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Soccer America Women's College Scoreboard
September 17th, 2009 7AM

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No. 22 Indiana dominated play against state rival Butler, but all the Hoosiers could muster was a goal by Orianica Velasquez Herrera in the 79th minute for a 1-0 victory that improved IU's record to 7-1-0. For all Wednesday's results ...

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Wednesday, Sept. 15
No. 22 Indiana 1 (Velasquez Herrera 79) Butler 0.

OTHER RESULTS:
Wednesday, Sept. 16
EAST
Albany 1 Siena 2
Cornell 2 Colgate 0
(Freshmen Hannah Labadie and Maneesha Chitanvis get first goals.)
Yale 1 Stony Brook 2 (OT)

MIDWEST
Cleveland State 0 Niagara 2
Michigan 3 Oakland 0
Missouri State 1 UMKC 0
Tulsa 1 Oral Roberts 0

SOUTH
Belmont vs. Evansville-canceled (rain)  
Central Arkansas 0 Louisiana-Monroe 0
College of Charleston  4 USC Upstate 0
(USC Upstate is 0-8-0.)
Longwood 3 Campbell 1
(Lancers win fifth straight game.)
Sam Houston State 6 Texas Southern 0
(Kirby Zak produces hat trick.)

WEST
Cal State Fullerton 1 Hawaii 0
(Danielle Bitonti's looping 25-yard shot wins game.)
New Mexico State 3 Texas-Permain 0
(Aggies win first home game in their history.)
Southern Utah 4 Westminster (Utah) 0

EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Tuesday, Sept. 15
No. 11 Michigan State 3 (Tait 16, Hill 45, Stander 74) Detroit 1 (Carter 36).
(Spartans set school record for longest home unbeaten streak at 16 games.)

Soccer America Women's Top 25
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. North Carolina (6-0-0) 1
2. Stanford (7-0-0) 2
3. Portland (7-0-0) 3
4. Boston College (6-0-0) 5
5. UCLA (4-1-1) 6
6. Florida State (6-1-0) 4
7. California (5-1-0) 9
8. Georgia (6-0-1) 17
9. Maryland (7-0-0) 18
10. Santa Clara (5-2-0) NR
11. Michigan State (5-0-1) 19
12. South Carolina (6-0-0) 25
13. Notre Dame (3-3-0) 7
14. Florida (5-2-0) 14
15. Purdue (5-2-0) 12
16. Virginia (4-1-2) 16
17. UCF (5-1-1) NR
18. St. John's (5-1-0) NR
19. Connecticut (4-2-0) NR
20. Wake Forest (7-1-0) 10
21. San Diego (5-2-1) NR
22. Indiana (7-1-0) 12
23. Rutgers (5-1-1) 11
24. Denver (5-1-1) NR
25. Kansas (5-1-1) 13
25. West Virginia (2-2-3) 15

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