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October 15th, 2010 12:16AM
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[RESULTS] Stanford, North Carolina and Portland, the top three ranked women's teams, all won on Sunday. No. 25 Virginia Tech (3-0 loss to Duke) and No. 25 Siena (1-0 loss to Niagara) both lost. For all the Top 25 action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, Oct. 17
#1 Stanford 2 Washington 1. Att.: 838.
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 6 (Christen Press) 4
STAN -- Christen Press 18 (unassisted) 88
WASH -- Kelli Stewart 2 (Lindsay Elston) 90

#2 North Carolina 5 Miami (Fla.) 0. Att.: 2,383.
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 8 (Hannah Daly) 19
UNC -- Amber Brooks 4 (Kelly McFarlane, Courtney Jones) 30
UNC -- Courtney Jones 5 (Kealia Ohai) 39
UNC -- Amber Brooks 5 (Rachel Wood) 50
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 9 ( Kelly McFarlane) 57  

#3 Portland 1 Pepperdine 0. Att.: 4,010.
UP -- Danielle Foxhoven 4 (unassisted) 57

Providence 1 #5 Notre Dame 3. Att.: 452.
ND -- Elizabeth Tucker 7 (Adriana Leon) 7
PC -- Jill Camburn 5 (Katie Delciampo) 33
ND -- Lauren Fowlkes 1 (Rose Augustin) 50
ND -- Rose Augustin 9 (Courtney Barg) 59

#6 Boston College 3 Clemson 1. Att.:741.
BC -- Victoria DiMartino 12 (Amy Caldwell) 39
BC -- Amy Caldwell 3 (Victoria DiMartino) 22
BC -- Alyssa Pember 2 (Hannah Cerrone) 34
CU -- Sam Fortier 1 (Emily Tatum) 58

N.C. State 1 #7 Florida State 4. Att.: 403.
FSU -- Casey Short 2 (unassisted) 36
NCST -- Jennie Krauser 5 (Alyson Santilli) 36
FSU -- Casey Short 3 (Tiana Brockway) 51
FSU -- Janice Cayman 5 (Ines Jaurena) 62
FSU -- Janice Cayman 6 (Tori Huster) 79

#8 Virginia 2 Wake Forest 1. Att.:1,422.
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 12 (Emily Carrollo 1, Sinead Farrelly 6) 11
UVA -- Gloria Douglas 3 (Kate Norbo 3) 36
WFU -- Katie Stengel 13 (pen.) 42

Missouri 2 #10 Texas A&M 4. Att.:1,038.
MU -- Alysha Bonnick 8 (unassisted) 2
A&M -- Rachel Shipley 7 (Alyssa Mautz, Merritt Mathias) 38
MU -- Krista Kruse 6 (Alysha Bonnick) 50
A&M -- Nora Skelton 1 (Alyssa Mautz, Lyndsey Gnatzig) 54
A&M -- Merritt Mathias 8 (Beth West, Raven Tatum) 70
A&M -- Merritt Mathias 9 (Alyssa Mautz) 75

#12 Florida 2 Georgia 1 (OT). Att.: 1,379.
GA -- Laura Eddy 2 (unassisted) 12
FLA -- Erika Tymrak 4 (unassisted) 82
FLA -- Erika Tymrak 5 (Lindsay Thompson) 97

#13 South Carolina 2 Tennessee 1. Att.:1,408.
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 10 (Kira Campbell) 32
USC -- Ellen Fahey 1 (Kira Campbell) 59
TENN -- Chelsea Hatcher 1 (unassisted) 78

Oregon State 3 #14 UCLA 0. Att.:736.
OSU -- Chelsea Buckland 8 (Megan Miller) 38
OSU -- Linday Meiggs 1 (Courtney Wetzel) 59
OSU -- Jenna Richardson 4 (Milan Cabrera) 84

San Francisco 0 #15 Santa Clara 2. Att.:227.
SCU -- Anessa Patton 5 (Amanda Poach, Lauren Matheson) 4
SCU -- Maxine Goynes 2 (unassisted) 8

#16 Ohio State 2 #23 Minnesota 1 (OT).Att.: 668.
MINN -- Tamara Strahota 4 (Molly Rouse) 57
OSU -- Paige Maxwell 8 (Liz Sullivan) 82
OSU -- Lauren Granberg 4 (Lauren Steuer) 91

UTEP 0 #18 UCF 4. Att.:301.
UCF -- Kim Newsome 7 (Tishia Jewell, Ashley Nicol) 20
UCF -- Tishia Jewell 8 (Bolinsky, Katie Bolinsky) 46
UCF -- Tishia Jewell 9 (Bianca Joswiak, Nicolette Radovcic) 55
UCF -- Nicolette Radovcic 1 (Tishia Jewell) 55

Furman 1 #20 UNC Greensboro 4. Att.: 276.
FUR -- Martha Hall 10 (unassisted) 3
UNCG -- Tabitha Padgett 8 (Cat Barnekow, Kristen Schmidbauer) 20
UNCG -- Cat Barnekow 3 (Jenn Partenheimer) 22
UNCG -- Tabitha Padgett 9 (Jenn Partenheimer) 75
UNCG -- Kristen Schmidbauer 6 (Cat Barnekow) 78

#21 Denver 1 Florida International 0 (OT). Att.: 327.
DEN -- Katy Van Lieshout (Nicholette DiGiacomo, Cassidy Larson) 92

#22 Marquette 4 Louisville 3 (OT). Att.: 326.
LOU --  Emily Cardell 3 (Shannon Leamy) 4
LOU -- Emily Cardell 4 (Caitlin Rehder, Angelika Uremovich) 12
MAR -- Rachael Sloan 5 (Maegan Kelly) 57
MAR -- R. Malone-Povolny 2 (Lauren Thut) 65
LOU -- Emily Cardell 5 (unassisted) 67
MAR -- Ashley Bares 5 (unassisted) 68
MAR -- Kerry McBride 1 (Stephanie Vasos) 91

Oregon 1 #24 USC 1 (OT). Att.:417.
ORE -- Jen Stoltenberg 10 (Scout Libke) 30
USC -- Ashli Sandoval 4 (pen.) 81

#25 Virginia Tech 0 Duke 3. Att.:692.
DU -- own goal 7
DU -- Callie Simpkins 4 (unassisted) 69
DU -- Mollie Pathman 6 (Natasha Anasi) 83

Canisius 0 #25 Siena 1. Att.:250.
CAN -- Chelsea Spencer 1 (unassisted) 62

Saturday, Oct. 16
#9 Oklahoma State 4 Nebraska 2. Att.:544.
OSU --Whitney Wernimont 2 (Katie Richardson) 7
NEB -- Morgan Marlborough 16 (Colleen Goetzmann) 15
OSU -- Katie Richardson 5 (Krista Lopez) 27
NEB -- Jaclyn  White 2 (Morgan Marlborough) 63
OSU -- Taylor Mathews 4 (Megan Marchesano) 67
OSU -- Megan Marchesano 5 (Krista Lopez) 79

#25 New Mexico 1 #11 BYU 0 (OT). Att.:2,029.
UNM -- Kate Wyrick 2 (Jennifer Williams) 103

#16 Illinois 2 Iowa 1 (OT). Att.:485.
IOWA -- Gabrielle Ainsworth 1 (pen.) 70
ILL -- Krystin Miller 2 (pen.) 88
ILL -- Shayla Mutz 3 (Niki Read, Danielle Kot) 94

TOP 25 RESULTS:
Friday, Oct. 15
#1 Stanford 5 Washington State 0. Att.:1,243.
STAN --  Teresa Noyola 7 (unassisted) 8
STAN -- Christen Press 17 (Camille  Levin) 9
STAN -- Allison McCann 3 (Cristen Press, Courtney Verloo) 21
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 5 (Annie  Case) 50
STAN -- Natalie Griffen 1 (unassisted) 84

#3 Portland 2 Loyola Marymount 0. Att.:3,620.
UP -- Michelle Cruz 3 (Ellen Parker) 31
UP -- Halley Kreminski 3 (Elli Reed) 41

Connecticut 1 #5 Notre Dame 1. Att.:1,701.
ND -- Melissa Henderson 13 (Erica Iantorno) 78
UCONN -- Linda Ruutu 2 (unassisted) 88

Iowa State 0 #10 Texas A&M 1 (OT). Att.:506.
A&M -- Merritt Mathias 7 (Whitney Hooper) 96

#12 Florida 4 Tennessee 2. Att.:
1,272.
UF -- Tahnai Annis 9 (Jazmyne Avant) 27
UF -- Lindsay Thompson 4 (Erika Tymrak) 29
UF -- Lindsay Thompson 5 (Taylor Travis, Tahnai Annis) 32
UT --  Chelsea Hatcher 6 (Emily Dowd) 50
UF -- Tahnai Annis 10 (Taylor Travis) 53
UT -- Chelsea Hatcher 7 (unassisted) 56

#13 South Carolina 0 Georgia 1. Att.: 1,415.
UGA -- Alexa Newfield 5 (unassisted) 4

Oregon 1 #14 UCLA 3. Att.:636.
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 8 (Ahsha Smith) 35
ORE -- Mercedes Walters 2 (Rianna Mansfield) 88
UCLA -- Sydney Leroux 9 (Zakiya Bywaters) 88
UCLA -- Zakiya Bywaters 3 (Ariana Martinez) 90

St. Mary's 0 #15 Santa Clara 2. Att.:365.
SCU -- own goal 57
SCU -- Lauren Matheson 3 (Maxine Goynes) 84

#16 Ohio State 1 Wisconsin 0. Att.:648.
OSU -- Caitlyn Martin 4 (Tiffany Cameron) 28

Colorado College 1 #18 UCF 0. Att.:252.
CC -- Tiffany Brown 5 (Lynn Froetscher) 12

Cal State Northridge 0 #19 UC Irvine 1 (OT). Att.:456.
UCI -- Mar Rodriguez 6 (Amanda Hardemann) 103

Wofford 0 #20 UNC Greensboro 3. Att.:237.
UNCG -- Lauren Hein 4 (Cat Barnekow, Stine Schoening) 2
UNCG -- Jaimey Etten 3 (unassisted) 7
UNCG -- Jenn Partenheimer 6 (unassisted) 11

#21 Denver 3 Florida Atlantic 0. Att.:992.
DEN -- Bria Beardsley 1 (Kalie Vaughn) 6
DEN -- Kaitlin Bast 10 (Kristen Hamilton) 24
DEN -- Kalie Vaughn 7 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 56

#22 Marquette 4 Cincinnati 0. Att.:390.
MAR -- Ally Miller 2 (Stephanie Vasos) 42
MAR -- Lindsey Page 1 (Lauren Thut, Aly Miller) 52
MAR -- Maegan Kelly 5 (Julia Victor, Lauren Thut) 54
MAR -- Kate Reigle 2 (Britney Scott) 81

Penn State 2 #23 Minnesota 1. Att.: 874.
MINN -- Steph Brandt 4 (Molly Rouse, Julie Rezac) 43
PSU -- Taylor Schram 2 (Danielle Toney) 73
PSU -- Maddy Evans 1 (Christine Nairn) 76

Oregon State 1 #24 USC 0. Att.:
874.
OSU -- Chelsea Buckland 7 (Ashley Seal) 83

Canisius 3 #25 Siena 2 (OT). Att.:356.
SIE -- Brittany Pfaff 8 (Cara Riley) 20
CAN -- Caroline Robert 1 (unassisted)
CAN -- Brianna Smith 8 (Kelly Reinwald) 83
SIE -- Lindsay Tegas 4 (Ashleigh Barone) 85
CAN -- Jenny Griffin 3 (unassisted) 104

Thursday, Oct. 14
#2 North Carolina 1 #7 Florida State 0. Att.:2,356.
UNC -- Ranee Premji 1 (Courtney Jones) 87

#4 Maryland 4 Clemson 0. Att.:501.
MD -- Molly Dreska 2 (Caitlin McDowell) 14
MD -- Jasmyne Spencer 7 (Domenica Hodak) 15
MD -- Caitlin McDowell 3 (Jasmyne Spencer, Skyy Anderson) 58
MD -- Jasmyne Spencer 8 (Caitlin McDowell) 81

#8 Virginia 2 Duke 0. Att.: 889.
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 10 (Sinead Farrelly 4, Lauren Alwine 7) 82
UVA -- Meghan Lenczyk 11 (Sinead Farrelly 5) 85

#9 Oklahoma State 3 Colorado 2. Att.:1,076.
OSU -- Krista Lopez 12 (Kyndall Treadwell) 10
OSU -- Katie Richardson 3 (unassisted) 48
CU -- Kassidy Fitzpatrick 2 (Kate Russell) 49
CU -- Shaye Marshall 3 (Caroline Danneberg) 58
OSU -- Katie Richardson 4 (unassisted) 59

TCU 0 #11 BYU 1. Att.:1,353.
BYU -- Carlee Payne 4 (Stacy Bartholomew) 20

#25 New Mexico 3 Utah 0. Att.:2,058.
UNM -- Amanda Collins 1 (unassisted) 64
UNM --   Natalie Jenks 2 (Jennifer Williams) 77
UNM -- Jennifer Williams 8  (unassisted) 79

#25 Virginia Tech 3 Wake Forest 3 (OT). Att.:203.
VT -- Marika Gray 4 (Kelsey Mitchell) 20
VT -- Amanda Gerhard 1 (Jennifer Harvey) 39
WF -- Marisa Park 2 (unassisted) 41
WF -- Katie Stengel 12 (Bianca D'Agostino) 52
WF -- Kristen Meier 2 (Marisa Park) 56
VT -- Jazmine Reeves 2 (Julia Goldsworthy) 59

Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Oct. 11 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. Stanford (13-0-2) 1
2. North Carolina (13-1-1) 3
3. Portland (15-1-0) 4
4. Maryland (12-1-1) 5
5. Notre Dame (14-1-1) 7
6. Boston College (10-3-1) 2
7. Florida State (11-3-0) 9
8. Virginia (10-3-1) 6
9. Oklahoma State (14-1-1) 10
10. Texas A&M  (13-3-0) 11
11. BYU (12-2-1) 12
12. Florida (12-2-2) 8
13. South Carolina (12-3-2) 14
14. UCLA (9-5-1) 13
15. Santa Clara (10-3-2) 15
16. Ohio State (12-2-1) 218
17. Illinois (10-2-1) 17
18. UCF (10-3-3) 19
19. UC Irvine (13-1-2) 20
20. UNC Greensboro (13-1-1) 21
21. Denver (14-2-0) 22
22. Marquette (12-3-2) 23
23. Minnesota (10-4-2) 24
24. USC (8-4-3) NR
25. Siena (12-2-0) 25
25. New Mexico (10-1-3) 25
25. Virginia Tech (8-6-1) NR
(Records through games played Oct. 17.)

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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