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October 9th, 2010 2AM
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[RESULTS] Boston College fell to unranked Virginia Tech, 2-1, at home for its third straight loss. USC beat California, 5-4, in overtime in a match that saw Elizabeth Eddy for USC and U.S. international Alex Morgan for Cal get hat tricks. For the weekend Top 25 action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Oct. 10
#13 UCLA 0 #1 Stanford 2. Att.: 1,414.
STAN -- Christen Press 16 (pen.) 23
STAN -- Mariah Nogueira 3 (unassisted) 36

#2 Boston College 1 Virginia Tech 2. Att.: 758.
VT -- Brittany Michels 1 (Jennifer Harvey, Jazmine Reeves) 22
BC -- Kristie Mewis 8 (unassisted) 40
VT -- Ashley Manning 3 (Brittany Michels) 64

Gonzaga 0 #4 Portland 4. Att.: 590.
POR -- Micaela Capelle 7 (Ellen Parker) 10
POR -- Micaela Capelle 8 (Keelin Winters) 34
POR -- Ellen Parker 1 (unassisted) 67
POR -- Amanda Frisbie 2 (unassisted) 76

N.C. State 0 #5 Maryland 1. Att.: 341.
MD -- Jasmyne Spencer 6 (Megan Gibbons, Colleen Deegan) 68

#7 Notre Dame 3 Rutgers 2. Att.: 1,166.
ND -- Rose Augustin 8 (Elizabeth Tucker) 15
RU -- own goal 16
ND -- Melissa Henderson 12 (Rose Augustin) 65
ND -- Erica Iantorno 3 (Rose Augustin) 67
RU -- Karla Schacher 5 (unassisted) 77

Auburn 1 #8 Florida 0. Att.: 518.
AU -- Jordan Miller (Katy Frierson) 90

#11 Texas A&M 4 Texas Tech 0. Att.: 1,874.
A&M -- Bri Young 5  (unassisted) 17
A&M -- Whitney Hooper 4 (Merritt Mathias) 27
A&M -- Rachel Shipley 5 (Bri Young) 72
A&M -- Rachel Shipley 6 (Alyssa Mautz, Amber Gnatzig) 79

Alabama 1 #14 South Carolina 2. Att.: 602.
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 8 (pen.) 12
UA -- Lindsey Sillers 2 (Ariel Armijo) 38
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 9 (pen.) 42

#15 Santa Clara 1 San Diego 0. Att.: 611.
SCU -- Anessa Patton 4 (Sarah Jackson) 51

USC 5 #16 California 4 (OT). Att.: 455.
USC -- Megan Ohai 2 (Ashli Sandoval) 2
USC -- Elizabeth Eddy 3 (Morgan Morrow) 4
CAL -- Lauren Battung 4 (Emi Lawson) 66
USC -- Elizabeth Eddy 4 (unassisted) 76
CAL -- Alex Morgan 11 (Megan Jesolva) 76
CAL -- Alex Morgan 12 (Megan Jesolva) 87
CAL -- Alex Morgan 13 (Megan Jesolva) 89
USC -- Elizabeth Eddy 5 (Alyssa Davila) 89
USC -- Ashli Sandoval 3 (unassisted) 95

Wisconsin 0 #17 Illinois 0. Att.: 873.

Northwestern 0 #18 Ohio State 1 (OT). Att.: 362.
OSU -- Paige Maxwell 7 (Cassie Dickerson) 99

#19 UCF 1 Rice 1 (OT). Att.: 251.
UCF -- Kim Newsome 6 (Nicolette Radovcic, Tishia Jewell) 48
RICE -- Elizabeth Nesbit 1 (Korey Taylor, Kate Edwards) 66

UC Santa Barbara 1 #20 UC Irvine 2 (OT). Att.: 485.
UCSB -- Kailyn Kugler 5 (pen.) 25
UCI -- Zuri Walker 1 (Nikki Forrest) 40
UCI -- Alexis Rafael 4 (Tanya Taylor) 109

#21 UNC Greensboro 2 College of Charleston 1. Att.: 213.
UNCG -- Jaimey Etten 2 (Lauren Hein) 17
UNCG -- Tabitha Padgett 7 (Cat Barnekow, Jenn Partenheimer) 49
CC -- Amanda Raymond 1 (Maryam Buazza) 68

Troy 0 #22 Denver 4. Att.: 112.
DEN -- Katy Van Lieshout (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 2
DEN -- Kristen Hamilton (Kaitlin Bast) 47
DEN -- Nicholette DiGiacomo (Bria Beardsley, Kristen Hamilton) 71
DEN -- Kari  Storslett (Kristen Hamilton, Alison Kenney) 76

Providence 1 #23 Marquette 2 (OT). Att.: 417.
PC -- Laura DiClemente 2 (Kate Delciampo) 39
MARQ -- Maegan Kelly 3 (Lauren Thut, Taylor Madigan) 69
MARQ -- Julia Victor 2 (unassisted) 103

#24 Minnesota 4 Purdue 1. Att.: 711.
MINN -- Angie Olson 1 (Shari Eckstrom) 62
MINN -- Shari Eckstrom (Julie Rezac, Tamara Strahota) 63
MINN -- Katie Bethke 3 (Kylie Kallman, Molly Rouse) 85
MINN -- Molly Rouse 5 (Kylie Kallman, Jennie Clark) 86
PUR -- Katie Leinert (Liz Secue) 87

#25 Siena 4 Rider 1. Att.: 370.
SIE -- Brittany Pfaff 7 (Jenna Placke, Caitlin Cahalan) 22
RID -- Jennifer Meier 4 (unassisted) 36
SIE -- Tabitha Tice 5 (Brittany Pfaff) 49
SIE -- Tabitha Tice 6 (Shannon Clancy) 50
SIE -- Tabitha Tice 7 (Ashleigh Barone) 69
                                                          
TOP 25 RESULTS:
Saturday, Oct. 9
#12 BYU 2 Air Force 1. Att.: 2,428.
BYU -- Lauren Anderson (Carlee Payne, Jennie Marshall) 14
BYU -- Kassidy Shumway (Carlee Payne, Jennie Marshall) 47
AF -- Krystin Shanklin (unassisted) 85

#25 New Mexico 2 San Diego State 1. Att.: 1,964.
NM -- Zaneta Wyne 3 (unassisted) 55
SDSU -- Marisa Fraticelli 2 (Megan Erskine) 67
NM -- Jordan Craig 3  (unassisted) 77

Friday, Oct. 8
USC 1 #1 Stanford 2. Att.: 1,429.
STAN -- Christen Press 15 (unassisted) 59
STAN -- Teresa Noyola 6 (Lindsay Taylor) 65
USC -- Mia Bruno 2 (unassisted)  84

#6 Virginia 0 #3 North Carolina 1 (OT). Att.: 1,983.
UNC -- Crystal Dunn 3 (Kelly McFarlane) 99

#7 Notre Dame 2 Seton Hall 0. Att.: 1,513.
ND -- Rose Augustin 7 (Melissa Henderson) 2
ND -- Melissa Henderson 11 (Rose Augustin) 58

Alabama 1 #8 Florida 1 (OT). Att.: 754.
UF -- Tahnai Annis (Taylor Travis) 47
UA -- Brooke Rogers (Victoria Frederick) 90

Kansas 0 #10 Oklahoma State 2. Att.: 530.
OSU -- Kristen Kelley 2 (Kyndall Treadwell) 66
OSU -- Megan Marchesano 4 (unassisted) 86 

#11 Texas A&M 2 Baylor 0. Att.: 2,202.
A&M -- Bri Young 4 (unassisted) 13
A&M --  Alyssa Mautz 10 (Bri Young) 50

#13 UCLA 1 #16 California 0. Att.: 861.
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 7 (Jenna Richmond) 83

Auburn 1 #14 South Carolina 3. Att.: 632.
SC -- Kayla Grimsley 6 (Kelsey Barr) 40
AU -- Ana Cate 1 (Mary Coffed, Maddie Barnes) 66
SC -- Kayla Grimsley 7  (unassisted) 80
SC -- Brooke Jacobs 6 (Danielle Au) 84

Iowa 1 #18 Ohio State 3. Att.: 356.
OSU -- Paige Maxwell 5 (Lauren Steuer, Danica Wu) 48
OSU -- Paige Maxwell 6 (Steuer, Lauren) 59
IOWA -- Morgan Showalter 3 (Mandy Heimann) 73
OSU -- Tiffany Cameron 4 (Karin Sendel) 81

#19 UCF 2 Houston 1. Att.: 410.
UCF -- Tishia Jewell 7 (Nicolette Radovcic, Kristina Trujic, Kristina) 10
HOU -- Lauri Byrne 6 (Nicole Duarte, Morgan Vela) 47
UCF --  Stacie Hubbard 2 (Katie Jackson, Tishia Jewell) 53

Cal Poly 0 #20 UC Irvine 3. Att.: 520.
UCI -- Lexi Kopf 6 (Tanya Taylor) 4
UCI -- Tanya Taylor 9 (Nikki Forrest, Nikki) 6
UCI -- Mar Rodriguez 5 (Lexi Kopf) 54

#21 UNC Greensboro 3 The Citadel 0. Att.: 246.
UNCG -- Kristen Schmidbauer 4 (Katie Evans)  32
UNCG -- Jenn Partenheimer (5) (Kristen Schmidbauer)  60
UNCG -- Kristen Schmidbauer (5) (Casey Godwin) 68

South Alabama 0 #22 Denver 2. Att.: 124.
DEN -- Katy Van Lieshout 1 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 76
DEN -- Cassidy Larson 1 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 84

Connecticut 0 #23 Marquette 1. Att.: 867.
MAR -- Ashley Bares 4 (Lisa Philbin) 71

#25 Siena 3 Loyola (Md.) 2. Att.: 478.
LOY -- Gianna Mangione 4 (Kelly Farrell) 10
LOY -- Nichole Schiro 10 (Alex Reed, Kelsey Donohue) 22
SIE -- Caitlin Cahalan 3 (pen.) 24
SIE -- Ashleigh Barone 6 (Cara Riley) 56
SIE -- Ashleigh Barone 7 (Nicole Daly) 86

Thursday, Oct. 7
#2 Boston College 1 #5 Maryland 2. Att.: 453.
BC -- Kristie Mewis 12 (Patrice Vettori) 61
MD -- Amy O'Sullivan 2 (Megan Gibbons) 76
MD -- Colleen Deegan 2 (Ashley Grove) 90

#9 Florida State 3 Clemson 0. Att.: 803.
FSU -- Amanda DaCosta 4 (unassisted) 30
FSU -- Tori Huster 6 (Casey Short) 59
FSU -- Janice Cayman 4 (Ines Jaurena) 77

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

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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