Patriots Roll Past Seahawks, 4-0

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Oct. 27, 2002

George Mason scored twice in each half to roll past UNC Wilmington, 4-0, in a Colonial Athletic Association men's soccer game Sunday at George Mason Stadium.

George Mason posted its seventh shutout of the season as it improved to 7-4-3 overall, 2-1-1 in the CAA. UNC Wilmington lost its sixth straight game as it fell to 6-7 overall, 0-6 in the CAA.

Senior Laszlo Juhasz got the Patriots on the scoreboard at 16:06 as he took a pass from freshman Damian O'Rourke and sent a shot off the outside of his right foot into the net for his second goal of the year. O'Rourke got his second goal of the season at 35:48 as he headed in a corner kick by sophomore Danny Climo for a 2-0 Patriot lead at halftime.

Sophomore David Quinn provided a 3-0 lead as he scored his first Mason goal from six yards out at 60:15 off another assist by Climo, who leads the Patriots with five assists this season. Quinn then returned the favor as junior Barry Suber netted his third goal of the year on a 12-yard shot at 71:13 for the final tally of the day.

Sophomore goalkeeper John O'Hara had six saves for the Patriots, but for the first time in his two seasons at Mason, he was substituted for as freshman John Harrington played the final 9:30 of the contest. Senior Bill Mills had one save for UNC Wilmington.

George Mason continues a four-game homestand as it hosts Towson Friday at 7 p.m.



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