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Bulls Continues to Lead Nation in Scoring; Men's Soccer Heads to Boston for Wednesday Night Clash With Terriers
UMBC sophomore forward Andrew Bulls (McDonogh) continues to lead the nation in goals and points per game, according to the latest NCAA Menís Soccer statistics released on Oct. 19, 2009. Junior linemate Levi Houapeu (Watkins Mill) is third in points per game and fourth in assists per contest.
The Retrievers (10-3-0, 1-2 America East) departed Tuesday for Wednesday eveningís America East match at
Bulls has registered 15 goals (1.15 per game) and six assists and leads the nation with 2.77 points per game. His goal total is the most for a Retriever since Derek McElligott scored 15 in 2003 and is the sixth-most in a single season in school history. He also drew an assist on Houapeuís goal on Saturday, and now has at least three points in six games this season.
Houapeu recorded his tenth goal of the season vs. Longwood and leads the team with nine assists. He is averaging 2.23 points per contest.
UMBC is fourth in the country in scoring, averaging 2.46 goals per outing.