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October 21st, 2010 7:06PM
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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, October 24
#8 Butler 2 Loyola (Ill.) 1. Att.: 315.
BU -- Austin Oldham 2 (Kyle Pateros) 22
BU --   Kyle Pateros 4 (Ben Sippola, Austin Oldham) 52
LOY -- Scott Waggoner 1 (Eric Nock, Willie Koss) 71

#10 Michigan State 0 #16 Indiana 3. Att.: 674.
IU -- Will Bruin (Andy Adlard, Alec Purdie) 38
IU -- Joe Tolen 1 (Will Bruin) 53
IU --Will Bruin 12 (Joe Tolen) 64

#12 UCLA 0 #13 California 1. Att.: 1,654.
CAL -- Davis Paul 6 (Demitrius Omphroy, John Fitzpatrick) 99

#22 Monmouth 3 Bryant 0. Att.: 532.
MU -- Erkko Puranen 3 (Cesar Placido) 37
MU-- Chase Barbieri 3 (Matt Beverin, Christian Nogueira) 61
MU -- Ryan Kinne 10 (pen.) 89

Saturday, October 23
#1 Akron 2 Western Michigan 1. Att.: 3,873.
AKR -- Michael Nanchoff 5 (pen.) 50
AKR -- Ben Speas 1 (Kofi Sarkodie) 70
WMU -- Oliver Mayer 4 (Shane Lyons) 70

#4 Maryland 3 Wake Forest 1. Att.: 4,020.
MD -- Paul Torres (Jason Herrick) 30
MD -- Casey Townsend ( Taylor Kemp) 63
WF -- Danny Wenzel (Ben Newnam) 68
MD -- Matt Kassel (unassisted)  83

#19 South Florida 1 #5 Louisville 2 (OT). Att.: 1,286.
LOU -- Kenney Walker 2 (unassisted) 31
USF -- T.J. Roehn 1 (Christopher Waugh) 72
LOU -- Nick Deleon 8 (Dylan Mares) 112

Memphis 0 #7 SMU 3. Att.: 613.
SMU -- Juan Castillo 9 (Leone Cruz) 24
SMU -- Arthur Ivo 7 (unassisted) 49
SMU -- Leone Cruz 1 (Arthur Ivo) 60

#9 UC Irvine 7 CS Fullerton 2. Att.: 562.
UCI -- Zach Olow 1 (Spencer Thompson) 3
UCI -- Spencer Thompson 6 (Jimmy Turner) 14
UCI -- Joel Bagby 3 (unassisted) 23
UCI -- Brett Berman 3 (Miguel Ibarra, Corey Attaway) 27
UCI -- Amani Walker 9 (Miguel Ibarra) 37
UCI -- Corey Attaway 5 (Christian Hernandez) 59
CSF -- Jesse Escalante 3 (Kevin Venegas) 66
UCI -- Zlatan Kuckovic (Christopher Santana) 73
CSF -- Kevin Venegas 5 (Oscar Medina) 85

Central Arkansas 0 #11 Creighton 2. Att.: 394.
CU -- Ethan Finlay 11 (Dion Acoff) 33
CU -- Dion Acoff 1 (Kyle Demerer) 45

UAB 0 #14 Tulsa 1 (OT). Att.: 890.
TUL -- Justin Chavez 2 (Hunter Christiansen) 105

#17 Brown 2 Cornell 0. Att.: 853.
BRWN -- Thomas McNamara (Taylor Gorman) 26
BRWN -- Thomas McNamara (Rob Medairos) 65

#18 UC Santa Barbara 4 Cal State Northridge 0. Att.: 5,126.
UCSB -- David Opoku 4 (Luis Silva) 5
UCSB --  Sam Garza 7 (unassisted) 12
UCSB --  Sam Garza 8 (Peter McGlynn) 13
UCSB --  Sam Garza 9 (Danny Barrera) 58

Hofstra 1 #20 Old Dominion 0. Att.: 312.
HOF -- Johannes Grahn 1 (Tyler Botte) 62

Marshall 4 #25 South Carolina 1. Att.: 947.
MARS -- Devin Perkins 1 (unassisted) 5 
MARS -- Anthony Virgara 2 (unassisted) 6
MARS -- Mat Butler 3 (Sammy Boateng) 11
USC -- Will Traynor 5 (Sam Arthur) 86
MARS -- Dalton Hadlock 2 (Sammy Boateng) 88

Penn State 2 #25 Ohio State 1 (OT). Att.: 3,204.
OSU -- Ryan Lee 1 (Austin McAnena) 63
PSU -- Matheus Braga 4 (Daniel Burnham) 77
PSU -- Treavor Gelsinger 1 (Matheus Braga) 97

#25 William & Mary 2 Delaware 1. Att.: 502.
W&M -- Alan Koger 7 (Jimmy Carroll) 10
W&M -- Alan Koger 8 (Ben Anderson) 42
DEL -- Mike White 2 (Ben Rodkey) 55

Friday, October 22
#2 North Carolina 3 Virginia Tech 1. Att..: 985.
UNC -- Jordan Gafa 1 (Martin Murphy) 21
UNC -- Carlos McCrary 1 (Kirk Urso) 60
VT -- Patrick Huang 1 (Greg Cochrane) 69
UNC -- Robbie Lovejoy 2 (Enzo Martinez, Carlos McCrary) 89

#15 Boston College 1  #3 Virginia 1 (OT). Att.: 926.
BC -- Charlie Rugg 6 (Amit Aburmad) 39
UVA -- Brian Ownby 7 (T.J. Cyrus) 58

#6 Connecticut 0 Notre Dame 0 (OT). Att.: 4,463.

#12 UCLA 1 Stanford 0. Att.: 1,205.
UCLA -- Evan Raynr 3 (Eder  Arreola) 72

San Diego State 1 #13 California 1 (OT). Att.: 401.
CAL -- Servando Carrasco (Davis Paul) 10
SDSU – Falke Verwer (Jose Altamirano) 82

#21 Florida Gulf Coast 1 Stetson 0 (OT). Att.: 417.
FGCU -- Deion Jones 6 (unassisted) 101

Clemson 2 #24 Duke 1 (OT). Att.: 2,215.
CLEM -- K.C. Onyeador 3 (Tommy Drake) 45
DUKE -- Ryan Finley 13 (Cole Grossman) 85
CLEM -- Riley Sumpter 4 (Alex Stockinger, Stephen McGill) 97

Wednesday October 20
#5 Louisville 2 DePaul 1. Att.: 2,204.
LOU -- Dylan Mares 7 (Austin Berry; Colin Rolfe) 16
DPU -- Alex Mangan 6 (Antonio Aguilar) 76
LOU -- Nick DeLeon 5 (Paolo Delpiccolo) 105

#7 SMU 3 #14 Tulsa 2. Att.: 848.
TUL -- Jake Dobkins (Corey Albertson) 3
SMU -- Adam Still (Craig Hill) 5
TUL -- Corey Albertson (Hunter Christiansen) 42
SMU -- Arthur Ivo (unassisted) 62
SMU -- Robbie Derschang (Arthur Ivo) 69

#8 Butler 0 IUPUI 0 (OT). Att.: 427.

Cal State Northridge 1 #9 UC Irvine 2. Att.: 236.
CSUN -- Alberto Rosas 2 (Rafael Garcia) 31
UCI -- Corey Attaway 4 (Bello Alhassan) 60
UCI -- Amani Walker, 8 (Everett Pitts) 82

Bowling Green 1 #10 Michigan State 2. Att.: 303.
BGSU -- Dusko Yopolic 3 (Tanner Fink, Max Weston) 60
MSU -- Brent Rosendall 7 (unassisted) 66
MSU -- Bega, Rubin 4 (unassisted) 78

Drake 1 #11 Creighton 2. Att.: 867.
DU -- Michael Thaden 3 (Charles Schwartz, Evan Harrison) 12
 CU -- Kris Clark 3 (Andrew Ribeiro, Jose Gomez) 20
CU -- Kris Clark 4 (Ethan Finlay, Dion Acoff) 36

Kentucky 1 #16 Indiana 1 (OT). Att.: 751.
UK -- Matt Lodge 3 (Jordan Rose) 32
IU -- Andy Adlard 5 (pen.) 48

UC Davis 0 #18 UC Santa Barbara 2. Att.: 656.
UCSB -- Nic Ryan 1 (unassisted) 52
UCSB -- Luis Silva 3 (unassisted) 86

Cincinnati 1 #19 South Florida 1 (OT). Att.: 550.
USF -- Leston Paul (Bernardo Anor) 9
CIN -- Nick Weightman (pen.) 48

Georgia State 4 #20 Old Dominion 3. Att.: 180.
ODU -- Chris Harmon 4 (Gideon Asante) 33
GSU -- Gimel Gordon 2 (unassisted) 38
GSU -- Ayokunle Lumpkin 2 (Darryl Evans) 58
ODU -- Jordan LeBlanc 4 (pen.) 71
GSU -- Evan Scott 2 (Yasser Majluk) 76
GSU -- Joey Syfert 1 (Gimel Gordon) 77
ODU --  Jordan LeBlanc 5 (unassisted) 79

James Madison 1 #25 William & Mary 2. Att.: 413.
JMU -- Patrick Innes 4 (Christian McLaughlin) 11
W&M -- Alan Koger (Nathaniel Baako, Ben Anderson) 21
W&M -- Alan Koger (Nathaniel Baako, Derek Buckley) 73

Tuesday, October 19
TOP 25 RESULTS:
#1 Akron 7 Michigan 1. Att.: 3,018.
AKR -- Kofi Sarkodie 5 (Darlington Nagbe) 10
AKR -- Kofi Sarkodie 6 (Scott Caldwell) 18
UM -- Soony Saad 12 (Hamoody Saad) 32
AKR -- Darlington Nagbe 5 (Chris Korb) 35
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 11 (Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Darlington Nagbe) 55
AKR -- Anthony Ampaipitakwong 3 (Thomas Schmitt) 77
AKR -- Kofi Sarkodie 7 (Eric Stevenson, Chad Barson) 80
AKR -- Thomas Schmitt 1 (Ben Speas) 89

#2 North Carolina 1 #25 South Carolina 0. Att.: 1,133.
UNC -- Robbie Lovejoy 1 (unassisted) 78

#4 Maryland 2 Colgate 0. Att.: 1,001.
MD -- Kaoru Forbess (Casey Townsend; Jason Herrick) 37
MD -- Casey Townsend, Matt Kassel) 80

#6 Connecticut 2 West Virginia 0. Att.: 2,104.
UCONN -- Carlos Alvarez 4 (unassisted) 76
UCONN -- Stephane Diop 7 (Tony Cascio, Alan Ponce) 85

Harvard 1 #15 Boston College 2. Att.: 178.
HAR -- Connor McCarthy 2 (Shomesh Chaudhuri) 52
BC -- Kyle Bekker 2 (Patrick Chin, Amit Aburmad) 62
BC -- Amit Aburmad 1 (unassisted) 67

#17 Brown 3 Hartwick 1. Att.: 403.
BRWN -- David Walls (unassisted) 5
BRWN -- Sean Rosa (Austin Mandel, Dylan Remick) 20
HC -- Greg Mathers  (unassisted) 25
BRWN -- David Walls (Eric Robertson) 54

#21 Florida Gulf Coast 1 Florida Atlantic 2. Att.: 363.
FGCU -- Deion Jones 5 (Jeremy Vollmer) 6
FAU -- Ramin Rahemi 1 (Alan Naigeon) 43
FAU -- Darnell King 3 (unassisted) 71

Virginia Tech 2 #23 UCF 4. Att.: 160.
UCF -- Warren Creavelle 4 (Nik Keown-Robson) 8
UCF -- Luiz Yamashita (Kevan George) 14
VT -- Evan Slusser 1 (Clarke Bentley) 19
UCF -- Eduardo Jimenez 2 (unassisted) 40
UCF -- A.J. Nelson 3 (Steven Lamberta) 68
VT -- Jed Prater 1 (Clarke Bentley) 72

#24 Duke 2 High Point 1. Att.: 421.
DUKE -- Ryan Finley 11 (Chris Tweed-Kent) 2
HPU-- Feijiro Okiomah (Scott Rojo) 80
DUKE -- Ryan Finley 12 (Jonathan Aguirre, Chris Tweed-Kent) 100

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

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



1 comment
  1. Andrew Koloski
    commented on: October 26, 2010 at 10:19 a.m.
    Ric, Not sure what your comment is supposed to decry. Who's being left out? If you go back to 1990 (20 years) only 4 division I champions have been West Coast schools (UCLAx3 and UCSB) and only one other. Even if you include the other three criteria (west of Continental Divide, Missouri or Mississippi Rivers) it doesn't change anything. Farthest west champion is Wisconsin followed by Indiana. If you mean NCAA Div I soccer favors suburban, "organized" soccer players, getting "stuck in" with little creativity or flair, I'll not argue. If your saying the rankings of Div I programs are biased, I'm not sure I agree.

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