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September 17th, 2007 8:15AM
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FRIDAY, Sept. 14
#1
Santa Clara 2
(Lewis 87, Reynolds 104) #15 Rutgers 1 (Allessio 29).
VCU 0 #2 North Carolina 4 (Averbuch 17, Nogueira 19, Long 49, Gilbert 67).
#3 Stanford 3 (Summers 44, Redman 53, Falk 88) #23 Missouri 2(Andrighetto 50, Collins 77).
#4 Portland 2(Chandhole 27, Enyeart 39) Kansas 0.
#5 Texas A&M 2 (Cooper 32, Cydne 42) #19 West Virginia 1 (Banks 88).
#6 Texas 6 (Moore 17, Carpenter 51, 54, Arlitt 52, Lee 76, Anderson 82) UT-San Antonio 0.
San Diego 0 #7 UCLA 0
(OT).
#8 Virginia 4 (Foley 8, 51, Sauerbrunn 55, Quinn 69) Colorado 0.
#9 Notre Dame 4  (Cinalli 26, 77, Weissenhofer 60, Hanks 72) Princeton 2 (Valerio 22, Om 76).
#10 Boston College 1 (Henderson 29) UW-Milwaukee 0.
Illinois 1 (Masar 84) #11 Florida 0.
Charlotte 0 #13 South Carolina 2 (Mollon 56, 71).
Cal State Fullerton 2 (Byler 47, Boujos 103) #14 California 1 (Wieger 55) (OT).
#16 Oklahoma State 0 Washington State 1(Fox 4).
#17BYU 1 (Larkin 64) Wisconsin 0.
#20Tennessee 2(Redberg 2, Rossi 63) Nebraska 0.
#21 Penn State 1 (Schoepfer 56) James Madison 0.
Wake Forest 2 (Hutchinson 12, Winslow 46) #22 Louisville 0. 
#24Purdue 3(Eyorokon 11, 59, Stapleton 30) Morehead State 0. 
#25Arizona 4(Day 4, Marquez 45, King 76, Namdar 82) New Mexico 1 (Norbiga 84).
#25 Clemson 2 (Fortier 54, Gerth 84) Furman 1 (Krankowski 80).
#25Marquette 3(Zwolski 29, Bares 48, 77) Loyola, Md. 1 (Cooke 45).

SATURDAY, Sept. 15
#12Florida State 3 (Yamaguchi 9, Kazbour 40, Sutton 63) Auburn 0.

SUNDAY, Sept. 16
#1Santa Clara 2 (Lewis 33, Estrada 73) #23 Missouri 1 (Collins 6).
#2 North Carolina 0 William & Mary 1 (Zimmeck 85).
#3 Stanford 4 (Summers 4, Redman 10, Press 61, George 69) #15 Rutgers 1 (Lang 84). 
#4 Portland 1(Budge 81) Yale 0.
#21 Penn State 1 (Schoepfer 86) #5 Texas A&M 1 (Carmichael 35) (OT).         
Cal State Northridge 1 (Tarik 87) #7 UCLA 3 (Cheney 27, 85, Mac Kechnie 73).
#8 Virginia 4 (Farrelly 4, Foley 7, Lenczyk 27, Falk 89) Arizona 0.
#9 Notre Dame 1 (Hanks 69) #16 Oklahoma State 2 (Strawser 22, Jackson 92) (OT).
#10 Boston College 0 Syracuse 0 (OT).
Drake 0 #11 Florida 2 (Harris 57, K.Hudson 64).
#13
South Carolina 2(Dabbenigno 32, DiazMatosas 54) Furman 0.  
San Diego 0 #14 California 2(Morgan 53, Lea 86).
#18 Colorado 0 New Mexico 0 (OT).
#19
West Virginia 5 (Banks 14, Bonilla 26, Harris 44, Everrett 50, Cocchi 67) Xavier 1 (McGoldrick 90).
USC 0 #20 Tennessee 0 (OT).
#22 Louisville 2(Smyth 15, Hunyadi 85) Ohio State 0.
#24 Purdue 4(Sarbaugh 9, Schroeder 27, 28, Forbes 76) Bowling Green 0.
#25 Charlotte 3 (Weinraub 71, Mees 77, Ozimek 83) Clemson 1 (Jobe 89).
#25 Marquette 4 (Benage 4, Bares 30, Zwolski 47, Arenberg 90) Rhode Island 0.

Note: Rankings are last week's rankings.

(The Soccer America Top 25 appears in the College Soccer Reporter each Monday morning during the regular season.)

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