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September 23, 2009

Bulls doing his thing at UMBC

Flipping through the channels on Tuesday night, I stumbled upon a familiar scene on the local news while catching some college soccer highlights: Andrew Bulls celebrating a goal.

Bulls, now a sophomore at UMBC, was a standout at McDonogh, earning All-Metro honors as a senior midfielder in 2007.

On Tuesday, he scored on a free kick from 20-plus yards out to lead the undefeated Retrievers (8-0) to a 1-0 win over Loyola.

Bulls, who has 10 goals and five assists this season, also scored a game-winner in a 1-0 win against Towson last week.

The Retrievers also are getting fine play from freshman Phil Saunders (Perry Hall) in goal. He came up with three big saves in Tuesday's win and has allowed just three goals all season.

Posted by Glenn Graham at 10:52 AM | | Comments (1)
Categories: Boys soccer


The school in the DC suburbs' soccer team gets the top two stories in the sports section and UMBC's undefeated season thus far with wins over three local rivals warrants nothing more than a brief blog entry? Which one of these schools has the only undefeated team in men's Division I soccer right now?

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