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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Results
September 24th, 2007 8AM
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Weekend upsets included No. 2 Connecticut's 1-0 loss at DePaul, No. 8 Creighton's 3-1 defeat to Tulsa at home. Besides UConn and Creighton, Harvard, South Florida and UC Irvine all fell from the unbeaten ranks. For complete Top 25 weekend results and goalscorers ...

FRIDAY, Sept. 21
South Florida 1 (Seabrook 51) Connecticut 2 (White 65, Chijindu 70).
Rutgers 0 Notre Dame 2 (Donohue 35, Miller 65).
Loyola Marymount 3 (Delaney 3, Carroll 46, Baca 64) Harvard 2 (Fucito 62, Akpan 79).
St. John's 1 (Ivo 87) West Virginia 0.
San Diego 2 (Wells 35, Gautrat pen. 81) Brown 3 (Davies 32, 37, Sheehan 64).
Michigan 2 (Marosevic 51, Holody 73) Detroit Mercy 0.
UC Santa Barbara 5 (Nunez 17, Motagalvan 36, Proctor 44, Avila 55, Hedevag 76) Columbia 1 (Johns 36).
UC Irvine 0 Loyola, Ill. 1 (Ferguson 101) (OT).
Gonzaga 2 (Josten 61, Perdido 78) Loyola, Md. 1 (Cantillo 48).
Washington 1 (John 25)Denver 4 (Mathot 11, Christensen 18, Jones 54, Pearce 64).

SATURDAY, Sept. 22
Clemson 0 Wake Forest 1(Arnoux 64).
N.C. State 2 (Cisse 17, Di Luado 69) Virginia 2(Neinken 58, Reyering 62) (OT).
Santa Clara 2 (Lowry 86, Cosgriff 91) UCLA 1 (Zaher 38) (OT).
Creighton 1 (Travis 37)Tulsa 3 (Goddard 67, 87 Burkholder 75).
San Francisco 0 New Mexico 2 (Davis 29, Wright 51).
North Carolina 1 (Callahan 24) Boston College 2 (Bedoya 87, Konicoff 91) (OT).
Santa Clara 2 (Lowry 86, Cosgriff 91) UCLA 1 (Zaher 38).
Indiana 1 (Balchan 59) UAB 2 (Jakovic 12, 89).
SMU 3 (Dane Saintus 66, Geppert 72, Guarda pen. 110) Oral Roberts 2 (Apitz 68, Schmoker 77) (OT).
Duke 2 (Dugoni 56, Grossman 109) Maryland 1 (Yates 63) (OT).
William & Mary 1 (Thomas 3) Virginia Tech 1 (Zehender 85) (OT).
Bradley 0 Saint Louis 2(Hamzagic 75, Wisniewski 76).
Gonzaga 1 (Garre 45) Northern Illinois 0.

SUNDAY, Sept. 23
DePaul 1 (Vroom 86) Connecticut 0.
Villanova 0 Notre Dame 1 (Brovsky 51).
UC Santa Barbara 1 (Pontius 75) Harvard 1 (Akpan 58) (OT).
Syracuse 0 West Virginia 1 (Paradise 107) (OT).
Brown 2 (Davies 57, 65) UC Irvine 2 (Murphy pen. 70, pen. 84) (OT).
Ohio State 0 Northwestern 4 (Bellizzi 24, 63, Patt 55, 62).
Michigan 2 (Cameron 19, Marosevic 34) Wisconsin 2 (Bultman 7, Diaz 29) (OT).
South Florida 3 (Aristeguieta 2, Anor 13, Seabrook 90) Providence 1 (Medcalf 49).
Washington 1 (Forrest 96)Furman 0 (OT).

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

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