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NCAA Division I Women's Thursday Results
October 19th, 2007 1PM



Adele Letro scored the tying goal in the 89th minute and won the game from the penalty spot in the 99th minute to lead No. 25 Utah past Air Force, 2-1.  Letro's goals tied her with Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi for the nation's scoring lead with 16 goals. In other Mountain West action, BYU lost for the second straight when it fell at San Diego State, 2-0. The Cougars had opened the season at 11-0-2.

#3 Virginia 2 (Farrelly 35, Krzysik 81) Virginia Tech  0.
#17 Boston College 0 #8 North Carolina 1 (Klingenberg 105) (OT)
NC State 2 (Vera 45, Baldy 81) #25 Clemson 2 (Bolt 54, Jobe 84).               
Wake Forest 1 Duke 1 (OT)

America East
Binghamton 1 Stony Brook 1 (OT)
Boston Univ. 0 Hartford 1
New Hampshire 2 Maine 1
Vermont 3 Albany 1

Atlantic Sun
Gardner Webb 1 North Florida 2
Campbell 0 Jacksonville 4

Big Sky
Idaho State 0 Northern Arizona 0 (OT)

Missouri Valley
Evansville vs. Drake (postponed)

Mountain West
San Diego State 2 (Girdner 9, Ragudos 11) #23 BYU 0.
#25 Utah 2 (Letro 89, pen. 99) Air Force (Slogic  68) (OT).

Appalachian State 1 Elon 0    

Summit League
South Dakota State 2 North Dakota State 1 (OT)

Centenary 1 Mississippi Valley 0
Charleston Southern 4 Howard 0
Liberty 0 Francis Marion 0   
VMI 1 Longwood 1 (OT)
Weber State 1 Northern Colorado 0

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