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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
August 25th, 2011 4:42AM

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[WEEK 1] No. 5 and No. 6 Creighton both opened with shutout wins. No. 9 Notre Dame and No. 18 Indiana played to a 0-0 tie in South Bend. William & Mary knocked No. 7 SMU, 3-2, in Dallas, Sacramento State won, 1-0, at No. 24 Loyola Marymount on Chris Bettencourt's golden goal, and No. 15 Ohio State was tied by American, 1-1. For all weekend action ...

Week 1 Results:
Aug. 27
No. 1 Louisville 2 No. 2 UCLA 0.
LOU: own goal 6
LOU: Colin Rolfe 1 (Kenney Walker) 47
Att.: 7,821.

No. 3 North Carolina 3 UNC Wilmington 1.
UNC: Enzo Martinez 1 (Ben Speas) 8
UNC: Billy Schuler 1 (Rob Lovejoy, Jordan Gafa) 61
UNCW: Jacob Vancompernolle 1 (Daniel Roberts) 62
UNC: Rob Lovejoy 1 (Kirk Urso) 86
Att.: 2,565.

No. 4 Akron 5 Cleveland State 0.
AKR: Darren Mattocks 1 (Wil Trapp) 7
AKR: Michael Balogun 1 (Aodhan Quinn, Scott Caldwell) 13
AKR: Scott Caldwell 1 (Darren Mattocks) 22
AKR: Darren Mattocks 2 (DeAndre Yedlin) 31
AKR: Akeil Barrett 1 (unassisted) 48
Att.: 5,241.

No. 5 Connecticut 2 St. Francis (N.Y.) 0.

UCONN: own goal 44
UCONN: Carlos Alvarez 1 (Tony Cascio) 77
Att.: 2,192.

Denver 0 No. 6 Creighton 1.
CU: Guido Pena 1 (Ethan Finlay) 65.
Att.: 941.

No. 7 SMU 2 William & Mary 3.
SMU: Emmet Kumeh 1 (unassisted) 12
W&M: Nicolas Abrigo 1 (John Ciampa) 20
W&M: Ben Anderson 1 (unassisted) 46
W&M: Nicolas Abrigo 2 (unassisted) 60
SMU: Aaron Simmons 1 (Arthur Ivo) 78
Att.: 459.

No. 9 Notre Dame 0 No. 18 Indiana 0.
Att.: 3,002.

No. 10 UC Santa Barbara 3 Seattle 1.
UCSB: David Opoku 1 (Peter McGlynn) 19
UCSB: David Opoku 2 (unassisted) 49
SEA: Kevin Cook 1 (Travis Heim) 71
UCSB: Peter Schmeltz 1 (Peter McGlynn) 87
Att.: 2,555.

No. 13 Wake Forest 0 No. 16 USF 2.
USF: Dom Dwyer 1 (Weslie Charpie)
USF: own goal
Att.: 4,123.

No. 15 Ohio State 1 American 1.
AU: Seth Goldman 1(Ryan Morales, Colin Seigfried) 32
OSU: Kenny Cunningham 1 (David Tiemstra) 83
Att.: 822.

No. 24 Loyola Marymount 0 Sacramento State 1.
SAC: Chris Bettencourt 1 (Bryan Baker) 94
Att.: 850.

Aug. 26
No. 8 Maryland 3 St. John's 0.
MD:  Patrick Mullins 1 (Kaoru Forbess) 51
MD: John Stertzer 1 (Sunny Jane) 55
MD: Casey Townsend 1 (Alex Shinsky) 77
Att.: 3,012.

No. 11 Virginia 0 No. 17 West Virginia 1.
WVA: Eric Schoenle 1 (Shadow Sebele) 45
Att.: 3,012.

UNC Greensboro 3 No. 12 Duke 2.
UNCG: Oddur Gudmundsson 1 (Brian Graham) 9
UNCG: Hakan Ilhan 1 (pen.) 16
UNCG: Hakan Ilhan 2 (David Reittinger) 56
DUKE: Andrew Wenger 1 (unassisted) 65
DUKE: Andrew Wenger 2 (pen.) 67
Att.: 2,064.

Jacksonville vs. No. 19 UCF (postponed)

San Francisco 0 No. 20 California 1.
CAL: John Fitzpatrick 1 (Tony Salciccia) 22
Att.: 1,990.

No. 21 Monmouth 1 St. Peter's 0.
MU: Ryan Clark 1 (RJ Allen) 6
Att.: 575.

No. 22 FGCU 1 FAU 3.
FAU: Darnell King 1 (unassisted) 11
FGCU: Jonathan Koshko 1 (unassisted) 26
FAU: Lukas Simons 1 (unassisted)  49
FAU: Darnell King 2 (unassisted) 66
Att.: 1,050.

No. 23 Boston College 3 George Mason 2.
BC: Amit Aburmad 1 (Diego Medina) 35
BC: Charlie Rugg 1 (Isaac Taylor, Amit Aburmad) 44
GMU: Paul Andrews 1 (Alex Herrera, Leo Stolz) 79
BC: Charlie Rugg 2 (unassisted) 89
GMU: Draymond Washington 1 (Derek Markheim) 89

Week 1 Schedule:
Aug. 28
No. 8 Maryland vs. No. 17 West Virginia (postponed)
Jacksonville vs. No. 19 UCF
No. 23 Boston College vs. Fairfield (postponed)
No. 25 Old Dominion vs. Navy (postponed)

Aug. 29
No. 8 Maryland vs. No. 17 West Virginia
No. 11 Virginia vs. Richmond
Furman vs. No. 12 Duke
No. 15 Ohio State vs. Siena, Penn State Classic



0 comments
  1. Clayton Berling
    commented on: August 28, 2011 at 7:31 p.m.
    I hate to sound like a mercenary, but the scores are the minimal parts of the stories. If soccer is to make it in our country over the long haul, we need "butts in seats" and the attendance figures are rising. Numbers like 2K, 5K, nearly 8K are the kind of thing which gets the attention of the media and sponsors. Every school needs to see 1000 as the minimum number of attendees at every game. It takes work by the coach, the team, the SID's, the Athletic Directors of the schools. It's the "magic wand" to success at every level of the game.


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