NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Senior midfielder Diego Tabares scored a pair of goals to lift No. 2 Franklin Pierce to a satisfying 3-1 road win against Southern Connecticut State. The win ran the Ravens’ record to 10-0 overall and 6-0 in the Northeast-10, while SCSU dipped to 4-5 and 3-3 in league play.

Tabares has been on a hot streak, offensively, over the past three matches as he has scored four goals and assisted on another for nine points. He isn’t the only Raven to be on an offensive roll over the past three matches as classmate Victor Goncalves has put his name on the score sheet frequently with two goals and two assists for six points during that span. Both players were at it again Wednesday night in helping to guide the Ravens to victory.

Goncalves got the scoring started in the 21st minute when he dribbled deep into the box and slipped a shot low side underneath the Owls goalkeeper for a 1-0 Franklin Pierce lead. It was Goncalves’ fifth goal of the season, which also gave him 13 points for the campaign.

No. 3 Simon Fraser 4, BYU Hawaii 1
Waipio, Hawaii -- Brigham Young Hawaii suffered its second loss in a row today, losing 4-1 to highly-ranked Simon Fraser in a non-conference match.  The Seasiders were out-shot 19-8 in the match as they fell to 5-2-1 for the season.

Simon Fraser scored in the 5th minute and followed that up with a second goal in the 24th minute to take a 2-0 lead into halftime.  They struck quickly to open the second half with a goal in the 48th minute before the Seasiders broke through on the scoreboard.  Senior Eric Lowe took a short pass off a free kick by Kamuela Kamoe in the 49th minute and drilled a shot into the net for BYU-Hawaii to cut the deficit to 3-1.  However, Simon Fraser, now 10-0 for the season, answered with a goal in the 61st minute to complete the scoring for the match.