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September 29th, 2011 4:52AM

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[WEEK 6 RESULTS] Despite having a man advantage for the last 33 minutes, No. 8 UC Irvine fell to visiting Cal Poly, 1-0. James Madison improved to 5-1-1 with a 2-0 win over No. 25 West Virginia, scoring on its only two shots of the match. For all the Wednesday night action ...

Week 6 Results:
Sept. 28
#5 Akron 3 Ohio State 1.
AKR: DeAndre Yedlin 1 (unassisted) 21
AKR: Thomas Schmitt 1 (Luke Holmes) 69
OSU: Sebastian Rivas 4 (Omar Vallejo) 74
AKR: Luke Holmes 1 (Wil Trapp) 82
Att.: 5,819

UC Riverside 3 #7 UC Santa Barbara 1.

UCR: Cesar Diaz Pizarro (Alex Racca) 11
UCSB: David Opoku (Machael David; Luis Silva) 17
UCR: Aaron Long (unassisted) 59
UCR: Richie Osborne (Alex Racca) 70
Att.: 2,016.

#8 UC Irvine 0 Cal Poly 1.
CP: Patrick Sigler (pen.) 53

#10 UCF 2 Kentucky 1.
UK: Tyler Riggs 9 (unassisted)  14
UCF: McKauly Tulloch 10 (Warren Creavalle, Kevan George) 39
UCF: Warren Creavalle 1 (Nik Robson) 94
Att.: 329.

Princeton 2 #15 St. John's 3.

STJ: Jamie Thomas (unassisted) 15
STJ: Adrian L'Esperance (Daniel Herrera) 62
PRIN: Cameron Porter (Myles McGinley, Antoine Hoppenot) 64
PRIN: Cameron Porter (Antoine Hoppenot) 76
STJ: P. Battuto Punyed (Adrian L'Esperance) 110
Att.: 623.

#24 Coastal Carolina vs. UNC Wilmington-canceled (lightning)

James Madison 2 #25 West Virginia 0.
JMU: Patrick Innes 5 (unassisted) 24
JMU: Paul Wyatt 3 (Christian McLaughlin) 75
Att.: 599.

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
Att.: 414.

Week 6 Schedule:
Sept. 29
Belmont vs. East Tennessee State

Sept. 30
#2 Maryland #3 Creighton
#4 North Carolina vs. Duke
#16 UCLA vs. California
N.C. State vs. #17 Boston College
#20 Old Dominion vs. Delaware
Santa Clara vs. #25 Portland



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