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

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Top-ranked Stanford improved to 10-0-0 with a 1-0 at St. Mary's in a game played in 100-degree temperatures. No. 2 North Carolina rediscovered its scoring touch and made easy work of No. 17 Wake Forest, 4-0. In another ACC match involving Top 25 teams, No. 6 Florida State handed No. 3 Boston College its first loss of the season with a 3-2. The visiting Eagles twice came back from one-goal deficits, but sophomore Jessica Price won the game for the Seminoles with her seventh goal of the season in the 73rd minute. Top 25 teams to fall to unranked teams were No. 9 Maryland (2-0 at Miami, Fla.), No. 10 Santa Clara (2-0 at home to USC), No. 19 Indiana (3-2 at Wisconsin on sophomore Laurie Nosbusch's hat trick), No. 21 Texas A&M (3-2 at Oklahoma) and No. 25 UCF (1-0 at home to Memphis). For all Sunday's action ...

* SUNDAY'S SCOREBOARD:
Top 25
St. Mary's 0 No. 1 Stanford (Press 59).
(Cardinal extends scoreless string to 447 minutes.)
ACC: No. 2 North Carolina 4 (Hawkins 12, McDonald 22, Engen 62, Rich 70) No. 17 Wake Forest 0.
UC Santa Barbara 1
(Ortega 43) No. 5 UCLA 3 (Belcher 50, Leroux 62, 80)
No. 6 Florida State 3 (Huster 10, McCarty 23, Price 73) No. 3 Boston College 2 (V.DiMartino 13, Caldwell 56).
SEC: Arkansas 0 No. 8 Georgia 2 (Pollock 4, Falle 80).
ACC: Miami (Fla.) 2 (Roseboro 27, Steinbruch 64) No. 9 Maryland 0.
(Coach Tricia Taliaferro gets her 100th career win.)
No. 10 Santa Clara 0 USC 2 (Buehning 50, Davila 90).
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SEC: No. 11 South Carolina 1 (Watts 56) Kentucky 0.
Big East: No. 12 Notre Dame 1 (Fowlkes 50) Louisville 0.
(Irish stretch unbeaten streak against conference opponents to 55 matches.)
Big Ten: No. 13 Michigan State 3 (Heyboer 22, 95, Stander 49) Penn State 2 (Schoepfer 59, Nairn 69) (OT).
ACC: No. 14 Virginia 3 (Miskel 8, Rostedt 38, Alwine 54) Clemson 0.
Big East: Providence 1 (Camburn  15) No. 15 St. John's 1 (Stefansdottir 77).
Big East: No. 16 Connecticut 5 (Ruutu 27, Shufelt 36, 66, Busque pen. 50, Garufi 88) Syracuse 0.
Oral Roberts 3 (Manyan 31, Booth 70, Soto 90) No. 18 Kansas 5 (Cressy 1, Williamson 18, 45, Dolinsky 67, Robbins 83).
Big Ten: Wisconsin 3 (Nosbusch 52, 73, 87) No. 19 Indiana 2 (Beach 73, 76).
Big East: No. 20 Rutgers 1 (Schacher 53) Villanova 1 (Schuyler 24).
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ACC
N.C. State 0 Virginia Tech

Big 12: Oklahoma 3 (Palmer 6, 9, Kraft 61) No. 21 Texas A&M 2 (Hamilton 14, 55)
SEC: No. 24 Florida 5 (Annis 34, Barney 44, 83, Eicken 66, Tymrak 83) Vanderbilt 1 (Forester 90).
Conference USA: No. 25 UCF 0 Memphis 1 (Strnadova 41).
Big Ten: Northwestern 0 No. 25 Purdue 2 (Leinert 62, Seeger 85).
Big Ten: No. 25 Ohio State 1 (own goal 19) Michigan 0.
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America East
Vermont 1 Albany 1

Atlantic Sun
Mercer 2 Stetson 3

Atlantic-10
Duquesne 0 Massachusetts 1
George Washington 0 Dayton 6

Big East
DePaul 1 Cincinnati 0
South Florida 2 West Virginia 1

Big Ten

Illinois 2 Minnesota 2
(Crowd of 2,347 for SoccerFest is second largest crowd in school history.)

Big 12
Baylor 0 Texas 0
Colorado 1 Iowa State 0
Missouri 3 Oklahoma State 2
Texas Tech 3 Nebraska 3

CAA
Hofstra 4 Drexel 0
James Madison 3 Towson 2
Northeastern 1 Delaware 1
Old Dominion 1 UNC Wilmington 3
VCU 2 George Mason 1
William & Mary 6 Georgia State 2

Conference USA
Colorado College 2 Tulsa 0
East Carolina 1 Houston 2
Marshall 1 Rice 0
Southern Miss 0 UAB 1
UTEP 2 SMU 0

Horizon
Valparaiso 0 Loyola (Ill.) 1

Northeast
Central Conn. State 3 Quinnipiac 2

SEC
LSU 5 Tennessee 1
(Tigers have scored 11 goals in their first two SEC games.)
Mississippi 3 Auburn 2 (OT)
(Hannah Weatherly converts penalty kick to break tie.)
Mississippi State vs. Alabama-postponed

Southern
College of Charleston 1 Samford 0
(Bulldogs give up first goal of the season.)

Non-Conference
Cal Poly 3 Arizona 0
Middle Tennessee 1 Florida Atlantic 0
(Blue Raiders extend their school-record best start to 8-1-1.)
Pacific 3 Air Force 0
Robert Morris 1 American 0
San Diego State 2 UC Irvine 1
TCU 4 Texas Women's 0
UC Davis 2 Nevada 1
Utah 0 Pepperdine 1
Wagner 0 Lafayette 0
Wyoming 1 UC Riverside 0
Youngstown State 0 St. Francis (Pa.) 0

* EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Sept. 25
No. 4 Portland 1 (Burk 55) No. 22 Oregon State 0.
(Top 25 showdown draws 4,238 fans.)
Cal State Northridge 0 No. 5 UCLA 2 (Larsen 18, Cheney 43).
No. 7 California 0 Cal Poly 1 (Sisler 93) (OT).
SEC: LSU 4 (Banks 16, 18, 63, Yepez 52) No. 8 Georgia 0.
No. 10 Santa Clara 1 (Patton 17) Cal State Fullerton 0.
SEC: No. 11 South Carolina 2 (Rhoades 16, Jacobs 52) Vanderbilt 1 (Lukens 89).
(Gamecocks remain perfect at 9-0-0.)
Big East: Cincinnati 1 (Hebbeler 76) No. 12 Notre Dame 2 (Fowlkes 78, Schuveiller 81).
Big 12: Oklahoma State 3 (Miller 17, Langdon 53, Richardson 76) No. 18 Kansas 0.
Big Ten: Northwestern 1 (Herczeg 80) No. 19 Indiana 0.
Big East: Georgetown 0 No. 20 Rutgers 1 (Jones 13).
(Ashley Jones has eight goals in last six games.)
Big 12: Baylor 0 No. 21 Texas A&M 1 (Hooper 59).
No. 23 Oregon 2 (Sweeney 38, Mansfield 65) Portland State 0.
SEC: No. 24 Florida 2 (Thompson 13, pen. 99) Kentucky 1 (Lopez 56) (OT).
Conference USA: No. 25 UCF 3 (Whidden 3, 12, George 90) UAB 1 (Blair 59).
Big Ten: Wisconsin 1 (Leinert 78) No. 25 Purdue 1 (Flannery 52).

Thursday, Sept. 24
ACC: No. 2 North Carolina 2 (Lubrano 83, Rich 97) Duke 1 (Gummersall 89) (OT).
ACC: Miami (Fla.) 0 No. 3 Boston College 2 (V.DiMartino 32, Mewis 36).
ACC: No. 6 Florida State 2 (McCarty 18, Kazbour 35) No. 9 Maryland 1 (Spencer 22).
ACC: N.C. State 2 (Dugal 5, 88) No. 14 Virginia 1 (Norbo 69).
Big East: No. 15 St. John's 1 (Pasciolla 96) No. 16 Connecticut 0 (OT).

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

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