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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 21st, 2010 8:19PM
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[RESULTS] Top-ranked Stanford remained unbeaten with a 3-0 victory over Arizona, while Portland beat  Santa Clara, 1-0, in their WCC showdown. For all the weekend action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, October 24
Arizona 0 #1 Stanford 3. Att.:505.
STAN -- Christen Press 19 (unassisted) 16
STAN -- Allison McCann 4 (Teresa Noyola) 61
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 8 (unassisted) 65

#2 North Carolina 1 #4 Maryland 2. Att.: 1,345.
UNC -- Courtney Jones 7 (Crystal Dunn) 5
MD -- Sade Ayinde 7 (Yewande Balogun) 78
MD -- Sade Ayinde 8 (unassisted) 85

#13 Santa Clara 0 #3 Portland 1. Att.:695.
POR -- Halley Kreminski 6 (Danielle Foxhoven, Kendall Johnson) 79

Georgetown 1 #5 Notre Dame 1 (OT). Att.:1,776.
ND -- Melissa Henderson 14 (pen.) 74
GU -- Camille Trujillo 10 (unassisted) 86

Wake Forest 1 #6 Boston College 2 (OT). Att.:703.
BC -- Stephanie Wirth 2 (Kristie Mewis) 41
WF -- Amanda Howell 1 (pen.) 76
BC -- Kristie Mewis 9 (pen.) 99

Miami (Fla.) 1 #7 Virginia 4. Att.:278.
UVA -- Kika Toulouse 1 (Erica Hollenberg 2) 12
UVA -- Sinead Farrelly 8 (unassisted) 19
UVA -- Julia Roberts 3 (unassisted) 47
UVA -- Erica Hollenberg 1 (Julia Roberts 1) 49
UM -- Fatima Nasser 2 (pen.) 69

#10 Texas A&M 1 #8 Oklahoma State 0. Att.:2,517.
A&M -- Rachel Shipley (pen.) 20

#9 Florida State 2 Virginia Tech 0. Att.:682.
FSU -- Janice Cayman 7 (unassisted) 8
FSU -- Janice Cayman 8 (Rachel Lim) 58
Highlights

#11 Florida 3 Arkansas 1. Att.: 789.
FLA -- Holly King 1 (Tahnai Annis) 15
ARK -- Ally Atkins 3 (Kelsey Allison) 54
FLA -- Sarah Chapman 1 (Taylor Travis) 63
FLA -- McKenzie Barney 10 (Taylor Travis, Natalia Torosian) 68

Washington 0 #12 Oregon State 1. Att.: 1,450.
OSU -- Jenna Richardson 6 (unassisted) 9

Purdue 1 #14 Ohio State 2. Att.:387.
PUR -- Jessica Warren 2 (Kellie Phillips, Liz Secue) 18
OSU --  Paige Maxwell 9 (Liz  Sullivan) 54
OSU -- Tiffany Cameron 8 (Aly Walker) 87

#15 Illinois 0 Penn State 2. Att.:525.
PSU -- Danielle Toney 5 (Jess Rosenbluth) 20
PSU -- Hayley Brock 4 (unassisted) 27

#16 Marquette 2 St. John's 0.Att.: 221.
MAR -- Rachael Sloan 6 (Rachel Brown, Ashley Bares) 48
MAR -- Lindsey Page 2 (Maegan Kelly, Stephanie Vasos) 68

Wyoming 1 #17 New Mexico 1 (OT). Att.: 238.
NM -- Jael  Fanning (Jennifer Williams) 15
WY -- Liz O'Reilly 3 (pen.) 82

UC Riverside 0 #18 UC Irvine 1.
UCI -- CoCo Goodson 5 (Nikki Forrest, Sarah Devine) 52

Appalachian State 0 #19 UNC Greensboro 1. Att.: 251.
UNCG -- Kristen Schmidbauer (7) (Kory Spotts) 62

#21 Denver 3 Arkansas-Little Rock 2 (OT). Att.:425.
DEN -- Kaitlin Best 13 (Nicholette DiGiacomo, Katy Van Lieshout) 17
UALR -- Holly Holland 2 (Olivia Carrasco) 32
DEN -- Kalie Vaughn 8 (Megan  Flannery) 61
UALR -- Adrianna Queen 6 (Jacquelyn Paz) 63
DEN -- Kaitlin Bast 14 (Kristen Hamilton, Nicholette  DiGiacomo) 96

#23 West Virginia 2 Providence 1. Att.:730.
WVU -- Drea Barklage 4 (Bry McCarthy) 54
WVU -- Frances Silva 3 (Bri Rodriguez) 60
PRO -- Jenna Roncarati (Kate Delciampo) 77

#24 Hofstra 2 UNC Wilmington 0. Att.:260.
HOF -- Tiffany Yovino (Amy Turner) 16
HOF -- Tarik, Salma Tarik 10 (Laura Greene, Danielle Murino) 77

#25 South Carolina 1 LSU 0. Att.:1,489.
USC -- Brittiny Rhoades 1 (unassisted) 80

St. Bonaventure 2 #25 Dayton 1. Att.:321.
UD -- Jerica  DeWolfe 1 (Colleen Williams) 8
SBU -- Hannah Lapp 3 (pen.) 31
SBU -- Anna  Cunningham  9 (Taylor Broderick) 38

#25 Georgia 1 Auburn 2. Att.:
2,417.
AU -- Maddie Barnes 1 (Katy Frierson) 7
UG -- Susannah Dennis 4 (Traci Dreesen; Madeline Barker) 65
AU -- Gabi Rivera 3 (unassisted) 77
Highlights

Saturday, October 23
#22 BYU 1 San Diego State 0. Att.: 2331.
BYU -- Carle Payne 5 (unassisted) 32

Friday, October 22
Arizona State 0 #1 Stanford 3. Att.:772.
STAN -- Teresa Noyola 8 (Christen Press) 16
STAN -- Mariah Nogueira 4 (Annie Case) 62
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 7 (Annie Case) 67

San Diego 0 #3 Portland 1. Att.:1,459.
POR -- Danielle Foxhoven 5 (Taylor Brooke) 52

Villanova 0 #5 Notre Dame 1. Att.:
511.
ND -- Adriana Leon 2 (Rose Augustin) 23

Texas 1 #8 Oklahoma State 0. Att.:902.
TEX -- Kylie Doniak 4 (Kirsten Birkhold) 64

#10 Texas A&M 2 Oklahoma 1 (OT). Att.:2,724.
OKL -- Caitlin Mooney 6 (unassisted) 49
A&M -- Rachel Shipley 8 (Whitney Hooper 49
A&M - Alysa Mautz 11 (unassisted) 105

Washington State 0 #12 Oregon State 1. Att.:303.
OSU -- Jenna Richardson 5 (unassisted) 35

#13 Santa Clara 5 Gonzaga 0. Att.:634.
SCU  -- Anessa Patton 6 (Maxine Goynes, Olivia Klei) 8
SCU -- Maxine Goynes 3 (Anessa Patton, Olivia Klei) 25
SCU -- Anessa Patton 7 (Lauren Matheson) 38
SCU -- Julie Johnston 2 (Maxine Goynes, Kendra Perry) 63
SCU -- Kelly Jenks 2 (Olivia Klei) 80

#16 Marquette 2 Syracuse 0. Att.:401.
MARQ -- Maegan Kelly 7 (Ashley Bares) 65
MARQ -- R. Malone-Povolny 3 (Lauren Thut) 82

Air Force 0 #17 New Mexico 1 (OT). Att.: 256.
UNM -- Rachel Fields 3 (Brooke Ellison) 103

#20 UCLA 0 USC 1. Att.:8,527.
USC -- Autumn Altamarino 3 (Karter Haug) 85

#23 West Virginia 3 Connecticut 0. Att.: 708.
WVU -- Caroline Szwed 4 (Bry McCarthy) 4
WVU --   Blake Miller 9 (Caroline Szwed) 53
WVU -- Emily Dillon 1 (Blake Miller) 87

#24 Hofstra 3 Georgia State 2. Att.:309.
GSU -- Jewel Evans 8 (Enrique Owens) 30
HOF -- Amy Turner 3 (Dana Bergstrom) 42
HOF -- Tiffany Yovino 8 (pen.) 50
GSU -- Alyssia Feronti 2 (unassisted) 79
HOF -- Courtney Breen 3 (Grace Hawkins, Dana Bergstrom) 95

Duquesne 1 #25 Dayton 2 (OT). Att.:127.
DAY -- Allison Giner 4 (Colleen Williams, Kelsey Miller) 47
DUQ -- Lauren Ott 4  (unassisted) 64
DAY -- Colleen Williams 14 (Jerica DeWolfe, Josie Grant) 95

Thursday, October 21
Clemson 1 #2 North Carolina 5. Att.: 1,006.
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 10 (Crystal Dunn) 3
UNC -- Amber Brooks 6 (Kealia Ohai) 14
UNC -- Courtney Jones 6 (unassisted) 49
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 11 (Courtney Jones) 56
UNC -- Olivia MBala 1 (Emmalie Pfankuch) 71
CU -- Heather Marik 2 (Sam Fortier) 89

Wake Forest 2 #4 Maryland 1. Att.:532.
WF -- Marisa Park 3 (Jordan Feger) 33
WF -- Katie Stengel 14 (Bianca D'Agostino) 66
MD -- Ashley Grove 8 (Sade Ayinde) 73

Duke 3 #6 Boston College 0. Att.:440.
DUKE -- Laura Weinberg 7 (Kaitlyn Kerr) 23
DUKE -- Laura Weinberg 8 (Nicole Lipp, Mollie Pathman) 24
DUKE -- Molly Lester 4 (Laura Weinberg) 86

#9 Florida State 0 #7 Virginia 0 (OT). Att.:932.

LSU 0 #11 Florida 2. Att.:773.
UF -- Taylor Travis 3 (unassisted) 4
UF -- Natalia Torosian 3 (Maggie Rodgers) 71

#14 Ohio State 1 #15 Illinois 2. Att.: 703.
OSU -- Danica Wu 1 (Lauren Granberg, Lauren Steuer) 52
ILL -- Vanessa DiBernardo 10 (Marissa Mykines) 83
ILL -- Niki Read 1 (unassisted) 84

Long Beach State 0 #18 UC Irvine 1. Att.: 322.
UCI -- CoCo Goodson 5 (Devon Delarosa, Tanya Taylor) 43

#19 UNC Greensboro 2 Western Carolina 0. Att.:347.
UNCG -- Cat Barnekow 4 (unassisted) 18
UNCG -- Tabitha Padgett 10 (Stine Schoening) 44

Arkansas State 0 #21 Denver 2. Att.:213.
UD -- Kaitlin Bast 11 (Nicholette DiGiacomo) 10
UD -- Kaitlin Bast 12 (Kalie Vaughn) 16

#22 BYU 1 UNLV 1 (OT). Att.:2,270.
UNLV -- Macy Jo Harrison (unassisted) 5
BYU -- Cami Jensen (unassisted) 37

Arkansas 1 #25 South Carolina 3. Att.:1,139.
USC -- Rae Wilson 1 (Kira Campbell) 38
USC -- Kayla Grimsley 11 (Rae Wilson) 40
USC -- Ellen Fahey 2 (Brittiny Rhoades) 55
ARK -- Kelsey Allison (7 (unassisted) 66

Alabama 0 #25 Georgia 3. Att.:686.
GA -- Alexa Newfield 6 (Rebekah Perry) 4
GA -- Meghan Gibbons 7 (Caroline Simpson) 43
GA -- Alexa Newfield 7 (pen.) 50

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

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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