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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- The No. 11 Texas A&M Aggies succumbed to an 83rd minute goal, dropping a 1-0 decision to the No. 15 UCLA Bruins in front of the third-largest crowd in school history.The Aggies drew 5,875 for their annual Fish Camp Night, a tally that ranks ninth in the NCAA Division I record books for non-NCAA Tournament match attendance.The Bruins scored the lone goal of the match with 7:58 remaining in the second half. MacKenzie Cerda started the scoring play at the left of the penalty arc. She sent a pass across the top of the box to Anika Rodriguez on the right side of the arc. Rodriguez took one dribble and slotted a pass to Chloe Castaneda entering the penalty box from the right corner. She found a shooting window and fired from 15 yards, hitting the right upper 90 for the 1-0 lead.UCLA had an opportunity to add another goal in the 85th minute, but Texas A&M goalkeeper Danielle Rice stonewalled Annie Alvarado on a penalty kick to keep the score at 1-0.Rice came up with five saves on the afternoon, as did UCLAs Teagan Micah who recorded her second shutout of the season.For the match, Texas A&M owned an 11-8 edge in corner kicks, but were unable to convert the opportunities into goal. The Bruins held an 18-11 edge in shots and a slight 6-5 margin in shots-on-goal.UCLA had the only shot-on-goal in the opening stanza, but Texas A&M had the best opportunity to score. In the eighth minute, Haley Pounds sent a pass in to the six-yard box from the right side, finding a charging Emily Bates. Bates got a foot on it, but was upended by late-arriving defender Kaiya McCullough, forcing the shot just wide right.The Aggies came out of the intermission with a flurry, Bates and Pounds ripping off menacing shots, with Bates coming from six-yards, but Micah made saves on both efforts in the first three minutes of the second half.Cienna Arrieta forced Micah to make a pair of brilliant, one on a ripped shot from 20 yards in the 57th minute and another on a point-blank corner kick header in the 58th minute.The Aggies return to action Sunday when they host the Tulsa Golden Hurricane in a 6 pm match at Ellis Field. Max Scherzer Jersey . Coach Mike Munchak says Fokou stretched ligaments in his left knee Oct. 13 against Seattle, which could keep out up to five weeks even though the linebacker didnt need surgery. Cheap MLB Jerseys .com) - Manchester City midfielder David Silva is expected to miss the next four weeks because of a calf problem. . Louis Blues absence from top spot in the TSN. Adam Eaton Jersey .com) - Manchester City midfielder David Silva is expected to miss the next four weeks because of a calf problem. Cheap Washington Nationals Jerseys . The third-ranked Ivanovic, who won the event in 2008 and 10, served five aces and broke Wickmayer, also a former winner in 2009, five times. "The result looked easier than it really was," Ivanovic said. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Olympic boxing is bloody again.Men are fighting without headgear for the first time in 36 years, making the sport debatably safer and undoubtedly more attractive to fans. But the most tangible consequence is gore: More than a dozen boxers at the Rio Games have already incurred significant facial cuts in the first six days of the tournament.Algerian middleweight Ilyas Abbadi was unsure how he got the 1 1/2-inch gash outside his left eye during his victory over Congos Mpi Ngamissengue on Tuesday, but blood trickled down his face during the bout. The cleaned-up wound still gaped to reveal bloody tissue afterward, and he could only hope his training staff could close it satisfactorily before his next fight Friday.Now I know the value of the headgear, Abbadi said through a translator. I think for the amateurs, that would be better. I would prefer to fight with headgear, but this is how it is.The Olympics are the amateur games biggest showcase by far, and the sport desperately hoped a major cut wont ruin a fighters hopes through medical disqualification. It happened for the first time Thursday, when a 2-inch cut near Armenian welterweight Vladimir Margaryans right eye forced the stoppage of his bout with Cuban gold medalist Roniel Iglesias after just 87 seconds.Margaryans coach, Karen Aghamalyan, said his fighter already had a cut from his first Olympic bout four days earlier. Ringside physicians couldnt close the gash when it re-opened in the first minute against Iglesias, who was a heavy favorite.In pro boxing, the sight of blood on a fighters face and chest is common -- and an undeniable part of the sports primal lure. But that visceral reminder of the sports inherent violence had been rare in the modern amateur game until the International Boxing Association (AIBA) removed headgear from its fighters in 2013, citing scientific studies claiming protective padding actually increases brain injury.Although AIBA has worked to improve its boxers fighting styles to minimize head clashes, cuts have become a steady occurrence at major tournaments ever since, often when two skulls collide in an up-close exchange of punches.The absence of headgear has led to several grisly, compelling scenes in preliminary bouts.Russias Adlan Abdurashidov and Algerias Reda Benbaziz both were cut Tuesday during their lightweight bout, which was stopped twice in the second round for Abdurashidov to receive medical attention. Blood dripped steadily from Benbazizs face in the third.The guy was using his head a lot, and he received a warning from the judge, Benbaziz said after winning the decision despite a 2-inch cut through his right eyebrow, which was already swelling moments after the bout. Yeah, it will aaffect my next fight, but we will have to fight with an injury.dddddddddddd. I wish I could be using the headguard.Abdurashidov could only grimace in frustration, blood caked to his upper chest above his tank top.The first minute after the cut, it was very uncomfortable for me, Abdurashidov said. I took some punches because of my eye. It was from a head-butt. Usually, its very good to fight without headgear, but today it was a minus. In general, its better for me without.Abdurashidov echoed the feelings of many fighters, who appear to be roughly split on the change. Despite the risk, many boxers prefer the increased peripheral vision and freedom of movement allowed by an uncovered head.I dont like getting cut, but I prefer to fight without headgear, said Irelands David Oliver Joyce, who was left bloodied by a clash of heads in his loss to Azerbaijans Albert Selimov. Im more of a pro-style boxer, and for the past couple of years, the amateur system suited me.Amateur boxers began wearing headgear between the 1980 Moscow Games and the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Organizers believed the cushions around the skull and cheeks would cut down on concussions and other serious head injuries, but they also protected fighters from bloody damage, allowing them to compete in a multi-fight tournament with almost no cuts.With fighters faces hidden behind bulky padding, the amateur sport gradually lost its long-held status as a must-see Olympic event. The headgear era roughly coincided with the move to a computer-based, punch-counting scoring system.Both factors contributed to Olympic boxings evolution into a sometimes plodding sport derided as fencing with gloves, with fighters rewarded for light punches and elusiveness over power, toughness and combinations.AIBA has returned to a pro-style scoring system since the London Games. The resulting sport is more attractive in almost every manner, and the bouts in Rio have generally been more compelling -- but the blood on the fighters faces portends a potential problem.Professional boxers get several months of recovery time between bouts. Olympic boxers must fight up to five times in a nine-day span, with no time for significant cuts to heal in any meaningful way.So fighters will punch and pray.Russian bantamweight Vladimir Nikitin bled all over himself while beating Vanuatus Boe Warawara on Wednesday. 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