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Cal and Georgia fall to unranked teams
September 26th, 2009 1:15AM
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WOMEN'S NEWS ... Two Top 10 teams -- No. 7 California and No. 8 Georgia -- lost on Friday night to unranked teams.

Cal outshot Cal Poly, 25-8, but fell to the visiting Mustangs, 1-0, on Whitney Sisler's golden goal. The star of the night was Carlie Banks, who scored a hat trick for LSU in its 6-0 win over Georgia. The loss was the first of the season for the Bulldogs.

The other Top 25 teams to fall to unranked teams were No. 18 Kansas, which lost to Oklahoma State, 3-0, in the Big 12 opener for both teams, and No. 19 Indiana, which lost at Big Ten rival Northwestern, 1-0.

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

* FRIDAY'S SCOREBOARD:
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 1 (Sisler 93) Cal Poly 0 (OT).
SEC: LSU 6 (Banks 16, 18, 63, Yepez 52, Boudreau 84, Johnson 85) 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).

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Atlantic Sun
East Tenn. State 1 North Florida 0
Kennesaw State 3 Stetson 0
Mercer 1 Florida Gulf Coast 2
USC Upstate 3 Jacksonville 4

Atlantic-10
Charlotte 5 Duquesne 2
Dayton 4 Temple 0
(Flyers move to 5-0-4.)
Massachusetts 2 St. Joseph's 1
Saint Louis 0 La Salle 0

Big East
Louisville 1 DePaul 2
Seton Hall 1 Villanova 3

Big 12
Colorado 0 Nebraska 1
Oklahoma 1 Texas 2
Texas Tech 2 Baylor 0

Conference USA
Colorado College 4 SMU 1
East Carolina 1 Rice 0
Marshall 2 Houston 1
Southern Miss 0 Memphis 2
UTEP 2 Tulsa 1

MAAC
Canisius 3 Rider 1
Fairfield 2 Iona 0
Marist 1 Manhattan 0
Niagara 1 Loyola (Md.) 2

Mid-American
Buffalo 1 Miami (Ohio) 1

Horizon
Valparaiso 2 Wisconsin-Green Bay 0
Wisconsin-Milwaukee 5 Loyola (Ill.) 1

Ivy
Cornell 0 Columbia 1

Missouri Valley
Creighton 1 Indiana State 0

Northeast
St. Francis (Pa.) 1 Robert Morris 0
Wagner 0 LIU 3

Ohio Valley
Austin Peay 1 Morehead State 2
Jacksonville State 1 Murray State 3
Tennessee Tech 1 Tennessee Martin 0

SEC

Mississippi vs. Alabama-postponed
Mississippi State 1 Auburn 5
(Rebecca Howell and Stephanie Fransoso each has a goal and an assist.)

Southern
Appalachian State 3 Georgia Southern 0
The Citadel 0 Samford 0
(Bulldogs post seventh consecutive shutout.)
College of Charleston 1 Chattanooga 0
Elon 2 Wofford 1
UNC Greensboro 4 Furman 0
(UNCG extends its Southern Conference regular-season unbeaten streak to 32 matches.)
Western Carolina 2 Davidson 0
   
Sun Belt
Arkansas State 4 South Alabama 3 (OT)
(Captain Mary Geels scores her first goal of season to win game.)
Arkansas-Little Rock 0 Troy 2
Denver 6 Louisiana-Monroe 0
Middle Tennessee 2 FIU 0
North Texas 2 Louisiana-Lafayette 0
Western Kentucky 4 Florida Atlantic 2

Non-Conference
Arizona State 1 Pepperdine 0
Butler 2 Illinois State 3
Centenary 1 Houston Baptist 0
Colgate 2 Vermont 0
Hawaii 1 Detroit 0
Idaho 2 South Dakota 1
IUPUI 3 Cleveland State 2 (OT)
(Katrina McCrory's golden goal gives IUPUI record sixth win in a row.)
Lamar 1 New Mexico State 2
Loyola Marymount 1 Long Beach State 0
Mt. St. Mary's 4 Longwood 1
Missouri 8 Northern Iowa 0
New Mexico 1 Northern Arizona 2
(Lobos suffer first loss in 11 games.)
Pacific 2 USC 3
Sam Houston State 0 Louisiana Tech 0
San Jose State 4 Air Force 0
TCU 5 Stephen F. Austin 2
(Jordan Calhoun scores three goals.)
UC Irvine 2 Washington 3
UC Riverside 0 Boise State 0
UC Santa Barbara 1 Arizona 2
Washington State 4 Weber State 0
Wright State 3 Gardner-Webb 0
Wyoming 0 Gonzaga 2

* TOP 25 SCHEDULE:
Sunday, Sept. 27
St. Mary's vs. No. 1 Stanford
ACC: No. 2 North Carolina vs. No. 17 Wake Forest (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, 5 pm ET)
UC Santa Barbara vs. UCLA
No. 6 Florida State vs. No. 3 Boston College
SEC: Arkansas vs. No. 8 Georgia
ACC: Miami (Fla.) vs. No. 9 Maryland
No. 10 Santa Clara vs. USC
SEC: No. 11 South Carolina vs. Kentucky
Big East: No. 12 Notre Dame vs. Louisville (TV: CBS College Sports, 1 pm ET)
Big Ten: No. 13 Michigan State vs. Penn State
ACC: No. 14 Virginia vs. Clemson
Big East: Providence vs. No. 15 St. John's
Big East: No. 16 Connecticut vs. Syracuse
Big 12: Oral Roberts vs. No. 18 Kansas
Big Ten: Wisconsin vs. No. 19 Indiana
Big East: No. 20 Rutgers vs. Villanova
Big 12: Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Texas A&M
SEC: No. 24 Florida vs. Vanderbilt (TV: CSS, 2 pm ET)
Conference USA: No. 25 UCF vs. Memphis
Big Ten: Northwestern vs. No. 25 Purdue
Big Ten: No. 25 Ohio State vs. Michigan

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

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