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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
August 22nd, 2010 1:11AM
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[COLLEGE] Defending champion North Carolina, ranked No. 2 in the Soccer America Preseason Top 25, opened the 2010 women's season with two impressive wins at the Texas A&M Tournament, while top-ranked Stanford was held to a 1-1 tie by No. 6 Boston College and beat Boston University, 2-1. No. 3 Portland and No. 4 Notre Dame both won twice. No. 5 UCLA's Sydney Leroux was the big scorer with four goals for the Bruins in their 7-0 win over Cal Poly. For all the weekend results and goalscorers ...

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Top 25 Results:
SUNDAY:
Boston Univ. 1 #1 Stanford 2. Att.:
223.
STA -- Sydney Payne (Lindsay Taylor) 16
STA -- Christen Press (unassisted) 22
BU -- Lisa Kevorkian 1 (Corie Halasz) 36

#2 North Carolina 3 Michigan State 0. Att.: 2,089.
(at Texas A&M Tournament)
UNC -- Alyssa Rich 1 (Courtney Jones) 5
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 1 (Alyssa Rich) 51
UNC -- Brittani Bartok 1 (Elizabeth Burchenal) 74

Cal State Northridge 1 #3 Portland 2. Att.: 1,496.
UP -- Micaela Capelle 1 (Elli Reed, Sophie Schmidt) 31
UP -- Micaela Capelle 2 (Halley Kreminski) 45
CSUN -- Sonia Espitia 1 (unassisted) 58

#4 Notre Dame 3 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0. Att.:
702.
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 1 (unassisted) 52
ND -- Rose Augustin 1 (Melissa Henderson) 65
ND -- Rose Augustin 2 (Erica Iantorno) 70

#5 UCLA 7 Cal Poly 0. Att.:
500.
UCLA -- Zakiya Bywaters 1 (Dana Wall) 8
UCLA -- Dana Wall 1  (unassisted) 10
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 1 (Zakiya Bywaters) 21
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 2 (Liz Zadro) 39
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 3 (Liz Zadro, Jenna Richmond) 41
UCLA -- Lauren Barnes 1 (unassisted) 44
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 4 (unassisted) 85

#7 Virginia 6 Colgate 0. Att.:
889.
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 3 (Lauren Alwine 2) 16’
UVA -- Julia Roberts 1 (Amanda Fancher 1) 38’
UVA -- Sinead Farrelly 1 (unassisted) 51’
UVA -- Caroline Miller 1 (Lauren Alwine 3) 66’
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 4 (Sinead Farrelly 1, Lindsey Miller 1) 71’
UVA -- Lindsey Miller 1 (Gloria Douglas 1) 74’

#8 Texas A&M 3 St. John's 0. Att.: 2,089.
A&M -- Alyssa Mautz 1 (Merritt Mathias) 21
A&M -- Whitney Hooper 1 (Lyndsey Gnatzig) 63
A&M -- Whitney Hooper 2 (Amber Gnatzig) 90

#9 Florida State 2 Gonzaga 0. Att.:
200.
(at Washington State Invitational)
FSU -- Toni Huster 1 (Erin Kleppa) 2
FSU -- Janice Cayman 1 (Tori Huster) 47

#10 Santa Clara 2 Jose State 1. Att.: 692.
SJS -- Katie Knopp 1 (Lauren-Ng-Pinkerton) 75
SCU -- Sarah Jackson 1 (Anessa Patton) 83
SCU -- Anessa Patton 1 (Julie Johnston, Lauren Matheson) 86

#12 Maryland 3 Missouri 2. Att.:
305.
MO -- Dominiqu Richardson 1 (Danielle Nottingham) 6
MD -- Sade Ayinde 1 (Olivia Wagner) 37
MD -- Amy O'Sullivan 1 (Sade Ayinde; Caitlin McDowell) 49
MD -- Ashley Grove 3 (Molly Dreska; Megan Gibbons) 71
MO -- Alysha Bonnick 1  (unassisted) 77

UCF 0 #13 Florida 2. Att.: 2,141.
FLA -- Tahnai Annis (unassisted) 48
FLA -- Tahnai Annis 2 (Erika Tymrak, McKenzie Barney) 52

#18 Memphis 3 Samford 0. Att.: 327.
MEM -- Rasheeda Ansati 1 (Christabel, Oduro) 23
MEM -- Laura Laufenberg 1 (Ashley Berra, Krista Turner) 49
MEM --  Rasheeda Ansati 2 (unassisted) 59

#21 Dayton 2 Toledo 1.
Att.: 452.
UD -- Colleen Williams 2 (Tori Oelschlager) 24
UD -- Alexis Garcia 1 (Colleen Williams) 63
TOL -- Molly Cantwell 1 (Rachael Kravitz) 66

Ohio State 1 #22 Marquette 1 (OT). Att.: 334.
MAR -- Lisa Philbin 1 (Julia Victor) 79
OSU-- Aly Walker 1 (Tiffany Cameron) 84
Highlights

Northeastern 0 #23 South Carolina 3. Att.: 235.
SC -- Gabrielle Gilbert 1 (Kayla Grimsley) 11
SC -- Ali Glemser 1 (unassisted) 33
SC -- own goal 82

#25 California 2 UC Irvine 2. (OT). Att.: 332.
CAL -- Alex Morgan 1 (Grace Leer) 13
UCI -- Lexi Koft 1 (Nikki Forest) 34
CAL -- Alex Morgan 2 (Emily Shibata) 37
UCI -- Courtney Goodson 1 (unassisted) 89

FRIDAY:
#6 Boston College 1 #1 Stanford 1 (OT). Att.: 2,000.
STA -- Lindsay Taylor 1 (unassisted) 56
BC -- Natalie Crutchfield 1 (Kristie Mewis) 64

#8 Texas A&M 0 #2 North Carolina 3. Att.: 2,822.
UNC --  Meghan Klingenberg 1 (Ali Hawkins, Meg Morris) 3
UNC -- Ali Hawkins 1 (Rachel Givan) 20
UNC -- Amber Brooks 1 (Meghan Klingenberg) 57

#3 Portland 1 Portland State 0. Att.: 2,550.
UP -- Sophie Schmidt 1 (Keelin Winters) 1

#4 Notre Dame 1 Minnesota 0. Att.: 749.
ND -- Henderson 1 (unassisted) 79

#7 Virginia 4 Liberty 0. Att.:
1,117.
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 1 (unassisted) 27
UVA --Gloria Douglas 1 (Kate Norbo 1, Amber Fry 1) 40
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 2 (Lauren Alwine 1) 48
UVA -- Lauren Alwine 1 (Meghan Lenczyk 1) 53

Washington State 0 #9 Florida State 1. Att.: 828.
FSU -- Amanda Da Costa 1 (Rachel Lim) 58

#10 Santa Clara 1 San Diego State 0. Att.: 761.
SCU -- Maxine Goynes 1 (Julie Johnston) 22

West Virginia 1 #11 Penn State 2 (OT). Att.: 1,277.
PSU -- Danielle Toney 1 (unassisted)  22
WVU -- Bri Rodriguez 1 (unassisted) 33
PSU -- Tani Costa 1 (Hayley Brock) 100

#12 Maryland 6 Iona 0. Att.: 268.
MD -- Ashley Grove 1 (Caitlin McDowell) 2
MD -- Ashley Grove 2 (Lydia Hastings, Amy O'Sullivan) 13
MD -- Lydia Hastings  1 (Ashley Grove, Jasmyne Spencer) 15
MD -- Molly Dreska 1 (Lydia Hastings, Caitlin McDowell) 33
MD -- Danielle Hubka 1 (Sade Ayinde) 47
MD -- Olivia Wagner (1 (unassisted) 83    

#13 Florida 2 Miami, Fla. 1 (OT). Att.:
1,932.
UF – McKenzie Barney 1 (Taylor Travis) 49
UM – Blake Stockton 1 (unassisted) 53
UF – Taylor Travis 1 (Holly King, McKenzie Barney) 107

Long Beach State 0 #14 BYU 2. Att.: 346.
BYU -- Kassidy Shumway 1 (Stacy Bartholomew) 47
BYU -- Carlee Payne 1 (Kassidy Shumway) 54

UNC Wilmington 0 #15 Wake Forest 4. Att.:
369.
WF -- Jordan Feger 1 (Katie Stengel) 37
WF -- Rachel Nuzzolese 1 (Jackie Logue) 55
WF -- Katie Stengel 1 (unassisted) 62
WF -- Casey Luckhurst 1 (Rachel Nuzzolese) 73

Wisconsin-Green Bay vs. #16 Wisconsin (postponed-bad weather)

Elon 1 Virginia Tech 2. Att.:
223.
VT --  Kelsey Billups 1 (Kelly Conheeney) 26
VT -- Kelly Conheeney 1 (Kelsey Billups) 53
ELO -- Brittany Hallberg 1 (Kimmie Krauss, Alanna Winsper) 83
Highlights

Saint Louis 1 #18 Memphis 2. Att.:
2,200.
MEM -- Alena Strnadova 1  (unassisted) 40
SLU -- Alli Reimer 1 (Ashley Brazill) 57
MEM --  Lizzy Hildebrandt 1 (Vendula Strnadova, Taylor Isenhower) 79

#19 Oklahoma State 1 Oklahoma 0. Att.:
703.
OSU -- Kyndall Treadwell 1 (Annika Niemeier 36

#20 USC 1 San Diego 0. Att.: 360.
USC -- Devany Savage 1 (Stephanie Ochs) 54

#21 Dayton 1 Butler 0 (OT). Att.: 338.
UD -- Colleen Williams 1 (Julian Lubertin) 103

#22 Marquette 5 Idaho State 0. Att.: 376.
MAR -- Rosie Malone-Povolny 1 (Lauren Thut) 18
MAR -- Rachael Sloan 1 (Rosie Malone-Povolny) 56
MAR -- Rachael Sloan 2 (Kerry McBride) 63
MAR -- Taylor Madigan 1 (Lauren Thut) 70
MAR -- Kate Reigle 1 (unassisted) 73  

Boston Univ. 0 #23 South Carolina 1. Att.: 195.
SC -- Lolly Holland 1 (Kayla Grimsley) 82

Georgia 0 #24 Duke 1. Att.: 
2,113.
DUK -- Molly Lester 1 (Rebecca Allen) 14

#25 California 2 Loyola Marymount 1. Att.: 265.
CAL -- Miranda White 1 (Lauren Battung) 7
CAL -- own goal 73
LMU -- Nickey Ha 1 (Britttney Sanford) 86

Top 25 Schedule:
MONDAY: Cal State Fullerton vs.  #14 BYU
MONDAY: UNC Greensboro vs. #15 Wake Forest
MONDAY: #17 Virginia Tech vs. American

Soccer America Women's Preseason Top 25
RANK/TEAM (2010 RECORD)
1. Stanford (1-0-1)
2. North Carolina (2-0-0)
3. Portland (2-0-0)
4. Notre Dame (2-0-0)
5. UCLA (1-0-0)
6. Boston College (0-0-1)
7. Virginia (2-0-0)
8. Texas A&M  (1-1-0)
9. Florida State (2-0-0)
10. Santa Clara (2-0-0)
11. Penn State (1-0-0)
12. Maryland (2-0-0)
13. Florida (2-0-0)
14. BYU (1-0-0)
15. Wake Forest (1-0-0)
16. Wisconsin (0-0-0)
17. Virginia Tech (1-0-0)
18. Memphis (2-0-0)
19. Oklahoma State (1-0-0)
20. USC (0-1-0)
21. Dayton (2-0-0)
22. Marquette (1-0-1)
23. South Carolina (2-0-0)
24. Duke (1-0-0)
25. California (1-0-1)

Note: The Soccer America Women's Top 25 will appear in the College Reporter each Monday during the regular season.



0 comments
  1. Gary Macmath
    commented on: August 23, 2010 at 8:49 a.m.
    Whys is Sydney Leroux still in the on pitch at 85', scoring her 4th goal of the game?
  1. Stephanie Guaiumi
    commented on: August 23, 2010 at 10:41 p.m.
    Milwaukee 2 vs Ohio State 1 - Friday night result left off

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