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Liberty on the march
September 28th, 2011 2:49AM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY] Sam Duininck's goal in the 76th minute gave visiting Liberty a 2-1 victory over High Point for its sixth consecutive win. For more on High Point-Liberty, wins by Georgia State and Duke and the Rutgers-Adelphi tie, as well as results from around the country ...

Alex Verville has put the Flames ahead in the 15th minute, but High Point tied the game in the 54th minute when Liberty defender Greg White headed the ball over his goalkeeper, Josh Pacella, for an own goal, the first goal the Flames had allowed in 355 minutes.

-- Sophomore transfer Jamal Keene scored his first goal for Georgia State to give the Panthers a 1-0 victory at N.C. State, their first win ever over the Wolfpack and first win over an ACC team in more than 10 years.

-- Freshman Nick Palodichuk scored two goals and junior Andrew Wenger finished with a goal -- his 11th of the season -- and an assist as Duke captured its fourth straight victory with a 4-1 decision over Presbyterian.

-- Sophomore Kene Eze scored three goals for Rutgers, but the Scarlet Knights had to settle for a 3-3 tie with Adelphi. The hat trick was the first for the Scarlet Knights since 2003.
 
EAST:
American 1 Virginia Tech 0
Hofstra 2 Fordham 0
Holy Cross 2 Northeastern 1
La Salle 2 UMBC 1
Navy 1 Longwood 2
Penn State 0 Georgetown 0
Rutgers 3 Adelphi 3
Sacred Heart 0 Hartford 3
Seton Hall 1 Columbia 0
Syracuse 1 Binghamton 2

MIDWEST:
Michigan State 2 UIC 1
Missouri State 6 Oral Roberts 1
Wright State 2 Cleveland State 1

SOUTH:
Appalachian State 1 UNC Asheville 1
Clemson 2  Gardner-Webb 1
Duke 4 Presbyterian 1
High Point 1 Liberty 2
N.C. State 0 Georgia State 1



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