Men's soccer team doesn't make playoffs   

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The Irvine Valley men's soccer team learned that its season had come to an end on Tuesday when it was one of the final squads left out of the Southern California Regional Playoffs.

The bracket was released Tuesday afternoon. The top 14 teams from Southern California based on a power point ranking system make the playoffs each season.

The Lasers finished fourth in the Orange Empire Conference standings and had a record of 12-7-2 overall and 8-5-1 in conference.

IVC lost its final two games of the regular season.

 Only two teams from the OEC made the playoffs - conference champion Santa Ana and second-place Golden West. IVC was led this season by sophomore forward Fredy Razo, who paced the conference in scoring with 18 goals and five assists.

He finished his IVC career with 44 goals. Sophomore forward Brandon Mulhall had eight goals and 10 assists and freshman forward Alex Cannas finished with eight goals and six assists.

Freshman keeper Diego Chacon played in 17 of the team's matches and had a 1.49 goals against average.  

Final 2011 men's soccer stats

2011 So. Cal. Regional Playoff bracket

 

 
Posted by  Nathan Quach  on  11/15/2011
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