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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard
September 28th, 2011 2:50AM

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[WEEK 6 RESULTS] Three goals in a span of 12 minutes in the first half propelled No. 2 Maryland to a 3-1 win over No. 14 Charlotte that keeps the Terrapins (9-0-1) unbeaten through 10 games for the first time since 1968. No. 3 North Carolina downed No. 20 Old Dominion, 3-0. No. 17 Boston College got a pair of second-half goals to beat Brown, 2-0, in a battle of New England powers. For all the Tuesday Top 25 results ...

Week 6 Results:
Sept. 27
#1 Connecticut 1 Yale 0.
UCONN: Nickardo Blake 1 (unassisted) 109
Att.: 2,225.

#2 Maryland 3 #14 Charlotte 1.
MD: Casey Townsend 10 (unassisted) 21
MD: own goal 31
MD: John Stertzer 7 (Jereme Raley) 35
CHA: Donnie Smith 3 (Owen Darby) 35
Att.: 1,634.

#4 North Carolina 3 #20 Old Dominion 0.
UNC: Kirk Urso 1 (Matt Hedges; Martin Murphy) 30
UNC: Enzo Martinez 6 (pen.) 48
UNC: Rob Lovejoy 4 (unassisted) 89
Att.: 203.

Brown 0 #17 Boston College 2.
BC: Diego Medina-Mendez (Colin Murphy) 58
BC: Charlie Rugg (unassisted) 77
Att.: 405.

#23 Furman 2 USC Upstate 1.
FUR: Walker Zimmerman 3 (Coleton Henning) 2
FUR: Nikolai Hammer 1 (Clint Ritter; Coleton Henning) 64
USCU: Chad Mccoy 1 (Derek Dearmond) 90



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