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Soccer America Men's Weekend College Scoreboard
September 25th, 2009 7AM

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No. 3 UCLA improved to 5-1-0 with a 3-0 win over  visiting Air Force. The Bruins got two second-half goals from senior Kyle Nakazawa. No. 4 California and No. 5 South Florida rebounded from losses on Friday night to pick up wins on Sunday over Air Force (3-0) and Pitt (2-1), respectively. Four more Top 25 teams fell to unranked teams, bringing the weekend total to 13. Portland edged No. 14 Creighton, 2-1. No. 17 N.C. State fell at Virginia Tech, 2-0. Penn State snapped No. 18 Michigan's winning streak at seven games with a 2-0 win, while No. 25 Wisconsin-Green Bay lost for the first time this season when it fell at Butler, 2-1. For all the Sunday action ...

* SUNDAY'S SCOREBOARD:
No. 3 UCLA 3 (Nakazawa 53, 62, Hoffman 60) UNLV 0.
No. 4 California 3 (Wiedeman 9, 26, Omphroy 57) Air Force 0.
Big East: Pittsburgh 1 (Boehm 86) No. 5 South Florida 2 (Mittoo 16, Anor pen. 52).
Big East: Marquette 2 (Von Rueden 57, Herrera 88) No. 7 Louisville 2 (Braun 4, Knight 23).
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No. 11 UC Santa Barbara 1 (Ibrahim pen.) UC Irvine 0.
(Big West opener draws crowd of 4,511.)
No. 14 Creighton 1 (Gjoesund 34) Portland 2 (Warner 48, Nielsen 84).
ACC:  Virginia Tech 2 (Akogyeram 80, Shupp 5) No. 17 N.C. State 0.
Big Ten: Penn State 2 (Hertzog 53, Yeisley 80) No. 18 Michigan 0.
(Wolverines' winning streak is snapped at seven games.)
Big Ten: No. 19 Michigan State 0 No. 24 Ohio State 1 (Scales 18).
CORRECTED: Cal State Bakersfield 1 (Lampart 19) No. 20 Loyola Marymount 0.
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Big East: Providence 0 No. 22 St. John's 0.
Big Ten: No. 23 Northwestern 1 (Hillgard 93) SIU-Edwardsville 0 (OT).
Horizon: Butler 2 (Pollock 52, Cardona 87) No. 25 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 (Walls 82).
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83th minute:  (Attendance: 4,511.)
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Big East
Georgetown 2 Rutgers 0
Notre Dame 0 Cincinnati 1
Seton Hall 1 Villanova 4
(Mike Seamon has two goals and two assists.)
West Virginia 2 DePaul 1

Horizon
Cleveland State 1 UIC 1
Wright State 2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2

Non-Conference
Binghamton 4 Niagara 0
Cal State Fullerton 2 Denver 1
Cal State Northridge 1 Costal Carolina 2
Cornell 2 LIU 1
Detroit 0 Oral Roberts 2
Duquesne 5 Buffalo 0
Furman 3 Belmont 0
Jacksonville 5 College of Charleston 3
Howard 1 St. Francis (Pa.) 0
Kentucky 3 UNC Asheville 1
Oregon State 1 Marist 0
San Diego State 1 Princeton 0
Stanford 2 New Mexico 0
(Cardinal pushes winning streak to six games.)
UAB 1 Houston Baptist 0
UC Davis 1 Sacramento State 0
Washington 3 Cal Poly 1
Wofford 4 Lipscomb 0

* EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Sept. 26
Mid-American: No. 1 Akron 6 (Barson 7, Bunbury 19, 35, Nagbe 25, Zemanski 36, Speas 44) Bowling Green 0.
ACC: No. 9 Wake Forest 1 (Arena 62) No. 6 Harvard 0.
Loyola (Md.) 0 No. 10 Monmouth 1 (Clark 78).
(Game draws 1,322 fans at Geppi-Aikens Stadium.)
ACC:  No. 13 Virginia 0 Clemson 1 (Mattson 41).
(Tigers get first win in seven games under interim coach  Phil Hindson.)
Hartwick 2 (Roydhouse 40, Summers 75) No. 15 Dartmouth 0.
Rhode Island 1 (Puranen 45) No. 21 Boston University 2 (O'Neal 6, 23).
(Aaron O'Neal leads BU with seven goals in nine games.)

Friday, Sept. 25
ACC: No. 8 Maryland 1 (Tagney 88) No. 2 North Carolina 0.
San Diego 1 (Feld pen. 62) No. 3 UCLA 2 (Hollingshead 10, Nakazawa pen. 48).
(UCLA gets first win over San Diego in Torero Stadium since 2001.)
No. 4 California 1 (Carrasco 41) New Mexico 2 (Urbany 21, Farquharson 89).
Big East: West Virginia 1 (Sebele 92) No. 5 South Florida 0 (OT).
Big East: Notre Dame 4 (Thomas 49, Perry 60, Dike 75, Brovsky 77) No. 7 Louisville 0.
San Diego State 4 (Reza 21, 60, Wallace 31, Tott 75) No. 11 UC Santa Barbara 2 (Silva 27, Nonni 46).
ACC: Boston College 2 (Reddick 59, Mejia 89) No. 12 Duke 0.
Washington 0 No. 14 Creighton 1 (Finlay 25).
Big Ten: Wisconsin 0 No. 16 Indiana 1 (Bruin 57).
(Game drew a crowd of 1,703, largest Badger crowd since the 1997 season.)
Big East: Connecticut 1 (Watson-Siriboe 40) No. 22 St. John's 0.
Big Ten: No. 23 Northwestern 2 (Eliason 45, O'Neill 84) Drake 2 (Kuhn 27, Webb 86).
Davidson 4 (Pilgrim 23, Caskey pen. 39, 62, Reiter 81) No. 25 South Carolina 1 (Lindsay 74).
Horizon: Wright State 1 (Kercher 89) No. 25 Wisconsin-Green Bay 4 (Walls 5, Grable 22, Banks 66, Patterson 78).

Thursday, Sept. 24
No. 20 Loyola Marymount 1 (Bernardio 87) UC Riverside 0.

Wednesday, Sept. 23
New Hampshire 0
No. 6 Harvard 1 (Rogers 60).
No. 9 Wake Forest 2 (da Luz 7, Bone 53) Elon 1 (Wyatt 20).
No. 18 Michigan 5 (Meram 40, 50, 58, Saad 50, Fuzetti 62) Bowling Green 1 (Weston 10).
No. 21 Boston Univ. 2 (Dorman 14, O'Neal 17) Holy Cross 0.
No. 24 Ohio State 1 (Verkoff pen. 82) IUPUI 0.

Tuesday, Sept. 22
No. 2 North Carolina 2
(Loyd 33, Schuler 98) East Tenn. State 1 (Hoek 33).
No. 8 Maryland 1 (Herrick 45) St. Peter's 0.
No. 12 Duke 2 (Finley 73, Grossman 109) UNC Wilmington 1 (own goal 57) (OT).
No. 13 Virginia 2 (Tchani pen. 6, Barlow 92) George Washington 1 (Burke 79) (OT).

Monday, Sept. 21
No. 25 Wisconsin-Green Bay 4 (Banks 26, 32, Ksenidi 58, Znaty 68) North Florida 1 (O'Neill 69).

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

Get the latest college news Monday-Friday in Soccer America's College Soccer Reporter.


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