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Stanford ends UCLA's long Pac-10 streak
by Paul Kennedy, October 18th, 2009 9:30PM
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WOMEN'S NEWS ... No. 1 Stanford earned its first win over No. 4 UCLA since 2002 with a 2-0 victory Sunday before an overflow crowd of 2,400 at Cagan Stadium. The Bruins were riding a 22-game Pac-10 winning streak heading into the contest.

For only the second time in 14 games, high-scoring forwards Kelley O'Hara (18 goals) or Christen Press (14) didn't score for the Cardinal, who won on an own goal and goal by sub Cam Levin 116 seconds apart in the second half.

The Stanford defense, anchored by freshman Alina Garciamendez and senior Alicia Jenkins in the middle, did an outstanding job against UCLA, which had won 12 straight games.

-- In another Top 25 matchup of Pac-10 teams, No. 9 USC beat No. 17 California, 3-2, on Alyssa Davila's golden goal.

* TOP 25 UPSETS. Three Top 25 teams fell to unranked teams on Sunday:

-- Freshman sensation Morgan Marlborough scored her 20th and 21st goals of the season to lead Nebraska to a 2-1 win over No. 16 Texas A&M.

-- No. 18 Michigan State lost at Wisconsin, 1-0, on Alycia Herczeg's early penalty kick.

--  A header by sophomore Tahnai Annis was all Florida needed to beat No. 24 Georgia, 1-0, in front of a season-high crowd of 2,023 in Athens.

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

* 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
Santa Clara 2 St. Mary's 1 (OT)

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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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