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CROWD COUNT: USC-UCLA clash draws 7,804 fans
October 27th, 2008 8AM

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Defending women's champion Southern California came close in its bid to break the attendance record for a regular-season women's game, drawing 7,804 fans at the Los Angeles Coliseum for a 2-1 loss to UCLA on Friday night. The regular-season attendance mark of 8,204 was set in 2006 when Texas A&M hosted North Carolina. For this season's top men's and women's crowds ...

TOP MEN'S CROWDS
1. Cal Poly-UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 17), 11,705
2. UC Santa Barbara-Wake Forest
(Sept. 21), 7,408
3. Maryland-Wake Forest (Sept. 26), 6,500
4. South Carolina-Clemson (Aug. 29) 6,102
5. Maryland-Duke (Sept. 19), 6,083
6. Boston Univ.-Massachusetts (Aug. 31), 5,935
7. Saint Louis-Missouri State (Sept. 27), 5,785
8. Connecticut-West Virginia (Oct. 3), 4,407
8. Connecticut-Notre Dame (Oct. 25), 4,407
10. Creighton-Gonzaga (Aug. 29) 4,071

TOP WOMEN'S CROWDS
1. USC-UCLA (Oct. 24), 7,804
2. Texas A&M-Rhode Island
(Aug. 22), 6,712
3. Texas A&M-North Carolina
(Aug. 29), 5,642
4. Texas-Texas A&M (Sept. 26), 5,585
5. Portland-Oregon (Aug. 23), 5,104
6. Portland-UCLA (Aug. 30), 4,351
7. Texas A&M-Missouri (Oct. 19), 3,815
8. Navy-Army (Oct. 24), 3,500
9. Portland-Florida (Sept. 19), 3,464
10. Texas A&M-Oklahoma State (Oct. 3), 3,378


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