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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard (Sunday Aug. 30)
August 28th, 2009 11AM

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[COLLEGE] Sunday was another tough day for teams in the Soccer America Women's Top 25. Five lost to unranked teams, and two others had to settled for ties. For all of the weekend's results and Monday's schedule ...

RESULTS:

Sunday
No. 1 North Carolina 1 (Washington 56) UNC Greensboro 0.
No. 2 Stanford 5 (Press 58, 84, Noyola 62, 78, O'Hara 64) San Diego State 2 (Fernandes 41, Gordon 52).
Washington 0 No. 3 Portland 2 (Foxhoven 22, 39).
Stetson 0 No. 6 Florida State 3 (Price 47, 77, McCarty 72).
Long Beach State 0 No. 7 UCLA 4 (Leroux 22, 46, Cheney 69, Zadro 89).
No. 9 Texas A&M 3 (Shipley 20, Castleberry 52, Clavijo 84) UTSA 0.
No. 10 Florida 2 (Hyde 50, Annis 78) South Florida 1 (Pineiro 45).
No. 11 Missouri 0 DePaul 1 (Williams 25).
UCF 3 (Whidden 48, 76, Hubbard 87) No. 12 Duke 2 (Newman 30, Pappas 85).
No. 13 Colorado 8 (N.Marshall 1, 3, Butler 5, 30, Fitzpatrick 25, own goal 42, Barczuk 51, Krier 81) St. Mary's 1 (Cilento 84).
(Nikki Marshall's goal after 23 seconds is fastest in Colorado history.)
No. 14 Virginia 7 (Alwine 6, Lenczyk 25, 64, Farrelly, 56, C.Miller 62, 63) Hofstra 0.
No. 15 USC 1 (Ohai pen. 54) St. John's 2 (Barsley 39, Lee 77).
No. 18 Michigan State 4 (Hill 6, 19, Freeman 36, Heyboer 62) Bowling Green 0.
Colorado College 2 (Lavoie 33, Brown 67) No. 19 Washington State 1 (Dobratz 23).
Denver 1 (Bast 4) No. 20 Illinois 1 (Steigerwald 80).
No. 22 Rutgers 1 (Pace 58) Stony Brook 1 (Gilley 88).
Kennesaw State 0 No. 24 Minnesota 1 (Bethke 84).

Saturday
No. 5 Penn State  1 (Schoepfer 38) No. 17 West Virginia 2 (Mischler 12, Miller 58).
BYU 1 (BYU 86) No. 21 Connecticut 0.

Friday
No. 1 North Carolina 4 (Jones 22, Heath 32, 52, Bartok 4) UCF 0.
Cal Poly 1 (Condon-Sherwood pen. 67) No. 2 Stanford 2 (O'Hara pen. 53, 58)
(Cardinal scores only twice on a school record 40 shots.)
No. 3 Portland 4 (Foxhoven 3, 20, Olivier 28, Schmidt 60) No. 16 California 0.
(A crowd of 5,068, the third largest in school history, watch a dominating performance.)
No. 4 Notre Dame 2 (Henderson 14, Campbell 48) Loyola (Ill.) 0.
No. 6 Florida State 8 (Jaurena 11, Lim 22, 53, Price 26, Edwards 57, own goal 60, McCarty 61, Hupp 62) South Alabama 0. Highlights
San Diego 1 (Mock 26) No. 7 UCLA 1 (Larsen 29).
No. 8 Boston College 5 (Knowlton 14, 70, V.DiMartino 47, Regan 78, Bouchelle 86) Fairfield 0.
No. 9 Texas A&M 2 (Gnatzig 9, Young 10) Purdue 3 (Forbes 1, Leinert 18, Ibewuike 77)
No. 10 Florida 3 (Thompson 61, Tymrak 79, Thigpen 88) FIU 0.
No. 11 Missouri 2 (Makasini 31, Collins 79) Northwestern 0.
No. 12 Duke 0 UNC Greensboro 1 (Padgett 24).
No. 13 Colorado 1 (Fitzpatrick 90) No. 20 Illinois 2 (Hilbrands 31, 53).
No. 14 Virginia 5 (Lenczyk 7, C.Miller 35, Rostedt 41, Alwine 47, Norbo 64) Liberty 0.
(Caroline Miller led the Cavs with a goal and three assists.)
No. 15 USC 0 Mexico national team 2 (Ocampo 42, Morales 87) (exhibition)
No. 19 Washington State 4 (Dallstream 26, 35, Pittman 73, Roth 86) Syracuse 0.
No. 22 Rutgers 3 (Pace 34, Anzivino 61, Smith 72) Fordham 0.
(Erin Guthrie tied Saskia Webber's Rutgers record with her 34th shutout.)
No. 23 Santa Clara 0 Utah 1 (Isleib 14).
Georgia 2 (Perry 46, Falle 73) No. 24 Minnesota 0.
No. 25 Richmond 1 (Archer 34) Hofstra 2 (Yovino 89, Breen 99) (OT)
No. 25 Memphis 4 (Simonin 7, Berra 24, Ignacio 29, Strnadova 61) Arkansas-Little Rock 0.

Wednesday
No. 18 Michigan State 3
(Heyboer 4, Sinacola 44, Hill 64) Oakland 0.

Tuesday
No. 22 Rutgers 4
(Gusman 6, 15, Schacher 17, Dumont 65) UMBC 0.

SCHEDULE:
Monday
No. 5 Penn State vs. No. 21 Connecticut (Penn State Invitational)
No. 17 West Virginia vs. BYU (Penn State Invitational)

TOP 25
RANK/TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. North Carolina (3-0-0) 1
2. Stanford (3-0-0) 2
3. Portland (3-0-0) 4
4. Notre Dame (2-0-0) 5
5. Penn State (1-1-0) 6
6. Florida State (3-0-0) 7
7. UCLA (1-1-1) 3
8. Boston College (1-0-0) 8
9. Texas A&M (2-1-0) 9
10. Florida (3-0-0) 10
11. Missouri (2-1-0) 13
12. Duke (1-2-0) 14
13. Colorado (2-1-0) 17
14. Virginia (2-1-0) 11
15. USC (0-2-0) 12
16. California (1-1-0) 19
17. West Virginia (1-0-1) 16
18. Michigan State (1-0-0) 18
19. Washington State (2-1-0) 22
20. Illinois (2-0-1) 23
21. Connecticut (0-1-0) 20
22. Rutgers (2-0-1) 21
23. Santa Clara (2-1-0) NR
24. Minnesota (2-1-0) NR
25. Richmond (1-1-0) NR
25. Memphis (2-0-0) NR


Soccer America Women's Top 25

[COLLEGE] Defending champion North Carolina left no doubt who is the team to beat in 2009, scoring three times in the first 13 times and pummeling No. 3 UCLA, 7-2, Saturday. No. 2 Stanford almost matched the Heels' output in Honolulu Sunday night, beating up on Hawaii, 6-2. The weekend's big surprise was then-No. 15 San Diego's 2-1 loss at unfancied Cal State Bakersfield. For this week's Top 25 rankings and all the weekend Top 25 results and goal scorers ...

RANK/TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. North Carolina (1-0-0) 1
2. Stanford (1-0-0) 2
3. Portland (1-0-0) 4
4. Notre Dame (1-0-0) 5
5. Penn State (1-0-0) 6
6. Florida State (1-0-0) 7
7. UCLA (0-1-0) 3
8. Boston College (0-0-0) 8
9. Texas A&M (1-0-0) 9
10. Florida (1-0-0) 10
11. Missouri (1-0-0) 13
12. Duke (1-0-0) 14
13. Colorado (1-0-0) 17
14. Virginia (0-1-0) 11
15. USC (0-1-0) 12
16. California (1-0-0) 19
17. West Virginia (0-0-1) 16
18. Michigan State (0-0-0) 18
19. Washington State (1-0-0) 22
20. Illinois (1-0-0) 23
21. Connecticut (0-0-0) 20
22. Rutgers (0-0-0) 21
23. Santa Clara (2-0-0) NR
24. Minnesota (1-0-0) NR
25. Richmond (1-0-0) NR
25. Memphis (1-0-0) NR

GAME OF THE WEEKEND:
Aug. 22 in Chapel Hill, N.C.

North Carolina 7 UCLA 2.
Goals: Heath 1, Hawkins (Jones) 4, Nogueira (McDonald, Jones) 13, Nogueira (Bartok) 60, Jones (Heath) 62, Klimczak (Brooks, Pfankuch) 87, Pfankuch (Hawkins) 89; Leroux (Bywaters) 76, Leroux (Larsen) 87.
UCLA -- Dimmitt, Wilmoth, Belcher, Cook, Sharpe, Barnes, Bywaters, Wright, Cheney, Lang, Leroux. Subs: Williams, Mathis, Metz, Larsen, Britt, Bearde.
North Carolina -- Harris, Engen, Givan, Eveland, Klingenberg, Washington, Hawkins, Heath, McDonald, Nogueira, Jones. Subs: Rich, Bartok, Mikula, Bronze, Daly, Brooks, Smith, Pfankuch, Klimczak, Lubrano.
Referee: George Vergara.
Att.: 3,372.

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Sunday, Aug. 23
Hawaii 2 (Domingo 54, Bourne 81) #2 Stanford 6 (O'Hara 5, 71, Verloo 39, Noyola 41, Press 69, 74).
#14 Duke 3 (Redmond 29, Gummersall 31, 45) Gardner-Webb 0.
Cal State Bakersfield 2 (Gervas pen. 69, Massey 70) #15 San Diego 1 (Ferrira 68).
NOTABLE: Roadrunners, now 2-0-0, are coming off back-to-back 5-13-1 seasons.
#16 West Virginia 0 Ohio State 0.

Saturday, Aug. 22
#1 North Carolina 7 (Heath 1, Hawkins 4, Nogueira 13, 60, Jones 62, Klimczak 87, Pfankuch 88) #3 UCLA 2 (Leroux 76, 87).
Oregon 0 #4 Portland 3 (Schmidt 39, Enyeart 48, Johnson 86)
#9 Texas A&M 3 (Schmidt 45, Hooper 73, Gnatzig 87) #12 USC 0.
#17 Colorado 1 (Butler 63) #24 Oklahoma State 0.
#25 James Madison 0 Richmond 3 (LeClair 27, 77, Baxter 46).

Friday, Aug. 21
#5 Notre Dame 3
(Henderson 48, Augustin 50, Fowlkes 69) Wisconsin 0.
#6 Penn State 1 (Toney 7) #11 Virginia 0.
NOTABLE: Game watched by 3,098 fans, second-largest women's crowd in stadium history.
Florida State 7 (Edwards 7, pen. 25, 81, McCarty 16, E.Stephan 56, DaCosta 67, Crown 82) Jacksonville 0.
Miami (Fla.) 0 #10 Florida 1 (Elliott 49)
NOTABLE: Game drew a record Cobb Stadium crowd of 2,277.
Iowa 2 (Seydel 44, Showalter 47) #13 Missouri 3 (Andrighetto 23, Collins 85, Crabtree 90).
#15 San Diego 3 (Ferreira 45, Ochs 48, Deol 89) Cal State Northridge 0.
#19 California 4 (Morgan 6, 62, 72, Kevorkian 59) Nevada 1 (Rice 83).
#22 Washington State 3 (Vega 18, Dallstraem 30, Pittman 33) Idaho 0.
#23 Illinois 4 (Mykines 3, Hilbrands 5, Miller 37, Read 73) Illinois State 0.





Aug. 22 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
North Carolina 7 UCLA 2.
Goals: Heath 1, Hawkins (Jones) 4, Nogueira (McDonald, Jones) 13, Nogueira (Bartok) 60, Jones (Heath) 62, Klimczak (Brooks, Pfankuch) 87, Pfankuch (Hawkins) 89; Leroux (Bywaters) 76, Leroux (Larsen) 87.
UCLA -- Dimmitt, Wilmoth, Belcher, Cook, Sharpe, Barnes, Bywaters, Wright, Cheney, Lang, Leroux. Subs: Williams, Mathis, Metz, Larsen, Britt, Bearde.
North Carolina -- Harris, Engen, Givan, Eveland, Klingenberg, Washington, Hawkins, Heath, McDonald, Nogueira, Jones. Subs: Rich, Bartok, Mikula, Bronze, Daly, Brooks, Smith, Pfankuch, Klimczak, Lubrano.
Referee: George Vergara.
Att.: 3,372.

Saturday, Aug. 22
#1 North Carolina 7 (Heath 1, Hawkins 4, Nogueira 13, 60, Jones 62, Klimczak 87, Pfankuch 88) #3 UCLA 2 (Leroux 76, 87).
Oregon 0 #4 Portland 3 (Schmidt 39, Enyeart 48, Johnson 86)
#9 Texas A&M 3 (Schmidt 45, Hooper 73, Gnatzig 87) #12 USC 0.
#17 Colorado 1 (Butler 63) #24 Oklahoma State 0.
#25 James Madison 0 Richmond 3 (LeClair 27, 77, Baxter 46).





Friday, Aug. 21
Wisconsin at #5 Notre Dame
#11 Virginia at #6 Penn State
Jacksonville at #7 Florida State
#10 Florida at Miami (Fla.)
#13 Missouri at Iowa
Cal State Northridge at #15 San Diego
Nevada at  #19 California
Idaho at #22 Washington State
Illinois State at #23 Illinois
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Other Results:
VISITOR HOME TEAM
Arkansas 2 Michigan 0
Austin Peay 0 Lipscomb 1     
Baylor 1 Rice 1
Boise State at Seattle
Bowling Green 0 Ohio State 2
Buffalo 0 Pittsburgh 1
Butler 0 Western Kentucky 1
Cincinnati 1 Kentucky 2
DePaul 4 Loyola (Ill.) 0
Eastern Illinois 2 IUPUI 0
Eastern Kentucky 1 Kent State 2
Florida Gulf Coast 2 UCF 0
Francis Marion 1 Campbell 2
Gardner-Webb 0 Western Carolina 1
George Mason 3 VMI 0
High Point 0 Wake Forest 5
Houston at Houston Baptist-canceled
Idaho State 0 New Mexico 2
Indiana State 0 SE Missouri State 1
Iona 2 Stony Brook 0
Iowa State 0 Creighton 0
Jacksonville State 0 Mercer 2
Kennesaw State 0 Georgia 6
Lamar 2 Louisiana Tech 3
Longwood 1 Virginia Wesleyan 0
Loyola Marymount at UNLV
Maryland 3 Army 0
McNeese State 1 Louisiana-Lafayette 1
Memphis 2 LSU 0
Miami (Ohio) 0 Louisville 1
Middle Tenn. State 4 Tenn. Tech 0
Missouri State 0 Oklahoma 3
Murray State  0 Ark- Little Rock 1
New Mexico State 0 UTEP 1
Navy 3 USC-Upstate 0
Northern Arizona at Utah State
Ohio 0 Purdue 5
Old Dominion 0 NC State 3
Portland State 1 Oregon State 0
Regis 2 Air Force 1
St. Francis (Pa.) 1 Duquesne 2
Saint Mary's 1 Pacific 0
Santa Clara 4 San Jose State 0
SMU 0 Oral Roberts 1
South Alabama 3 Southern Miss 0
South Dakota State 0 Minnesota 4
TCU 2 Texas 1
Temple 0 Villanova 4
Troy 4 Alabama A&M 1
UAB 2 Alabama 0
UC Irvine at Arizona State
UC Riverside 0 Cal State Bakersfield 1
UT San Antonio 0 Texas Tech 5
Utah Valley Univ  at Utah
Valparaiso 1 Morehead State 2
VCU 0 East Carolina 1
Westminster (Utah) 1 Weber State 2
Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 Northwestern 0
Wright State 0 Indiana 2
Youngstown State 1 Marist 2

        
          

          
          
      


Saturday, Aug. 22
#3 UCLA at #1 North Carolina
#4 Portland at Oregon
#12 USC at #9 Texas A&M
#17 Colorado 1 (Butler 63) #24 Oklahoma State 0.
Richmond at #25 James Madison
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American at Georgetown
East Tennessee State at Tennessee
Nebraska at Northern Colorado
Saint Louis at Vanderbilt
South Alabama at Southern Miss
Wofford at Clemson

Sunday, Aug. 23
#2 Stanford at Hawaii
Gardner-Webb at #14 Duke
#15 San Diego at Cal State Bakersfield
Ohio State at #16 West Virginia
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Auburn at Samford
Cal State Northridge at San Diego State
Charlotte at William & Mary
Cincinnati at Ohio
Cleveland State at Marshall
Dayton @ Loyola (Ill.)
Fresno State at Long Beach State
Georgia State at Morehead State
Gonzaga vs. Montana
High Point at Virginia Tech
Kansas at Drake
Lamar at Baylor
Loyola (Md.) at Mount St. Mary's
Marquette at Pepperdine
Maryland @ Fordham
Michigan @ Valparaiso
Mississippi at UAB
Miss. Valley State at Mississippi State
Montana at Gonzaga
New Mexico State vs. Idaho State
Northwestern at DePaul
Portland State vs. Boise State
Purdue @ Butler
Sacramento State at UC Davis
Sam Houston State at Oklahoma
Southern Utah vs. Northern Arizona
Texas-San Antonio at Houston
UC Davis vs. Sacramento State
UC Irvine at Arizona
UC Santa Barbara at Santa Clara
Utah at Cal State Fullerton
Wake Forest @ UNC Greensboro
Wright State @ Akron
Youngstown State @ Howard

Women's Preseason Top 25
Women's Preseason All-Americans
Men's Preseason Top 25: coming Tuesday
Men's Preseason All-Americans: coming Wednesday

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