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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 9th, 2010 12:50AM
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[RESULTS] Corey Hertzog scored his 11th goal of the season to lead Penn State to a 2-1 win over No. 8 Michigan State. Northwestern knocked off No. 18 Ohio State by the same score in another Big Ten match. For the weekend Top 25 action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Oct. 10
Penn State 2 #8 Michigan State 1. Att.: 2,014.
MSU -- Brent Rosendall 4 (Jeff Ricondo) 28
PSU -- Matheus Braga 3 (Mackenzie Arment) 67
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 11 (Matheus Braga) 85

#9 SMU 2 Marshall 1 (OT). Att.: 313.
SMU -- Juan Castillo 8 (Arthur Ivo) 25
MAR -- Diego Ayala 1 (Tom Jackson) 40
SMU -- Zach Barnes 4 (Robbie Derschang) 85

#15 Monmouth 0 Sacred Heart 0 (OT). Att.: 671.

Northwestern 2 #18 Ohio State 1. Att.: 634.
NU -- Reed Losee 2 (Matt Eliason) 38
NU -- Oliver Kupe 6 (Piero Bellizzi) 60
OSU -- Joshua Breto 1 (Chris Hegngi) 80

Washington 1 #19 California 4. Att.: 2,529.
CAL -- John Fitzpatrick 5 (Tony Salciccia) 11
CAL -- Tony Salciccia 2 (Davis Paul) 19
CAL -- A.J. Soares 4 (pen.) 67
CAL -- David Paul 5 (A.J. Soares) 71
UW -- Matt Van Houten 4 (unassisted) 77

#25 Florida Gulf Coast 5 East Tenn. State 0. Att.: 215.
FGCU -- Ryan Price 4 (Juan Castellon) 30
FGCU -- Juan Castellon 1 (unassisted) 32
FGCU -- Alexei Reyes 1 (Jeremy Vollmer) 43
FGCU -- Caleib Lynch 1 (William Morse) 81
FGCU -- Deion Jones 4 (unassisted) 85

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Oct. 9
Northern Illinois 0 #1 Akron 1. Att.: 1,276.
UA -- Darren Mattocks 7 (unassisted) 16

#2 Connecticut 4 Seton Hall 0. Att.: 4,477.
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 7 (Carlos Alvarez) 23
UCONN -- Stephane Diop 6 (Shawn Nicklaw, Carlos Alvarez)
UCONN -- Robert Brickley 1 (Carlos Alvarez) 30
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 8 (Nickardo Blake) 41

#4 Virginia 10 Alabama A&M 0. Att.: 1,494.
UVA -- Brian Ownby 4 (Will Bates) 9
UVA -- Brian Ownby 5 (Will Bates, Sean Murnane) 17
UVA -- Will Bates 5 (Sean Murnane)  40
UVA -- Felipe Libreros 1 (Brian Span) 44
UVA -- Will Bates 6 (Sean Murnane) 44
UVA -- Ahkeel Rodney 1 (Bryan Lima) 47
UVA -- Brian Span 4 (Ahkeel Rodney) 54
UVA -- Ahkeel Rodney 2 (Marcus Douglas) 64
UVA --  Jimmy Simpson 4 (Marcus Douglas) 73
UVA -- own goal 90

#5 Tulsa 0 South Carolina 1. Att.: 480.
USC -- Will Traynor 4 (Blake Brettschneider) 69

Rutgers 1 #7 Louisville 2. Att.: 541.
LOU -- Austin Berry 3 (Kenney Walker) 47
RU -- Yannick Salmon 4 (Brennan McNicoll) 67
LOU -- Andrew Farrell 1 (Aaron Horton) 69

#12 Creighton 2 #20 Indiana 3. Att.: 3,383.
IU -- Will Bruin 9 (Harrison Petts) 29
IU -- Will Bruin 10 (Alec Purdie, Nikita  Kotlov) 31
CU -- Ethan Finlay 8 (Dion Acoff) 46
IU -- Alec Purdie 2 (Daniel Kelly) 67
CU -- Ethan Finlay 9 (Kris Clark) 88  

#13 Butler 2 UIC 1 (OT). Att.: 989.
BU -- Jordan Burt 1 (Jared Isenthal) 12
UIC -- Derek Hoffman 5 (Ivan Stanisavlevic) 40
BU -- Ben Sippola 6 (pen.) 100

Princeton 3 #14 Brown 0. Att.: 853.
PRIN -- Lester Nare 2 (Matt Sanner, Teddy Schneider) 16
PRIN -- Mark Linnville 1 (Teddy Schneider) 59
PRIN -- Lester Nare 3 (Teddy Schneider) 70

#16 UC Irvine 2 Cal Poly 1. Att.: 667.
CP -- Tim White 3 (Junior Burgos) 5
UCI -- Amani Walker 7 (Miguel Ibarra) 44
UCI -- Bello Alhassan 1 (Spencer Thompson) 88

#17 UCLA 1 #21 San Diego State 0. Att.: 1,540.
UCLA -- Kelyn Rowe 4 (Zack Foxhoven) 78

West Virginia 2 #22 Notre Dame 1. Att.: 977.
WVU -- Abel Sebele 2 (pen.) 12
WVU -- Franck Tayou 4 (Raymon Gaddis) 21
ND -- Steven Perry 6 (Dillon Powers) 83

Villanova 0 #23 South Florida 0. Att.: 1,362.

#24 UCF 3 Memphis 0. Att.: 611.
UCF -- Warren Creavalle 2 (Eduardo Jimenez) 45
UCF -- Cameron Cooksey 4 (Warren Creavalle, Nik Keown-Robson) 56
UCF -- Luiz Yamashita 2 (Spencer Scott, Nik Keown-Robson) 70

UNC Wilmington 0 #25 Old Dominion 1. Att.: 375.
ODU -- Alex Vaughan 2 (unassisted) 13

Friday, Oct. 8
#3 North Carolina 1 Wake Forest 0. Att.: 3,635.
UNC -- Michael Farfan 3 (Stephen McCarthy) 22

Virginia Tech 0 #6 Maryland 7. Att.: 1,011.
MD -- Matt Kassel 5 (unassisted) 5
MD -- Casey Townsend 4 (Matt Kassel) 21
MD -- own goal 55
MD -- Paul Torres 1 (unassisted) 57
MD -- Jason Herrick 4 (Doug Rodkey) 61
MD -- Jason Herrick 5 (unassisted) 65
MD -- Patrick Mullins 4 (unassisted) 71

N.C. State 0 #10 Duke 0 (OT). Att.: 1,600.

Clemson 1 #11 Boston College 1 (OT). Att.: 2,142.
CU -- K.C. Onyeador 2 (Wes Nelson, Nick Burton) 8
BC -- Edvin Worley 4 (Kyle Bekker, Kevin Mejia) 69

#15 Monmouth 4 Fairleigh Dickinson 0. Att.: 435.
MU -- Anthony Vazquez 1 (R.J. Allen) 5
MU -- Ryan Kinne 6 (Cesar Blacido) 8
MU -- Ryan Clark 1 (unassisted) 57
MU -- Ryan Kinne 7 (unassisted) 63

Oregon State 0 #19 California 5. Att.: 773.
CAL -- Ted Jones 1 (Tony Salciccia) 16
CAL -- A.J. Soares 2 (Hector Jimenez, Steve Birnbaum) 21
CAL -- Tony Salciccia 1 (Ted Jones) 21
CAL --  John Fitzpatrick 4 (Demitrius Omphroy) 49
CAL -- A.J. Soares 3 (Demitrius Omphroy) 72

#25 Florida Gulf Coast 2 USC Upstate 0. Att.: 257.
FGCU -- Deion Jones 3  (unassisted) 19
FGCU -- Cristian Raudales 3 (Deion Jones) 64

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

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



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