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October 29th, 2007 8AM
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Duke picked up a big win on the road Friday night when the Blue Devils knocked off ACC rival Virginia, 2-1. Duke and Saint Louis were the only Top 25 teams to win twice in Friday-Sunday action.

FRIDAY, Oct. 26
#13 Virginia 1(Mitchell 52) #23 Duke 2 (Medcalf 89, Grella 109) (OT).
Richmond 0 #14 Saint Louis 2(Barklage 28, Holmes 89).
Buffalo 0 #22 Akron 1 (Tutich 51).
#24 UCLA 2
(Estrada 7, Griffin 43) Oregon State 1 (Webb 83).

SATURDAY, Oct. 27
#12 Boston College 1 (Bedoya 21)#1 Wake Forest 0.
#2 SMU 1
(Guarda 35) Memphis 0.
#3 Connecticut 2 (Chijindu 9, Cordeiro 97) Marquette 1 (Jay 88) (OT).
#4 Brown 3 (Howerton 41, Manuel 62, Davies 89) Pennsylvania 0.
#8 Virginia Tech vs. Radford
(postponed)
#9 Creighton 1 (Thayer 84) Missouri State 0.
#15 Cal Poly 0 UC Riverside 0 (OT).
#16 UC Santa Barbara 3 (O'Brien 20, 71, Nunez 68) Cal State Northridge 0.
#18 Harvard 0 Dartmouth 1 (Henderson 31).
Seton Hall 0 #19 West Virginia 3 (Stratford 50, Anoia 54, Brooks 70).
#25 Ohio State 1 (Gabel 91) Michigan 0 (OT).

SUNDAY, Oct. 28
#17 Northwestern 2
(Bellizzi 7, O'Neill 86) #6 Michigan State 0.
#10 Indiana 1 (Ring 50) Penn State 0.
Providence 2 (Cianci 45, Marcin 83)#11 Notre Dame 2 (Besler 27, Miller 65).
George Washington 1 (Walker 37) #14 Saint Louis 3 (Wisniewski 47, Patterson 64, Holmes 67).
#21 Louisville 3 (McDonald 20, Edington 49, Clapham 67)Rutgers 1 (Moore 74).
#23 Duke 3 (Videira 6, Wadsworth 41, Medcalf 87) Cleveland State 0.
#24 UCLA 0 Washington 1 (Allen 24).

 



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