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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Results
September 17th, 2007 8:15AM
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Note:Rankings are last week's rankings.

FRIDAY, Sept. 14
#4SMU 1 (Dane Saintus 83) #13 UC Santa Barbara 2 (O'Brien 34, Avila 97) (OT).
#7Santa Clara 1 (Lowry 90) Stanford 1 (Bolkan 86) (OT).
#10 UCLA 3 (Griffin 9, Stephens pen. 20, Leopoldo 52) Ohio State 1 (own goal 62).
#11 Harvard 2 (own goal 3, Akpan 47) Boston Univ. 1 (Schultz 50).
#12 Gonzaga 0 #20 Wisconsin 1 (Caronna 13).
#17 Northwestern 3 (Eliason 49, Fallon 66, Voigt 67) Butler 0.
#19 Michigan 4 (Fuzetti 39, Stacy 44, Holody 64, Schmitt 90) Kentucky 0.
Tulsa 2 (Goodard 10, Taylor 50) #21 Virginia Tech 3 (Reed 34, Nyarko 84, Collier 90).
San Francisco 2 (Chinn 11, 50) #23 California 1 (Ayala -Hil 6).
#24 UC Irvine 3 (Macedo 49, Terrazas 56, Murphy 59) Sacramento State 1 (Carranza 40).

SATURDAY, Sept. 15
#1 Wake Forest 1 (Tracy 78) Louisville 0.
#2 Connecticut 1 (Priestley 97) Georgetown 0 (OT).
Saint Louis 2 (Grazier 42, Patterson 60) #3 Indiana 1 (Ring 26).
#5Duke 0 #15 West Virginia 1 (Paradise 76).
Boston College 2 (Manswell 20, 43) #6 Maryland 0.
Marquette 0 #8 Notre Dame 1 (Traynor 9).
#18 Creighton 1 (Dacy 92) Loyola Marymount 0 (OT).
#22 South Florida 6 (Schoendorf 4, 41, 90, Anor 26, 46, 72) American 1 (Smith 5).

SUNDAY, Sept. 16
#4 SMU 0 Washington 2 (John 52, Forrest 84).
#23 California 0 #7 Santa Clara 0 (OT).
#9 Virginia 1 (LaBauex 97) St. John's 0 (OT).
#10 UCLA 4 (Zaher 7, Griffin 55, 77, 82) Penn State 1 (Costigliola 64).
#11 Harvard 2 (Akpan 55, Grimm 65) Massachusetts 1 (Amick 88).
#12 Gonzaga 2 (Josten 56, Barclay 60) UW-Milwaukee 1 (Lins 45).
New Mexico 2 (Wright 9, Barrera 82) #13 UC Santa Barbara 1 (Pontius 29).
#14 Ohio State 6(Magill 2, Brunner 11, Izizarry 17, Edwatds 32, Gold 72, Kustos 76) Cal State Fullerton 1 (Thuresson 4).
#16 Brown 1 (Sheehan 60) Rhode Island 0.
#18 Northwestern 3 (Roth 33, Ratner 49, Bellizzi 81) UMKC 0.
#19 Michigan 5 (Schmitt 3, Quijano 13, Marosevic 58, Cameron 79, 89) FIU 1 (own goal 79).
#20 Wisconsin 1 (Bultman 56) Drake 3 (Gorczyca 8, Noonan 29, Webb 71).
#21 Virginia Tech 3 (Hock 28, Boland 42, 88)Oral Roberts 1 (Chang 80).
#24 UC Irvine 3 (Bailey 11, Thompson 54, own goal 95) San Jose State 2(Ibarra 57, Moore 70).



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