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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 27th, 2010 2:35AM
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[RESULTS] A pair of freshmen came off the bench to lead No. 2 North Carolina to a 1-0 win at VCU on Tuesday. Robbie Lovejoy fed Josh Rice for the only goal. In other games, No. 16 Brown and No. 18 UCF both recorded 2-0 wins. For all the Wednesday action ...

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Tuesday, October 26
VCU 0 #2 North Carolina 1. Att.: 1,027.
UNC -- Josh Rice 2 (Robbie Lovejoy) 32

#16 Brown 2 Holy Cross 0. Att.: 727.
BRWN --  Jon Okafor (David Walls, Evan Coleman) 17
BRWN -- Jay Hayward (Mike Manella) 48

#18 UCF 2 Stetson 0. Att.: 486.
UCF -- Cameron Cooksey 5 (Luiz Yamashita,  Kevan George) 78
UCF -- Luiz Yamashita 4 (Kevan George) 90

Wednesday, October 27
#1 Akron vs. #10 Creighton
Syracuse vs. #4  Louisville
#21 Georgetown vs. #6 Connecticut
UC Riverside vs. #8 UC Irvine
#12 Indiana vs. #9 Butler
Cal Poly vs. #13 UC Santa Barbara
#14 Boston College vs. Dartmouth
Cal State Northridge vs. #15 UCLA
#19 William and Mary vs. UNC Wilmington
#20 Pennsylvania vs. Penn State
San Diego vs. #24 Loyola Marymount
#25 Tulsa vs. Kentucky

Soccer America Men's Top 25
(Oct. 26 rankings)
1. Akron (13-0-1) 1
2. North Carolina (11-2-1) 2
3. Maryland (11-2-1) 4
4. Louisville (12-0-2) 5
5. Virginia (9-2-3) 3
6. Connecticut (10-1-4) 6
7. SMU (13-1-0) 7
8. UC Irvine (12-1-2) 9
9. Butler (13-0-1) 8
10. Creighton (11-2-0) 11
11. California (9-2-3) 13
12. Indiana (8-4-2) 16
13. UC Santa Barbara (10-3-2) 18
14. Boston College (7-2-5) 15
15. UCLA (10-4-1) 12
16. Brown (10-1-3) 17
17. Monmouth (10-1-2) 22
18. UCF (9-2-2) 23
19. William & Mary (11-2-1) 25
20. Pennsylvania (11-2-0) NR
21. Georgetown (10-4-1) NR
22. Michigan State (11-4-0) 10
23. Florida Gulf Coast (11-3-2) 21
24. Loyola Marymount (9-3-2) NR
25. Cal State Bakersfield (9-3-3) NR
25. Tulsa (8-4-1) 14
(Records are for games played through Oct. 26.)

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

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