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September 23rd, 2010 11:34PM
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[RESULTS] In Sunday action, No. 6 Maryland and No. 14 Duke played to a 1-1 tie, No. 11 UCLA edged No. 12 Santa Clara, 1-0, and No. 19 Minnesota beat No. 15 Illinois by the same score. For the Sunday results ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Sept. 26
N.C. State 0 #4 Boston College 1. Att.: 358.
BC -- Kristie Mewis (Victoria DiMartino) 24

Nebraska 2 #5 Texas A&M 1. Att.: 597.
A&M -- Alyssa Mautz 8 (Beth West) 11
NU -- Morgan Marlborough 10 (unassisted) 14
A&M -- Bri Young 3 (unassisted) 71

#6 Maryland 1 #14 Duke 1. Att.:715.
DUKE -- Callie Simpkins 3 (Molly Lester) 62
MD -- Ashley Grove 7 (unassisted) 76

#16 Oklahoma State 2 Texas Tech 0. Att.:434.
OSU -- Krista Lopez 8 (Kyndall Treadwell) 6
OSU -- Krista Lopez 9  (Taylor Mathews) 84

#18 Louisville 0 #9 Notre Dame 5. Att.: 772.
ND -- Taylor Knaack 1 (Jessica Schuveiller, Melissa Henderson) 10
ND -- Melissa Henderson 5 (unassisted) 24
ND -- Melissa Henderson 6 Elizabeth Tucker) 72
ND -- Erica Iantorno 2 (unassisted)  88
ND -- Ellen Jantsch 1 (unassisted) 90

#11 UCLA 1 #12 Santa Clara 0. Att.:494.
UCLA -- Iman Bearde 1 (Jenna Richmond, Elise Britt,) 33

Miami (Fla.) 0 #13 Florida State 2. Att.:1,217.
FSU -- Tori Huster  4 (Rachel Lim Cross) 12
FSU -- Amanda DaCosta 2 (Janice Cayman) 89

#19 Minnesota 1 #15 Illinois 0. Att.:954.
MINN -- Katie Bethke 1 (MacKenzie Misel) 71

UC Riverside 0 #17 Oregon State 3. Att.:62.
(UC Irvine Tournament)
OSU -- Erin Uchacz 2 (Courtney Wetzel) 70
OSU -- Courtney Wetzel 1 (Jenna Richardson) 75
OSU -- Chelsea Buckland 4 (Jenna Richardson) 88

Colorado 0 #21 Texas 0. Att.: 1,324.

Eastern Washington 1 #22 USC 5. Att.: 185.
EWU -- Whitney Brannan 7 (Brittany Sparks) 2
USC -- Courtney Garcia 1 (Elizabeth Eddy) 7
USC -- Samantha Johnson 2 (unassisted) 12
USC -- Haley Boysen 3  (Autumn Altamirano) 45
USC -- Karter Haug 1 (unassisted) 85
USC -- Courtney Garcia 2 (unassisted) 88

#23 UCF 2 Marshall 1. Att.:215.
MARS -- Megan Tabler 2 (Erika Duncan) 14
UCF -- Amanda Martorana 2 (Christina Petrucco) 2
UCF -- Marissa Diggs 1 (Katie Bolinsky, Katie Jackson) 66

Kentucky 1 #24 South Carolina 5. Att.: 494.
UK -- Kelsey Hunyadi 5 (Natalie Horner, Kelly Browning) 26
USC -- Sam McGowan 1 (Kayla Grimsley, Christine Watts) 40
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 3 (Christine Watts) 53
USC -- Lolly Holland 7 (unassisted) 56
USC --  Brooke Jacobs 2 (unassisted) 58
USC -- Danielle Au 4 (Brooke Jacobs) 61

#25 Auburn 1 Mississippi 2. Att.:278.
UM -- Taylor Cunningham 2 (unassisted) 22
AU -- Ashley Marks 3 (Maddie Barnes; Mary Coffed) 69
UM -- Dylan Jordan 7 (Mandy McCalla; Taylor Cunningham) 81

Saturday, Sept. 25
#2 Stanford 2 #3 Portland 1. Att.:1,376.
STAN -- Mariah Nogueira 2 (unassisted) 21
STAN -- Christen Press 13 (Noyola, Teresa) 36
UP -- Danielle Foxhoven 3 (unassisted) 80

Utah State 0 #11 BYU 3. Att.:740.
BYU -- Kassidy Shumway 4 (Lauren Anderson) 5
BYU -- Jennie Marshall 4 (Kassidy Shumway) 28
BYU --Auna J. Doria 2 (Nicole Ernst) 79

Friday, Sept. 24
#5 Texas A&M 1 Colorado 2 (OT). Att.:
1,991.
UC -- Kate Russell 1 (Hayley Hughes) 4
A&M -- Merritt Mathias 6 (unassisted) 58
UC -- Lizzy Herzl 2 (Kassidy Fitzgerald) 98

#9 Notre Dame 4 Cincinnati 0. Att.:1,200.
ND -- Rose Augustin 5 (Lauren Fowlkes) 12
ND -- Mandy Laddish 1 (unassisted) 37
ND -- Adriana Leon 1 (Lauren Fowlkes) 42
ND -- Julie Scheidler 1 (Jessica Schuveiller) 62

Kentucky 0 #10 Florida 2. Att.: 372.
UF -- Erika Tymrak (Tahnai Annis) 47
UF -- Annis (McKenzie Barney) 81

#11 UCLA 2 San Diego 0. Att.:560.
UCLA -- Lauren Barnes 3  (unassisted) 78
UCLA -- Chelsea Braun 1 (Dana Wall, Charney Burk) 87

#12 Santa Clara 2 Oregon 1. Att.:1,561.
SCU -- Margueritte Aozasa 1 (Bridgett Miller) 9
SCU -- Margueritte Aozasa 2 (Sarah Jackson) 50
ORE -- Jen Stoltenberg 7 (Taylor Jones) 54

#16 Oklahoma State 2 Baylor 1. Att.:809.
OSU -- Kristen Kelley 1  (unassisted) 49
BU -- Dana Larsen 5 (unassisted) 52
OSU -- Kyndall Treadwell (unassisted) 88

UC Irvine 1 #17 Oregon State 0. Att.:429.
(UC Irvine Tournament)
UCI -- Mar Rodriguez 3 (unassisted) 79

DePaul 1 #18 Louisville 2. Att.: 305.
DPU -- Arianna Foster 1 (Tara Strickland) 61
LOU -- Shannon Leamy 1  (unassisted) 77
LOU --  Julie Casselman 3 (unassisted) 82

Nebraska 2 #21 Texas 1. Att.: 466.
NEB -- Morgan Marlborough 8 (unassisted) 59
TEX -- Leah Fortune 4 (Stacey-Ann Smith) 60
NEB --  Morgan Marlborough 9 (pen.) 61

Gonzaga 1 #22 USC 2 (OT). Att.:554.
GON -- Catherine Cullen 1 (Sarah Rhodes) 34
USC -- Elizabeth Eddy 2 (Brittany Kerridge) 69
USC -- Autumn Altamarino 2 (Elizabeth Eddy) 96

#23 UCF 5 East Carolina 3. Att.:221.
UCF -- Kim Newsome 4 (Nicolette Radovcic, Tishia Jewell) 14
UCF --  Jewell, Tishia 5 (Amanda Martorana) 38
ECU -- Chrissy Gratz 4 (Jesssica Woodward) 61
ECU -- Caty Butler 2 (Jesssica Woodward, Kimmy Cummings) 73
UCF -- Katie Bolinsky 1 (Kim Newsome, Bianca Joswiak) 74
ECU -- Jesssica Woodward 3 (Amanda Malkiewicz) 80
UCF -- Kristina Trujic 2 (unassisted)  81
UCF --Katie Jackson 4 (Brianna Schooley) 82   

Vanderbilt 0 #24 South Carolina 0 (OT). Att.: 730.

#25 Auburn 3 Mississippi State 1. Att.:
1,012.
AU -- Mary Coffed 3 (Ashley Marks) 11
AU -- Katy Frierson 5  (unassisted) 23
AU -- Gabi Rivera 2 (Katy Frierson) 79
MSU -- Elisabeth Sullivan 4 (Ashley Hood) 82

Thursday, Sept. 23
#1 North Carolina 2 #4 Boston College 3. Att.:1,800.
UNC -- Crystal Dunn  1 (Courtney Jones, Meghan Klingenberg) 59
BC -- Kristie Mewis 5 (Victoria DiMartino, Amy Caldwell) 60
UNC -- Crystal Dunn 2 (Ali Hawkins) 64
BC -- Alaina Beyar 1 (unassisted) 70
BC -- Victoria DiMartino 9 (Kristie Mewis) 76

#2 Stanford 9 Hawaii 0. Att.:544.
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 2 (Shelby Payne) 3
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 3 (Teresa Noyola, Christen Press) 9
STAN -- Christen Press 11 (Lindsay Taylor) 11
STAN -- Morgan Redman 1 (pen.) 37
STAN -- Marjani Hing-Glover 2 (unassisted) 38
STAN -- Teresa Noyola 5 (Mariah Nogueira, Rachel Quon)
STAN -- Allison McCann 2 (unassisted) 52
STAN -- Christen Press 12 (Teresa Noyola) 62
STAN -- Taylor McCann 1 (Morgan Redman) 81
                                                                    
#20 California 1 #3 Portland 3. Att.:206.
CAL-- Lauren Battung 3 (Katrin Omarsdottir) 19
UP -- Cloee Colohan 1 (Michelle Cruz) 54
UP -- Sophie Schmidt 3 (Jessica Tsao) 55
UP -- Halley Kreminski 3 (Danielle Foxhoven) 77

Virginia Tech 0 #7 Virginia 3. Att.:581.
UVA -- Gloria Douglas 2 (Colleen Flanagan 2) 32
UVA -- Sinead Farrelly 7 (Meghan Lenczyk 3, Gloria Douglas 3) 65
UVA -- Lauren Alwine 3 (unassisted) 81

#14 Duke 1 Wake Forest 2. Att.:425.
WFU -- Rachel Nuzzolese 7 (unassisted) 25
DUKE -- Laura Weinberg 5 (Natasha Anasi) 62
WFU -- Rachel Nuzzolese 8 (unassisted) 68
                                                            
Iowa 1 #19 Minnesota 1 (OT). Att.:
439.
MINN -- Shari Eckstrom 5 (Lauren Bauer, MacKenzie Misel) 32
IOWA -- Alex Melin 3 (Morgan Showalter) 70

Monday, Sept. 20
#21 Texas 1 #8 BYU 0. Att.:689.
UT -- Leah Fortune 3 (Sophie Campise) 2

Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Sept. 20 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. North Carolina (8-1-1) 1
2. Stanford (8-0-2) 2
3. Portland (9-1-0) 3
4. Boston College (9-0-1) 4
5. Texas A&M  (8-3-0) 6
6. Maryland (8-0-1) 7
7. Virginia (7-1-1) 5
8. BYU (8-1-1) 9
9. Notre Dame (9-1-0) 11
10. Florida (7-1-1) 8
11. UCLA (7-2-1) 10
12. Santa Clara (7-1-2) 12
13. Florida State (7-2-0) 13
14. Duke (6-2-3) 15
15. Illinois (7-2-0) 21
16. Oklahoma State (8-1-1) 14
17. Oregon State (6-1-1) 18
18. Louisville (8-2-0) 16
19. Minnesota (9-1-2) 23
20. California (5-1-3) 22
21. Texas (6-2-2) 24
22. USC (7-2-2) 25
23. UCF (7-2-1) NR
24. South Carolina (7-2-2) NR
25. Auburn (7-3-0) NR
(Records through games played Sept. 26.)

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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