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Akron remains perfect; Virginia ends Wake's home streak
by Paul Kennedy, September 19th, 2009 1:15AM

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MEN'S NEWS ... Michael Nanchoff's goal on a free kick in the 78th minute gave No. 1 Akron a 1-0 win over No. 10 Indiana before a record Akron crowd of 2,443 fans.

Junior defender Mike Volk's first career goal gave No. 25 Virginia a 1-0 win over No. 3 Wake Forest, snapping the Deacons' home unbeaten streak of 35 games.

No. 2  North Carolina handed No. 11 Duke its first loss of the season the battle of Tobacco Road, winning, 1-0, before 4,439 fans, the second-largest men's crowd in Fetzer Field history.

Ranked Connecticut and Notre Dame both won their Big East openers on the road.

In late night action St. Mary's edged No. 20 UC Irvine, 2-1, on Dylan Lesley's golden goal.

(Click here for more Friday night men's results as well as the weekend Top 25 schedule.)

TODAY'S TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Sept. 18
No. 1 Akron 1 (Nanchoff 78) No. 10 Indiana 0.
No. 2 North Carolina 2 (Schuler 22, Brown 69) No. 22 Duke 1 (Finley 79).
No. 3 Wake Forest 0 No. 25 Virginia 1 (Volk 25).
San Diego 1 (Carminatti 34) No. 5 Dartmouth 2 (Bowers 64, Henderson 78).
No. 9 South Florida 1 (Anor 30) Marquette 1 (Lysak 57).
No. 13 Louisville 2 (Knight 11, Chavez 66) West Virginia 0.
No. 14 Boston Univ. 0 Boston College 1 (Worley 57).
No. 15. St. John's 2 (Himeno 80, Terra 89) Georgetown 0.
No. 16 Monmouth 4 (Kinne 42, 44, Barbieri 51, Clark 84) Cornell 1 (Nissl 51).
(Hawks improve to 6-0-0.)
Ohio State 2 (Hegngi 32, 59) No. 17 Butler 1 (Pateros 81).
(Buckeyes remain unbeaten at 3-0-2.)
Michigan State 3 (Beca 7, 42, Saydee 89) No. 18 Loyola Marymount 0
(Avery Steinlage extends NCAA record shutout streak to 1,259 minutes.)
Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 No. 19 UC Santa Barbara 2 (Silva 27, Ibrahim 46).
No. 20 UC Irvine 1 (Prieto 61) St. Mary's 2 (Rivas 71, Lesley 107) (OT).
Villanova 1 (Griffith 41) No. 21 Connecticut 2 (Brickley 66, Ponce 67).
DePaul 1 (Leinauer 11) No. 23 Notre Dame 2 (Brovsky 10, Dike 59).
No. 25 Northwestern 0 South Carolina 0.



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