 draw with #7 Creighton
September 05, 2003 Sep 4- Scott Yuska and Mike Herzog scored first-half goals Thursday and that's all Gonzaga University's men's soccer team needed in taking a 2-0 non-conference victory over Cal State Monterey Bay at Martin Field
September 04, 2003 Sep 3-The Saint Mary's men's soccer team earned their first victory of the season Wednesday by beating the Denver Pioneers 3-2 at Garaventa Field
September 02, 2003 Sep 2-Three WCC soccer players were among the Missouri Athletic Club's first “Watch List” of players considered among the top candidates for the 2003 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann trophy
September 01, 2003 Sept 1-LMU and Santa Clara both posted wins on Labor Day with the Broncos topping Fresno State and the Lions beating Michigan State on the road for their first win of the season
September 01, 2003 Sep 1 - Gonzaga's Grant Lundberg earned WCC Player of the Week after scoring two goals in a 5-3 win over Air Force
September 01, 2003 Sep 1 - WCC teams showed their goal scoring ability over the first weekend of play as the seven conference squads combined to score 20 goals in 11 games
August 31, 2003 Aug 31-Zags' freshman Vito Higgins recorded his first career shutout, and veterans Arni Ingi Pjetursson and Mike Herzog combined for the lone goal as Gonzaga University defeated Denver University 1-0 Sunday to claim the crown in the Parents Weekend Invitational hosted by the Air Force Acad
August 30, 2003 Aug 29- The men's soccer season got undeway with Gonzaga putting the first win on the board for the WCC
August 27, 2003 Aug 27 - Santa Clara University men's soccer defender Ryan Cochrane was named to the Soccer America preseason All-American Team
August 27, 2003 Aug 26-The University of Portland community is mourning the loss of Clive Charles, whose dedicated commitment to students and soccer took the University to unprecedented heights
August 26, 2003 2003 MS Standings
August 20, 2003 Aug 20-As the start of the 2003 men's soccer season approaches, WCC squads are preparing to battle it out in one of the most competitive conferences in the country

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