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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 7th, 2010 9:36PM

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[COLLEGE] Four teams -- No. 1 Akron, No. 7 Louisville, No. 13 Butler and No. 14 Brown -- put their unbeaten records on the line on Saturday. In the weekend's only Top 25 matchups, No. 12 Creighton hosts No. 20 Indiana and No. 17 UCLA welcomes No. 21 San Diego State on Saturday. For the weekend Top 25 schedule ...

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TOP 25 SCHEDULE:
Friday, Oct. 8
#3 North Carolina vs. Wake Forest
Virginia Tech vs. #6 Maryland
N.C. State vs. #10 Duke
Clemson vs. #11 Boston College
#15 Monmouth vs. Fairleigh Dickinson
Oregon State vs. #19 California
#25 Florida Gulf Coast vs. USC Upstate

Saturday, Oct. 9
Northern Illinois vs. #1 Akron
#2 Connecticut vs. Seton Hall
#4 Virginia vs. Alabama A&M
#5 Tulsa vs. South Carolina
Rutgers vs. #7 Louisville
#12 Creighton vs. #20 Indiana
#13 Butler vs. UIC
Princeton vs. #14 Brown
#15 Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart
#16 UC Irvine vs. Cal Poly
#17 UCLA vs. #21 San Diego State
Washington vs. #19 California
West Virginia vs. #22 Notre Dame
Villanova vs. #23 South Florida
#24 UCF vs. Memphis
UNC Wilmington vs. #25 Old Dominion

Sunday, Oct. 10
Penn State vs. #8 Michigan State
#9 SMU vs. Marshall
Northwestern vs. #18 Ohio State
25 Florida Gulf Coast vs. East Tenn. State

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Oakland 0 #1 Akron 5. Att.: 1,188.
UA -- Darren Mattocks 5 (Darlington Nagbe) 3
UA -- Darren Mattocks 6 (Ben Speas, Darlington Nagbe) 14
UA -- Chad Barson 2 (Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 23
UA -- Michael Nanchoff  2 (unassisted) 25
UA -- McKauly Tulloch 1 (Michael Balogun) 75

#8 Michigan State 2 New Hampshire 0. Att.: 540.
MSU -- Brent Rosendall 3 (unassisted) 28
MSU -- Domenic Barone 5 (Mark Barone) 64

#9 SMU 3 South Carolina 1. Att.: 376.
USC -- Blake Brettschneider 4 (Jimmy Maurer) 41
SMU -- Arthur Ivo 5 (Kekoa Osorio) 49
SMU -- Josue Soto 4 (pen.) 76
SMU -- Zach Barnes 3 (Juan Castillo) 90

UC Davis 0 #16 UC Irvine 3. Att.:
627.
UCI -- Spencer Thompson (unassisted) 61
UCI -- Amani Walker (Spencer Thompson) 68
UCI -- Gray Bailey (Jimmy Turner) 70

#20 Indiana 1 #22 Notre Dame 2. Att.: 1,801.
ND -- Jeb Brovsky 2 (Steven Perry) 14
IU -- Will Bruin 8 (Andy Adlard) 24
ND -- Adam Mena 1 (unassisted) 80

Florida Atlantic 0 #23 South Florida 0 (OT). Att.: 325.

VCU 1 #25 Old Dominion 1 (OT). Att.: 393.
ODU -- Tim Hopkinson 1 (unassisted) 56
VCU -- Jake Van Yahres 3 (Jason Johnson) 74

Tuesday, Oct. 5
#3 North Carolina 5 Radford 1. Att.: 475.
RU -- Iyiola Awosika 4 (Aldo Macias) 26
UNC -- Martin Murphy 1 (Josh Rice, Eddie Ababio) 39
UNC --  Enzo Martinez 4 (Josh Rice, Eddie Ababio) 50
UNC -- Kirk Urso 3 (unassisted) 63
UNC -- Matt Rose 1 (pen.) 80
UNC -- Martin Murphy 2 (Kirk Urso) 87

#4 Virginia 2 Liberty 1. Att.: 1,023.
UVA -- Brian Ownby 3 (Ari Dimas 3) 5
LIB -- Alex Verville 2 (Darren Amoo 2) 56
UVA -- Ari Dimas 2 (pen.) 81

#12 Creighton 3 #5 Tulsa 1. Att.: 2,431.
CU -- Ethan Finlay 6 (Jose Gomez, Dion Acoff) 1
CU -- Ethan Finlay 7 Clark, Kris) 23
CU -- Andrew Ribeiro 2 (Acoff, Dion) 28
TUL -- Austin Neil 8 (Zach Nulisch) 56
 
#6 Maryland 1 #2 Connecticut 0. Att.: 1,450.
MD -- Patrick Mullins 3 (Paul Torres) 35

#10 Duke 4 Davidson 1. Att.: 415.
DU -- Ryan Finley 9 Chris Tweed-Kent) 23
DU -- Ryan Finley 10 Cole Grossman) 41
DU -- Cole Grossman 2 (Ryan Finley) 51
DU -- Cole Grossman 3 (Chris Tweed-Kent) 76
DAV -- Alex Caskey 5 (Greg Macnamara) 90

#13 Butler 2 Evansville 1. Att.:
493.
BU -- Adekunle Oluyedun 4 (Ben Sippola) 55
UE -- Tom Irvin 2 (Gavin Chura) 67
BU -- Kyle Pateros 2 (Adam Glanzer, Jamie Vollmer) 89

#14 Brown 1 St. John's 0. Att.: 703.
BRWN -- Evan Coleman (unassisted) 3

#24 UCF 2 FIU 0. Att.: 536.
UCF -- Eduardo Jimenez 1 (Nicholas Keown-Robson) 44
UCF -- Luiz Yamashita 1 (Kevan George) 69

Soccer America Men's Top 25
(Oct. 5 rankings)
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Akron (8-0-1) 1
2. Connecticut (7-1-2) 4
3. North Carolina (7-2-0) 2
4. Virginia (7-2-1) 3
5. Tulsa (7-2-0) 7
6. Maryland (6-2-1) 10
7. Louisville (7-0-2) 11
8. Michigan State (8-2-0) 5
9. SMU (10-1-0) 6
10. Duke (5-2-3) 8
11. Boston College (5-2-2) 9
12. Creighton (8-1-0) 12
13. Butler (9-0-0) 13
14. Brown (7-0-2) 15
15. Monmouth (7-1-0) 16
16. UC Irvine (9-1-1) 18
17. UCLA (7-2-1) 20
18. Ohio State (6-2-2) 23
19. California (5-1-2) 21
20. Indiana (5-4-1) NR
21. San Diego State (7-2-1) NR
22. Notre Dame (5-2-3) NR
23. South Florida (6-2-2) NR
24. UCF (7-2-0) NR
25. Florida Gulf Coast (6-2-2) NR
25. Old Dominion (5-3-2) NR
(Records are for games played through Oct. 7.)

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



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