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[WEEK 4 RESULTS]No. 4 Akron beat Cal Poly, 1-0, on Scott Caldwell's fourth goal of the season, The Zips, who had to play without the services of suspended Jamaican star Darren Mattocks, extended their NCAA record home unbeaten streak to 42 games (39-0-3) and remained unbeaten on the season (4-0-2). No. 12 USF beat No 10 UC Irvine, 2-0, to hand the Anteaters their first loss of the season. No. 15 Ohio State fell at Coastal Carolina, 2-0, on a pair of Ashton Bennettgoals. In late games, No. 16 UCLA won, 1-0, at San Diego on Kelyn Rowe's golden goal from 30 yards, and No. 14 St. John's beat Iona, 2-0, to hand the Gales their first loss of the season. For all the weekend action ...

WEEK 4 RESULTS: 
Sept. 18
#4 Akron 1 Cal Poly 0.
AKR: Scott Caldwell 4 (unassisted) 83
Att.: 2,843.

 

Rutgers 0 #7 Indiana 2.
IU: Blake Wide 3 (Tommy Meyer) 40
IU: A.J. Corrado 1 (Tommy  Meyer) 51
Att.: 461.

American 0 #8 UCF 2.
UCF: Nik Robson 3 (unassisted) 26
UCF: Cameron Cooksey 2 (Kyle Cox, Malcolm Reed) 73
Att.: 229.

#12 USF 2 #10 UC Irvine 0.
USF: Wesley Charpie 1 (Kevin Olali) 13
USF: Dom Dwyer 6 (Ben Sweat) 82
Att.: 554.

#13 Northern Illinois 1 UC Davis 0.
NIU: Gael Rivera 2 (Isaac Kannah) 93
Att.: 115.

#14 St. John's 2 Iona 0.

Coastal Carolina 2 #15 Ohio State 0.
CC: Ashton Bennett 5 (unassisted) 33
CC: Ashton Bennett 5 (Justin Portillo) 65Att.: 407.

San Diego 0 #16 UCLA 1.
UCLA: Kelyn Rowe 2 (Zack Foxhoven) 92
Att.: 684.

Michigan State 0 #20 Notre Dame 1.
ND: Harrison Shipp (Adam Mena) 54

#21 Bradley 2 Loyola, Ill. 1.
BRAD: Bryan Gaul (Matt Hnat, Keith Mach) 6
LOY: Kyle Spoo (Emilio Benbassat) 60
BRAD: Desmond Campbell 1 (Ross Williams, Brian Billings) 78

#22 West Virginia 3 Duquesne 1.
WVA: Peabo Doue 2 (Eric Schoenle, Shadow Sebele) 18
WVU: Shadow Sebele 2 (unassisted) 27
DUQ: Sean Gardner 1 (Adam Clement) 53
WVU: Uzi Tayou 1 (Shadow Sebele) 61
Att.: 1,077.

#23 New Mexico 2 Syracuse 1.
UNM: Devon Sandoval (Levi Rossi) 81
SYR: Jordan Murrell (Chris Makowski) 83
UNM: Devon Sandoval (Levi Rossi) 96

George Mason 2 #24 Cal State Fullerton 1.
GMU: Julio Arjona 3 (Hugh Roberts) 45
CSUF: Nick Posthuma 2 (Jonathan Birt) 51
GMU: Taylor Morgan (pen.) 69
Att.: 392.

Sept. 17
#3 Creighton 3 #25 Providence 0.
CU: Ethan Finlay 3 (pen.) 4
CU: Greg Jordan 2 (Bruno Castro) 13
CU: Ethan Finlay 4 (Bruno Castro) 76
Att.: 2,525.

#6 Louisville 4 Butler 0.
LOU: Mark Knight 1 (Nick DeLeon; Andrew Farrell) 19
LOU: Michael Roman 3 (Will Vitalis) 24
LOU: Buck Tufty 2 (Alexander Obbey; Colin Rolfe) 71
LOU: Chase Rodgers 2 (Paolo DelPiccolo; Colin Rolfe) 74
Att.: 3,128.

Elon 2 #11 Old Dominion 3.
ODU: Gideon Asante (unassisted) 40
ODU: Yannick Smith (unassisted) 49
ELON: James Carroll (unassisted) 64
ELON: Tommy Allen (unassisted) 89
ODU: Yannick Smith (Chris Harmon) 94

Sept. 16
#1 Maryland 3 N.C. State 1.
MD: Mikias Eticha 1 (London Woodberry; Matt Oduaran) 45
MD: Jereme Raley 2 (unassisted) 48
MD: John Stertzer 5 (Sunny Jane) 55
NCSU: Monbo Bokar 1 (Moritz Steidten; Watt Williams) 90
Att.:
4,289.

Boston Univ. 0 #2 Connecticut 1.

UCONN: Allando Matheson 1 (Tony Cascio) 79
Att.: 789.

#4 Akron 1 #23 New Mexico 1.
AKR: Michael Balogun 2 (Scott Caldwell, Aodhan Quinn) 37
UNM: Kyle Venter 2 (Davon Sandoval) 81
Att.: 4,301.

Wake Forest 0 #5 North Carolina 1.
UNC: Jordan Gafa 1 (Kirk Urso, Ben Speas) 58
Att.: 4,062.

#14 St. John's 0 #7 Indiana 0.
Att.: 2,077.

George Mason 1 #8 UCF 1.
GMU: Taylor Morgan 5 (Leo Stolz) 21
UCF: McKauly Tulloch 9 (Nik Robson) 29
Att.: 1,933.

#16 UCLA 3 #9 UC Santa Barbara 2.
UCSB: James Kiffe 1 Machael David) 35
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 5 (Kelyn Rowe) 52
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 6 (Kelyn Rowe) 68
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 7 (Victor Chavez) 71
UCSB: Sam Garza 2 (pen.) 73
Att.: 2,965.

#10 UC Irvine 2 FGCU 1.
UCI: Christopher Santana (Enrique Cardenas) 26
UCI: Miguel Ibarra (Enrique Cardenas; Christopher Santana) 27
FGCU: Andres Navas (unassisted) 85

#12 USF 1 Saint Louis 2.
SLU: Kingsley Bryce (Nick Maglasang) 36
USF: Brenton Griffiths (Roberto Alterio) 47
SLU: Kingsley Bryce (Mike Roach) 55
Att.: 1,830

#13 Northern Illinois 1 Xavier 2.
NIU: Gael Rivera 2 (Francis Otira) 3
XU: Andy Kaplan 1 (Will Walker) 47
XU: Gino Depaoli 1 (Matt Walker) 96
Att.: 145.

#15 Ohio State 3 Hartwick 0.

OSU: Austin McAnena 1 (Kenny Cunningham) 6
OSU: Chris Hegngi 3 (unassisted) 8
OSU: Chris Hegngi 4 (unassisted) 66
Att,: 47.

#17 Virginia 1 Charlotte 2.
UVA: Will Bates 5 (pen.) 71
CHA: Tyler Gibson 2 (pen.) 90
CHA: Isaac Caughran 2 (Tyler  Gibson) 91
Att.: 2,135.

#18 Boston College 4 Virginia Tech 3.
VT: David Clemens 2 (unassisted) 10
BC: Chris Ager 1 (Kyle Bekker) 29
BC: Diego Medina-Mendez 2 (Amit Aburmad) 31
BC: Amit Aburmad 5 (pen.) 36
VT: Jed Prater 1 (unassisted) 48
VT: Ben Strong 1 (Robert Alberti) 73
BC: Charlie Rugg 4 (Colin Murphy, Kyle Bekker) 93

#19 California 2 Santa Clara 4.
CAL: Connor Hallisey 1 (Ryan Neil; Kyle Lunt) 21
SCU: David Castellanos (Erik Hurtado) 36
SCU: Erik Hurtado (unassisted) 42
SCU: Phillip Muscarella (Carlos Montes) 49
CAL: John Fitzpatrick 3 (Seth Casiple, Max Oldham) 69
SCU: Glenn Vass (Carlos Montes) 83
Att.: 622.

#20 Notre Dame 2 Michigan 1.
UM: Latif Alashe (Etienne Lussiez) 1
ND: Adam Mena (Greg Klazura) 33
ND: Adam Mena (Greg Klazura) 91

#21 Bradley 0 Memphis 1.
MEM: Mark Sherrod 5 (Wil Linder) 81
Att.: 949.

#22 West Virginia 4 Richmond 1.
WVU: Andy Bevin 4 (Peabo Doue) 12
WVU: Shadow Sebele 1 (Andy Bevin; Raymon  Gaddis) 18
WVU: Peabo Doue 1 (Uwem Etuk; Travis Pittman) 21
WVU: Andy Bevin 5  (Shadow Sebele; Travis Pittman) 57
UR: Luis Perez 2 (unassisted) 59
Att.: 1,075.

American 0 #24 Cal State Fullerton 3.
CSF: Kevin Venegas 4 (unassisted) 14
CSF: Eric Escobedo 1 (Nick Posthuma) 1
CSF: Jesse Escalante 2 (Kevin Venegas) 37
Att.: 182.

Sept. 14
#25 Providence 2 Holy Cross 0.
PRO: Keith Jecewiz 1 (Matt Pesci) 70
PRO: Keith Jecewiz 2 (Marc Cintron)

Sept. 13
UMBC 3 #1 Maryland 4.
MD: Casey Townsend 6 (Sunny Jane) 46
UMBC: Pete Caringi 1 (Andrew Bulls, Sean Rothe) 52
MD: Casey Townsend 7 (Kaoru Forbes) 57
MD: Casey Townsend 8 (Jordan Cyrus) 81
UMBC: Sean Rothe 1 (Michael DiCesare) 83
UMBC: Sean Rothe 2 (Andy Streilein) 84
MD:  John Stertzer 4 (Taylor Kemp) 104
Att.: 2,513.

#5 North Carolina 4 James Madison 1.
JMU: Patrick Innes 3 (unassisted) 28
UNC: Enzo Martinez 2 (unassisted) 38
UNC: Mikey Lopez 2  (unassisted) 57
UNC: Billy Schuler 5 (Enzo Martinez) 61
UNC: Enzo Martinez 3 (Billy Schuler) 85 
Att.: 416.

#17 Virginia 0 Liberty 2.
LIB: Chris Phillips 2 (Sam Dunnick) 72
LIB: Phillip Aseweh 2 (Timothy Bullock) 75
Att.: 1,138.



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