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Marlborough makes it back-to-back hat tricks
September 23rd, 2011 11:47PM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY] Junior Morgan Marlborough became the first Nebraska player to score hat tricks in back-to-back games to lead the Huskers to a 3-0 victory at Purdue.

The Huskers are now 2-0-0 in their first season in the Big Ten and join Wisconsin as the only undefeated teams in league play following Friday’s games.

-- La Salle earned its eighth straight shutout when it blanked Loyola (Md.), 1-0, on freshman Gabriella Carbone's first collegiate goal. The Explorers (7-0-1) had to endure a 95-minute rain delay that halted play just 29 minutes into the game.

-- Iowa improved to 9-0-1 with a 1-0 win at Indiana on Katie Nasenbenny's goal in the 42 minute. The Hawkeyes had a chance to extend their lead but Cloe Lacasse's penalty kick was stopped by Indiana goalkeeper Lindsay Campbell.

-- Lauren Wilson's long-range shot in the fourth minute of overtime lifted James Madison to a 4-3 come-from-behind win at Hofstra in their CAA opener. The Dukes trailed 3-1 in the rematch of the 2010 conference tournament final before scoring twice in the final 12 minutes on goals by Becky Sparks and Wilson to send the game into overtime.

-- Camille Trujillo scored two goals and added an assist to lead Georgetown to a 3-1 win at Syracuse. The only Orange goal was scored by Tina Romagnuolo a day after she played for Canada in its international friendly against the USA in Portland, Ore.

-- Fueled by a season-high four goals by four different goal scorers in the first half, LSU extended its unbeaten streak to six games with a 5-1 win over Mississippi State in their SEC opener before 1,508 fans.

EAST:
Buffalo 1 Bowling Green  2
Connecticut 2 Connecticut 2
George Washington 1 Liberty 2
Harvard 2 Penn 0
Hofstra 3 James Madison 4
Holy Cross 1 1 Vermont 1
La Salle 1 Loyola, Md. 0
Northeastern 2 VCU 1
Pittsburgh 0 Rutgers 0
St. Bonaventure 1 Colgate 2
St. John’s 2 Villanova 0
St. Joseph's 3 Lehigh 0
Syracuse 1 Georgetown 3
Temple 1 Francis Marion 0

MIDWEST:
Creighton 1 UNI 0
Indiana 0 Iowa 1
IUPUI  2 Air Force 2
Kent State 1 Miami, Ohio 2
Missouri 0 Texas Tech 1
Ohio 1 Eastern Michigan 0
Ohio State 2 Illinois 1
Purdue 0 Nebraska 3
Tulsa 0 Southern Miss 0
Valparaiso 2 Campbell 3

SOUTH:
Charlotte 4 High Point 0
ETSU 4 USC Upstate 0
Furman 3  Davidson 0
Kennesaw State 1 Belmont 2
LSU 5 Mississippi State 1
Rice 4 UAB 0
Texas 0 Baylor 1
Texas State 2 Houston Baptist 1
UALR 1 FIU 2
UTEP 1 Marshall 0
Wofford 2 Georgia Southern 1

WEST:
Cal State Northridge 3 Loyola Marymount 0
Colorado College 2 East Carolina 0
Denver 4 Middle Tennessee 2
Long Beach State 4 UNLV 1
New Mexico 2 Oklahoma 1
Oregon 0 Utah 2
Oregon State 2 Colorado 0
Santa Clara 1 Washington State 0
Seattle 1 San Francisco 0



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