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BYU draws big crowds in Provo
September 5th, 2011 7:17PM
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[ATTENDANCE WATCH] BYU is on course to lead women's soccer in attendance this season, drawing its third 4,000-plus crowd of the season for the Cougars' 2-1 win over Cal State Fullerton on Friday night.

BYU (3-1-1) has drawn crowds of 4,633, 4,437 and 4.265 for its three home games at the Stadium at South Field. They rank second , fourth and sixth among the season's largest women's crowds to date (see below).

-- Texas A&M had the week's biggest crowd, attracting 4,887 fans, over 3,300 of them students, for its 3-0 win over Dartmouth on Fish Camp Night at Ellis Field. (Fish Camp is a student-run, three-day overnight orientation camp, where new Aggie students are introduced to the traditions of Texas A&M.)

-- Florida returned home from a four-game road trip and drew 3,728 fans -- the fifth largest in school history -- for the Gators' 3-0 win over Texas Tech. Special guests at the game were former Gator stars Abby Wambach and Heather Mitts, members of the 2011 U.S. Women's World Cup team.

2011 Top Women's Crowds

Attendance
Game
5,236 1. North-Carolina-Notre Dame
4,633 2. BYU-Miami (Fla.)
4,487 3. Texas A&M-Dartmouth
4,437 4. BYU-Utah
4,402 5. Portland-Washington State
4,265 6. BYU-Cal State Fullerton
3,728 7. Florida-Texas Tech
3,511 8. Notre Dame-Tulsa
2,850 9. Hawaii-Washington State
2,817
10. Portland-Florida State


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