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Soccer America Women's Top 25
August 31st, 2009 7AM

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[COLLEGE] The top four teams -- No. 1 North Carolina, No. 2 Stanford, No. 3 Portland and No. 4 Notre Dame -- remained unchanged in the Soccer America Women's Top 25, but there was lots of changes in the rest of the rankings. Nine teams in last week's Top 25 lost -- and Duke fell twice. Eight teams, led by Purdue at No. 12, debut in the Top 25. For this week's Top 25 rankings as well as last week's results ...

TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. North Carolina (3-0-0) 1
2. Stanford (3-0-0) 2
3. Portland (3-0-0) 3
4. Notre Dame (2-0-0) 4
5. Florida State (3-0-0) 6
6. Boston College (1-0-0) 8
7. Florida (3-0-0) 10
8. UCLA (1-1-1) 7
9. West Virginia (1-0-1) 17
10. Penn State (1-1-0) 5
11. Virginia (2-1-0) 14
12. Purdue (3-0-0) NR
13. Texas A&M (2-1-0) 9
14. California (1-1-0) 16
15. Michigan State (2-0-0) 18
16. Illinois (2-0-1) 20
17. Wake Forest (4-0-0) NR
18. St. John's (2-0-0) NR
19. Utah (4-0-0) NR
20. DePaul (3-0-1) NR
21. Missouri (2-1-0) 11
22. Colorado (2-1-0) 13
23. Colorado College (2-0-0) NR
24. Memphis (2-0-0) NR
25. Georgia (2-0-1) NR
25. BYU (1-0-1) NR

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)



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