UW drops 1-0 decision to No. 25 UC Irvine


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Sept. 6, 2010

UC Irvine 1, Wisconsin 0
UC Irvine College Classic
Anteater Stadium • Irvine, Calif.
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1st 2nd Final
 Wisconsin (1-1-0)
0
0
0
 UC Irvine (3-0-0)
1
0
1
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• Attendance: 396
 Scoring
UCI 14' Corey Attaway (Jimmy Turner)
 Goalkeepers
Min GA
Sv
WIS
Ryan Vint (L, 1-1)
90:00 1 6
UCI Andrew Fontein (W, 3-0) 90:00 0 2
 Stats at a Glance
WIS UCI
 Shots
4 13
 Shots on Goal
2 7
 Saves
6
2
 Offsides
3
2
 Corner Kicks
2 7
 Yellow Cards
2 1
 Red Cards
0 0
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IRVINE, Calif. - Senior goalkeeper Ryan Vint (Plymouth, Minn.) tied his career high with six saves, but the University of Wisconsin men's soccer team fell 1-0 to No. 25 UC Irvine in the final game of the UC Irvine College Classic on Monday night.

"Tonight's outcome was a fair result," head coach John Trask said. "UC Irvine is a high caliber NCAA tournament team. Our guys learned some lessons tonight, and we will take that with us as we move forward."

 Fast Facts
Ryan Vint ties career high with six saves
• Three Badgers named to all-tournament team
• Two-game swing in Florida up next for Wisconsin

UC Irvine (3-0) scored the game-winner at the 13:06 mark of the game when Corey Attaway tallied his second goal of the season on a header in the box. Jimmy Turner picked up the assist off a throw-in as the Anteaters took the early lead.

Wisconsin (1-1) was led by Vint, who joined senior Aaron Nichols (Woodstock, Ill.) and freshman Chris Prince (Naperville, Ill.) on the UC Irvine College Classic all-tournament team after UW opened the tournament with a 2-1 win over Santa Clara.

The Anteaters outshot the Badgers 13-4, including a 7-2 edge in shots on goal. Freshman Paul Yonga (Brooklyn Park, Minn.) had UW's lone shot on goal of the first half just 6:29 into the game, and senior Jon Rzepka (Kentwood, Mich.) posted a scoring opportunity in the second half.

Freshmen Luke Goodnetter (Elm Grove, Wis.) and Joey Tennyson (Milwaukee, Wis.) saw their first collegiate action against the Anteaters. Of Trask's 13 true freshmen, seven have now seen playing time in the Badgers' first two matches of the season.

Juniors Colin Mani (Madison, Wis.) and Arnel Zahirovic (Melbourne, Australia) and UCI's Miguel Ibarra all picked up yellow cards in the match. Wisconsin had 11 fouls to UC Irvine's eight in the game.

The Badgers travel to Florida for a pair of matches this weekend. UW faces Florida International on Friday at 6 p.m. CT before meeting Florida Atlantic on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. CT.

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