The Cal State Fullerton men's soccer team set a school record for goals by defeating visiting Concordia, 12-0, Tuesday night.
It was the highest-scoring game since Fullerton moved to Division I in 1975 and the most goals for the Titans since a 9-0 victory over Nevada Las Vegas in 1992.
Duncan Oughton and Tim Donnelly each scored two goals for Fullerton. Hunter Lindsey scored his first goal in four years. The Titans, ranked 18th in NCAA Division I, is 13-4-1. Concordia, an NAIA Division I team, is 4-16.
In Golden State Athletic Conference women's volleyball:
Biola 3, Concordia 2--Erin Shevlin had 21 kills and 28 digs for host Concordia, which lost, 15-17, 15-8, 11-15, 15-6, 15-11. Theresa Gunsaulus had 58 assists for Concordia (18-12, 7-10).