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Wheaton women extend streak to 26 straight wins
September 19th, 2007 8AM
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[SMALL COLLEGE WOMEN] Wheaton (Ill.) remained undefeated with a 2-0 win over Trinity (Texas) on Monday night at Joe Bean Stadium. The win was Wheaton's 26th consecutive victory, tying the Thunder with Heidelberg for the fourth longest win-streak in NCAA Division III history.

Wheaton sophomore Taryne Lee broke a scoreless tie in the 43rd minute when she scored her sixth goal of the season. Brittany Bergh added an insurance goal, her third of the season, for the top-ranked Thunder.

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The surprise in the South this season has been Armstrong Atlantic State, which beat regional NCAA Division II women's power Carson-Newman, 3-1, on a hat trick by sophomore Kristin Burton and followed up on that win with a 2-0 victory over Catawba and a 5-0 win over Clayton State. Burton added three more goals to give her eight in five games.

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The fall has been quick for Rochester's women's team. The The Yellowjackets won their first three games of the season to climb into the No. 5 spot in the NCAA Division III rankings, but they have lost their next three games, most recently a 2-1 decision to neighbor RIT on Tuesday.



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