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2016 FAU Men's Soccer

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Lipscomb Menís Soccer (1-0) opened the season with a new conference logo, new jersey design and a win over Florida Atlantic University (0-1) on Friday night at the Lipscomb soccer complex.

Both teams had limited chances in the first half, with the defenses controlling the tempo and keeping the respective offense in check, resulting in a 0-0 halftime score.

The Owls took six shots on the night from six different players while four players, including newcomer Daniel Del Rio, put shots on goal.
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An overtime goal allowed Belmont to edge the Florida Atlantic University menís soccer team by a 2-1 margin on Sunday in Nashville.

The Owls (0-2) out-shot the Bruins 20-16 after an aggressive start. Newcomer Dylan Huber paced FAU with six shots on the day.

In the 33rd minute, freshman Nikolas Gomez scored FAUís first goal of the season off of a rebound to give the Owls an advantage.

Less than a minute later, Belmont responded to even the contest against freshman goalkeeper Daniel Ragoo.

FAU took three shots in the final ten minutes of regulation, including a header off the post by Albion Neziri, but couldnít pull ahead.

After a blocked shot by Huber in the 92nd minute, Belmont scored the game-winner off a rebound in the 93rd minute for the winner.
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Florida Atlantic 1, Niagara 0

The Florida Atlantic University menís soccer team (1-2-0) recorded its first win of the season with a 1-0 shutout of Niagara on Friday night. Senior Jason Fitzgeraldís first goal of the year proved to be the game-winner in the 69th minute.

ďI thought we played well in the first half,Ē FAU Head Coach Kos Donev said. ďThe boys tried to implement what we wanted to do and the style we wanted to play. In the second half, we got a great combo play with a great cross from Daniel Del Rio to Fitzgerald to put it away. Iím proud of the guys. They came out here and wanted to win this game and it was a great performance by them.Ē
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Elijah McDonaldís notched a goal with just over a minute left in regulation, helping the Florida Atlantic University menís soccer team earn a 1-1 tie against Wisconsin on Sunday.

In the fourth minute, Wisconsin converted on the first scoring chance of the match for either team, taking an early 1-0 lead. In the 89th minute, Alvaro Campuzano and Fitzgerald each had hit ahead passes that ended with McDonaldís tying marker. Both teams had a chance for the golden goal in overtime, but neither side was able to capitalize.

Wisconsin tallied 11 total shots, three on goal, while half of FAUís eight shots were on net.
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†Phillip Hitpass made six saves and Thomas Gallitz placed a pair of shots on point, but the Florida Atlantic University men's soccer team was unable to find the back of the net in a 1-0 loss to South Carolina in Conference USA play Saturday.

The Owls (1-3-1, 0-1 C-USA) held their own throughout the first half with Hitpass making three saves against seven Gamecock shots.
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Senior Elijah McDonald scored his second goal of the season, but the Florida Atlantic University menís soccer team was unable to stop the FGCU attack as the Owls lost 5-1 on Tuesday night. Freshman Daniel Ragoo held FGCU scoreless for more than 30 minutes before the Eagles drove in three quick strikes to end the first half.
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Wow, FGCU, we su__k!
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The Florida Atlantic University menís soccer team suffered its second Conference USA loss in a 1-0 decision at Marshall on Saturday.

Marshallís Trevor Starcher took a rebound off the post and fired it into the net for the game-winning goal in the 87th minute.
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FAU men's soccer down Stetson (3-5-2) on Tuesday night in Boca Raton by a score of 3-1.

Florida Atlantic received goals from Dyan Huber, Jason Fitzgerald, and Alvarao Campuzano.

The Owls (2-5-1) outshot the Hatters 17-7 overall, and 9-5 on goal.

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Florida Atlantic's David Adejunmobi chose the perfect time to pick up his first goal of the season in a 1-0 overtime decision for the Owls against UAB.

After 104 minutes of play, the senior received a well-placed free kick from teammate Campuzano in the box, ultimately heading the ball past the Blazers keeper for FAUís (3-5-1) first league win of the year.
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