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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
October 28th, 2010 11:41PM

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[RESULTS] No. 4 North Carolina won the ACC regular-season title with a 2-0 win at Wake Forest on Sunday. No. 5 Notre Dame fell at home to Connecticut, 2-0, in the quarterfinals of the Big East Tournament. For all the weekend action ...

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TOP 25 SCOREBOARD:
Sunday, October 31
#2 Portland 2 San Francisco 0. Att.: 3,122.
UP -- Kendall Johnson 1 (Micaela Capelle) 29
UP -- Danielle Foxhoven 6 (unassisted) 54

#3 Maryland 2 Miami (Fla.) 1. Att.: 1,078.
MD -- Danielle Hubka 4 (Caitlin McDowell, Erika Theisen) 4
UM -- Tara Schwitter 3 (unassisted) 49
MD -- Lydia Hastings 4 (Caitlin McDowell, Skyy Anderson) 80

#25 Wake Forest 0 #4 North Carolina 2. Att.: 2,010.
UNC -- Courtney Jones 11 (Crystal Dunn) 18
UNC -- Crystal Dunn 4 (Ali Hawkins, Meghan Klingenberg) 75

#5 Notre Dame 0 Connecticut 2. Att.: 416.
UCONN -- Elise Fogowski 4 (Jessica Shufelt) 59
UCONN -- Elise Fogowski 5 (unassisted) 73

Clemson 0 #7 Virginia 6. Att.: 423.
UVA -- Sinead Farrelly 9 (Lauren Alwine 8) 14
UVA -- Sinead Farrelly 10 (Erica Hollenberg 3) 16
UVA -- Erica Hollenberg 3 (Lauren Alwine 9) 17
UVA -- Shasta Fisher 1 (Molly Menchel 2) 69
UVA -- Gloria Douglas 5 (unassisted) 74
UVA -- Katie Starsia 1 (Amber Fry 2) 80

#11 Boston College 0 #8 Florida State 1.
FSU -- Toni Pressley (pen.) 53

#10 Oregon State 3 Arizona 0. Att.: 808.
OSU -- Ashley Folsom 1 (Courtney Wetzel) 47
OSU -- Courtney Wetzel 2 (unassisted)  50
OSU -- Haley Shaw 1 (Courtney Wetzel) 68

#12 Marquette 3 DePaul 0. Att.: 637.
MARQ -- Rachel Brown 3 (Rachael Sloan, Ashley Bares) 30
MARQ -- Lauren Acree 1 (Lindsey Page, Kristi Laurenzi) 81
MARQ -- R. Malone-Povolny (Lauren Thut) 84

#14 Santa Clara 0 Loyola Marymount 2. Att.: 634.
LMU -- Tawni Martino 8 (unassisted) 51
LMU -- Brittney Samford 1 (unassisted) 63

#15 UC Irvine 3 Cal State Fullerton 2. Att.: 514.
CSF  -- Brisa Gonzalez 2 (Jennifer Smith) 14
UCI -- Devon Delarosa 2 (Dana Sanderlin) 16
CSF -- Christina Murillo 8 (pen.) 28
UCI -- CoCo Goodson 7 (Alyssa Humphrey) 58
UCI  -- Tanya Taylor 10 (Judy Christopher, Mar Rodriguez) 61

#16 UNC Greensboro 1 Wofford 0. Att.: 243.
UNCG -- Kristen Schmidbauer 8 (Morgan Kennedy, Stine Schoening) 9

#18 West Virginia 1 Rutgers 0. Att.: 747.
WVU -- Blake Miller 10 (Frances Silva) 54
Highlights

Michigan 3 #21 Illinois 2. Att.: 707.
MICH -- Meghan Toohey 2 (Courtney Mercier, Clare Stachel) 25
MICH-- Sarah Stanczyk 1 (Tori McCombs) 54
ILL -- Laura Knutson 1 (Marissa Mykines) 74
MICH -- Nkem Ezurike 9 (unassisted) 77
ILL -- Megan Pawloski 5 (Vanessa DiBernardo) 89

Indiana 1 #22 Ohio State 0. Att.: 323.
IND -- Jocelyn Moses 1 (unassisted) 68

Saturday, October 30
California 0 #1 Stanford 3. Att.: 664.
STAN -- Lindsay Taylor 9 (Teresa Noyola) 19
STAN -- Christen Press 20 (Annie Case) 25
STAN -- Christen Press 21 (unassisted) 81 

#19 Hofstra 2 Northeastern 1 (OT).
NU -- Veronica Napoli 9 (unassisted) 78
HOF -- Tiffany Yovino 10 (Amy Turner) 84
HOF -- Tiffany Yovino 11 (Dana Bergstrom) 101

TCU 1 #23 New Mexico 1 (OT). Att.: 1,560.
TCU -- Kim Castleberry 5 (Kaylie Garcia) 4
UNM -- Rachel Fields 6 (unassisted) 60

Utah 1 #25 BYU 2. Att.: 1,004.
UTAH -- Lauren Dudley 2 (pen.) 26
BYU -- Lindsi Lisonbee (5) (unassisted) 29
BYU -- Jessica Ringwood 5 (pen.) 59

Friday, October 29
#23 Texas 1 #6 Texas A&M 1. Att.: 2,829.
A&M -- Alyssa Mautz 12 (Amber Gnatzig, Rachel Shipley) 12
UT -- Kylie Doniak 6 (Kirsten Birkhold) 13

#20 South Carolina 0 #9 Florida 1. Att.: 2,548.
FLA --Nicky Kit 2 (unassisted) 45

#10 Oregon State 1 Arizona State 0.
OSU -- Melissa Ingalls 6 (Justyne Freud) 44

Oklahoma 0 #13 Oklahoma State 2. Att.: 1,946.
OSU -- Megan Marchesano 6 (Kyndall Treadwell) 16
OSU -- Katie Richardson 6 (unassisted) 82

#17 Denver 1 North Texas 0.

Michigan State 0 #21 Illinois 1. Att.: 310.
ILL -- Vanessa DiBernardo 11 (unassisted)  5.

Thursday, October 28
#3 Maryland 2 #8 Florida State 1. Att.: 642.
FSU -- Janice Cayman 9 (Casey Short) 48
MD -- Colleen Deegan 3 (unassisted) 59
MD -- Jasmyne Spencer 9 (Caitlin McDowell) 62

#25 Duke 3 #4 North Carolina 5. Att.: 2,398.
UNC -- Courtney Jones 8 (Crystal Dunn) 21
DUKE -- Mollie Pathman 7 (Alex Straton) 39
UNC -- Emmalie Pfankuch 1 (Ali Hawkins) 42
UNC -- Courtney Jones 9 (Kealia Ohai) 46
DUKE -- Chelsea Canepa 2 (Kaitlyn Kerr) 68
UNC -- Courtney Jones 10  (unassisted) 79
DUKE -- Mollie Pathman 8 (Kim DeCesare; Chelsea Canepa) 80
UNC -- Kealia Ohai 12 (Courtney Jones; Ali Hawkins) 89

#7 Virginia 2 N.C. State 1. Att.: 1,049.
NCSU -- Kim Kern 1 (unassisted) 4
UVA -- Erica Hollenberg 2 (Chantel Jones 1) 14
UVA -- Gloria Douglas 4 (Sinead Farrelly 7, Meghan Lenczyk 5) 67

#11 Boston College 1 Miami (Fla.) 0 (OT). Att.: 457.
BC -- Amy Caldwell 4 (unassisted) 102

#14 Santa Clara 2 #25 BYU 1. Att.: 815.
SCU -- Kendra Perry 1 (Julie Johnston) 1
BYU -- Linsi Lisonbee 4 (Lauren Anderson) 22
SCU -- Anessa Patton 8 (Julie Johnston) 82

Elon 1 #16 UNC Greensboro 2. Att.: 233.
ELON -- Brittany Hallberg 7 (Chelsey Stark) 1
UNCG -- Jenn Partenheimer 7 (unassisted) 54
UNCG -- Lauren Hein (Katie Durst) 63

Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Oct. 25 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. Stanford (16-0-2) 1
2. Portland (18-1-0) 3
3. Maryland (15-2-1) 4
4. North Carolina (16-2-1) 2
5. Notre Dame (15-2-2) 5
6. Texas A&M  (15-3-1) 10
7. Virginia (13-3-2) 7
8. Florida State (13-4-1) 9
9. Florida (15-2-2) 11
10. Oregon State (15-1-1) 12
11. Boston College (12-5-1) 6
12. Marquette (15-3-2) 16
13. Oklahoma State (15-3-1) 8
14. Santa Clara (12-5-2) 13
15. UC Irvine (15-1-2) 18
16. UNC Greensboro (16-1-1) 19
17. Denver (17-2-0) 21
18. West Virginia (14-4-1) 23
19. Hofstra (17-1-0) 24
20. South Carolina (14-4-2) 25
21. Illinois (12-4-1) 15
22. Ohio State (13-4-1) 14
23. New Mexico (11-1-5) 17
24. Texas (11-4-1) NR
25. BYU (14-3-2) 22
25. Duke (10-6-3) NR
25. Wake Forest (11-6-1) NR
(Records through games played Oct. 31.)

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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