3-Game Mini Plan - Men's Basketball
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Men's Soccer Plays Host to Central Florida and Cal State Fullerton This Weekend
Courtesy: George Mason Athletics
Release: 09/15/2011

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MEN'S SOCCER vs. No. 8/10 CENTRAL FLORIDA
WHEN:
Friday, 8 p.m.
WHERE:
George Mason Stadium
RECORDS:
George Mason (2-2-1), Central Florida (5-0)
SERIES RECORDS:
Series tied 1-1-0
LAST MEETING:
9/4/87, Mason def. Central Florida 3-2
LIVE STATS:
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LIVE VIDEO:
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MEN'S SOCCER vs. No. 24 CAL STATE FULLERTON
WHEN:
Sunday, 4 p.m.
WHERE:
George Mason Stadium
RECORDS:
George Mason (2-2-1), Cal State Fullerton (4-0-1) *as of 9/15/11
*Both teams play Friday
SERIES RECORDS:
First Meeting
LAST MEETING:
First Meeting
LIVE STATS:
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LIVE VIDEO:
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TICKETS
Adult: $5

Youth (18 & Under): $2

Seniors (62 & Above): $2

Mason Faculty/Staff w/ valid ID: $2
Mason Students w/ valid ID: FREE

The 2011 Fall Sports Season Pass, which includes admission into men's soccer, women's soccer and women's volleyball home contests, is currently on sale for only $30. Fans can purchase the season pass online at GoMason.com or by calling the Mason Athletic Ticket Office at 703-993-3270.

PROMOTIONS
Friday, September 16 vs. Central Florida, 8 p.m.

*GAME OF THE WEEK - Free Wingstock T-Shirt and Wings for students courtesy of Hard Times Café

*Halftime wing eating contest
*DC United Night - Appearances by DC United player(s) and mascot with prizes and giveaways
*Youth Soccer Night - Celebrate US Youth Soccer month with giveaways
*Friday Night Launch Party - T-Shirts will be tossed into the crowd throughout the game

NEWS & NOTES
It's a full weekend of soccer action as the George Mason men's and women's soccer teams host doubleheaders on both Friday and Sunday this weekend at George Mason Stadium. The men's team will be in action Friday night at 8 p.m. welcoming Central Florida and will face Cal State Fullerton on Sunday at 4 p.m.

Mason returns home from the Brown Soccer Classic last weekend and is coming off a 2-2 draw against Holy Cross. Julio Arjona and Verneri Valimaa both scored for the Patriots.

Central Florida, ranked 8th in the country by Soccer America and No. 10 in the NSCAA poll this week, enters Friday's match coming off a 5-2 routing at Mercer. The Knights are led by McKauly Tulloch who has eight goals on the season.

Cal State Fullerton is receiving votes in the latest NSCAA poll and cracked the Soccer America Top 25 poll this week, coming in at No. 24. The Titans last defeated San Francisco on Sunday by a margin of 2-0. With three goals on the season, Kevin Venegas paces the team's offense.


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