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[WEEK 4 RESULTS]In Sunday night action, No. 1 Stanford won its derby match at No. 19 Santa Clara, 2-0 thanks to first-half goals from Camille Levinand Marjani Hing-Glover. No. 8 Boston College defeated No. 17 Virginia, 2-0, and No. 7 Maryland edged No. 20 Virginia Tech, 2-1, in ACC action on Sunday afternoon. West Virginia knocked off No. 9 Marquette, 3-1, in Big East play. For all the weekend action ...

WEEK 5 RESULTS: 
Sept. 18
#19 Santa Clara 2 #1 Stanford 0.
STAN: Camille Levin 1 (Sydney Payne) 30
STAN: Marjani Hing-Glover 1 (Chioma Ubogagu, Teresa Noyola) 36

#3 Oklahoma State 3 Utah State 0.
OSU: Krista Lopez 6 (Kristen Kelley) 4
OSU: Krista Lopez 4 (unassisted) 4
OSU: Elizabeth DeLozier 4 (Krista Lopez) 59
Att.: 502.

#4 Duke 2 #6 Florida State 1.
DUKE: Chelsea Canepa 2 (Alex Straton; Molly Lester) 40
DUKE:  Kelly Cobb 7 (unassisted) 89
FSU: Janice Cayman 3 (Jessica Price) 89
Att.: 509.

#7 Maryland 2 #20 Virginia Tech 1.
VT: Jazmine Reeves 2 (Kelsey Loupee) 29
MD: Olivia Wagner 6 (unassisted) 55
MD: Cory Ryan 1 (Olivia Wagner) 59
Att.: 1,545.

#8 Boston College 2 #17 Virginia 0.
BC: Stephanie McCaffrey 2 (unassisted) 52
BC: Casey Morrison 2 (pen.) 70
Att.: 813

West Virginia 3 #9 Marquette 1.
WVA:  Blake Miller 4 (Emily Dillon) 43
WVA: Kate Schwindel 1 (Bri Rodriguez) 46
WVA: Francis Silva 2 (Blake Miller) 82
MARQ: Mary Luba 2 (Katie Hishmeh) 87
Att.: 1,077.

Kansas 2 #10 Florida 7.
UF: Tahnai Annis (Maggie Rodgers) 9
UF: Annie Speese (Havana Solaun) 20
UF: Havana Solaun (unassisted) 24
UF: McKenzie Barney (Caroline Triglia) 44
UF: Lindsay Thompson (unassisted) 45
UF: Erika Tymrak (pen.) 49
KU: Ingrid Vidal (unassisted) 54
KU: Caroline Kastor (Jamie Fletcher) 59
UF: Tahnai Annis (Maggie Rodgers) 89
 
Cal Poly 1 #13 Pepperdine 1.
CP: Jenny Haggarty 1 (Julie McKee, Sara Lancaster) 63
PEP: Anisa Guajardo (Michelle Pao) 89
Att.: 372.

#14 Notre Dame 4 Cincinnati 1.
CIN: Megan Cravenor (Kelli Pawelko) 10
ND: Melissa Henderson (Jazmin Hall) 18
ND: Melissa Henderson (Kecia Moray; Elizabeth Tucker) 26
ND: Melissa Henderson (Karin Simonian) 65
ND: Lauren Bohaboy (Elizabeth Tucker) 88
Att.: 1,400.

#15 UCF 0 FGCU 0.
Att.: 210.

South Carolina 0 #21 Wake Forest 2.
WFU: Ally Berry 1  (unassisted) 42
WFU: Katie Stengel 11 (Ally Berry) 69
Att.: 1,407.

Denver 1 #22 Auburn 2.
AUB: Ana Cate 4 (Mary Coffed Katy Frierson) 3
AUB: Heather Havron (unassisted) 41
DEN: Nicholette DiGiacomo 3 (pen.) 48
Att.: 364.

#24 Missouri 3 UMKC 0.
MU: Kelsey Blincow 2 (Alyssa Diggs) 52
MU: Alyssa Diggs 4 (Abi Raymer) 86
MU: Dominiqu Richardson 4 (pen.) 87
Att.: 348.

San Francisco 1 #25 California 6.
CAL: Kate Bennett 1 (Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick) 39
CAL: Lauren Battung 6 (pen.) 55
USF: Christina Moberg 3 (unassisted)  56
CAL: Katie Benz 10 (pen.) 58
CAL: Thelma Bjork 2  (unassisted) 75
CAL: Kory Lamet 2 (Rachel Mercik; Kate Bennett) 81
CAL: Rachel Mercik 1 (unassisted)  83
Att.: 328.

Sept. 17
Loyola Marymount 1 #2 UCLA 3.
LMU: Tawni Martino 3 (Linda Bakker) 59
UCLA: Sam Mewis 2 (Chelsea Cline) 67
UCLA: Kylie McCarthy 1 (Sydney Leroux) 76
UCLA: Sam Mewis 3 (unassisted) 79
Att.: 437.

Wisconsin 1 #17 Penn State 0.
WIS: Laurie Nosbusch 3 (Joana Bielefeld, Lindsey Johnson) 17

Sept. 16
#5 North Carolina 5 N.C. State 1.
NCSU: Stephanie Bronson 4 Julia Sandridge) 15
UNC: Crystal Dunn 2 (unassisted) 16
UNC: Megan Brigman 3 (unassisted) 42
UNC: Maria Lubrano 2 (Emmalie Pfankuch) 67
UNC: Rebecca Crabb 1 (Ranee Premji) 72
UNC: Ranee Premji 4 (Emmalie Pfankuch) 75
Att.: 1,327.

#24 Missouri 0 #10 Florida 2.
UF: Annie Speese (Jo Dragotta) 43
UF: Annie Speese (Jo Dragotta) 86

Cleveland State 0 #11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 4.
UWM: Sarah Hagen 10 (Helen Steinhauser) 23
UWM: Emil Scott 1 (Helen Steinhauser) 30
UWM: Laurel Ragalie 2 (Helen Steinhauser) 43
UWM: Sarah Hagen 11 (Helen Steinhauser) 58
Att.: 145.

UC Santa Barbara 0 #13 Pepperdine 3.
PEP: Michelle Manning 3 (unassisted) 15
PEP: Myriah Stockman 2 (Lynn Williams) 23
PEP: Michelle Manning 4 (pen.) 59
Att.: 254.

#14 Notre Dame 1 Louisville 0.
LOU: Erin Yenney 1 (Christine Exeter) 56
Att.: 2,501.

#15 UCF 2 Jacksonville 1.
UCF: Jennifer Martin (Nicolette Radovcic) 31
JU: Raquel Weckhurst (unassisted)  62
UCF: Kristina Trujic (Tishia Jewell) 88
Att.: 241.

#18 UC Irvine 1 St. Mary's 2.
UCI: CoCo Goodson 1 (unassisted) 6
SMC: Katyln Steele (Lauren McQuiston) 18
SMC: Melinda Madden (unassisted) 66
Att.: 507.

Colorado 2 #22 Auburn 2.
COL: Amy Barczuk 2 (unassisted) 29
AUB:  Katy Frierson 2 (unassisted) 32
COL: Caroline Danneberg 1 (unassisted) 52
AUB: Ana Cate 3 (Maddie Barnes) 66

#23 Tennessee 4 Coastal Carolina 0.
TENN: Caroline Brown  7 (unassisted) 5
TENN: Kylie Bono 3 (Caroline Brown Emily Dowd) 13
TENN: Emily Dowd 4 (Amy Harrison) 19
TENN: Emily Dowd 5 (Chelsea Hatcher) 55
Att.: 1,017.

Sept. 15
Portland 0 #1 Stanford 2.
STAN: Teresa Noyola 5 (unassisted) 40
STAN: Kristy Zurmuhlen 1 (Teresa Noyola) 75
Att.: 3,410.

#3 Oklahoma State 2 BYU 1.
OSU: Elizabeth DeLozier 2 (Catherine Parish) 42
BYU: Jaiden Thornock 2 (Jennie Marshall) 87
OSU: Colleen Dougherty 1 (unassisted) 100
Att.: 524.

#4 Duke 3 College of Charleston 0.
DUKE: Kelly Cobb 6 (Mollie Pathman) 5
DUKE: Natasha Anasi 1 (Gilda Doria) 11
DUKE: Kim DeCesare 1 (Audrey Gibson) 36
Att.: 389.

#21 Wake Forest 2 #6 Florida State 0.
WFU: Katie Stengel 9 (Alisha Woodson) 44
WFU: Katie Stengel 10 (Jackie Logue) 57
Att. 721.

#17 Virginia 4 #7 Maryland 1.
UVA: Gloria Douglas 4 (Molly Menchel, Erica Hollenberg) 14
UVA: Caroline Miller 8 (unassisted) 49
MD: Olivia Wagner 5 (unassisted) 56
UVA: Caroline Miller 9 (unassisted) 60
UVA: Kaili Torres 1 (Gloria Douglas, Morgan Brian) 77
Att.: 848.

#9 Marquette 3 Pittsburgh 0.
MAR: Maegan Kelly 9 (Megan Jaskowiak) 24
MAR: Lindsey Page 3 (Emily Jacobson) 32
MAR: Kate Reigle 2 (Ashley Stemmeler) 6
Att.: 308.

Vanderbilt 0 #12 Memphis 2.
MEM: Rasheeda Ansari 3 (Kylie Davis) 47
MEM: Natalia Gomez-Junco 3 (Melissa Smith) 60
Att.: 349.

#20 Virginia Tech 4 Appalachian State 0.
VT: Kelly Conheeney 9 (Jazmine Reeves) 25
VT: Shannon Mayrose 5 (Kelsey Mitchell) 28
VT: Shannon Mayrose 6 (Kelsey Loupee) 32
VT: Brittany Michels 2 (Anne Lumpkin) 36
Att.: 297.

Sept. 14
#8 Boston College 2 Dartmouth 0.



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