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1. Washington is only unbeaten and untied men's team
September 25th, 2006 1:24AM



Washington is the only unbeaten and untied NCAA Division I men's team after Virginia lost at North Carolina, 2-1, on Saturday and Clemson was tied by N.C. State, 0-0, on Sunday.

The Huskies moved to 8-0-0 with a 3-1 win over visiting Oregon State. UW put the Beavers away early with three goals from Ely Allen, Kevin Forrest and Matt Fischer in a 14-minute stretch in the first half.

Scott Campbell and Eddie Ababio scored second-half goals to lead North Carolina to its win over then-No. 1 Virginia Friday night in front of 3,223 fans at Fetzer Field. It was the second time in 24 hours a Carolina team had beaten a No. 1 team at home. The Heels beat Florida State, 2-1, in women's action Thursday night. Adam Cristman scored on a header in the 83rd minute for the only goal for Virginia, which fell to 8-1-0.

Clemson dropped to 8-0-1 with the tie at N.C. State. The Wolfpack limited the highly touted Clemson offense to only three shots on goal, Tiger keeper Phil Marfuggi came up big in the first half with saves on Jorge Mora and El Hadj Cisse.

SMU moved up from No. 3 to No. 1 in the Soccer America Men's Top 25. The Mustangs (10-0-1) remained unbeaten with a 3-0 victory over Saint Louis Friday evening in St. Louis and a 2-1 win at UMKC on Sunday. In the win over SLU, SMU got goals from Jay Needham, Jeff Harwell and Mynor Gonzalez.

Once again, Maryland's youngsters came through. Freshman Jeremy Hall and sophomore Graham Zusi scored a pair of late goals for the Terrapins to lead them to a 2-1 come-from-behind win against Wake Forest on Saturday night in front of a Spry Stadium record crowd of 4,413 spectators. Hall's goal was the fourth of the season and it was the sixth for Zusi. The Terps improved to 8-1-0 with the win.

UCLA possibly lost two stars -- Maxwell Griffin, last week's Soccer America Player of the Week, and U.S. U-20 player Tony Beltran -- for the season in its 3-1 loss to California Friday. Griffin went down with a possible ACL injury, and Beltran left the game after an ankle injury flared up. Neither player played in the Bruins' 1-1 tie at Stanford on Sunday.

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