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Soccer America Women's Weekend College Scoreboard
October 16th, 2009 8:13PM

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No. 1 Stanford remained perfect with a 2-0 victory over No. 4 UCLA thanks to two second-half goals in
front of an overflow crowd of 2,400. High-scoring Portland rolled on Sunday with a 4-0 win at Loyola Marymount. No. 9 USC beat No. 17 California, 3-2, on Alyssa Davila's golden goal. Top 25 upsets: No. 16 Texas A&M fell to Nebraska, 2-1, No. 18 Michigan State lost at Wisconsin, 1-0, and No. 24 Georgia dropped a 1-0 decision to SEC rival Florida. For results of weekend women's college action  ...

* TOP 25 RESULTS:
Sunday, Oct. 18
Pac-10: No. 1 Stanford 2 (own goal 72, Levin 73) No. 4 UCLA 0.
(Game draws an overflow crowd of 2,400.)
WCC: Loyola Marymount 0 No. 2 Portland 4 (Enyeart 26, Chandhoke 39, Schmidt 46, Winters 65).
(Michelle Enyeart has three assists to go along with goal.)
SEC: Tennessee 1 (Imgram 70) No. 5 South Carolina 2 (Grimsley 33, Small 56).
(Game draws a season-high 1,332 fans at the Regal Stadium.)
Big East: No. 8 Notre Dame 2 (Knaack 17, Clark 27) Providence 0.
Pac-10: No. 17 California 2 (White 74, Morgan 78) No. 9 USC 3 (Freyer 19, Davila 31, 93) (OT).
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ACC: No. 10 Maryland 3 (Grove 81, Dreska 88, own goal 96) N.C. State 2 (Parrilla 26, Blosser 35).
ACC: No. 11 Virginia Tech 0 No. 7 Boston College 1 (G.DiMartino 9).
ACC: No. 13 Wake Forest 2 (Harrington 47, Logue 53) Miami (Fla.) 0.
Conference USA: Houston 1 (Vela 85) No. 14 UCF 2 (Thomas pen. 75, pen. 86).
Big 12: Nebraska 2 (Marlborough 20, 82) No. 16 Texas A&M 1 (Shipley pen. 68).
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Big Ten: Northwestern 1 (Herczeg pen. 21) No. 18 Michigan State 0.
SEC: No. 20 LSU 4 (Yepes 11, Boudreau 12, Banks 22, Alexander 44) Mississippi State 0.
SEC: Arkansas 0 No. 21 Mississippi 1 (Weatherly 91) (OT).
Big East: Louisville 0 No. 22 Marquette 2 (Bares 30, 31).
Big Ten: Minnesota 0 No. 23 Ohio State 1 (Martin 46).
WCC: San Francisco 2 (Mazur 43, Drake 51) No. 25 San Diego 3 (Vinti 36, Mock 61, Cartan 86).
SEC: No. 24 Georgia 0 Florida 1 (Annis 85).
(The game draws a season-high 2,023 fans in Athens.)
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Saturday, Oct. 17
ACC: No. 3 North Carolina 2 (Rich  51, Hawkins pen. 89) Virginia 1 (Farrelly 62).
Mountain West: No. 12 BYU 2 (Anderson 11, Payne 58) TCU 0.
(Cougars extend unbeaten streak to 11 games.)
Big East: No. 19 Rutgers 1 (Lang 6) No. 18 St. John's 0.

* OTHER RESULTS
Sunday. Oct. 18
ACC
Clemson 0 Duke 2

America East
Boston Univ. 1 Hartford 0

Atlantic-10
Charlotte 3 George Washington 2
Dayton 4 Duquesne 1
(Flyers are 10-0-5.)
Saint Louis 2 Richmond 2

Big East
DePaul 1 Connecticut 2
Georgetown 2 West Virginia 1
Villanova 0 Pittsburgh 0

Big South
High Point 2 Liberty 2
Radford 1 Gardner-Webb 0 (OT)
(Justine Dugger gets winner in 106th minute.)
UNC Asheville 0 Coastal Carolina 2
(Coastal Carolina has four-game unbeaten streak.)

Big Ten
Michigan 0 Indiana 0
Wisconsin 3 Penn State 3
(Wisconsin comes back from a two-goal deficit.)

Big 12
Baylor 2 Kansas 1 (OT)
Iowa State 1 Texas 0
Oklahoma 0 Missouri 1 (OT)

Big West
Cal Poly 1 Long Beach State 0

CAA
James Madison 1 William & Mary 0
(Corky Julien's score sets school record with sixth game-winning goal.)
Towson 1 UNC Wilmington 2
VCU 0 Old Dominion 1

Conference USA
Memphis 1 Tulsa 0
(Ashley Berra gets her 11th goal of the season.)
Rice 2 Southern Miss 0

Horizon
Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1 Wright State 0
(Sarah Hagen scores in ninth straight game.)

MAAC
Fairfield 1 Loyola (Md.) 2 (OT)

Mid-American
Bowling Green 1 Buffalo 0

Missouri Valley
Creighton 7 Southern Utah 0
Missouri State 2 Drake 0

Northeast
Central Connecticut State 1 LIU 1
St. Francis (Pa.) 1 Monmouth 4
(Hawks improve to 5-0-1 in conference play.)

Pac-10
Arizona 0 Washington State 1
(Mallory Fox converts penalty kick in the 84th minute.)
Arizona State 1 Washington 1

SEC

Alabama 0 Vanderbilt 1
Auburn 1 Kentucky 2

Southern
Davidson 1 Furman 0
Elon 0 Samford 1
(Samford extends undefeated streak to six consecutive matches.)

Summit
IUPUI 0 South Dakota State 1
(IUPUI has its 12-game winning streak.)

Sun Belt
Louisiana-Lafayette 2 Middle Tennessee 4
Troy 1 FIU 2
(FIU ties program high with sixth conference win.)

WAC
Nevada 1 Fresno State 3
Utah State 1 San Jose State 1

WCC
Pepperdine 2 Gonzaga 1

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Saturday, Oct. 17
Atlantic Sun
Campbell 1 North Florida 1

Atlantic-10
Massachusetts 3 Rhode Island 2

Big East
Seton Hall 2 Syracuse 1

Big Sky
Weber State 3 Northern Arizona 0

Big Ten
Iowa 1 Illinois 3

Horizon
Cleveland State 0 Valparaiso 2

Ivy

Harvard 1 Brown 0 (OT)
(Katherine Sheeleigh gets golden goal.)
Princeton 0 Columbia 0
Yale Cornell

Missouri Valley
Northern Iowa 1 Indiana State 2

Mountain West
Utah 0 New Mexico 1
Wyoming 1 UNLV 1

Patriot
Army 1 Lafayette 0
Bucknell 3 Navy 1
(Midshipmen suffer first Patriot League loss in 17 matches.)
Colgate 1 American 0


* EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Oct. 16
Pac-10: No. 1 Stanford 4 (Press 53, 68, O'Hara 55, 63) No. 9 USC 0.
WCC: Pepperdine 0 No. 2 Portland 6 (Enyeart 15, 41, Kreminski 68, 83, Burk 74, 78).
Pac-10: No. 17 California 0 No. 4 UCLA 1 (Leroux 77).
SEC: No. 24 Georgia 2 (Patterson pen. 52, 67) No. 5 South Carolina 1 (Grimsley 8).
Big East: No. 8 Notre Dame 6 (Knaack 11, 32, Augustin 24, 80, Iantorno 66, 81) Connecticut 1 (Ruutu 67).
Conference USA: Rice 1 (Taylor 52) No. 14 UCF 2 (Whidden 18, Thomas 70)
Big 12: Iowa State 0 No. 16 Texas A&M 1 (Shipley pen. 55).
SEC: No. 20 LSU 0 No. 21 Mississippi 0.
Big East: Cincinnati 0 No. 22 Marquette 1 (Bares 36).
Big Ten: Wisconsin 1 (Lam-Feist 90) No. 23 Ohio State 1 (Cameron 63).
WCC: St. Mary's 2 (Menzhuber 16, Tognetti 75) No. 25 San Diego 1 (Magracia 46).

Thursday, Oct. 15
ACC: Clemson 1 (Elder 70) No. 6 Florida State 5 (McCarty 4, 70, Price 48, 61, Jaurena 54).
ACC: No. 10 Maryland 1 (Kaplan 75) No. 7 Boston College 1 (Mewis 84).
Mountain West: No. 12 BYU 3 (Dow-Jackson 35, Vander Veur 54, Kakadelas 65) New Mexico 0.
ACC: N.C. State 0 No. 13 Wake Forest 2 (Sadow 6, 63).
(The win was the 200th in the coaching career of Wake coach Tony da Luz.)
Loyola (Ill.) 0 No. 15 Michigan State 1
(Mueller 11).
Big East: Seton Hall  1 (Rogers 10) No. 18 St. John's 3 (Leaverton 58, 64, Haas 84).
Big East: No. 19 Rutgers 2 (Schacher 60, Price 79) Syracuse 0.

Wednesday, Oct. 14

No. 11 Virginia Tech 3 (Johnson 22, Goldsworthy 43, Mitchell 70) Longwood 0.

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

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