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Only three Top 25 teams assured of remaining perfect
by Paul Kennedy, September 13th, 2009 10:46PM
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MEN'S NEWS ... Sophomore Stephen Knox's first goal of the season gave Boston University a 1-0 win over No. 3 St. John's on Sunday night at Nickerson Field.

No. 1 Akron and No. 4 Wake Forest rolled on the road on Sunday. Golden goals gave New Mexico a 2-1 win at No. 15 Notre Dame and No. 17 Northwestern a 3-2 victory over Tulsa.

American was the only other Top 25 team to fall to an unranked team, dropping a 3-0 decision to Monmouth.

With UC Santa Barbara trailing Loyola Marymount, 2-0, in the second half, it looks like only three Top 25 teams will complete Week 2 with unbeaten and untied records: No. 1 Akron, No. 12 South Florida and No. 20 Duke (4-0-0).

(Read Monday morning's Soccer America Daily for the new Soccer America Top 25.)

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Sunday, Sept. 13
Cincinnati 0 No. 1 Akron 3 (own goal 17, Nanchoff 80, Mwila 81).
Boston Univ. 1 (Knox 34) No. 3 St. John's 0.
Clemson 1 (Thornton 89) No. 4 Wake Forest 3 (Opara 6, Randolph 60, 83).
(Ike Opara scores in last game before joining U.S. U-20s.)
No. 6 Dartmouth 2 (Keat 25, pen. 60) Rhode Island 0.
51st minute: No. 7 UC Santa Barbara 0 Loyola Marymount 2 (Baca 24, Da Silva 34).
Marquette 0 No. 8 UC Irvine 1 (Thompson 57).
No. 11 California 3 (Wiedeman 16, Cosgriff 35, Jimenez 71) Cal Poly 1 (Gray pen. 66).
No. 13 Louisville 1
(Rolfe 50) UIC 1 (Trout 63).
No. 15 Notre Dame 1 (own goal) New Mexico 2 (Davis 38, 92) (OT).
No. 16 Indiana 2 (Bruin 54, Adlard 83) Seattle 0.
No. 17 Northwestern 3 (Bellizzi 23, Eliason pen. 66, 99) Tulsa 2 (Albertson 33, Parada 75) (OT).
No. 18 Connecticut 0 Iona 0.
No. 22 Northern Illinois 1 (De La Cerda 85) Oakland 0.
Monmouth 3 (Clark 1, Kinne 7, Caiella 42) No. 23 American 0.
No. 24 Michigan 3 (Fuzetti 10, Saad 25, Keller 74) Lipscomb 0.
No. 25 South Carolina 1 (Ruthven 45) George Mason 0.

Saturday, Sept. 12
No. 2 North Carolina 2
(Loyd 33, Farfan 65) No. 19 N.C. State 1 (Sanchez 2).



OTHER RESULTS:
Sunday, Sept. 13
EAST
Harvard 4 Army 0
Niagara 2 William & Mary 0
Penn State 1 Hartford 0 (OT)
(The 4-1-0 Lions are off to best start since 2001.)
Providence 1 Northeastern 0
Stony Brook 2 Seton Hall 3
(Andrew Welker completes hat trick in first 20 minutes.)

SOUTH
Elon 2 Marshall 0
FIU 4 Howard 2
Furman 3 North Florida 0
Kentucky 2 SIU-Edwardsville 1
(Freshman Matt Lodge gets both goals for 4-0-0 Wildcats.)
Liberty 0 St. Francis (Pa.) 1
Memphis 3 Drake 3
Old Dominion 4 Temple 0
(ODU midfielder Bobby Foglesong is name Stihl Soccer Classic MVP.)
SMU 3 Yale 2
UAB 2 UMKC 1
West Virginia 1 Appalachian State 1

MIDWEST

DePaul 5 Buffalo 1
(Demons' five goals represent most in a game during nine-year era of coach Craig Blazer.)
Ohio State 4 Hofstra 2

WEST
Denver 6 Belmont 1
Portland 1 New Hampshire 0
UNLV 1 Oral Roberts 0


Ohio State 4 Hofstra 2

WEST
Denver 6 Belmont 1
Portland 1 New Hampshire 0
UNLV 1 Oral Roberts 0

EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Sept. 11
No. 1 Akron 4 (Sarkodie 18, Nagbe 20, Bunbury 36, Mwila 86) High Point 1 (Babou 56).
No. 3 St. John's 1 (Wegge Gundhus 51) Stony Brook 1 (Leonardo 17).
No. 6 Dartmouth 0 No. 18 Connecticut 0.
No. 7 UC Santa Barbara 4 (Walker 19, Tetteh 28, Hedevag 39, Nonni 67) Rutgers 0.
(Nationally televised game draws 3,925 fans at Harder Stadium.)
No. 8 UC Irvine 2 (Aguilar 10, Walker pen. 30) DePaul 3 (Vroom 47, Sterbenz 52, Leinauer 58).
No. 10 Maryland 2 (Herrick 7, Tangney 75) Boston College 0.
No. 11 California 4 (Wiedeman 18, 67, Cosgriff 57, Salciccia 72) George Washington 0.
Virginia Tech 0 No. 12 South Florida 1 (Chin 46)
(Shawn Chin scores 18 seconds into second half.)
No. 13 Louisville 2 (Rolfe 7, Knight 88) SIU-Edwardsville 0.
No. 14 Boston Univ. 0  Harvard 1 (Rees 44).
(The Crimson improves to 3-0-0.)
No. 15 Notre Dame 3 (Morrow 9, Thomas 60, Schaefer 72) Seattle 0.
No. 16 Indiana 3 (Hagedorn 60, Bruin 80, Purdie 87) New Mexico 2 (Davis 59, Brown 76).
No. 17 Northwestern 2 (Eliason 13, 17) Oakland 1 (Lewis 80).
No. 21 Virginia 0 No. 20 Duke 1 (Tweed-Kent 101) (OT).
(ACC opener for both teams attracts crowd of 4,692 at Klockner Stadium.)
No. 22 Northern Illinois 0 Tulsa 1 (Parada 74).
No. 23 American 0 Princeton 3 (Walburn pen. 49, Sanner 59, Hoppenot 85).
No. 24 Michigan 3 (Opare 75, Fuzetti 85, 89) Wright State 0.
No. 25 South Carolina 0 Butler 1 (Hedges 75).
(Bulldogs improve to 3-0-0.)

Thursday, Sept. 10
No. 9 UCLA 4
(Nakazawa 3, Hoffman 60, 69, Raynr 72) UC Davis 0.

Tuesday, Sept. 8
No. 12 South Florida 1
(Anor 91) Valparaiso 0 (OT).

Monday, Sept. 7
No. 8 UC Irvine 2 (Attaway 4, Walker pen. 78) Cleveland State 0.
No. 14 Boston Univ.  3 (Appiah 19, O'Neal 24, 78) Providence 0.
No. 17 Northwestern 1 (Eliason 65) DePaul 2 (Vroom 9, Mangan 67).

Soccer America Men's Top 25
TEAM (2009 RECORD) PREVIOUS
1. Akron (4-0-0) 2
2. North Carolina (3-0-1) 1
3. St. John's (1-1-2) 3
4. Wake Forest (3-0-1) 5
5. Creighton (1-0-1) 6
6. Dartmouth (3-0-1) 14
7. UC Santa Barbara  (4-0-0) 15
8. UC Irvine (4-1-0) 16
9. UCLA (2-1-0) 9
10. Maryland (2-1-0) 8
11. California (3-1-0) 7
12. South Florida (4-0-0) 18
13. Louisville (3-0-1) 23
14. Boston University (2-1-1) 24
15. Notre Dame (2-1-1) 10
16. Indiana (2-1-1) 4
17. Northwestern (2-1-1) 11
18. Connecticut (1-1-2) 13
19. N.C. State (3-1-0) NR
20. Duke (4-0-0) NR
21. Virginia (2-1-0) NR
22. Northern Illinois (1-2-1) NR
23. American (2-1-0) NR
24. Michigan (4-1-0) 21
25. South Carolina (3-1-0) NR

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