DAVIS, Calif. - Junior utility Ido Goldschmidt scored a game-high four goals while the Anderson brothers, Marcus and Keenan, each added hat tricks, helping 10th-ranked UC Davis to a 20-2 victory over Concordia in Western Water Polo Association men’s action at Schaal Aquatics Center Sunday afternoon.The Aggies improve to 12-5 overall and 4-0 in WWPA play. The Eagles fall to 8-8 for the year, 2-2 in conference. Goldschmidt completed a power play in the first quarter, added a second goal to end the second, then netted back-to-back in the third for a total of four tallies. Marcus Anderson converted 6-on-5 opportunities in each of the first two frames, then hit his third midway through the final quarter. Keenan Anderson scored all three during a nine-minute stretch in the second half. Sophomore Max Somple and redshirt freshman Jack Stafford chipped in two goals each for UC Davis. Yurii Hanley, Colter Knight, Morgan Olson-Fabbro, Cory Laidig, Holden Tamblyn and Spencer Galli also scored. Freshman Jonah Addington recorded eight saves with a pair of steals in front of the Aggie cage. UC Davis never trailed in the contest, scoring four straight to start, then moving out to a 7-2 halftime lead after CUI cut the deficit to 4-2 during the second. The Aggies scored 16 unanswered from the 4:25 mark of the second quarter through the end, including 13-0 after the break. The 18-goal winning margin is the largest ever for UC Davis in a conference game, and tied for second in school history, along with a 20-2 win over Harvard in 2011 and a 19-1 drubbing of Fresno Pacific in 2007. Only last year’s 23-4 win over George Washington had a wider gap. The Aggies pause conference play to compete in Santa Clara’s Julian Fraser Memorial on October 21-22. They will face St. Francis, Wagner, Harvard and Bucknell.
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