No. 2 Simon Fraser 9, Trinity Lutheran 0

BURNABY, B.C. -- Simon Fraser wrapped up the non-conference portion of ITS schedule by remaining undefeated with a convincing 9-0 win against Trinity Lutheran on Saturday afternoon at Terry Fox Field.

The game winner was scored early in this match, as Carlo Basso scored it with his first goal of the season in the opening minute of the game on a penalty kick.

The score remained 3-0 for SFU until the 70th minute but then the home side exploded for three more goals within the course of the next 10 minutes. In the final 10 minutes of the contest, Paden added two more goals to complete the hat trick and Ferritto one to give the Clan their nine goal victory.

No. 3 C.W. Post 2, Bloomfield 0 

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Scoreless after one period of play, the third-ranked C.W. Post notched two second-half goals Saturday en route to a 2-0 blanking of Bloomfield at the Purple Knight Classic in Bridgeport, Conn. Junior forward Eivind Austboe picked up his fourth game-winner in as many contests in the victory.

Austboe, who has now accumulated 14 points through the first four games, recorded the deciding tally in the 77th minute. He ripped a shot past Bloomfield (0-3) freshman keeper Arthur Clapot from the middle of the 18-yard box, off a feed from senior back Eirik Bjoernoe.

In the final seconds, C.W. Post got some much-needed insurance. With 21 short ticks to go, senior forward Cemil Turan gave a pass to sophomore midfielder Matias Ruiz who struck for his first marker of the 2013 campaign, and closed things out.

For the game, the Pioneers held a 17-7 advantage in shots, and a 9-4 edge in corner kicks. Individually, Austboe led all players with five shots, two were on goal.

Francis Marion 3, No. 4 Flagler 1

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Sven Ricke and Shahin Hemat scored a pair of first half goals which would be all that Francis Marion would need to upset No. 4 Flagler College in the Peach Belt Conference men's soccer opener for both teams Saturday night at Saints Field.

Francis Marion remains undefeated with a 2-0-1 overall record and Flagler suffered its second consecutive set-back and dropped to 2-2-0. Flagler had won the previous four meetings against Francis Marion.

Hemat's goal proved to be the game-winner. Pascal Magiera passed from the top right corner of the box to the middle to Hemat who buried a shot into the bottom left corner of the goal in the 39th minute to give the Patriots a 2-0 lead.

Flagler cut into the deficit when Marco Warren gathered a loose pass at the top of the box and blasted a shot from 16 yards out and the Saints trailed 2-1 in the 55th minute.

Cody Farrier gave the Patriots an insurance goal in the 73rd minute as he received a touch pass into the middle of the box and he chipped the Flagler keeper.

The shots were nearly even, but Flagler held a 16-14 advantage. The corner kicks were one-sided as the Saints came out ahead, 9-2. Flagler committed 10 fouls and Francis Marion nine.

No. 8 Notre Dame (Ohio) 2, Wheeling Jesuit 1

WHEELING, W. Va. -- Notre Dame (Ohio) opened Mountain East Conference play with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory against Wheeling Jesuit.

The No.8 Falcons (4-0) faced challenging field conditions and a their first deficit of the season, but were able to fight back and claim their fourth victory of the season.

The first half was a scrappy affair with both teams struggling to bring the ball down and play on the grass surface.

The game took off in the second half after the Falcons fell behind just 48 seconds into the half, after David Healy connected on a Luke Roan cross to give the Cardinals the lead.

Reymar Klochko-Khoo again provided the break through for the Falcons. The freshman has now scored in three consecutive games for the Falcons. Kochko-Khoo managed to get on the end of an Adam Mitchell throw in and headed into the roof of the net.

At 1-1 both teams pushed for the game winner with the Falcons taking the decisive lead with 5 minutes remaining when Adam Mitchell was rewarded for his persistence and patience as he scored from six yards out. The goal was Mitchell's third goal in two games.

The Falcons outshot the Cardinals 15-6.

No. 10 Wingate 2, Carson-Newman 1

JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. -- Wingate freshman defender Alex Nelson scored with less than five minutes to go in the second overtime to give the visiting Bulldogs a 2-1 victory at Carson-Newman in South Atlantic Conference men's soccer action Saturday night. The 10th-ranked Bulldogs improve to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in the SAC, while Carson-Newman falls to 1-1 overall and 0-1 in the conference.

The Eagles got on the board first, with Nick Skoda scoring 5:03 into the contest, on the assist from Lucas Siqueira. Carson-Newman would hold a 1-0 advantage at halftime.

Wingate nearly tied the contest midway through the second half when a shot from sophomore midfielder Shaun Gadsby Hit the crossbar.

The Bulldogs found the back of the net with 1:12 remaining in regulation, when junior forward Peron Da Silva scored his second goal of the season to tie the match 1-1 and send it to overtime.

After a scoreless first overtime, the Bulldogs would win the contest when Nelson netted his first career goal in the final minutes of the second overtime.

Wingate out-shot Carson-Newman 18-12 on the night, out-shooting the Eagles 14-5 in the second half and two overtime periods. The Bulldogs also held a 13-7 advantage in shots on goal. Junior goalkeeper Daniel DeGraff had six saves for the Bulldogs. Rumwald Le Guevel had 11 saves for the Eagles.