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October 23rd, 2009 7AM
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No. 2 UCLA fell at No. 21 Stanford, 2-0, for its first loss in 11 games. Bobby Warshaw and Evan Morgan won the game with second-half goals. Despite having its shutout streak snapped at 800 minutes, No. 6 Connecticut continued its unbeaten run with a 3-1 win at Big East rival Seton Hall. Indiana's troubles continued when the . No. 25 Hoosiers fell to 7-7-1 with a 2-0 loss at No. 12 Northwestern. San Diego State knocked off its second Pac-10 rival in three days when it won, 2-0, at No. 25 California. For the Sunday action ...

* SUNDAY'S RESULTS:
Top 25
No. 21 Stanford 2 (Warshaw 56, Morgan 76) No. 2 UCLA 0.
Seton Hall 1 (Welker 38) No. 6 Connecticut 3 (own goal 26, Cascio 55, 60).
St. Francis (Pa.) 2 (Moir 12, McLeod 83) No. 10 Monmouth 0.
No. 12 Northwestern 2 (Eliason 63, Kupe 79) No. 25 Indiana 0.
No. 14 Charlotte 2 (Gross 17, Rodriguez 61) Fordham 2 (Richardson 5, Brunbauer 88).
No. 15 Virginia 2 (Bates 58, Ownby 73) Boston College 0.
Marshall 1 (Jackson 73) No. 17 Tulsa 2 (Parada 11, Poeschk 87).
No. 18 Dartmouth 0 Columbia 2 (Adafin 69, Ayers 84).
Loyola Marymount 1 (Johnson 49) No. 19 San Diego 4 (Delgado 33, Feld 50, 60, Johnson 49).
Wisconsin 2 (Ahlering 32, Waspi 56) No. 23 Ohio State 0.
No. 25 California 0 San Diego State 2 (Reza 30, 37).
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Atlantic-10
Dayton 2 George Washington 1
St. Joseph's 0 St. Bonaventure 2
Richmond 2 Xavier 1
Saint Louis 1 La Salle 0

Big Ten
Michigan State 2 Michigan 1

MAAC
Fairfield 5 Manhattan 0
Iona 2 Saint Peter's 0
Marist 2 Rider 0
Siena 1 Loyola (Md.) 3

Mid-American
Bowling Green 2 Hartwick 2

MPSF

Air Force 2 UNLV 1
Denver 1 New Mexico 2

Patriot
Navy 0 Holy Cross 1 (OT)
(Crusaders win on an own goal off a corner kick.)

WCC
Portland 5 Gonzaga 1

* EARLIER TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Oct. 24
No. 3 Wake Forest 1 (Schilawski pen. 6) No. 5 Maryland 0.
Virginia Tech 0 No. 4 North Carolina 1 (Graye 48)
Seton Hall vs. No. 6 Connecticut-postponed
No. 7 South Florida 3 (Sinclair 64, Thuriere 71, Perucica 77) Villanova 1 (Seamon 7)
No. 8 UC Santa Barbara 2 (Ibrahim 24, Walker 32) Cal State Fullerton 0.
No. 9 Harvard 1 (Akpan pen. 66) Princeton 2 (Hoppenot 66, 102).
No. 11 Louisville 2 (DelPiccolo 58, Rolfe 82) Rutgers 0.
No. 16 Butler vs. Detroit-postponed
No. 18 Dartmouth vs. Columbia-postponed
No. 20 West Virginia 1 (Etuk 26) Georgetown 2 (Diggs 77, Larrabee 88)
Cornell 0 No. 22 Brown 1 (McNamara 71).

Friday, Oct. 23
Buffalo 0 No. 1 Akron 1 (Bunbury 13).
No. 25 California 0 No. 2 UCLA 1 (Nakazawa 41).
Robert Morris 0 No. 10 Monmouth 1 (Vazquez 30).
(Hawks record their eighth straight shutout.)
No. 14 Charlotte 3 (Caughran 29, Gross 33, Tucker 71) La Salle 0.
(
49ers have only allowed one goal in the last 500 minutes of play.)
No. 21 Stanford 1 (Abolfathi 69) San Diego State 2 (Cardenas 13, Diouf 92) (OT).
No. 24 Duke 2 (Thomas 75, Grossman pen. 82) Clemson 1 (Thornton 22).

Thursday, Oct. 22
No. 19 San Diego 1 (Wallen 52) Loyola Marymount 2 (McDaniel 18, Krumpe 94) (OT).

Wednesday, Oct. 21

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.

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

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