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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 1st, 2010 1:01AM

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[RESULTS] Stanford got late goals from Christen Press and Lindsay Taylor to beat No. 12 Santa Clara, 2-0. Losses by Boston College (3-2 at Virginia) and Maryland (1-0 to Virginia Tech) left Stanford (9-0-2) and Siena (10-0-0) as the only unbeaten teams in the country. For the Top 25 women's weekend action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Oct. 3
#6 Virginia 3 #1 Boston College 2 (OT). Att.: 1,132.
UVA -- Lauren Alwine 4 (Erica Hollenberg 1, Sinead Farrelly 2) 5
BC -- Victoria DiMartino 10 (Amy Caldwell 6) 20
BC -- Victoria DiMartino 11 (Kristie Mewis 9) 57
UVA -- Colleen Flanagan 1 (Lauren Alwine 6) 77
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 9 (Sinead Farrelly 3) 97

#2 Stanford 2 #13 Santa Clara 0. Att.: 1,201.
STAN -- Christen Press 14 (Rachel Quon, Teresa Noyola) 78
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 4 (unassisted) 79

#4 Portland 2 Washington 1 (OT). Att.: 4,285.
UW -- Sarah Martinez 2 (Lindsay Elston) 6
UP -- Amanda  Frisbie 1 (Micaela Capelle) 82
UP -- Sophie Schmidt 5 (pen.) 109
 
Virginia Tech 1 #5 Maryland 0. Att.: 409.
VT -- Ashley Manning 2 (Kelly Conheeney) 53

#7 Notre Dame 4 St. John's 1. Att.: 1,331.
ND -- Melissa Henderson 9 (pen.) 10
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 6 (Melissa Henderson) 19
ND -- Melissa Henderson 10 (Elizabeth Tucker) 57
ND --  Rose Augustin 6  (Adriana Leon) 63
STJ -- own goal 71

#8 Florida 3 Mississippi 0.
UF -- Own goal 21
UF -- Nicky Kit 1 (Tahnai Annis) 74
UF -- McKenzie Barney 9 (Caroline Triglia) 90

#10 Florida State 3 #20 Duke 1. Att.: 672.
DUKE -- own goal 6
FSU -- Rachel Lim 2 (Janice Cayman, Tori Huster) 18
FSU -- Amanda DaCosta 3 (Breezy Hupp) 38
FSU -- Breezy Hupp 3 (Tiana Brockway) 70

#11 Oklahoma State 1 Iowa State 0. Att.: 542.
OSU -- Krista Lopez 11 (Colleen Dougherty) 14

UAB 2 #18 UCF 3. Att.: 233.
UCF -- Kim Newsome 5 (Tishia Jewell) 28
UCF -- Katie Jackson 5 (Bianca Joswiak,  Andrea Rodrigues) 30
UCF -- Katie Jackson 6 (pen.) 36
UAB -- Sam Bradford 1 (Tiffini Turpin) 55
UAB -- Sam Bradford 2 (Pascale Pinard) 56

#19 South Carolina 7 Mississippi State 0. Att.: 1,620.
USC -- Christine Watts 1 (Brooke Jacobs) 18
USC -- Lolly Holland 4 (Christine Watts, Brittiny Rhoades) 34
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 4 (Kelsey Barr) 34
USC -- Brooke Jacobs 3 (Christine Watts) 39
USC -- Brooke Jacobs 4 (Kayla Grimsley) 49
USC -- Brooke Jacobs 5 (Kayla Grimsley) 53
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 5 (Brittiny Rhoades) 54

#21 Illinois 2 Indiana 1. Att.: 1,328.
ILL -- Megan Pawloski 3 (Vanessa DiBernardo) 40
ILL -- Megan Pawloski 4 (Kassidy Brown) 42
IND -- Carly Samp 6  (unassisted) 55 

Baylor 1 #22 Colorado 0 (OT). Att.: 302.
BU -- Dana Larsen 6 (Lisa Sliwinski) 104

#23 UC Irvine 6 UC Davis 0. Att.: 297.
UCI -- Mar Rodriguez 4 (Devon Delarosa, Tanya Taylor) 25
UCI -- Lexi Kopf 5 (Tanya Taylor, Mar Rodriguez) 29
UCI -- Taylor, Tanya 7 (Devon Delarosa) 56
UCI -- Dana Sanderlin 4 (Tanya Taylor, Nikki Forrest) 58
UCI -- Tanya Taylor 8 (unassisted) 74
UCI -- Jordan Kopf 1 (Zoya Farzaneh) 89

#24 Ohio State 1 Penn State 0 (OT). Att.: 769.
OSU -- Paige Maxwell 4 (unassisted) 96

#25 UNC Greensboro 4 Davidson 0. Att.: 243.
UNCG  -- Tabitha Padgett 4 (Lauren Hein, Stine Schoening) 29
UNCG  -- Jessi Gulledge 3 (Tabitha Padgett) 57
UNCG  -- Tabitha Padgett 5 (Cat Barnekow) 83
UNCG  -- Tabitha Padgett 6 (Kristen Schmidbauer, Nicole Danford) 84

#25 Denver 4  Louisiana-Monroe 0. Att.: 342.
DEN -- Kalie Vaughn 6 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 5
DEN -- Kaitlin Bast 8 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 22
DEN -- Kaitlin Bast 9 (Kalie Vaughn) 64
DEN -- Stephanie Woo 1 (Megan Flannery) 85

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Oct. 2
Wyoming 1 #15 BYU 4. Att.: 360.
BYU -- Kassidy Shumway 5 (unassisted) 3
WY -- Kayla Davis (Liz O'Reilly) 27
BYU -- Lindsi Lisonbee 3 (unassisted) 63
BYU -- Jessica Ringwood 4 (Auna J. Doria) 69
BYU -- Dana Oldroyd 1 (unassisted) 74

St. Mary's 2 #16 California 2. Att.: 533.
CAL -- Emi Lawson 2 (Katrin Omarsdottir) 17
CAL -- Emi Lawson 3 (Lauren Battung) 29
SMC -- Carolina Shevlin 1 (pen.) 76
SMC -- Ashley Soro 1 (Caroline Shevlin) 84

Friday, Oct. 1
N.C. State 0 #3 North Carolina 3. Att.: 2,023.
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 7 (Courtney Jones, Katie Klimczak) 32
UNC -- Courtney Jones 4 (Elizabeth Burchenal, Rachel Givan) 64
UNC -- Rachel Wood 2 (Meghan Klingenberg) 72

#4 Portland 4 Oregon 1. Att.: 4,458.
UP -- Halley Kreminski 4 (Jessica Tsao) 7
ORE --  Jen Stoltenberg 8 (unassisted) 8
UP --  Jessica Tsao 1 (Micaela Capelle) 54
UP -- Michelle Cruz 2 (Taylor Brooke, Micaela Capelle) 61
UP -- Sophie Schmidt 4 (unassisted) 87

#7 Notre Dame 3 Syracuse 0. Att.: 820.
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 5 (Jessica Schuveiller) 27
ND -- Melissa Henderson 7 (Rose Augustin, Julie  Scheidler) 60
ND -- Melissa Henderson 8 (Erica Iantorno) 86

#8 Florida 7 Mississippi State 1. Att.: 1,347.
UF -- Erika Tymrak 3 (Nicky Kit, Taylor Travis) 10
UF -- McKenzie Barney 8 (Tahnai Annis) 13
UF -- Tahnai Annis 6 (Erika Tymrak) 14
MSU -- Kim Pettit (unassisted) 23
UF -- Caroline Triglia 1 (Erika Tymark) 49
UF -- Lindsay Thompson 2 (Nicky Kit, Erika Tymrak) 50
UF -- Lindsay Thompson 3 (Jo Dragotta) 68
UF -- Tahnai Annis 7  (Haley Reeb) 89

#9 UCLA 0 Pepperdine 1. Att.: 1,613.
PEP -- Michelle Manning 2 (Michelle Spacciapolli) 23

Missouri 1 #11 Oklahoma State 3. Att.: 1,288.
OSU -- Carson Michalowski 1 (unassisted) 7
MU -- Krista Kruse 5 (Jessie Crabtree) 11
OSU -- Krista Lopez 10 (Katie Richardson) 14
OSU -- Megan Marchesano 3 (unassisted) 58

Kansas 0 #14 Texas A&M 1. Att.: 520.
TAMU -- Alyssa Mautz 9 (Amber Gnatzig, Beth West) 21

San Diego 1 #17 USC 0. Att.: 839.
USD -- Taylor Housley 2 (Kelley McCloskey, Devany Savage) 34

Memphis 1 #18 UCF 1 (OT). Att.: 259.
MEM -- Alena Strnadova 3 (Christabel Oduro) 11
UCF -- Tishia Jewell 6 (Stacie Hubbard) 89

#19 South Carolina 3 Mississippi 0. Att.: 1,474.
USC --  Kira Campbell 1 (Danielle Au) 15
USC --  Maria Petroni 2 (Brooke Jacobs) 54
USC --  Lolly Holland 3 (Maria Petroni) 87

#21 Illinois 4 Purdue 1. Att.:
604.
ILL -- Vanessa DiBernardo 6 (unassisted) 25
PUR -- Kellie Phillips (Katie Leinert) 55
ILL -- Vanessa DiBernardo 7 (Shayla Mutz) 81
ILL -- Vanessa DiBernardo 8 (unassisted) 87
ILL -- Vanessa DiBernardo 9 (unassisted) 90

Texas Tech 1 #22 Colorado 0. Att.: 1,643.
TTU -- Casey McCall 1 (Jessica Disabella) 7

#23 UC Irvine 1 Pacific 0 (OT). Att.: 471.
UCI -- CoCo Goodson 4 (unassisted) 108

#25 UNC Greensboro 5 Georgia Southern 1. Att.: 312.
UNCG -- Cat Barnekow 1 (Lauren Hein, Kristen Schmidbauer) 11
UNCG -- Cat Barnekow 2 (Tabitha Padgett, Steph. Partenheimer) 28
UNCG -- Kristen Schmidbauer 3 (Tabitha Padgett) 58
UNCG --  Lauren Lover 1 (Katie Durst) 79
UNCG -- Tabitha Padgett 3 (Cat Barnekow, Nicole Danford) 89
GSU -- Lindsay Hammer 1 (Alex Murphy) 90

#25 Denver 2  Louisiana-Lafayette 1. Att.: 538.
DEN -- Kalie Vaughn 5 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 3
DEN -- Kristen Hamilton 5 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 66
UL -- Chelsea Balestra (Allison Baker) 81

Thursday, Sept. 30
#5 Maryland 3 #6 Virginia 2. Att.: 517.
MD -- Lydia Hastings 3 (Jasmyne Spencer 4) 3
UVA -- Caroline Miller 4 (Meghan Lenczyk 4) 50
MD -- Sade Ayinde 6 (pen.) 52
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 8 (pen.) 66
MD -- Danielle Hubka 3 (Olivia Wagner 4) 74

#10 Florida State 1 #25 Wake Forest 0 (OT). Att.: 768.
FSU -- Rachel Lim 1 (Janice Cayman) 96

#12 Minnesota 0 Wisconsin 1. Att.: 638.
WIS -- Alev Kelter (Kodee Williams, Erin Jacobsen) 57

Wednesday, Sept. 29
#15 BYU 4 Utah State 0. Att.: 2,118.
BYU -- Lauren Anderson 1 (Jessica Ringwood) 5
BYU -- Carlee Payne 3 (Lindsi Lisonbee) 19
BYU -- Jessica Ringwood 3 (unassisted) 48
BYU -- Lauren Anderson 2 (Kassidy Shumway, Carlee Payne) 55

Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Sept. 27 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. Boston College (9-1-1) 4
2. Stanford (9-0-2) 2
3. North Carolina (10-1-1) 1
4. Portland (12-1-0) 3
5. Maryland (9-1-1) 6
6. Virginia (9-2-1) 7
7. Notre Dame (11-1-0) 9
8. Florida (9-1-1) 10
9. UCLA (7-3-1) 11
10. Florida State (10-2-0) 13
11. Oklahoma State (10-1-1) 16
12. Minnesota (9-2-2) 19
13. Santa Clara (7-3-2) 12
14. Texas A&M  (9-3-0) 5
15. BYU (10-1-1) 8
16. California (6-1-4) 20
17. USC (7-3-2) 22
18. UCF (8-2-2) 23
19. South Carolina (9-2-2) 24
20. Duke (6-3-3) 14
21. Illinois (9-2-0) 15
22. Colorado (5-5-1) NR
23. UC Irvine (10-1-2) NR
24. Ohio State (8-2-1) NR
25. UNC Greensboro (9-1-1) NR
25. Wake Forest (8-4-0) NR
25. Denver (10-2-0) NR
(Records through games played Oct. 3.)

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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  1. JAMES SIEDLISKI
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