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SOCCER AMERICA MenÆs College Top 25 scores & goalscorers (Oct. 28-30)
October 30th, 2005 9:57PM

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Oct. 28

#1 Akron 1 (Ubiparipovic 115) Michigan 0 (OT).

St. MaryÆs 0 #8 Santa Clara 1 (Scott 77).

#6 Duke 0 #13 North Carolina 0 (OT).

#9 UCLA 1 (Hill 76) Oregon State 0.

George Mason 0 #10 Old Dominion 1 (Mackenzie 52).

#18 San Diego State 0 Washington 0 (OT).

#22 James Madison 0 Hofstra 1 (Osooli 94) (OT).

East Carolina 0 #24 SMU 7 (D.Saintus 11, 13, Zindel 22, Wileman 28, 49, Oliva 36, Hishimoto 88).

(Mustangs capture Conference-USA regular-season title.)

Oct. 29

#2 Maryland 3 (Garey 7, 30, King 40) #4 Indiana 3 (Peterson 74, own goal 75, Stevning 90) (OT).

(Game draws Ludwig record crowd of 6,203 fans.)

UNLV 0 #3 New Mexico 4 (Rowland 23, Hanna 51, Danaher 62, Watson 87).

#5 Virginia 1 (Holder 82) #12 Virginia Tech 2 (Nyarko 86, 98) (OT).

#7 Connecticut 1 (Chijindu 28) Georgetown 0.

#11 St. JohnÆs 1 (Alvarado-Ralph 73) Rutgers 1 (Sternberger 34) (OT).

Wofford 0 #14 UNC Greensboro 3 (Patterson 3, 48, Jonason 14).

(Randi Patterson passes career century mark with 101 points in 59 matches.)

Notre Dame 4 (Dike 41, Lapira 49, 76, Miller 51) #16 Seton Hall 0.

Oneonta State 0 #21 Hartwick 3 (McCann 8, Erskine 14, Greatwich 50).

#23 Cal State Northridge 2 (Siu 44, Feldman 60) UC Davis 0.

#25 UC Santa Barbara 2 (Becerra 48, Avila 85) Cal State Fullerton 0.

Oct. 30

#1 Akron 1 (Nyheim 75) Kentucky 0.

#9 UCLA 1 (Hill 61) Washington 0.

(Bruins pick up fifth straight shutout.)

Towson 1 (Haensel 87) #10 Old Dominion 2 (Cilikas 28, 94) (OT).

(ODU clinches top seed in CAA Tournament.)

#17 N.C. State 2 (King 6, Salter 26) #19 Wake Forest 1 (Valentin 27).

(N.C. State finishes ACC regular season with 4-3-1 record for first winning season since 1997.)

#18 San Diego State 2 (Creager 2, 26) Oregon State 1 (Findlay 62).

#20 Penn State 3 (MacNeill 32, Chambers 77, Yeisley 91) Michigan 2 (Alexander 32, Stacy 53) (OT).

#22 James Madison 2 (Zimmerman 2, Maldonado 95) Northeastern 1 (Betley 73) (OT).

South Carolina 3 (Hislop 25, Akinsete 78, Alcala 83) #24 SMU 0.



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