College Cup 2012, San Diego vs. Georgetown final score: Hoyas advance with 3-1 win

Georgetown advanced to the semifinals of the 2012 College Cup on Saturday, after defeating San Diego, 3-1.

The Georgetown Hoyas advanced to the semifinals of the 2012 College Cup on Saturday, after defeating the San Diego Toreros in the quarterfinals, 3-1.

San Diego took a 1-0 lead at the start of the second half, when Blake Milton scored on a header goal, 49:31 into the game. The Toreros' lead was short lived, as the Hoyas bounced back almost immediately. Brandon Allen scored his 16th goal of the season at the 50:36 mark -- just over one minute after San Diego took the lead.

Georgetown took the lead in the 72nd minute, when Melvin Snoh scored his first goal of the season.

Steve Neumann assisted on both Allen and Snoh's goals.

The Hoyas added the coup de grâce in the 87th minute, when Andy Riemer notched his ninth goal of the season, giving Georgetown a 3-1 lead with just minutes left to play.

Georgetown will face the winner of the Louisville-Maryland game in the semifinals, next Friday, Dec. 7. The semifinals and final will be held in Hoover, Ala.

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