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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
September 16th, 2010 4:59AM
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[RESULTS] No. 5 Virginia lost for the first time this season when it fell at West Virginia, 1-0. Colorado upset No. 10 UCLA, 1-0, on Izzy Herzl's overtime goal. No. 21 Illinois beat No. 16 Louisville, 3-0, to hand the Cardinals their first loss of the season. UCF crushed No. 19 Arizona State, 5-0. For the Top 25 schedule ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Sept. 19
#1 North Carolina 2 #8 Florida 0.Att.:650.
(Duke Nike Classic)

#2 Stanford 2 Georgetown 0.Att.:909.
(Santa Clara Classic)
STAN -- Christen Press 9 (Camille Levin) 3
STAN -- Christen Press 10 (pen.) 23

Rutgers 1 #4 Boston College 3.
BC -- Stephanie Wirth (1) Victoria DiMartino) 30
BC -- Brooke Knowlton (2) Alaina Beyar) 50
BC -- Amy Caldwell (2) Brooke Knowlton) 86
RU -- Kelsey Dumont 1 (April Price) 90

West Virginia 1 #5 Virginia 0. Att.: 1,376.
WVU -- Mallory Smith 3 (unassisted) 83

#6 Texas A&M 5 Cal State Northridge 0.Att.: 1,705.
A&M -- own goal 41.
A&M -- Alyssa Mautz 7 (Mary Grace Schmidt) 52
A&M -- Merritt Mathias 5 (Whitney Hooper, Beth West) 56
A&M -- Rachel Shipley 4 (pen.) 66
A&M -- Megan Majewski 1 (unassisted) 83

Colorado 1 #10 UCLA 0 (OT).
(Omni Hotels Colorado Classic)
COL -- Izzy Herzl (Kym Lowry, Kate Russell) 108

#11 Notre Dame 2 Northwestern 1. Att.: 317.
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 4 (Melissa Henderson) 5
NU -- Julie Sierks 1 (Leigh Jakes) 5
ND -- Melissa Henderson 4 (pen.) 21

#12 Santa Clara 1 Utah 0. Att.:909.
(Santa Clara Classic)
SCU -- Bridgett Miller 1 (Amanda Poach, Meleana Shim) 9

#13 Florida State 1 Arkansas 0 (OT). Att.: 767.
FSU -- Tori Huster 4 (Amanda DaCosta) 91

Colorado College 0 #14 Oklahoma State 0 (OT). Att.: 251.

#15 Duke 1 Middle Tennessee 0. Att.:650.
(Duke Nike Classic)
DUKE -- Mollie Pathman 3 (Gilda Doria) 10

#21 Illinois 3 #16 Louisville 0. Att.:420.
ILL -- Megan Pawloski 2 (Jackie Guerra) 37
ILL -- Shayla Mutz 2 (Julie Ewing) 62
ILL -- Marissa Holden 1 (Marissa Mykines) 87     

#18 Oregon State 2 San Diego State 2 (OT). Att.:731.
(Oregon State Nike Invitational)
OSU -- Megan Miller 1 (unassisted) 52
SDSU -- Michaela DeJesus 2 (unassisted) 54
SDSU -- Michaela DeJesus 3 (unassisted) 64
OSU -- Chelsea Buckland 3 (Ashley Folsom) 81

#19 Arizona State 0 UCF 5.
(Wildcat Tournament)
UCF -- Kim Newsome 3 (Kristina Trujic) 5
UCF --  Katy Ling 1 (Katie Bolinsky, Lauren Halbert) 34
UCF --  Tishia Jewell 3 (Katie Jackson) 47
UCF -- Tishia Jewell 34 (Amanda Martorana, Kristina Trujic) 69
UCF -- Amanda Martorana 1 (Tishia Jewell) 77

#22 California 1 Pacific 1 (OT). Att.:285.
PAC -- Lauren Olvera 1 (unassisted) 39
CAL -- Emi Lawson, 1 (unassisted) 87

#23 Minnesota 3 Illinois State 0. Att.:914.
MINN -- Steph Brandt (Katie Bethke, Shari Eckstrom) 52
MINN -- Molly Rouse, Katie Bethke) 58
MINN -- Julie Rezac, Katie Bethke 72

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Sept. 18
Rice 0 #9 BYU 1. Att.: 1,047.
BYU -- Lynda Hercules 2 (Auna J. Doria) 44

Friday, Sept. 17
#1 North Carolina 7 Middle Tennessee 1. Att.:425.
(Duke Nike Classic)
UNC -- Rachel Wood 1 (Alyssa Rich) 6
UNC -- Alyssa Rich 4 (Meghan Klingenberg) 9
UNC -- Alyssa Rich 5 (Courtney Jones) 23
UNC -- Meghan Klingenberg 2 (Ali Hawkins, Elizabeth Burchenal) 23
MT -- Vanessa Mueggler 5 (Charity Blair) 50
UNC -- Alyssa Rich 6 (Crystal Dunn) 53
UNC -- Meghan Klingenberg 3 (pen.) 54
UNC -- Elizabeth Burchenal 3 (Megan Brigman, Katie Klimczak) 78

#2 Stanford 6 Utah 1. Att.:250.
STAN -- Christen Press 6 (Teresa Noyola, Camille Levin) 9
STAN -- Teresa Noyola 4 (Lindsay Taylor, Christen Press) 12
STAN -- Christen Press 7 (Teresa Noyola, Camille Levin) 18
STAN -- Christen Press 8 (Mariah Nogueira, Morgan Redman) 32
UTAH -- Lauren Porter 1 (Lauren Hair, Morgan Skeen) 34
STAN -- Marjani Hing-Glover 1 (Shelby Payne) 78
STAN -- Shelby Payne 1 (Taylor McCann) 80

#3 Portland 1 #6 Texas A&M 0. Att.:4,517.
UP -- Halley Kreminski 2 (Sarah Bridges) 65

#7 Maryland 2 George Mason 1 (OT). Att.:1,046.
GMU -- Omolyn Davis 5 (unassisted) 11
MD -- Jasmyne Spencer 4 (unassisted) 80
MD -- Jasmyne Spencer 5 (Colleen Deegan, Caitlin McDowell) 94

#15 Duke 1 #8 Florida 1 (OT). Att.:4,675.
(Duke Nike Classic)
UF -- Mckenzie Barney 6 (Taylor Travis) 53
DUKE -- Laura Weinberg 4 (Kaitlyn Kerr) 89

#10 UCLA 4 Denver 2.
(Omni Hotels Colorado Classic)
UCLA -- Sydney Leorux (Jenna Richmond) 24
UCLA -- Amelia Mathis (unassisted) 39
UCLA -- Ahsha Smith (unassisted) 65
UCLA --  Chelsea Cline (pen.) 67
DU -- Jessie Rogers (Shannen Johnson) 72
DU -- Kaitlin Bast  (Katy Van Lieshout) 76

DePaul 0 #11 Notre Dame 2. Att.: 379.
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 2 (Rose Augustin) 27
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 3 (Melissa Henderson, Taylor Knaack) 89

#12 Santa Clara 1 Georgetown 0. Att.:1,005.
(Santa Clara Classic)
SCU -- Kelly Jenks 1 (Jenny LaPonte) 42

#14 Oklahoma State 6 Mississippi State 0. Att.:882.
OSU -- Krista Lopez 5 (unassisted) 33
OSU -- Katie Richardson 2 (unassisted) 46
OSU -- Krista Lopez 6 (Kristen Kelley) 57
OSU -- Krista Lopez 7 (unassisted) 62
OSU -- Taylor Mathews 2 (unassisted) 73
OSU -- Taylor Mathews 3 (unassisted) 79

#17 Memphis 0 TCU 3. Att.: 527.
TCU -- Kelly Johnson 1 (Alex Mechalske) 57
TCU -- Jackie Torda 1 (Kristen Halverson) 71
TCU -- own goal 84

#18 Oregon State 3 Butler 0. Att.: 367.
(Oregon State Nike Invitational)
OSU -- Jenna Richardson 2 (CourtneyWetzel) 26
OSU -- Melinda Ingalls 4 (Chelsea Buckland) 78
OSU -- Chelsea Buckland 2 (Jenna Richardson) 89

#19 Arizona State 1 Ohio State 0.
(Wildcat Tournament)
ASU -- Alyssa Freeman 1 (Kari Shane) 45  

#21 Illinois 1 LSU 0. Att.:896.
ILL -- Krystin Miller (pen.) 84

#22 California 1 San Francisco 0. Att.:180.
CAL -- Alex Morgan 10 (pen.) 51.

#25 USC 4 Oklahoma 1. Att.:266.
USC -- Autumn Altamirano (Carly Butcher) 40
USC -- Alyssa Davila (Altamirano) 58
USC -- Elizabeth Eddy (unassisted) 73
USC -- Haley Boysen (Elizabeth Eddy) 76
OKLA -- Dria Hampton (unassisted) 84

Thursday, Sept. 16
#16 Louisville 3 Cincinnati 1. Att.: 631.
LOU -- Christine Exeter 5 (unassisted) 44
LOU -- Christine Exeter  6 (Angelika Uremovich) 82
CIN -- Kendall Loggins 1 (unassisted) 83
LOU -- Jennifer Jones 2 (pen.) 88

South Carolina 1 #23 Minnesota 3. Att.:1,408.
USC -- Brooke Jacobs 1 (Kayla Grimsley, Maria Petroni) 6
MINN -- Allie Phillips 4 (Steph Brandt) 11
MINN -- Josie Solie 1 (Kylie Kallman) 33
MINN -- Tamara Strahota 3 (Kylie Kallman) 36

Wednesday, Sept. 15
#5 Boston College 7 Yale 0. Att.: 331.
BC -- Brooke Knowlton 2 (Amy Caldwell) 6
BC -- Victoria DiMartino 8 (unassisted) 22
BC -- Kristie Mewis 4 (Victoria DiMartino) 54
BC -- Patrice Vettori 1 (Victoria DiMartino) 58
BC -- Brooke Knowlton 3 (Julia Bouchelle, Kristie Mewis) 59
BC -- Brooke Knowlton 4 (Amy Caldwell) 62
BC -- Kate McCarthy 1 (unassisted) 87

TOP 25 SCHEDULE:
Monday, Sept. 20
#24 Texas vs. #9 BYU

Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Sept. 13 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. North Carolina (8-0-1) 1
2. Stanford (6-0-2) 2
3. Portland (9-0-0) 3
4. Boston College (7-0-1) 5
5. Virginia (6-1-1) 6
6. Texas A&M  (7-2-0) 7
7. Maryland (8-0-0) 8
8. Florida (6-1-1) 9
9. BYU (7-0-1) 10
10. UCLA (5-2-1) 13
11. Notre Dame (7-1-0) 4
12. Santa Clara (6-1-2) 11
13. Florida State (6-2-0) 12
14. Oklahoma State (7-1-1) 16
15. Duke (6-1-2) 17
16. Louisville (7-1-0) 18
17. Memphis (6-2-0) 20
18. Oregon State (5-0-1) 21
19. Arizona State (6-1-1) 24
20. Georgetown (7-2-0) 25
21. Illinois (7-1-0) NR
22. California (5-0-3) NR
23. Minnesota (8-1-1) 23
24. Texas (5-1-1) NR
25. USC (5-1-2) NR
(Records through games played Sept. 17.)

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



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