Men's soccer loses to #2-New Mexico, 5-1

Randy Poggio picked up an assist
in his first game back in
several weeks.
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San Jose, Calif.-----Nationally-ranked University of New Mexico scored three first-half goals in just under seven minutes in the first half en route to a 5-1 victory over San Jose State University in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation men’s soccer match.

The Lobos (14-1-1, 8-1-1 MPSF), ranked as high as second nationally in one poll, posted their third win in a row and remained unbeaten in their last four contests.

Brandon Moss opened the scoring for New Mexico at the 25:02 mark. Hans Bevers added a score at 30:08 and Andrew Boyens concluded the scoring flurry for the Lobos at 31:57.

Tim McKinney scored San Jose State’s only goal at 69:02 after New Mexico’s Patrick Grange gave the Lobos a 4-0 lead at 67:42. McKinney’s goal was his team-high sixth of the season.

Andrew Weber was credited with five saves for New Mexico. He has given up just nine goals in 16 games this season.

Daniel Benton made three saves in goal for San Jose State (5-11-1, 4-6 MPSF), which lost its second straight game.

Scoring 1 2 Total
New Mexico (14-4-1, 8-1-1 MPSF) 3 2 5
San Jose State (5-11-1, 4-6 MPSF) 0 1 1
Scoring summary
UNM – Brandon Moss (Lance Watson, Jeff Krause), 25:02
UNM – Hans Bevers (Blake Danaher), 30:08
UNM – Andrew Boyens (Unassisted), 31:57
UNM – Patrick Grange (Unassisted), 67:42
SJSU – Tim McKinney (Randy Poggio), 69:02
UNM – Erik Bagwell (Ben Gantenbein), 89:42

Shots – New Mexico 15, San Jose State 11

Goalkeeper saves – New Mexico (Andrew Weber 5), San Jose State (Daniel Benton 3)

Fouls – New Mexico 9, San Jose State 13