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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
September 14th, 2010 10:08PM
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[RESULTS] No. 1 Akron beat Cincinnati, 1-0, to extend its shutout streak to 10 games, just one shy of matching the record of 11, held by Virginia (2009) and Furman (2002). No. 14 Creighton and No. 18 both won, 3-2, in overtime over Bradley and San Diego, respectively. Cal State Bakersfield and UC Irvine both lost for the first time this season. For the complete Top 25 schedule ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Sept. 19
#1 Akron 1 Cincinnati 0. Att.: 2,619.
(Akron Tournament)
UA -- Anthony Ampaipitakwong 1 (unassisted) 13

South Carolina 0 #7 Connecticut 4. Att.: 1,372.
(South Carolina Tournament)
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 2 (unassisted) 3
UCONN --  Stephane Diop (Nickardo Blake, Tony Cascio) 13
UCONN -- Carlos Alvarez 2 (unassisted) 49
UCONN -- Alan Ponce 1 (Max Wasserman, Qian Grosvenor) 80

#8 Monmouth 3 NJIT 0. Att.:
540.
MU -- Jacob Rubenstein (Ryan Clark) 44
MU -- Cesar Blacido 1 (George Quintano) 78
MU -- George Quintano 1 (Ryan Kinne) 81

#23 New Mexico 0 #13 Harvard 0 (OT). Att.: 2,120.
(Lobo Classic)

#14 Creighton 3 Dartmouth 2 (OT). Att.: 275.
(The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic)
CU -- Ethan Finlay 4 (Kris Clark) 3
DART -- Bryan Giudicelli 1 (Kevin Dzierzawski) 26
CU -- Greg Jordan 3 (Josh Moran) 63
DART -- own goal 64
CU -- Jose Gomez 2 (Dion Acoff) 97

#24 Notre Dame 0 #15 Michigan State 2.
MSU -- Domenic Barone (Josh Barens, Cyrus Saydee) 40
MSU -- Domenic Barone (Cyrus Saydee) 84

St. Mary's 1 #17 Cal State Bakersfield 0. Att.: 329.
SMC -- Jordan Grider 1 (Trevor Newquist, Nathan Arambula) 32

#18 UCLA 3 San Diego 2 (OT). Att.: 909.
USD -- Marcelo Carminatti 2 (Stephen Posa) 12
UCLA -- Kelyn Rowe 3 (Patrick Matchett, Andrew Tusaazemajja) 45
UCLA -- Victor Chavez 2 (Kelyn Rowe) 55
USD -- Marcelo Carminatti 3 (unassisted) 57
UCLA -- Evan Raynr 1 (Victor Chavez) 95

#19 St. John's 5 LIU 0. Att.: 1,333.
STJ -- Adrian L'Esperance 1 (Tadeu Terra) 22.
STJ -- Adam Himeno 3 (Danny Diprama) 29
STJ -- John Tardy 1 (Kyle Hoffer) 35
STJ -- Jimmy Mulligan 1 (Jordan Rouse) 78
STJ -- John Tardy 2 (Jimmy Mulligan) 84

Sacramento State 2 #20 UC Irvine 0. Att.: 481.
SAC -- Chris Bettencourt 3 (Fernando Cabadas) 5
SAC -- Adam Bettencourt 1 (Chris Bettencourt) 52

Bradley 1 #21 SMU 3. Att.: 859.
(The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic)
BRA -- Christian Meza 2 (unassisted) 17
SMU -- Juan Castillo 6 (Josue Soto) 40
SMU -- Robbie Derschang 2 (Juan Castillo) 84
SMU -- Robbie Derschang 3 (T.J. Nelson) 87

Georgetown 1 #25 Penn 3. Att.: 771.
GU -- Tommy Muller (Seth C'Debeca) 10
PENN -- Travis Cantrell (unassisted) 52
PENN -- Stephen Baker (Aaron Ross, Travis Cantrell) 55
PENN -- Stephen Baker (unassisted) 83

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Sept. 18
#2 Virginia 0 #12 Wake Forest 1. Att.: 3,921.
WFU -- Andy Lubahn 2 (Luciano Delbono) 64

Florida Gulf Coast 1 #9 Ohio State 0. Att.: 1,332.
(Embassy Suites Kickoff Classic)
FGCU -- Ryan Price 2 (Donovan Henry) 64

#10 Louisville 2 Missouri State 1. Att.: 1,765.
MSU -- Heath Melugin (David  Buckenheimer, Jarred Clark) 14
LOU -- Colin Rolfe (Kenney Walker) 46
LOU -- Nick Deleon (Brock Granger) 53

#11 Maryland 3 N.C. State 1. Att.: 3,092.
MD -- Jason Herrick (unassisted) 28
MD --  Casey Townsend (Patrick Mullins) 29
MD -- Jason Herrick (Matt Kassel, Patrick Mullins) 52
NCS -- Chris Zuerner (unassisted) 79

#16 Portland 1 Washington 4. Att.: 1,760.
UW -- Brent Richards 3 (Matt Van Houten) 34
UW -- Zach Portillos 1 (unassisted) 38
UP -- Ryan Luke 2 (Steven Evans) 84
UW -- Daniel Gray 3 (Brent Richards) 85
UW -- Taylor Peay 1 (unassisted) 88

Oakland 0 #22 Butler 1. Att.:
1,517.
BU -- Julian Cardona 2 (Austin Oldham) 57

#25 William & Mary 2 High Point 1. Att.: 325.
W&M -- John Ciampa 1 (unassisted) 45
W&M -- Jimmy Carroll 1 (Ben Anderson) 54
HPU -- Karo Okiomah 3 (unassisted) 73

Friday, Sept. 17
#1 Akron 3 Cal State Northridge 0. Att.: 4,200.
(Akron Tournament)
UA -- Perry Kitchen 2 (Darlington Nagbe) 5
UA -- Darlington Nagbe 3 (Chris Korb, Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 28
UA -- Chad Barson 1 (Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 43

#6 Duke 0 #3 North Carolina 1. Att.:
4,675.
UNC -- Bruno Castro 1 (Josh Rice) 79

#4 Tulsa 4 Saint Louis 1. Att.: 637.
UT -- Matt Boullt (unassisted) 28
UT -- Chris Taylor (unassisted) 41
UT -- Austin Neil (Corey Albertson) 53
UT -- Ashley McInnes (unassisted) 78
SLU -- Adrian Gabeljic (Michael Robson) 84

#5 Boston College 4 Boston Univ. 0. Att.: 2,000.
BC -- Conor Fitzpatrick 3 (Patrick Chin) 34
BC -- Karl Reddick 1 (Kyle Bekker) 35
BC -- Charlie Rugg 2 (Edvin Worley) 43
BC -- Edvin Worley 1 (Amit Aburmad; Charlie Rugg) 43

#7 Connecticut 3 Kentucky 0. Att.: 155.
(South Carolina Tournament)
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 1 (Alan Ponce) 32
UCONN -- Jossimar Sanchez 2 (Colin Bradley, Carlos Alvarez) 35
UCONN -- Max Wasserman 1 (unassisted) 64              

Seton Hall 1 #8 Monmouth 2. Att.: 500.
SHU -- Victor Manosalvas 1 (Christia Battistea) 11
MU -- Ryan Kinne 4 (Jacob Rubinstein) 26
MU -- Ryan Kinne 5 (Ryan Clark) 53

#13 Harvard 0 UC Santa Barbara 2. Att.: 2,395.
(Lobo Classic)
UCSB -- Joe Eubanks 1 (Sam Garza) 43
UCSB -- David Opoku 1 (unassisted) 87

#14 Creighton 2 #21 SMU 3 (OT). Att.: 300.
(The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic)
CU -- Andrew Ribeiro 1 (Dion Acoff) 39
CU -- Ethan Finlay 3 (Jose Gomez, Kyle Deremer) 41
SMU -- Juan Castillo 5 (Craig Hill) 69
SMU -- Arthur Ivo 1 (pen.) 76
SMU -- Arthur Ivo 2 (pen.) 103

#15 Michigan State 1 Marquette 0. Att.: 1,916.
MSU -- Cyrus Saydee (unassisted) 59

Cal Poly 0 #18 UCLA 0. Att.: 8,717.

#19 St. John's 3 Hartford 0. Att.: 1,265.
STJ -- Omar Edwards 1 (Pablo Battuto Punyed, Sverre Wegge Gundhus) 2
STJ -- Tadeu Terra 4 (pen.) 73
STJ -- Adam Himeno 2 (Kyle Hoffer, Adrian L'Esperance) 83

#23 New Mexico 1 Buffalo 0. Att.: 2,395.
(Lobo Classic)
UNM -- Josh Caffey 1 (Kyle Venter) 42

Michigan 0 #24 Notre Dame 0. Att.: 3,503.

#25 Penn 0 Villanova 1. Att.: 336.
VU -- Daniel Gonzalez (Dylan Renna) 9

Thursday, Sept. 16
#9 Ohio State 1 South Florida 2. Att.: 513.
(Embassy Suites Kickoff Classic)
USF -- Shawn Chin 3 (Hasani Sinclair) 8
OSU -- Chris Hegngi 2 (Omar Vallejo) 19
USF -- Bernando Anor 2 (Hasani Sinclair) 83

UC Riverside 0 #17 Cal State Bakersfield 3. Att.: 226.
CSUB -- Richard Menjivar (Gyasi Zardes) 34
CSUB -- Gyasi Zardes (Robbie Gouk, Ernesto Hinojosa) 41
CSUB -- Scott Luedtke (unassisted) 61

Wednesday, Sept. 15
UNC Greensboro 2 William & Mary 1. Att.: 533.
W&M -- Alan Koger (Derek Buckley) 2
UNCG -- Hakan Ilhan 2 (Aaron Reifschneider) 30
UNCG -- Fannar Arnarsson 1 (unassisted) 83

Tuesday, Sept. 14
#2 Virginia 2 Marist 0. Att.: 983.
UVA -- Jimmy Simpson 3 (Brian Ownby) 9
UVA -- Brian Ownby 1 (Felipe Libreros) 16
Highlights

Fairfield 0 #5 Boston College 0. Att.: 280.

#6 Duke 4 George Washington 0. Att.: 407.
DU -- Ryan Finley 5 (unassisted) 49
DU -- Ryan Finley 6 (Cole Grossman) 50
DU -- Ryan Finley 7 (Cole Grossman) 52
DU -- Matthew Thomas 1 (Cole Grossman) 57

Loyola (Md.) 0 #11 Maryland 3. Att.: 2,090.
MD -- own goal 39
MD -- Patrick Mullins 1 (Doug Rodkey) 62
MD -- Matt Oduaran 1 (London Woodberry) 74

Charlotte 2 #12 Wake Forest 0. Att.: 2,010.
CHA -- own goal 33
CHA -- Evan James 2 (Donnie Smith, Tyler Gibson) 42

TOP 25 SCHEDULE:
Tuesday, Sept. 21
#2 Virginia vs. American
#5 Boston College vs. Rhode Island
UNC Wilmington vs. #6 Duke
#11 Maryland vs. George Mason
#12 Wake Forest vs. College of Charleston

Soccer America Men's Top 25
(Sept. 14 rankings)
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Akron (5-0-0) 1
2. Virginia (3-1-1) 2
3. North Carolina (3-1-0) 3
4. Tulsa (5-0-0) 4
5. Boston College (3-0-2) 5
6. Duke (2-1-2) 7
7. Connecticut (5-0-1) 6
8. Monmouth (6-0-0) 8
9. Ohio State (4-2-0) 9
10. Louisville (4-0-1) 11
11. Maryland (3-1-1) 12
12. Wake Forest (2-2-1) 14
13. Harvard (2-1-2) 15
14. Creighton (5-1-0) NR
15. Michigan State (5-1-0) 17
16. Portland (2-1-2) 18
17. Cal State Bakersfield (4-1-0) 20
18. UCLA (4-1-1) 23
19. St. John's (5-1-0) 24
20. UC Irvine (5-1-0) 25
21. SMU (7-0-0) NR
22. Butler (5-0-0) NR
23. New Mexico (3-1-2) 22
24. Notre Dame (2-2-2) NR
25. Penn (5-1-0) NR
25. William & Mary (4-1-0) NR
(Records are for games played through Sept. 18.)

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



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