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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Results
October 29th, 2007 8AM

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FRIDAY, Oct. 26
#1 UCLA 2 (Cheney 51, Lang 65) #5 USC 0.
Arizona 1 (Boussard 76) #2 Stanford 3 (O'Hara 66, 74, Riley 86).
#9 Penn State 1 (Aden-Buie 80) #4 Purdue 0.
#8 Texas A&M 6 (Currie 41, Garey 48, own goal 59, Jones 75, 81, 85) Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1 (Shipway 74).
Oklahoma State 1 (Strawser 70) #10 Texas 0.
Seton Hall 1 (Andreski 70) #13 Notre Dame 3 (Weber 37, Pinnick 49, Fowlkes 83).
#15 Missouri 0 Iowa State 1 (Bishop 92) (OT).
Arizona State 1 (Sjoman 5) #18 California 3 (Morgan 23, 90, Wieger 64).
St. John's 1 (DeMatteo 103) #19 Connecticut 0 (OT).
#23 West Virginia 2 (Bonilla 37, Harris 64) South Florida 0.
TCU 3 (Karoly 21, 32, Wilbur 43) #25 Utah 0.

SATURDAY, Oct. 27
#24 BYU 1 (Christensen 71) New Mexico 0.
#25 Miami, Fla. 1 (Goebel 84) Clemson 1 (Zufia 8).
 

SUNDAY, Oct. 28
Arizona State 0 #2 Stanford 0 (OT)
#16 Boston College 1 (Crutchfield 88) #3 Virginia 0.
Ohio State 1 (Mitchell 4) #4 Purdue 3 (Forbes 40, Eyorokon 61, own goal 83).48924892
#6 Portland 2 (Enyeart 45, Woznuk 64) #12 Santa Clara 0.
#8 Texas A&M 5 (Pistorius 35, 66, Gnatzig 81, Ketchum 83, Currie 90) Texas Tech 0.
#9 Penn State 2 (Schoepfer 49, 69) Indiana 1 (McCarthy 56).
Oklahoma 0 #10 Texas 4 (Gibson 31, Nicholson 43, Anderson 47, Carpenter 90).
Gonzaga 0 #11 San Diego 1 (Garcia 101) (OT).
Rutgers 1 (Edmonds 20) #13 Notre Dame 3 (Hanks 32, Pinnick 38, Mendoza 71).
Duke 1 (Redmond 81) #14 Florida State 1 (DaCosta 62) (OT).
#15 Missouri 3 (Forst 34, Collins 48, Andrighetto 64) Nebraska 1 (Powell 29).
#16 Boston College 1 (Crutchfield 88) #3 Virginia 0.
#17 Tennessee 3 (Rossi 39, 60, VonderHaar 56) Auburn 0.
Arizona 0 #18 California 2 (Hannegan 62, Schrey 72).
Syracuse 0 #19 Connecticut 2 (Tegeler 53, Cunningham 58)
#22 Florida 5 (Hudson 5, 63, 65, Elliott 23, Sanchez 73) #20 LSU 0.
#21 Georgia 3 (Tomlinson 18, Vickers 87, Falle 88) Alabama 1 (Frederick 70).
#23 West Virginia 3 (Blank 57, Banks 59, 63) Marquette 1 (Zwolski 21).
#25 Utah 2 (Letro 69, Isleib 88) San Diego State 1 (own goal 80).


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