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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 28th, 2010 8:01PM
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[RESULTS] Akron's defeat to Cleveland State left No. 4 Louisville (14-0-2) and No. 9 Butler (15-0-1) as the only unbeaten Division I men's teams. For all the weekend action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, October 31
Pittsburgh 0 #6 Connecticut 2. Att.: 204.
CONN -- Juho Karppinen 1 (Tony Cascio, Shawn Nicklaw) 58
CONN -- Juho Karppinen 2 (pen.) 60

#11 California 2 Washington 1 (OT). Att.: 336.
WASH -- John Crenshaw (Chris Brundage, Daniel Gray) 22
CAL -- Servando Carrasco 5 (pen.) 79
CAL -- Hector Jimenez 2 (Davis Paul) 109

#12 Indiana 3 Northwestern 2. Att.: 1,563.
NU -- Connor Holloway 1 (Matt Eliason, Cody Stanley) 41
NU -- Oliver Kupe 8 (Jack Hillgard) 46
IND -- Will Bruin 14 (Andy Adlard) 53
IND -- Bruin, Will 15 (Alec Purdie) 62
IND -- Joe Tolen2 (Will Bruin) 80

#17 Monmouth 3 Robert Morris 0. Att.: 407.
MU -- R.J. Allen 2 (Chase Barbieri) 28
MU -- Ryan Kinne 12 (Ryan Clark) 53
MU -- Ryan Clark 2  (unassisted) 70

#21 Georgetown 0 Notre Dame 3. Att.: 327.
ND -- Steven Perry 11 (Brendan King) 55
ND -- Steven Perry 12 (Brendan King) 57
ND -- Dillon Powers 3 (Brendan King, Aaron Maund) 76

#23 Florida Gulf Coast 6 North Florida 0. Att.: 212.
FGCU -- Scott Harrison 1 (Donovan Henry) 42
FGCU -- Scott Harrison 2 (Cristian Raudales) 54
FGCU -- Scott Harrison 3 (Donovan Henry) 57
FGCU -- Cristian Raudales 4 (Donovan Henry) 58
FGCU -- Westin Vallentine 2 (Josey Portillo) 66
FGCU -- Ryan Price 6 (Jonathan Hohn) 84

Saturday, October 30
Cleveland State 2 #1 Akron 1. Att.: 1,679.
CSU -- Aslinn Rodas 3 (Caleb Eastham) 79
UA -- Michael Nanchoff 6 (pen.) 82
CSU -- Jordan Hart 1 (Aaron Adkins) 84

East Tennessee State 1 #2 North Carolina 2 (OT). Att.: 1,350.
UNC -- Kirk Urso 4 (Enzo Martinez) 13
ETSU --Aaron Schoenfeld 6 (Theo Yang) 88
UNC -- Enzo Martinez 6 (Jordan Gafa) 94

#4 Louisville 3 Villanova 1. Att.: 2,197.
VU -- Joseph Schmid 3 (Dylan Renna) 22
LOU -- Paolo DelPiccolo 2 (unassisted) 30
LOU -- Colin Rolfe 4 (Nick Corliss, Kenney Walker) 78
LOU -- Colin Rolfe 5 (Buck Tufty) 83

#7 SMU 2 Kentucky 0. Att.: 506.
SMU -- Josue Soto 5 (unassisted) 5
SMU -- Zach Barnes 5 (Juan Castillo) 10

#8 UC Irvine 0 #13 UC Santa Barbara 0 (OT). Att.: 1,001.

Detroit 0 #9 Butler 1. Att.: 173.
BU --  Matt Hedges 5  (Ben Sippola) 11
BU -- Adekundel Oluyedun 5 (Kyle Pateros) 42

#10 Creighton 2 SIU-Edwardsville 2 (OT). Att.: 2,592.
CU -- Ethan Finlay 12 (Dion Acoff, Dion, Brent Kallman) 1
CU -- Josh Moran 2 (Ethan Finlay) 43
SIUE -- Chris Anzalone 6 (Kevin Bielicki) 50
SIUE -- Chris Anzalone 7 (Jared Tejada, Brian Groark) 87

Wake Forest 4 #14 Boston College 3. Att.: 1,864.
BC -- own goal 43
WF -- Luke Norman 1 (Chris Duvall) 50
WF -- Andy Lubahn 5 (Luca Gimenez) 58
WF -- Andy Lubahn 6 (Chris Duvall) 59
BC -- Edwin Worley 6 (unassisted) 60
WF -- Andy Lubahn 7 (Chris Duvall) 71
BC -- Charlie Rugg 7 (unassisted) 89

#20 Pennsylvania 1 #16 Brown 0. Att.: 307.
PENN -- Stephen Baker (Loukas Tasigianis, Aaron
Ross) 22

Hofstra 0 #19 William & Mary 0 (OT). Att.: 690.

Michigan 3 #22 Michigan State 2. Att.: 2,615.
MICH --  Justin Meram 8 (Soony Saad) 40
MICH -- Latif Alashe 1 (Alex Wood) 57
MSU -- Domenic Barone 7 (Josh Barens) 69
MSU -- Domenic Barone 8 (Spencer Thompson) 85
MICH -- Hamoody Saad 4 (unassisted) 99

#24 Loyola Marymount 1 Santa Clara 2. Att.: 501.
LMU -- Artur Jozkowicz 7 (Logan McDaniel) 55
SCU -- Connor Mitchell 1 (Erik Hurtado) 77
SCU -- Brandon Zimmerman 3 (Connor Mitchell) 78

FIU 1 #25 Tulsa 5. Att.: 419.
TUL -- Austin Neil 9 (Omar Mata) 16
TUL -- Ashley McInnes 7 (unassisted) 18
TUL -- Ashley McInnes 8 (Austin Neil) 29
FIU -- Nicolas Rodriguez 2 (unassisted) 49
TUL -- Omar Mata 2 (unassisted) 74
TUL -- Matt Boullt 2 (Mohammed Abdalla) 90

#25 Cal State Bakersfield 3 Air Force 0. Att.: 144.
CSUB -- Chris Widdy 1 (Jesus Sanchez) 30
CSUB -- Jesus Sanchez 8 (unassisted) 56
CSUB -- Peter Carlson 1 (Gyasi Zardes) 74

Friday, October 29
#5 Virginia 0 #3 Maryland 2. Att.: 3,944.
MD -- Casey Townsend 7 (unassisted) 2
MD -- John Stertzer 1 (Matt Kassel) 48

#11 California 2 Oregon State 1 (OT). Att.: 184.
CAL -- Steve Birnbaum (Davis Paul, Servando Carrasco) 34
OSU -- Travis Sanchez (Roberto Farfan) 49
CAL -- Davis Paul (Steve Birnbaum) 105

#17 Monmouth 2 St. Francis (Pa.) 1 (OT). Att.: 305.
MU -- Ryan Kinne 11 (unassisted) 35
SFU -- Tobi Iguade 2 (unassisted) 83
MU -- Erkko Puranen 4 (Ryan Kinne) 99

#18 UCF 1 UAB 2. Att.: 521.
UAB -- Kevin Sawchak 2 (Victor Sambade, Babayele Sodade) 3
UCF -- Nik Keown-Robson 8 (A.J. Nelson) 47
UAB -- Kevin Sawchak 3 (unassisted) 53

#23 Florida Gulf Coast 4 Jacksonville 0. Att.: 308.
FGCU -- Josey Trujillo 4 (unassisted) 14
FGCU -- Ryan Price 5 (Juan Castellon) 53
FGCU -- Westin Vallentine 1 (Josey Portillo) 82
FGCU -- Deion Jones 7 (unassisted) 88

#25 Cal State Bakersfield 1 Denver 2. Att.: 294.
CSUB -- Gyasi Zardes 3 (Ernesto Hinojosa) 72
DEN -- Jarod Stigall 8  (unassisted) 75
DEN -- Mark Weigand 2 (Michael Perry) 84

TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Thursday, October 28
#21 Georgetown 1 #6 Connecticut 0. Att.: 1,089.
GU -- Steve Neumann 10 (Ian Christianson) 74

Wednesday, October 27
#1 Akron 1 #10 Creighton 0. Att.: 3,856.
UA -- Darlington Nagbe 6 (Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 63

Syracuse 1 #4  Louisville 2. Att.: 722.
LOU -- Dylan Mares 8 (J.T. Murray) 7
SU -- Jakob Karlgren 1  (Nick Roydhouse) 36
LOU -- Colin Rolfe 3 (Kenney Walker) 49

#21 Georgetown vs. #6 Connecticut-postponed

UC Riverside 1 #8 UC Irvine 2. Att.:
408.
UCR -- Cesar Diaz (Azeez Atanda, Tyler Wilson) 23
UCI -- Zach Olow (Brett Berman) 38
UCI -- Amani Walker (Brett Berman, Miguel Ibarra) 60

#12 Indiana 1 #9 Butler 4. Att.: 2,488.
BU -- Austin Oldham 4  (unassisted) 15
BU -- Jacob Capito 3 (unassisted) 43
BU -- Tyler Pollack 2 (Adekunle Oluyedun) 44
IU -- Will Bruin 13 (Joe Tolen) 54
BU -- Tyler Pollack 2 (unassisted) 77

Cal Poly 2 #13 UC Santa Barbara 1 (OT). Att.: 8,125.
CP -- Junior Burgos 2 (Tim White) 9
UCSB -- David Opoku 5 (unassisted) 20
CP -- Chris Gaschen 3 (Jake Hustedt) 93

#14 Boston College 2 Dartmouth 1. Att.: 387.
BC -- Isaac Taylor 1 (Charlie Rugg) 53
DART -- Teo Larsson-Sax 3 (unassisted) 73
BC -- Amit Aburmad 3 (Patrick Chin) 89

Cal State Northridge 1 #15 UCLA 2. Att.: 1,118.
UCLA -- Victor Chavez 6 (Joe Sofia) 4
UCLA -- Victor Chavez 7 (Reed Williams, Kelyn Rowe) 14
CSUN -- Jeremy Hohn 1 (Chris Smith) 41
                                                                   
#19 William & Mary 1 UNC Wilmington 0. Att.:
456.
W&M -- Nicholas Abrigo 3 (Jimmy Carroll) 100

#20 Pennsylvania 1 Penn State 2. Att.: 363.
PSU -- Matheus Braga 5 (Justin Lee) 64
PENN -- Thomas Brandt 4 (Christian Barreiro) 69
PSU -- own goal 76  

San Diego 2 #24 Loyola Marymount 1. Att.:
394.
USD -- Cory Norris 1 (Dan Delgado) 53
USD -- Stephen Posa 2 (Matthew Chavez) 62
LMU -- Phil Da Silva (Logan McDaniel) 80

#25 Tulsa 1 Kentucky 2. Att.: 183.
TUL -- Omar Mata 1 (Zach Nulisch) 32
KY -- Tyler Riggs 5 (Brad Walker) 49
KY -- Matt Lodge 4 (unassisted) 75

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 4 (David Walls, Evan Coleman) 17
BRWN -- Jay Hayward 1 (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

Soccer America Men's Top 25
(Oct. 26 rankings)
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Akron (14-1-1) 1
2. North Carolina (12-2-1) 2
3. Maryland (12-2-1) 4
4. Louisville (14-0-2) 5
5. Virginia (9-3-3) 3
6. Connecticut (10-2-4) 6
7. SMU (14-1-0) 7
8. UC Irvine (13-1-3) 9
9. Butler (15-0-1) 8
10. Creighton (11-2-1) 11
11. California (10-2-3) 13
12. Indiana (9-5-2) 16
13. UC Santa Barbara (10-4-3) 18
14. Boston College (9-3-5) 15
15. UCLA (11-4-1) 12
16. Brown (10-2-3) 17
17. Monmouth (12-1-2) 22
18. UCF (10-3-2) 23
19. William & Mary (12-2-2) 25
20. Pennsylvania (12-3-0) NR
21. Georgetown (11-4-1) NR
22. Michigan State (11-5-0) 10
23. Florida Gulf Coast (13-3-2) 21
24. Loyola Marymount (9-5-2) NR
25. Cal State Bakersfield (10-4-3) NR
25. Tulsa (9-5-1) 14
(Records are for games played through Oct. 31.)

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



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