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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
September 30th, 2010 2:28AM

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[RANKINGS] After nine straight wins, No. 6 SMU lost for the first time when it fell at UCF, 2-1, on Saturday night. The only unbeaten teams left in the Top 25 are No. 1 Akron (7-0-1), No. 4 Connecticut (7-0-2), No. 11 Louisville (7-0-2), No. 13 Butler (8-0-0) and No. 15 Brown (6-0-2). It was another weekend for big crowds around the country with 7,260 fans at No. 10 Maryland for its 2-0 win over No. 8 Duke, and 6,449 at No. 17 UC Santa Barbara for its 2-1 overtime victory over UC Davis. For all the Top 25 men's weekend action  ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Oct. 3
#23 Ohio State 2 #5 Michigan State 1. Att.: 682.
MSU -- Cyrus Saydee 2 (Jeff Ricondo) 16
OSU --  Sam Scales 2 (Chris Hegngi) 19
OSU -- Austin McAnena 3 (Matt Lampson) 65

San Diego State 4 #14 Washington 3 (OT). Att.: 303.
SDSU -- Khadim Diouf 2 (Daniel Steres, Jose Altamirano) 2
WASH --  Brent Richards 5 (Daniel Gray) 6
SDSU -- Khadim Diouf 3 (Jose Altamirano) 8
WASH --  Brent Richards 6 (Taylor Mueller) 36
SDSU -- own goal 65
WASH -- Dylan Tucker-Gangnes 1 (pen.) 66
SDSU --  Daniel Steres 3 (Gemechu Abraham) 92

Central Conn. State 0 #16 Monmouth 1.
MU -- R.J. Allen 1 (Chase Barbieri) 68

#20 UCLA 4 Oregon State 1. Att.: 537.
UCLA -- Reed Williams 3 (Kelyn Rowe) 10
UCLA -- Victor  Chavez 3 (Eder Arreola) 69
UCLA -- Victor  Chavez 4 (Andy Rose, Ryan Hollingshead) 73
UCLA -- Victor Chavez 5 (Eder Arreola, Ryan Hollingshead) 74
ODU -- Josh von Allworden 1 (Chris Harms) 87

Michigan 2 #24 Penn State 1. Att.:
1,191.
MICH -- Hamoody Saad 3 (Soony Saad) 12
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 10 (pen.) 53
MICH -- Justin Meram 3 (Chase Tennent) 76

#25 Portland 1 Santa Clara 1. Att.: 2,142.
SCU -- Murphy Campbell 1 (unassisted) 50
POR -- Steven Evans 2 (Marc Tonkel) 72

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Oct. 2
UCF 2 #6 SMU 1. Att.: 1,091.
UCF -- N. Robson-Keown 7 (Warren Creaville) 11
SMU -- Josue Soto 3 (Robbie Derschang) 27
UCF -- Spencer Scott 3 (A.J. Nelson) 66

Memphis 1 #7 Tulsa 2. Att.: 315.
TLS -- Justin Chavez 1 (Ashley McInnes) 18
TLS -- Ashley McInnes 5 (James Gulley) 49
MEM -- Parker Duncan 3 (unassisted) 70

#11 Louisville 2 #22 St. John's 1 (OT). Att.: 1,755.
LOU -- Dylan Mares 5 (unassisted) 29
STJ -- Walter Hines 1 (unassisted) 61
LOU -- J.T. Murray 2 (unassisted) 98

#15 Brown 3 Columbia 0. Att.: 836.
BRWN -- Jon Okafor 3 (Sean Rosa) 16
BRWN -- T.J. Popolizio 3 (Austin Mandel) 40
BRWN -- Austin Mandel 1 (Jon Okafor) 79

#17 UC Santa Barbara 2 UC Davis 1 (OT). Att.: 6,449.
UCSB -- Michael Nonni 1 (James Kiffe, Danny Barrera) 10
UCD -- Lance Patterson 5 (Nick Grigoriev, Alex Aguiar) 34
UCSB -- Peter McGlynn 1 (Danny Barrera, James Kiffe) 102

Drake 1 #18 UC Irvine 1 (OT). Att.: 411.
UCI -- Gary Bailey 3 (Christian Hernandez) 56
DU --Thomas Ostrander 4 (Michael Thaden, Evan Harrison) 58

Georgetown 1 #19 West Virginia 0. Att.: 743.
GU -- Ian Christianson 2  (pen.) 31

Stanford 0 #21 California 3. Att.: 1,215.
CAL -- John Fitzpatrick 2 (Davis Paul) 16
CAL -- John Fitzpatrick 3 (Hector Jimenez) 89
CAL -- Servando Carrasco 2  (Hector Jimenez) 90

Friday, Oct. 1
#1 Akron 3 Florida Atlantic 0. Att.: 3,232.
UA -- Kofi Sarkodie 3 (Michael Nanchoff) 9
UA -- Perry Kitchen 4 (Michael Nanchoff) 11
UA -- Kofi Sarkodie 4  (Michael Nanchoff) 53

#3 Virginia 0 #2 North Carolina 1. Att.:
3,768.
UNC -- Kirk Urso 2 (Michael Farfan) 59.

Marquette 1 #4 Connecticut 1 (OT). Att.: 587.
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 6  (unassisted) 28
MU -- Ryan Robb 1 (unassisted) 80

#10 Maryland 2 #8 Duke 0. Att.: 7,260.
MD -- Matt Kassel 4 (pen.) 34
MD -- Patrick Mullins 2 (Jason Herrick) 42.

#9 Boston College 4 N.C. State 3. Att.: 368.
NCST -- Lucas Carpenter 1 (unassisted) 16
BC -- Charlie Rugg 4 (Amit Aburmad, Colin Murphy) 21
NCST -- Craig Sutherland 1 (Michael Smith, Tyler Lassiter) 31
BC --  Sacir Hot 1 (unassisted) 60
BC -- Stefan Carter 1 (Amit Aburmad) 61
BC -- Conor Fitzpatrick 4 (pen.) 64
NCST -- Craig Sutherland 2 (Mamadou Kansaye) 71

#12 Creighton 1 Eastern Illinois 0. Att.: 2,039.
CRE -- Jose Gomez 3 (Ethan Finlay) 81

#13 Butler 1 Valparaiso 0 (OT). Att.: 435.
BU -- Conner Burt 1 (Ben Sippola) 109

#20 UCLA 1 #14 Washington 0. Att.: 1,613.
UCLA -- Joe Sofia 1 (Kelyn Rowe) 9

Quinnipiac vs. #16 Monmouth (postponed)

Wednesday, Sept. 29
#23 Ohio State 2 #1 Akron 2. Att.: 7,255.
OSU -- Austin McAnena 2 (Chris Hegngi) 30
AKR -- Michael Nanchoff 1 (pen.) 38
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 4 (unassisted) 68
OSU -- David Tiemstra (Matt Gold) 90

Kentucky 0 #11 Louisville 2. Att.: 2,107.
LOU -- Dylan Mares 4    (unassisted)  17
LOU -- Austin Berry 2   (Kenney Walker) 47

Cal State Fullerton 1 #17 UC Santa Barbara 0 (OT). Att.: 733.
CSUF -- Antonio Vernaschi 1 (Eric Escobedo) 100

#18 UC Irvine 3 UC Riverside 0. Att.: 489.
UCI -- Amani Walker 5 (Miguel Ibarra) 47
UCI -- Gray Bailey 2 (Miguel Ibarra) 63
UCI -- Christian Hernandez 2 (Spencer Thompson) 64

Duquesne 0 #19 West Virginia 0. Att.:
230.

#24 Penn State 4 St. Francis (Pa.) 3. Att.: 511.
PSU --  Corey Hertzog 9 (Brian Forgue) 4
SFU -- Patrick Fleming 4 (unassisted) 36
SFU -- Kingsley McLeod 1 (Patrick Fleming, Taylor Powers) 50
PSU --  Matt Smallwood 1 (Matheus Braga) 60
SFU -- Tyler Hibbs 1 (unassisted) 82
PSU -- Mark Fetrow 2 (Patrick Krispin) 82
PSU -- Mackenzie Arment 2  (Matheus Braga) 86

Gonzaga 0 #25 Portland 2. Att.: 502.
UP -- Michael Nielsen 1 (unassisted) 29
UP --  Ryan Luke 5 (unassisted) 51

Tuesday, Sept. 29
Old Dominion 2 #2 North Carolina 1. Att.: 1,130.
UNC -- Enzo Martinez (Josh Rice) 25
ODU -- Gideon Asante (Yannick Smith) 45
ODU -- Gideon Asante (Shane Howard) 80

#3 Virginia 2 Longwood 0. Att.: 1,047.
VA -- Will Bates 4 (Brian Ownby) 15
VA -- Brian Span 3 (unassisted) 60

#4 Connecticut 2 #9 Boston College 0. Att.: 1,494
UCONN -- Carlos Alvarez 3 (Tony Cascio) 54
UCONN -- Stephane Diop 5 (Carlos Alvarez) 68
Highlights

Elon 1 #8 Duke 1. Att.: 1,038.
DUKE -- Cole Grossman 2 (Chris Tweed-Kent ) 56
ELON -- own goal 74

Yale 1 No. 22 St. John's 2 (OT). Att.: 211.
YALE -- Andy Hackbarth (pen.) 37
STJ -- Pablo Battuto Punyed (Sverre Wegge Gundhus) 65
STJ -- own goal 91

TOP 25 SCHEDULE:
Tuesday, Oct. 5
North Carolina vs. Radford
Duke vs. Davidson
Virginia vs. Liberty
Maryland vs. Connecticut
Creighton vs. Tulsa
Brown vs. St. John's

Soccer America Men's Top 25
(Sept. 28 rankings)
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Akron (7-0-1) 1
2. North Carolina (6-2-0) 2
3. Virginia (6-2-1) 5
4. Connecticut (7-0-2) 6
5. Michigan State (7-2-0) 8
6. SMU (9-1-0) 9
7. Tulsa (7-1-0) 3
8. Duke (4-2-3) 13
9. Boston College (5-2-2) 4
10. Maryland (5-2-1) 11
11. Louisville (7-0-2) 10
12. Creighton (7-1-0) 14
13. Butler (8-0-0) 17
14. Washington (6-3-1) 21
15. Brown (6-0-2) 23
16. Monmouth (7-1-0) 7
17. UC Santa Barbara (4-3-2) NR
18. UC Irvine (8-1-1) NR
19. West Virginia (5-3-1) NR
20. UCLA (6-2-1) 15
21. California (5-1-2) 19
22. St. John's (5-3-0) 16
23. Ohio State (6-2-2) NR
24. Penn State (6-3-0) 20
25. Portland (4-1-4) 23
(Records are for games played through Oct. 3.)

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



0 comments
  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: October 1, 2010 at 12:01 p.m.
    I've not checked these rankings for the past several days to see if the SA bias against teams west of the mighty Mo. 7 Miss rivers changed a bit. But, alas, it hasn't, and so out of 25 teams only sis fare well in this list, eight if you count Creighton & SMU, all be it a very slight increase. Surely the four UC teams merit these rankings as do UW and Portland, but what about teams from other states? Come on now SA, show some leadership and evaluate your ranking processes.... ah well, hope does spring eternal....


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