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Soccer America Men's College Scoreboard
October 22nd, 2009 7:01AM

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In a pair of Top 25 matchups, No. 9 South Florida edged No. 18 Dartmouth, 1-0, and No. 11 Louisville crushed No. 25 Indiana, 4-0. The Hoosiers have lost four of their last six games. No. 17 Tulsa fell at home to SMU, 3-2. For all the Wednesday results ...

* WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS:
Top 25
No. 7 South Florida 1 (Mora 27) No. 18 Dartmouth 0.
No. 11 Louisville 4 (Braun 5, Rolfe 13, 56, Knight 82) No. 25 Indiana 0.
No. 13 N.C. State 2 (Zuerner 74, Sanchez 90) High Point 1 (Sloan 86).
No. 16 Butler 3 (Capito 6, Cardona 23, Gatzky 79) DePaul 1 (Lara 2).
No. 17 Tulsa 2 (Parada 10, Neil 83) SMU 3 (Soto pen. 13, Vasquez 26, Rosenbaum 63).
No. 23 Ohio State 0 No. 20 West Virginia 0.

America East
Albany 0 New Hampshire 1
Boston Univ. 1 UMBC 2
Hartford 2 Binghamton 1
Stony Brook 2 Vermont 1
Standings: New Hampshire 5-0-0, Hartford 3-1-1; Stony Brook 3-2-0; UMBC 2-2-0; Binghamton 2-2-0; Vermont 1-2-2; Boston Univ. 1-4-0; Albany 0-4-1.

Big East
Georgetown 1 Notre Dame 2

Big South
Presbyterian 1 Coastal Carolina 1
Radford 3 VMI 0

Big West
Cal State Northridge 0 UC Davis 0
UC Irvine 2 Cal Poly SLO 1
UC Riverside 2 Cal State Fullerton 2
Standings: UC Santa Barbara 4-1-0, 12 pts; Cal Poly 4-2-0, 12 pts; Cal State Fullerton 3-2-1, 10 pts; UC Irvine 3-2-0, 9 pts; Cal State Northridge 2-2-1, 7 pts; UC Davis 2-4-1, 7 pts UC Riverside 0-5-1, 1 pt.

CAA
Hofstra 2 George Mason 0
James Madison 0 Old Dominion 1
Northeastern 4 Drexel 0
Towson 0 Delaware 1
UNC Wilmington 1 William & Mary 1
VCU 3 Georgia State 0
Standings: Hofstra 5-1-1; Northeastern 5-1-0; UNC Wilmington 4-0-2; William & Mary 4-2-1; Old Dominion 3-2-2; George Mason 3-3-1; Towson 3-4-0; James Madison 2-3-1; Georgia State 2-5-0; Delaware 2-5-0; Drexel 1-4-1; VCU 1-5-1

Conference USA
Marshall 2 Memphis 1

Missouri Valley
Bradley 0 Creighton 3
Drake 3 Eastern Illinois 0
Evansville 0 Missouri State 1
Standings: Creighton 4-2-2, 14 pts; Missouri State 4-1-1, 13 pts; Drake 4-1-0, 12 pts; Evansville    3-3-1, 10 pts; Eastern Illinois 2-4-0, 6 pts; Bradley 0-6-0, 0 pts.

Southern
Georgia Southern 1 Wofford 4

WCC
Gonzaga 2 Portland  2

Non-Conference
Army Sacred Heart
Bucknell 1 Penn State 2
Central Arkansas 1 Centenary 0
Holy Cross 1 Boston College 2
Michigan State 2 Bowling Green 1
Oakland 3 Detroit 1
Pittsburgh 2 Cleveland State 2
Rutgers 2 NJIT 1
Syracuse 1 Adelphi 2
Wisconsin 2 Marquette 0
Wright State 2 IUPUI 1
(Brian Cothern scores tying goal and sets up Brad Bamberger's game-winner.)

* EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Tuesday, Oct. 20
Michigan 1 (Meram 48) No. 1 Akron 5 (Bunbury 31, Nagbe 35, 36, 63, Nanchoff 52).
South Carolina 0 No. 3 Wake Forest 3 (Schilawski 9, 59, Estridge 79).
No. 5 Maryland 3 (Yates 34, Herrick 38, 64) Seton Hall 1 (Zammiello 23)
Yale 0 No. 6 Connecticut 2 (Diop 29, Wasserman 83).
(Stephane Diop and Max Wasserman both get first collegiate goals.)
Providence 1 (Cintron 90) No. 9 Harvard 2 (Mitchell 88, Akpan 90).
No. 12 Northwestern 1 (Eliason 83) Loyola (Ill.) 0.
No. 15 Virginia 2 (Bates 15,  Tchani 55) Howard 0.
St. John's 1 (Becerra pen. 61) No. 22 Brown 1 (Elenz-Martin 36).
(Red Storm has eight ties in 14 games.)
No. 24 Duke 3 (Finley 25, Grossman 53, Tweed-Kent 58) Navy 0.

Soccer America Men's Top 25
TEAM (2009 RECORD) PREVIOUS
1. Akron (14-0-0) 1
2. UCLA (8-1-2) 2
3. Wake Forest (10-2-2) 4
4. North Carolina (9-2-2) 3
5. Maryland (10-3-1) 6
6. Connecticut (9-2-3) 10
7. South Florida (10-2-2) 14
8. UC Santa Barbara (10-3-1) 5
9. Harvard (10-2-1) 8
10. Monmouth (12-0-1) 11
11. Louisville (10-2-2) 7
12. Northwestern (8-2-4) 9
13. N.C. State (10-3-1) 12
14. Charlotte (8-1-3) NR
15. Virginia (9-3-1) 17
16. Butler (10-1-1) 18
17. Tulsa (8-4-2) NR
18. Dartmouth (8-3-1) NR
19. San Diego (9-3-0) NR
20. West Virginia (6-2-6) NR
21. Stanford (8-3-1) 19
22. Brown (7-1-5) 20
23. Ohio State (8-3-4) 15
24. Duke (9-4-0) 25
25. California (8-5-0) 13
25. Indiana (7-6-1) 23

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