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Akron remains perfect with sixth victory
by Paul Kennedy, September 20th, 2009 11:15PM



MEN'S NEWS ... No. 1 Akron remained perfect with a 4-0 win over Saint Louis on Sunday. Teal Bunbury, son of former Canada international, led the Zips with a pair of goals.

No. 18 Loyola Marymount knocked No. 5 Dartmouth from the unbeaten ranks with a 3-2 win.  Rafael Baca broke a 2-2 tie in the 82nd minute with his second goal of the game.

Jamaican youth international Yannick Salmon scored twice in the second half to lead Rutgers past No. 21 Connecticut, 2-1.

Marshall ended No. 25 Kentucky's 15-game unbeaten streak with a 1-0 overtime win. Dustin Dawes' golden goal in the 102nd minute decide the Conference USA opener for both teams.

Michigan State goalie Avery Steinlage's NCAA record shutout streak was snapped at 1,319 minutes when the Spartans fell at San Diego.

(Click here for more weekend men's results.)

Sunday, Sept. 20
No. 1 Akron 4 (Nagbe 16, Bunbury 54, 71, Mwila 79) Saint Louis 0.
No. 18 Loyola Marymount 3 (Canty 44, Baca 52, 82) No. 5 Dartmouth 2 (Keat 76, 80).
No. 8 California 3 (Cosgriff 7, Wiedeman 59, 77) Santa Clara 1 (Hurtado 11).
No. 9 South Florida 2 (Sinclair 5, Mora 84) No. 23 Notre Dame 1 (Dike 78).
No. 10 Indiana 2 (Bruin 68, 106) FIU 1 (Cabas 85) (OT).
No. 13 Louisville 5 (DelPiccolo 19, Yanez 20, own goal 21, Braun 65, Rosendall 85) Pittsburgh 0.
Columbia 0 No. 14 Boston Univ. 1 (own goal 26).
No. 15. St. John's 0 Seton Hall 0.
Princeton 0 No. 16 Monmouth 1 (Von Bargen 5).
(Loss is Princeton's first of the season.)
No. 19 UC Santa Barbara 1 (Barrera 87) Wisconsin 1 (Miller 82).
No. 20 UC Irvine 2 (Garcia 67, Thompson 83) Sacramento State 0.
Rutgers 2 (Salmon pen. 62, 69) No. 21 Connecticut 1 (Cascio 10).
No. 22 Kentucky 0 Marshall 1 (Dawes 102) (OT).
(Wildcats' unbeaten streak snapped at 15 games.)
No. 25 Northwestern 2 (Kupe 59, O'Neill 88) Lafayette 1 (Peckham pen. 54).

Saturday, Sept. 19
No. 4 Creighton 0 Missouri State 1
(Hoffman 45).
(Game draws Missouri Valley record crowd of 5,609.)
No. 22 N.C. State 1 (Carpenter 64) No. 7 Maryland 1 (Yates 89).
Fairfield 1 (Burridge 84) No. 12 Harvard 4 (Akpan 33, 60, Rogers 57, Wolfenson 82)
Western Michigan 1 (Suleman 80) No. 24 Michigan 5 (Keller 33, Cameron 41, Wood 71, Meram 71, Klein 89).
(Western Michigan falls to 0-6-0.)

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