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La Salle makes it nine shutouts in nine games
September 25th, 2011 11:29PM

TAGS:  college women


[AROUND THE COUNTRY] Melissa Sanger needed just one save to preserve her ninth shutout in nine games as La Salle remained unbeaten and unscored upon this season with a 1-0 win over Lehigh.

Freshman Maryam Huseini scored the second-half winner, chipping the ball just under the crossbar for the Explorers, the only team in Division I that has yet to be scored upon in 2011.

“Things got a bit nervy for us towards the end, but we found another way to win,” said La Salle coach Paul Royal

The Explorers (8-0-1) are off to the best start in school history.

-- Kentucky (8-2-0) got two goals apiece from Kelsey Hunyadi and Caitlin Landis and defeated Alabama, 4-1, in Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide had a 19-6 edge in shots in the second half but could not muster a penalty kick from Theresa Diederich in the 83rd minute. Alabama received three red cards and five yellow cards.

-- Mary Beth Hamilton, Amelia Pereira and Arielle Aikens scored as Hartford beat UMBC, 3-0, to remain unbeaten at 8-0-2. The game was the America East opener for both teams.
Albany 0 Boston University 2
Bryant 0  Monmouth 2
Buffalo 1 Miami, Ohio 0
Connecticut  2 Cincinnati 2
Fordham 3 Columbia 0
Georgetown 2 St. John's 1
Harvard 3 New Hampshire 0
Hofstra 1 VCU 0
Lafayette 1 Manhattan 0
La Salle 1 Lehigh 0
Navy 1 Francis Marion 0
Northeastern 4 James Madison 2
Pittsburgh 0 Seton Hall  3
Syracuse 1 Villanova 0
UMBC 0 Hartford 3
Vermont 1 Stony Brook 0

Akron 3 Eastern Michigan 0
Illinois State 2 Drake 0
Indiana 2 Nebraska 1
IUPUI 1 Campbell 2
Kansas 6 Oral Roberts 1
Kent State 1 Bowling Green 0
Missouri State 1 Saint Louis 0
Ohio State 2 Northwestern 0
Valparaiso 0 Air Force 0

Alabama 1 Kentucky 4
Arkansas State 1 FIU 2
Furman 4 Georgia Southern 1
Georgia 2 South Carolina 1
Houston 2 UAB 1
LSU 3 Mississippi 2
Mercer 0 Belmont 1
North Texas 3 Middle Tennessee 0
SMU 3 Southern Miss 1
Texas State 11 Grambling 1
UTEP 3 East Carolina 2


Cal State Northridge 0 Portland 1
Colorado College 1 Marshall 0
Denver 2 Western Kentucky 0
USC 1 Washington State 2
Wyoming 0 Creighton 0

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