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Portland draws at Merlo Field
September 19th, 2011 5:09PM
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[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Despite its slow start, Portland continues to draw very well, attracting 3,410 fans -- Week 5's largest crowd -- for its 2-0 loss to No. 1 Stanford on Thursday night at Merlo Field.

The Pilots (4-4-1), who have led women's soccer in average attendance each of the last six years, are averaging 3,144 fans a game. Only BYU (3,738) has averaged more fans this season.

-- Sunday night might not seem the best time to hold a college game, but the South Bay derby between Stanford and Santa Clara at the Broncos' Buck Shaw Stadium drew 2,875 fans. The No. 1 Cardinal won, 2-0, for its sixth consecutive victory over Santa Clara.

-- One of the most impressive crowds of the week was 2,011 for New Mexico's game against Cal State Fullerton at the Lobo/Nike Invitational. The fans were treated to two overtime games on Friday. Fullerton edged the Lobos, 3-2, in the nightcap, while UC Riverside beat North Texas, 2-1, in the first game.

2011 Top Women's Crowds

Attendance
Game
5,236 1. North-Carolina-Notre Dame
4,745 2. Florida-Florida State
4,633 3. BYU-Miami (Fla.)
4,487 4. Texas A&M-Dartmouth
4,437 5. BYU-Utah
4,402 6. Portland-Washington State
4,265 7. BYU-Cal State Fullerton
3,728 8. Florida-Texas Tech
3,511 9. Notre Dame-Tulsa
3,410
10. Portland-Stanford


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