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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
September 22nd, 2010 12:33AM
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[RESULTS] No. 1 Akron crushed No. 3 Tulsa, 4-0, Friday night before a school record crowd of 4,744. The shutout tied an NCAA record with 11 in a row. The Zips, No. 9 Butler and No. 17 SMU are the only Top 25 teams with perfect records after No. 7 Monmouth's 2-0 loss to Loyola (Md.). UC Santa Barbara drew 15,896 fans -- the second-largest crowd to ever to watch an NCAA regular-season game -- for its 2-0 win over No. 15 UCLA. For the Top 25 men's action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Sept. 26
#8 Michigan State 2 Northwestern 0. Att.: 507.
MSU -- Spencer Thompson 3 (unassisted) 24
MSU -- Jeff Ricondo 2 (Tim Kreutz) 75

#9 SMU 2 Jacksonville 1 (OT). Att.: 103.
(at UAB)
JU -- Nedim Hurstic (Darko Karamatic) 13
SMU -- Robbie Derschang (Josue Soto) 70
SMU -- Arthur  Ivo (Leone Cruz) 93

Cal State Fullerton 2 #15 UCLA 3. Att.: 1,208.
UCLA -- Evan Raynr 2 (Andy Rose, Eder Arreola) 33
CSUF -- Mark Nelson 1 (Oscar Aguero) 35
UCLA -- Eder Arreola 1 (Ryan Hollingshead) 64
CSUF -- Nick Posthuma 4 (Ritchie Gonzalez) 76
UCLA -- Reed Williams 2 (Patrick Matchett, Rowe, Kelyn Rowe) 85

Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 #17 Butler 2. Att.: 302.
BU -- Matt Hedges 4 (Brett Heinz, Julian Cardona) 51
BU -- Ben Sippola 5 (pen.) 57

#21 Washington 1 UC Davis 0. Att.: 846.
(Husky Fever Classic)
UW -- Zach Portillos 2 (Casey McCool) 23

Boston Univ. 2 #24 Harvard 1. Att.: 261.
BU -- Kelvin Madzongwe 1 (Ben Berube) 27
HAR -- Kyle Henderson 1 (unassisted) 43
BU -- Ben Berube 3 (Vicente Colmenares, Aaron O'Neal) 57

#25 Portland 1 Seattle 1. Att.: 846.
(Husky Fever Classic)
UP -- Ryan Luke 4 (Jarad vanSchaik) 70
SU -- Ed Walugembe 1 (Sean Morris) 90

Saturday, Sept. 25
Clemson 0 #5 Virginia 1. Att.: 1,128.
UVA -- Ari Dimas  (unassisted) 88

#7 Monmouth 0 Loyola (Md.) 2. Att.: 1,355.
LOY -- Gary Weisbaum 1 (Phil Bannister) 44
LOY -- Phil Bannister 4 (Kevin Curran) 52

Providence 1 #10 Louisville 2. Att..: 537.
PC -- Matt Marcin 2 (Daniel Fabian) 9
LOU -- Kenney Walker 1 (unassisted) 33
LOU -- Dylan Mares 1 (Aaron Horton) 76

UNC Greensboro 1 #12 Wake Forest 2. Att.: 3,424.
WFU -- Luca Gimenez 2 (pen.) 40
UNCG -- Will Mack 1 (pen.) 63
WFU -- Andy Lubahn 3 (Luca Gimenez) 81

Notre Dame 1 St. John's 0. Att.: 928.
ND -- Steven Perry 3 (unassisted) 70

Vermont 0 #23 Brown 3. Att.: 624.
BRWN -- T.J. Popolizio 2 (Taylor Gorman, Sean Rosa) 40
BRWN -- Sean Rosa 4 (Evan Coleman) 80
BRWN -- Jon Okafor 2 (Sean Rosa) 86          

Dartmouth 1 #25 New Mexico 0. Att.: 1,725.
DART -- Bryan Giudicelli 2 (Kevin Dzierzawski) 81

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Sept. 24
#1 Akron 4 #3 Tulsa 0. Att.: 4,744.
UA -- Kofi Sarkodie 2 (unassisted) 9
UA -- Perry Kitchen 3 (Darlington Nagbe, Michael Nanchoff) 13
UA -- Darren Mattocks 3 (Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 50
UA -- Anthony Ampaipitakwong 2 (Darlington Nagbe) 70

#2 North Carolina 2 #11 Maryland 1. Att.: 3,317.
UNC -- Michael Farfan 1 (unassisted) 10
UNC -- Michael Farfan 2 (pen.) 53
UMD -- Matt Kassel 3 (pen.) 75

#13 Duke 1 #4 Boston College 0. Att.: 1,061.
DUKE -- Chris Tweed-Kent 1 (Temi Molinar, Ryan Finley) 83

#6 Connecticut 4 #22 South Florida 0.
Att.: 4,374.
UCONN -- Stephane Diop 4 (Carlos Alvarez, Nickardo Blake) 16
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 3 (Andrew Jeanbaptiste) 56
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 4 (Carlos Alvarez) 61
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 5 (Carlos Alvarez, Thomas Wharf) 61

UAB 2 #9 SMU 3. Att.: 1,219.
SMU -- Juan Castillo 7 (unassisted) 25
SMU -- Arthur Ivo 3  (Payton Hickey) 43
SMU -- Josue Soto 2 (Juan Castillo) 53
UAB -- Anthony King (pen.) 5
UAB -- Gentry Smith 2 (Flo Liu) 86

#14 Creighton 1 Wisconsin 0 (OT). Att.: 2,862.
CRE -- Ethan Finlay 5 (Kris Clark) 96

UC Santa Barbara 2 #15 UCLA 0. Att.: 15,896.
UCSB -- David Opoku 3 (Tim Pontius, Michael Boxall) 75
UCSB -- Danny Barrera 1 (Luis Silva) 90
 
Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 #17 Butler 2. Att.: 305.
BU -- Adekunle Oluyedun 3 (Conner Burt) 8
BU -- Matt Hedges 3 (Adekunle Oluyedun) 71
UGB -- JC Banks 2 (Tony Walls) 75 

Stanford 3 #18 St. Mary's 0. Att.: 664.
STAN -- Bobby Warshaw 3 (Adam Jahn, Dominique Yahyavi) 61
STAN -- Dominique Yahyavi 4 (Adoni Levine) 64
STAN -- Taylor Amman 2 (Thiago Sa Freire) 86

#19 California 2 Denver 2 (OT). Att.: 333.
DEN -- Kellan Christensen 1 (Alex Tarnoczi) 8
CAL -- Ryan Neil 1 (unassisted) 26
DEN -- Kegan Harkenrider 2 (Jarod Stigall) 72
CAL -- Michael Munoz 1 (Chris Ortega) 90

#20 Penn State 2 Indiana 3. Att.: 3,158.
IU -- Nikita Kotlov 2 (unassisted) 9
PSU -- Matheus Braga 2  (Drew Cost, Corey Hertzog) 40
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 8 (Matt Smallwood, Mackenzie Arment) 70
IU -- Harrison Petts 1 (Nikita Kotlov) 78
IU -- Will Bruin 6 (Andy Adlard) 90

#21 Washington 2 Seattle 0. Att.: 1,118.
(Husky Fever Classic)
UW -- Casey McCool 1 (unassisted) 22
UW -- Casey McCool 2 (Brad Keller, Brent Richards) 62

Stony Brook 1 #24 Harvard 1 (OT). At.: 773.
SBU -- Berian Gobeil 3 (pen.) 49
HAR -- Brian Rogers 3 (unassisted) 90

#25 Portland 2 UC Davis 1 (OT). Att.: 248.
(Husky Fever Classic)
UP -- Steven Evans 1 (Michael Nielsen) 24
UCD -- Alex Aguilar 1 (Kevin Schulte) 42
UP -- Jarad vanSchaik 2 (Ryan Luke) 92

Wednesday, Sept. 22
Duquesne 1 #8 Michigan State 2. Att.: 225.
MSU -- Dominic Barone 4 (Cyrus Saydee) 23
DUQ -- Stefan Lundberg 3 (Sean Gardner) 35
MSU -- Kevin Cope 1 (Spencer Thompson) 57

#10 Louisville 0 Ohio State 0. Att.: 1,934.

#21 Washington 2 Gonzaga 0. Att.: 516.
UW -- Brent Richards 4 (Daniel Gray) 45
UW -- Matt Van Houten 1 (Jamie Finch) 84

Tuesday, Sept. 21
#2 North Carolina 2 Wofford 1 (OT). Att.: 515.
WOF -- Armin Kinigadner 1 (pen.) 71
UNC -- Eddie Ababio 2 (unassisted) 88
UNC -- Kirk Urso 1 (unassisted) 95

#3 Tulsa 2 Missouri State (OT). Att.: 531.
MSU -- Edin Sabic 1 (unassisted) 14
TUL -- Adrian Klammer 2 (Matt Boullt) 75
TUL -- Austin Neil 7 (Ashley McInnes) 107

#4 Boston College 2 Rhode Island 0. Att.: 226.
BC -- Charlie Rugg 3 (Colin Murphy) 79
BC -- Edvin Worley 2 (Kyle Bekker) 83

#5 Virginia 2 American 0. Att.: 1,103.
UVA -- Brian Ownby 2 (Will Bates) 60
UVA -- Will Bates 3 (unassisted) 78
Highlights

#11 Maryland 2 George Mason 0. Att.: 1,351.
MD -- London Woodberry 1 (Matt Kassel) 55
MD --  own goal 64
 
#12 Wake Forest 0 College of Charleston 1. Att.: 837.

UNC Wilmington 0 #13 Duke 1. Att.:
1,620.
DUKE -- Ryan Finley 8 (Cole Grossman) 22

TOP 25 SCHEDULE:
Tuesday, Sept. 28

Old Dominion vs. #2 North Carolina
#5 Virginia vs. Longwood
#6 Connecticut vs. Boston College
#12 Wake Forest vs. South Carolina
#13 Duke vs. Elon

Soccer America Men's Top 25
(Sept. 21 rankings)
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Akron (6-0-0) 1
2. North Carolina (5-1-0) 3
3. Tulsa (6-1-0) 4
4. Boston College (4-1-2) 5
5. Virginia (5-1-1) 2
6. Connecticut (6-0-1) 7
7. Monmouth (6-1-0) 8
8. Michigan State (7-1-0) 15
9. SMU (9-0-0) 21
10. Louisville (5-0-2) 10
11. Maryland (4-2-1) 11
12. Wake Forest (3-3-1) 12
13. Duke (4-1-2) 6
14. Creighton (6-1-0) 14
15. UCLA (5-2-1) 18
16. St. John's (5-2-0) 19
17. Butler (7-0-0) 22
18. St. Mary's (4-2-1) NR
19. California (4-1-2) NR
20. Penn State (5-2-0) NR
21. Washington (6-1-1) NR
22. South Florida (4-2-1) NR
23. Brown (5-0-2) NR
24. Harvard (2-2-3) 13
25. Portland (3-1-3) 16
25. New Mexico (3-2-2) 23
(Records are for games played through Sept. 26.)

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



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  1. commented on: September 24, 2010 at 1:27 p.m.
    these rankings are not correct. how does a team with a loss stay #2. how does a team with loss and a tie stay in top 5

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