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San Jose, Calif. - This week the San José State men’s soccer team travels to Seattle, Wash., to take on the Redhawks of Seattle U. in each team’s regular-season finale.
SAN JOSÉ STATE UNIVERSITY (3-11-3, 3-5-1 WAC)
at Seattle U. (7-8-4, 6-0-3 WAC)
Saturday, November 9, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Championship Field - Seattle, Wash.
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SCOUTING SEATTLE U.
The Redhawks enter the week with a 7-8-4 record, 6-0-3 in Western Athletic Conference action. They currently sit atop the conference’s West Division and are the only team who are unbeaten in WAC play. Last weekend they tied 1-1 at HBU and defeated UMKC 4-3.
These sides met in last year’s MPSF regular-season finale. The Spartans won the match 3-0 in Spartan Stadium. Earlier this year, Seattle U defeated SJSU 4-0.
The Redhawks leading scorer is Miguel Gonzalez (12 G, 2 A - 26 PTS), he also leads the league in goals, shots and points. Eight other SU players have found the back of the net led by Hamza Haddadi, with four strikes.
Jake Feener has played every minute in goal for the Redhawks. In 19 matches and has a 8-7-4 record. His GAA is 1.42 and save % is .814.
Head Coach Peter Fewing is in his 20th season leading the Seattle U program. He brought a 220-125-26 career record into this season.