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September 24th, 2007 8AM
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FRIDAY, Sept. 21
Arizona State 0 Santa Clara 1 (Bosio 46).
Colorado 0 Stanford 1 (Abegg 56).
Portland 7 (Reed 9, 51, Chandhoke 10, 21, Enyeart 18, Woznuk 78, Jacka 89) Portland State 0.
Virginia 5 (Farrelly 19, 63, Miskel 57, Quinn 68, Lenczyk 79) Liberty 0.
Texas 4 (Moore 4, Birkhold 37, Arlitt 65, 75) Houston 0.
Texas A&M 3 (Pistorius 10, 36, Ketchum 39) Tulsa 0.
Clemson 1 (Franklin 72) South Carolina 0.
North Carolina 5 (Nogueira 6, 47, 81, Engen 77, Boneparth 90) Ohio State 0.
Pepperdine 1 (Medina 44) UCLA 1 (Cheney 42) (OT).
Boston College 3 (Hiler 1, DiMartino 11, Zywien 35) Northeastern 0.
UNLV 1 (Shim 64) Washington State 0.
Oklahoma State 0 Colorado College 0 (OT).
Notre Dame 4 (Hanks 8, pen. 62, pen. 67, Jones 70) DePaul 0.
Florida 0 Florida Atlantic 0 (OT).
UNC Greensboro 1 (Player 90) Tennessee 2 (Redberg 69, Imgram 90).
Pittsburgh 1 (Carroll 79) West Virginia 3 (Banks 36, 54, Cicchini 88).
Missouri 4 (Bonnick 18, 78, Collins 57, Andrighetto 81) California 0.
Rutgers 0 Seton Hall 1 (Donofrio 54).
Purdue 3 (Riggle 15, Eyorokon 47, Riverso 49) Oregon 2 (Newton 15, Goodell 60).
Marquette 1 (Mares 54) South Florida 0.
Kansas 1 (Cauzillo 81) Illinois 2 (Zurrer 42, Nweke 55).
UC Irvine 1 (Forrest 73) San Diego 2 (Epsten 3, Mello 92) (OT).

SATURDAY, Sept. 22
Central Florida 3 (George 22, Whidden 58, Wilde 87) Florida State 3 (Yamaguchi 19, Talonen 25, van de Ven 26) (OT).
BYU 0 Cal Poly 0 (OT).

SUNDAY, Sept. 23
Arizona 0 Santa Clara 1 (Klein 101) (OT).
Stanford 0 Denver 1 (Billingsley 87)
Virginia 1 (Falk 106) William & Mary 0 (OT).
Texas 4 (Arlitt 12, 16, Moore 45, Gaines 63) Stephen A. Austin 0.
Texas A&M 6 (Garey 8, Pistorius 22, 38, Ketchum 45, Garey 70, Robinson 78) Rice 0.  
South Carolina 4 (Monteiro 9, Sullivan 57, Brewer 83, Galloway 89) Marshall 0.  
North Carolina 2 (Averbuch 40, Heath 73) San Francisco 0.
UCLA 6 (Cheney 10, 12, 56, 57, Mac Kechnie 63, Adams 70) Hawaii 0.
Washington State 1 (Fox 65) Nevada 0.
Oklahoma State 2 (Jackson 8, Langdon 21) SMU 0.
Notre Dame 1 (Hanks 21) Penn State 2 (Myers 55, Hayes pen. 58).
Nebraska 1 (Iacchelli 46) Florida 1 (Bishop 65) (OT).
West Virginia 1 (Everrett 15) Wake Forest 2 (Hutchinson 62, Burney 86).
Kansas 0 California 1 (Daiss 66)
Rutgers 5 (Hall 11, Lang 13, Gusman 70, 80, DeMaio 76) Fairleigh Dickinson 0.
Purdue 3 (Riverso 25, Forbes 30, Eyorokon 51) Western Michigan 0.
Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 Marquette 0 (OT).
Virginia 1 (Falk 106) William & Mary 0 (OT).
Indiana State 0 Illinois 3 (Masar 3, Desjarlais 18, Santacaterina 71).
Missouri 6 (Hessel 2, 44, Bonnick 55, Collins 67, Tarr pen. 74, Andrighetto 90) TCU 2 (Torda 59, Nickens 60).
UC Riverside 1 (Lennala 27) San Diego 3 (Epsten 6, Mello 57, Shoughro 82).

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

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