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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Results
October 22nd, 2007 8:15AM
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Traditional powers Portland, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Florida State continued to inch their way up the Top 25 ladder with a pair of wins last week. For all the Top 25 weekend results ...

FRIDAY, Oct. 19
#2 Stanford 0 #1 UCLA 2 (Cheney 37, DiMartino 75).
Iowa 0 #4 Penn State 1 (Aden-Buie 45).
#14 California 0 #6 USC 3 (Tomer 29, Haug 42, Brown 57).
St. Mary's 0 #7 Portland 1 (Lopez 82).
Iowa State 0 #9 Texas A&M 1 (Garey 18).

#10 Texas 3
(Arlitt 28, Moore 36, 97) #12 Missouri 2 (Cordia 3, Collins 8).
#11 San Diego 3 (Robinson 46, Epsten 79, Shoughro 88) Loyola Marymount 1 (Mock 45).
#13 Santa Clara 2 (Bosio 74, Klein 75) Pepperdine 1 (Medina 2).
#15 Notre Dame 4 (Hanks 34, Mendoza 47, 54, Pinnick 86) Providence 0.
#19 Oklahoma State 3 (Radtke 51, Odenyo 59, Niemeier 67) Oral Roberts 0.

#19 Tennessee 2
(Edwards 35, Rossi 50) Mississippi 0.
#20 Georgia 0 Mississippi State 1 (Graben 81).
DePaul 1 (Williams 14) #21 Connecticut 2 (Eng 18, Schnur 26).
Illinois 3 (Masar 18, 60, McDonnell pen. 42) #22 Indiana 0.
Vanderbilt 0 #24 LSU 2 (Makasini 17, Yepez 57).
Florida 2 (Hudson 46, Bishop 52) #25 Auburn 0.

SATURDAY, Oct. 20
Air Force 0 #23 BYU 3 (Christensen 6, 46, Fellows 80).

SUNDAY, Oct. 21
#14 California 0 #1 UCLA 2 (Cheney 21, 62).
#2 Stanford 1 (George 44) #6 USC 1 (Rodriguez 84) (OT).
Minnesota 1 (Schwartz 103) #4 Penn State 0 (OT).
#5 Purdue 2 (Stapleton pen. 65, Eyorokon 67) Illinois 1 (Levitt 90).
San Francisco 0 #7 Portland 6 (Chandhoke 6, 55, 61, 71, Woznuk 24, Enyeart 84).

Virginia Tech 1
(Gray 73) #8 North Carolina 4 (Washington 17, Klingenberg 37, Heath 41, Nogueira 53).
Nebraska 1 (Powell 12) #9 Texas A&M 4 (Martino 36, 69, Pistorius 41, 79).
#10 Texas 0 Kansas 0 (OT).
#11 San Diego 1 (Epsten 78) Pepperdine 1 (Hill 87) (OT).
Colorado 0 #12 Missouri 2 (Tarr 12, Andrighetto 84).

#13 Santa Clara 2
(Estrada 56, Klein 75) Loyola Marymount 1 (Bell 5).
#15 Notre Dame 2 (Hanks 86, Bock 94) #21 Connecticut 1 (Yi 26) (OT).
#16 Florida State 4 (Talonen 7, 38, Yamaguchi 17, Sutton 65) Miami (Fla.) 1 (Steinbruch 50).
#17 Boston College 4 (Knowlton 51, 60, Cerrone 69, McNeill 71) N.C. State 0.
#19 Tennessee 4 (Emerson 35, Rossi 58, Redberg 61, 67) Mississippi State 0.

#20 Georgia 0 Mississippi State
0 (OT).
#22 Indiana 2 (McKay 48, Boots 83) Oakland 1 (Evans 26).
Kentucky 1 (Rowlands 16) #24 LSU 1 (Boudreau 60).
#25 Clemson 1 (Fortier 86) Wake Forest 2 (Berry 55, Germano 101).
South Carolina 1 (Sullivan 8) #25 Auburn 0.
#25 Utah 0 New Mexico 0 (OT).

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

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