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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 14th, 2010 4:50AM
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[RESULTS] No. 10 UCLA beat No. 11 California, 1-0, Sunday on Kelyn Rowe's golden goal from 25 yards to move into a share of the Pac-10 lead with the Golden Bears. On Saturday, No. 1 Akron, No. 5 Louisville and No. 8 Butler all won to remain unbeaten. For all the Top 25 action ...
 
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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Oct. 17
#11 California 0 #10 UCLA 1 (OT). Att.:296.
UCLA -- Kelyn Rowe 5 (Victor Chavez) 105

#13 Michigan State 3 Wisconsin 0. Att.:1,803.
MSU -- own goal 8
MSU -- Domenic Barone 6 (pen.) 41
MSU -- Jake Fullerton 2 (Domenic Barone, Spencer Thompson) 50

#19 Ohio State 1 Valparaiso 0 (OT). Att.:591.
OSU -- Konrad Warzycha 5 (Parnell Hegngi) 97

St. Francis (N.Y.) 0 #20 Monmouth 4.
MU -- Ryan Kinne 8 (RJ Allen) 17
MU -- Matt Beverin 1 (Max Hamilton) 22
MU -- Ryan Kinne 9 (RJ Allen) 44
MU -- Chase Barbieri 2 (Ryan Clark) 60 

Northwestern 1 #25 Penn State 1 (OT). Att.:493.
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 12 (Drew Cost) 39
NU -- Kyle Schickel 2 (Scott Lakin, Piero Bellizzi) 40

Saturday, Oct. 16
#1 Akron 4 Buffalo 0.Att.: 2,462.
AKR -- Michael Nanchoff 4 (pen.) 21
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 8 (Darlington Nagbe)
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 9 (Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 41
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 10 (Reinaldo Brenes) 63

#4 Maryland 3 Clemson 2. Att.:
3,715.
MD -- Sunny Jane 3 (Matt Kassel, Ethan White) 39
MD -- Paul Torres 2 (London Woodberry) 40
CU -- Austin Savage 2 (unassisted) 55
CU -- Tommy Drake 3 (Nick Burton) 73
MD -- Jason Herrick 6 (Matt Kassel) 76

#5 Louisville 2 #21 Notre Dame 0. Att.:3,207.
LOU -- Dylan Mares 6 (Colin Rolfe) 55
LOU -- Nick DeLeon 4 (unassisted) 84

St. John's 0 #6 Connecticut 0 (OT). Att.:2,007.

Wright State 1 #8 Butler 2. Att.:1,265.
BU -- Adam Glanzer 2 (Conner Burt) 78
WSU -- Justin Circle (Derek Zuniga) 81
BU -- Jacob Capito 2 (Ben Sippola) 85

Cal Poly 0 #9 UC Irvine 0 (OT). Att.:2,332.

Evansville 1 #16 Creighton 2 (OT). Att.: 793.
UE -- Mike Luttrull 6 (unassisted) 55
CREI -- Andrew Ribeiro 3 (Sergio Castillo, Kris Clark) 81
CREI -- Ethan Finlay 10 (Liam Kelly) 96

#17 Brown 0 Harvard 0 (OT). Att.:902.

#18 Indiana 2 #25 Michigan 1. Att.:2,204.
IND -- Alec Purdie 3 (Andy Adlard) 29
IND -- Caleb Konstanski 1 (Tommy Meyer, Harrison Petts) 32
MICH -- Soony Saad 11 (unassisted) 57

South Carolina 1 #22 UCF 1 (OT). Att.:1,125.
USC -- Bradlee Baladez 1 (Stephen Morrissey, Blake Brettschneider) 15
UCF -- Ben Hunt 3 (Yaron Bacher) 51

#23 Old Dominion 4 Towson 1. Att.:796.
ODU -- Alex  Vaughan 3 (unassisted) 34
ODU -- Jordan LeBlanc 3 (Tim Hopkinson) 45
ODU --  Gordon Asante 4 (Tim Hopkinson) 58
TOW -- Zach Hoffer 3 (unassisted) 70
ODU -- Placide Buduri 1 (unassisted) 87

Mercer 1 #24 Florida Gulf Coast 3. Att.:269.
FGCU -- Josey Portillo 3 (Jeremy Vollmer, Andres Navas) 15
FGCU --  William Morse 2 (Josey Portillo) 79
MER -- Joey Heavner 1 (Ian Cameron) 84
FGCU -- Caleib Lynch 2 (Donovan Henry) 87

#25 South Florida 1 West Virginia 0. Att.: 976.
USF -- Andre Mittoo 2 (Marius Krathe, Shawn Chin) 67
 
TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Oct. 15
#15 Boston College 1 #2 North Carolina 1 (OT). Att.: 538.
BC -- Conor Fitzpatrick 5 (Patrick Chin) 20
UNC -- Alex Dixon 1 (Eddie Ababio) 69

#3 Virginia 2 Virgina Tech 1 (OT). Att.:4,040.
VT -- Mikey Minutillo 5 (Evan Slusser) 22
UVA -- Brian Ownby 6 (Sean Hiller) 76
UVA -- Greg Monaco 1 (Ahkeel Rodney) 92

Stanford 2 #10 UCLA 1 (OT). Att.:2,175.
STAN -- Bobby Warshaw 4 (pen.) 23
UCLA-- Kelyn Rowe 5 (unassisted) 73
STAN -- Dersu Abolfathi 2 (Adam Jahn, Taylor Amman) 85

#11 California 3 San Diego State 0. Att.:432.
CAL -- A.J. Soares 5 (Davis Paul, Servando Carrasco) 11
CAL -- Chris Ortega 1 (Hector Jimenez) 60
CAL -- Servando Carrasco 3 (Davis Paul, Steve Birnbaum) 66

#12 Tulsa 1 Marshall 1 (OT). Att.: 480.
TUL -- Ashley McInnes 6 (Wyatt Stephens) 75
MAR -- Diego Ayala 2 (Tom Jackson) 77

UC Santa Barbara 2 #14 Duke 0. Att.:11,242.
UCSB -- Danny Barrera 1 (Michael Nonni) 56
UCSB -- Sam Garza 6 (unassisted) 80

Long Island 1 #20 Monmouth 1 (OT).Att.: 250.
LIU -- Jakeem Johnson (Juan Lanza) 29
MU -- Anthony Vazquez 2 (Ryan Clark) 51

Thursday, Oct. 14
Campbell 0 #24 Florida Gulf Coast 1. Att.:131.
FGCU -- Andres Navas 1 (unassisted) 58

Wednesday, Oct. 13
#25 Penn State 1 #1 Akron 2 (OT). Att.:2,856.
PSU-- Corey Hertzog 12 (Mackenzie Arment) 6
UA -- Darlington Nagbe 4 (Michael Nanchoff) 7
UA -- Michael Nanchoff 3 (pen.) 107

Cincinnati 1 #5 Louisville 3. Att.: 428.
LOU -- Charlie Campbell 1 (unassisted) 23
CIN -- Matt Bahner 5 (Zach Patterson) 35
LOU --  Nick DeLeon 3 (Colin Rolfe) 63
LOU -- Charlie Campbell 2 (Paolo DelPiccolo) 73

Providence 0 #6 Connecticut 2. Att.: 457.
UCONN -- Tony Cascio 9 (Alan Ponce) 28
UCONN --  Alan Ponce 2 (Max Wasserman, Shawn Nicklaw) 76

#8 Butler 5 Bowling Green 0. Att.:225.
BU -- Austin Oldham 2 (Jordan Burt) 17
BU -- Julian Cardona 3 (Kyle Petros, Matt Hedges) 21
BU -- Ben Sippola 7 (Brett Heinz) 27
BU -- Tyler Pollock 1 (Jacob Capito) 56
BU -- Adam Glanzer 1 (Tyler Pollock) 72

#13 Michigan State 5 Western Michigan 0. Att.:342.
MSU -- Cyrus Saydee 3 (Spencer Thompson, Brent Rosendall) 4
MSU -- Brent Rosendall 5 (Mark Barone) 65
MSU -- Jeff Ricondo 3 (unassisted) 68
MSU --  Brent Rosendall 6 (Jeff Ricondo) 81
MSU -- Tim Kreutz 1 (Wesley Curtis) 83

UIC 1 #19 Ohio State 0. Att.: 464.
UIC -- Derek Huffman 6 (unassisted)  30

#21 Notre Dame 4 Marquette 1. Att.:930.
ND -- Dillon Powers 2 (Harrison Shipp) 3
ND -- Steven Perry 7 (Michael Rose, Harrison Shipp) 11
ND -- Adam Mena 2 (Harrison Shipp) 30
MU -- Chris Madsen 3 (Calum Mallace) 56
ND -- Steven Perry 8 (unassisted) 62

#22 UCF 1 Kentucky 1 (OT). Att.:469.
UK -- Sam Brooks 3 (Jordan Rose) 3
UCF -- Warren Creavelle 3 (Eduardo Jimenez) 73

DePaul 0 #25 South Florida 1. Att.:202.
USF -- Shawn Chin 4 (pen.) 78

#25 Michigan 4 Valparaiso 2. Att.:501.
UM -- Adam Schmitt 3 (unassisted) 59
VAL -- Stefan Antonijevic 3 (Adrian Ortiz, Chadd Sult) 72
UM -- Soony Saad 9 (Matt Schmitt) 74
UM -- Matt Schmitt 4 (Justin Meram, Fabio Pereira) 76
VAL --  Jake Freisinger 2 (Jaymie Bullard) 78
UM -- Soony Saad 10 (Justin Meram, Adam Shaw) 83 

Tuesday, Oct. 12
#2 North Carolina 2 Liberty 0. Att.: 1,857.
UNC -- Enzo Martinez 5  (unassisted)  34
UNC -- Martin Murphy 3 (Enzo Martinez) 75

#3 Virginia 0 James Madison 0 (OT). Att.:
1,320.

Lehigh 0 #4 Maryland 3.
MD -- Sunny Jane 1 (Patrick Mullins; Jason Herrick) 40
MD -- Billy Cortes 3 (Jason Herrick; Doug Rodkey) 75
MD -- Sunny Jane 2 (Casey Townsend) 76

#15 Boston College 3 Holy Cross 0. Att.:
382.
BC -- Charlie Rugg 5 (Edvin Worley) 27
BC -- Edvin Worley 4 (Amit Aburmad, Kyle Bekker) 29
BC -- Edvin Worley 5 (Colin Murphy, Myles Gerraty) 38

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

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



0 comments
  1. Jon Hoffman
    commented on: October 16, 2010 at 10:46 a.m.
    Stanford beat UCLA 2-1 in regulation. This is what is reported on each school's website. Gametracker is not correct.
  1. JAMES SIEDLISKI
    commented on: October 19, 2010 at 8:59 a.m.
    www.BigEastSoccer.com

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