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Soccer America Women's Weekend College Scoreboard
October 23rd, 2009 7AM

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No. 3 North Carolina dropped back-to-back games for only the sixth time in its history when it fell at Miami (Fla.), 1-0, on Beverly Goebel's unassisted goal with less than 10 minutes to play. Danielle Foxhoven had four goals for the second time this season and Halley Kreminski added the final three goals for No. 2 Portland in an 8-0 win over San Francisco. For the Sunday Top 25 action ...

* SUNDAY'S RESULTS:
Top 25
Pac-10: Washington 0 No. 1 Stanford 3 (O'Hara 29, Verloo 40, Hing-Glover 43).
WCC: No. 2 Portland 8 (Schmidt 14, Foxhoven 19, pen. 33, 36, 51, Kreminski 64, 78, 80) San Francisco 0.
ACC: Miami (Fla.) 1 (Goebel 80) No. 3 North Carolina 0.
Pac-10: No. 4 UCLA 3 (Leroux 15, Cline 66, Zadro 81) Oregon State 0.
ACC: No. 5 Florida State 2 (Price 63, McCarty 66) N.C. State 0.
ACC: Clemson 0 No. 6 Boston College 5 (V.DiMartino 11, 36, MacNeil 45, Bouchelle 54, Cerrone pen. 65).
Big East: No. 7 Notre Dame 2 (Knaack 10, Fowlkes 59) No. 22 Georgetown 0.
Pac-10: No. 9 USC 1 (Davila 8) Oregon 0.
ACC: No. 12 Wake Forest 0 Virginia 0.
ACC: Duke 4 (Gummersall 27, 31, 85, Alukonis pen. 60) No. 13 Virginia Tech 1 (Michels 22).
Big East: Louisville 1 (Cardell 15) No. 15 Rutgers 1 (Price 18).
SEC: No. 16 LSU 1 (Clarke 1) No. 10 South Carolina 0.
Conference USA: Tulsa 1 (Locke 88) No. 14 UCF 2 (Maynard 66, Jackson pen. 74).
SEC: No. 17 Mississippi 0 Vanderbilt 1 (Goldin 72).
(Loss is Ole Miss' first in seven matches.)
Big East: St. John's 0 No. 18 Marquette 1 (Ryan 87).
Big Ten: No. 19 Ohio State 1 (Brady 92) Purdue 0 (OT). (VIDEO)
SEC: Arkansas 0 No. 20 Florida 1 (Thompson 64).
Pac-10: No. 21 Washington State 2 (Roth 62, Dallstream 95) California 1 (Kevorkian 25) (OT).
Big 12: No. 23 Missouri 5 (own goal 20, Ruff 40, Bonnick 50, 57, Andrighetto 73) Nebraska 0.
SEC: Auburn 2 (Howell 56, 79) No. 24 Georgia 0.
Atlantic-10: No. 25 Dayton 3 (MacCormick 2, Back 18, 47) Massachusetts 0.
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America East
Boston Univ. 5 UMBC 0
Hartford 3 Vermont 0

Atlantic Sun
Florida Gulf Coast 10 USC Upstate 0
Jacksonville 1 Lipscomb 0 (OT)
North Florida 0 Belmont 2
Stetson 7 East Tenn. State 0
(Conference Update: Kennesaw State is the regular-season champion.)

Atlantic-10

Charlotte 3 Saint Joseph's 1
George Washington 1 Duquesne 0
Rhode Island 4 Xavier 0
St. Bonaventure 1 Richmond 0
Temple 1 Saint Louis 0

Big East

Connecticut  0 Pittsburgh 1 (OT)
Syracuse 3 South Florida 2
Providence 0 West Virginia 1
(Coach Nikki Izzo-Brown gets 200th career victory.)
Cincinnati  4 Seton Hall 0
DePaul 0 Villanova 1

Big Sky
Northern Arizona 4 Eastern Washington 2
Northern Colorado 1 Montana 0
Portland State 2 Weber State 0
Sacramento State 2 Idaho State 0

Big South
Gardner-Webb 1 UNC Asheville 0
(Coach Kevin Mounce gets his 100th victory at Gardner-Webb.)

Big Ten
Indiana 2 Iowa 0
Michigan 0 Wisconsin 0
Michigan State 2 Minnesota 1
Penn State 6 Illinois 0
(Katie Schoepfer scores hat trick for the Nittany Lions.)

Big 12
Kansas 1 Iowa State 0
Oklahoma State 1 Baylor 0
Texas 1 Colorado 0
Texas A&M 0 Texas Tech 0

Big West
Pacific 0 UC Santa Barbara 0

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

Conference USA
East Carolina 1 Memphis 2
(Tigers have won four straight matches.)
Marshall 1, UAB
UTEP 0 Rice 1

MAAC
Niagara 2 Iona 3
Rider 1 Saint Peter's 0
Canisius 1 Fairfield 1  
Loyola (Md.) 1 Manhattan 0

Mid-American
Buffalo 1 Ohio 2
Central Michigan 0 Toledo 0
Eastern Michigan 2 Bowling Green 0
Kent State 0 Akron 1
Miami (Ohio) 2 Northern Illinois 0
Ball State 1 Western Michigan 1

Missouri Valley
SIU Edwardsville  0 Missouri State 2
Murray State 1 Evansville 0
Creighton 1 Northern Iowa 1
Illinois State 2 Drake 0

Mountain West
UNLV 0 San Diego State 1

Northeast
Monmouth 4 Quinnipiac 1
Mount St. Mary's 1 Central Conn. State 3
LIU 1 Sacred Heart   0
Robert Morris 0 Bryant 1
Wagner 3 Fairleigh Dickinson 1

Ohio Valley
Morehead State 1 Eastern Illinois 0
Eastern Kentucky 1 Southeast Missouri State  0
Murray State 1 Evansville  0
SIU Edwardsville 0 Missouri State 2
Austin Peay 0 UT Martin 3

Patriot
American 0 Lehigh 2
Army 1 Colgate 2
Holy Cross 1 Bucknell 3
Navy 4 Lafayette 0
(Conference Update: Bucknell, Colgate, Army and American are the four conference tournament qualifiers.)

SEC
Alabama 0 Tennessee 2

Southern
Chattanooga 1 Georgia Southern 0
College of Charleston 0 Elon 2
The Citadel 1 UNC Greensboro 2
Furman 0 Appalachian State 1
Samford 1 Davidson 1
Wofford 0 Western Carolina 1

Summit
Centenary 1 IUPUI 3
(IUPUI ties school record with 13th minute.)
North Dakota State 5, UMKC 1
Oral Roberts 0 Western Illinois 1 (OT)
South Dakota State 3, Southern Utah 0

Sun Belt
Middle Tennessee 1 Denver 2

WCC
San Diego 2 Pepperdine 0

Non-Conference
Cal State Fullerton 0 New Mexico 0
Valparaiso 2 IPFW 0

* EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Oct. 24
Mountain West: No. 11 BYU 3 (Payne 67 Lisonbee 79, Janis 86) Air Force 0.

Friday, Oct. 23
Pac-10: No. 21 Washington State 1 (Van Leer 54) No. 1 Stanford 2 (Press 87, O'Hara 95) (OT)
WCC: No. 2 Portland 5 (Foxhoven 7, pen. 49, Schmidt 11, Chandhoke 43, Enyeart 51) St. Mary's 1 (Nied 71).
Pac-10: No. 4 UCLA 5 (Leroux 4, 59, Cheney 18, 21, Bywaters 67) Oregon 1 (Stoltenberg 60).
Big East: No. 7 Notre Dame 2 (Henderson 54, Iantorno 71) Villanova 0.
Pac-10: No. 9 USC 1 (Tomer 14) Oregon State 2 (Peck 54, Nixon 76).
Conference USA: SMU 0 No. 14 UCF 1 (Newsome 55).
Big East: Cincinnati 0 No. 15 Rutgers 1 (Dumont 91) (OT)
Big East: Syracuse 0 No. 18 Marquette 1 (Sloan 101) (OT)
Big East: DePaul 2 (Strickland 54, Hemming 105) No. 22 Georgetown 1 (Cabot 58) (OT)
Big 12: No. 23 Missouri 3 (Andrighetto 50, 74, Crabtree 73) Iowa State 1 (Nimtz 68).
Atlantic-10: No. 25 Dayton 2 (Oelschlager 51, Giner 83) Rhode Island 0.

Thursday, Oct. 22
ACC: No. 5 Florida State 3 (Edwards 7, DaCosta 85, Stephan 100) No. 3 North Carolina 2 (Klingenberg 66, McDonald 67) (OT).
ACC: Clemson 0 No. 8 Maryland 3 (Spencer 49, 74, Grove 84).
SEC: No. 10 South Carolina 2 (Rhoades 55, Grimsley 63) Arkansas 0.
ACC: No. 12 Wake Forest 3 (Sadow 35, Hutchinson 71, Fountain 87) No. 13 Virginia Tech 4 (Harvey pen. 4, Gray 54, 59, Conheeney 56).
ACC: No. 20 Florida 4 (Barney 5, 83, Chapman 32, Thigpen 61) No. 16 LSU 0.
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SEC: Kentucky 1 (Novikoff pen. 66) No. 17 Mississippi 4 (Jordan 27, 54, Weatherly 57, 80).
Big Ten: Illinois 0 No. 19 Ohio State 3 (Cameron 33, Steuer 41, 72).
(Tiffany Cameron adds assists on both Lauren Steuer goals.)
SEC: No. 24 Georgia 3 (Patterson 19, Simpson 21, Miller 23) Alabama 0.

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

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