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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
September 29th, 2011 10:49PM

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[WEEK 7 RESULTS] Teresa Noyola scored in the 94th minute to give No. 1 Stanford (11-0-1) a 1-0 victory over Washington. Sydney Leroux's seventh goal of the season was the difference as No. 2 UCLA (10-0-1) edged Oregon State, 1-0. No. 8 Memphis improved to 12-0-0 with a 2-0 win at East Carolina. For all the weekend action ...

Week 7 Results:
Oct. 2
Washington 0 #1 Stanford 1.
STAN: Teresa Noyola 6 (Mariah Nogueira) 94

#2 UCLA 1 Oregon State 0.
UCLA: Sydney Leroux 7 (Caprice Dydasco) 17

#4 Duke 1 Virginia Tech 0.
DUKE: Kaitlyn Kerr 4 (Chelsea Canepa; Kim DeCesare) 31
Att.: 397.

Clemson 0 #5 Boston College 4.
BC: Stephanie Wirth 1 (Kristen Mewis; Zoe Lombard) 37
BC: Stephanie McCaffrey 3 (Alaina Beyar) 44
BC Rachel Davitt 2 (Victoria DiMartino) 61
BC: Stephanie Wirth 2 (Kristen Mewis) 71
Att.: 312.

#6 Wake Forest 2 #7 Virginia 0.
WFU: Ally Berry 2 (Riley Ridgik) 22
WFU: Jackie Logue 1 (Kim Marshall) 63
Att.: 942.

East Carolina 0 #8 Memphis 2.
MEM: own goal 27
MEM: Rasheeda Ansari 4 (Kelley Gravlin) 64
Att.: 223.

Miami, Fla. 1 #9 North Carolina 4.
UNC: Megan Brigman 4 (Courtney Jones) 24
UNC: Amber Brooks 3 (pen.) 29
UNC: Kealia Ohai 3 (Crystal Dunn; Anna Sieloff) 46
UNC: Courtney Jones 3 (Ranee Premji) 62
UM: Shannon Caspar 3 (Ashley Flinn) 75
Att.: 910.

#10 Florida State 2 N.C. State 0.
FSU: Ines Jaurena 2 (Hikaru Murakami) 44
FSU: Tiffany McCarty 11 (Dagny Brynjarsdottir) 80
Att.: 524.

Cincinnati 0 #13 Marquette 4.
MARQ: Cara Jacobson (Lindsey Page) 34
MARQ:  V. Legault Cordisco (unassisted) 41
MARQ: Emily Jacobson (Katie Hishmeh; Mary Luba) 76
MARQ: Lindsey Page (Mary Luba) 83
Att.: 338.

Arkansas 0 #14 Tennessee 4.
TENN: Emily Dowd 7 (Sanna Saarinen; Caroline Brown) 7
TENN: Emily Dowd 8 (unassisted) 8
TENN: own goal 54
TENN: Caroline Brown 9 (Emily Dowd) 70
Att.: 743.

#15 Florida 3 Kentucky 0.
UF: McKenzie Barney (Havana Solaun, Holly King) 57
UF: Annie Speese (Erika Tymrak) 75
UF: Annie Speese (Havana Solaun, McKenzie Barney) 87

#16 Santa Clara vs. San Diego State

#17 Wisconsin 0 #25 Ohio State 1.
OSU: Tiffany Cameron 5 (Kristen Niederhaus; Liz Sullivan) 48
Att.: 624.

Minnesota 0 #19 Penn State 1.
PSU: Maya Hayes 15 (Taylor Schram, Carly Niness) 84
Att.: 927.

Mississippi State 2 #20 Auburn 0.
MSU: Amy Hoover (unassisted) 37
MSU: Elisabeth Sullivan (Lauren Morgan) 47
Att.: 475.

Villanova 4 #21 West Virginia 1.
WVU: Erica Henderson 2 (Drea Barklage) 7
VU: Katie Ryan 8 (Amanda Penkrot) 19
VU: Katie Ryan 9 (Heidi Sabatura, Stephanie Myers) 22
VU: Heidi Sabatura 4 (Katie Ryan) 48
VU: Stephanie Myers 5 (Katie Ryan) 74
Att.: 457.

Pacific 3 #23 UC Irvine 2.

Kansas 0 #24 Texas A&M 3.
TAMU: Merritt Mathias 4 (Katie Perry) 10
TAMU: Allie Bailey 4 (Rachael Balaguer; Leigh Edwards) 34
TAMU: Kelley Monogue 9 (pen.) 84
Att.: 581.

Oct. 1
Wright State 1 #12 Milwaukee 3.
UWM: Keara Thompson 3 (unassisted) 32
UWM: Sarah Hagen 14 (unassisted) 50
UWM: Sarah Hagen 15 (Keara Thompson) 82
WSU: Brittany Persaud 3 (I'esha King) 88
Att.: 354.

Sept. 30
Washington State 0 #1 Stanford 1.
STAN: Lindsay Taylor 8 (Teresa Noyola; Camille Levin) 86
Att.: 991.

#2 UCLA 1 Oregon 0.
UCLA: Kylie McCarthy 2 (Chelsea Stewart; Abby Dahlkemper) 80

Oklahoma 0 #3 Oklahoma State 3.
OSU: Kyndall Treadwell 3 (Megan Marchesano) 11
OSU: Carson Michalowski 2 (Taylor Mathews) 31
OSU: Sarah Brown 4 (unassisted) 55
Att.: 2,002.

Marshall 0 #8 Memphis 1.
MEM: Melissa Smith 3 (unassisted) 90

Louisville 0 #13 Marquette 1.
MARQ: Taylor Madigan 5 (Maegan Kelly) 5
Att.: 1,002.

LSU 2 #14 Tennessee 0.
LSU: Natalie Ieyoub 2 (Kaley Blades; Natalie Martineau) 34
LSU: Addie Eggleston 2 (Allysha Chapman) 62
Att.: 1,284.

#15 Florida 2 Vanderbilt 0.
UF: Erika Tymrak (Maggie Rodgers) 23
UF: Holly King (Havana Solaun) 36
Att.: 2,541.

Mississippi 2 #20 Auburn 3.
AU: Ana Cate 6 (Mary Coffed) 15
UM: Jenna Strother (Rafaelle Souza) 39
AU: Lydia Townsend 1 (Kim Spence) 45
AU: Tatiana Coleman 5 (Kim Spence) 72
UM: Mandy McCalla 3 (unassisted) 73
Att.: 1,057.

Georgetown 1 #21 West Virginia 3.
WVU: Kate Schwindel (Frances Silva) 2
WVU: Emily Dillon 3 (Bry McCarthy) 36
GU: Ingrid Wells 7 (unassisted) 86
WVU: Blake Miller 5 (Kate Schwindel, Bry McCarthy) 86
Att.: 401.

UC Davis 2 #23 UC Irvine 2.

UCI: Lexi Kopf 6 (Zoya  Farzaneh) 24
UCD: Allison Kelly 4 (Hannah Hicks) 28
UCI: Jenna Pellegrino 1 (Natalia Ledezma) 42
UCD: Annacy Wilson 2  (unassisted)  47
Att.: 375.

Missouri 1 #24 Texas A&M 0.

MU: Kaysie Clark 1 (Danielle Nottingham) 64
Att.: 1,224.

Sept. 29
#4 Duke 0 #7 Virginia 0.
Att.: 1,305.

#6 Wake Forest 0 Virginia Tech 0.
Att.: 333.

#10 Florida State 0 #9 North Carolina 2.
UNC: Amber Brooks 2 (Kealia Ohai; Ranee Premji) 15
UNC: Courtney Jones 2 (Amber Brooks) 29
Att.: 1,876.

Clemson 1 #11 Maryland 2.
MD: Danielle Hubka (Hayley Brock) 2
MD: Jasmyne Spencer (unassisted) 22
CLE: Liska Dobberstein (Rachel Hurd) 34

#16 Santa Clara 3 Nevada 0.
SCU: Julie Johnston 6 (Cate Parchinski) 4
SCU: Meleana Shim 1 (unassisted) 9
SCU: Meleana Shim 2 (unassisted) 11
Att.: 474.

#17 Wisconsin 2 Minnesota 2.
MINN: Nicole Baier 2 (unassisted) 23
MINN: Taylor Uhl 8 (unassisted) 47
WIS: Lindsey Johnson 1 (Catie Sessions) 59
WIS: Alev Kelter 3 (unassisted) 62
Att.: 332.

#19 Penn State 3 #25 Ohio State 1.

OSU: Tiffany Cameron 4 (unassisted) 9
PSU: Taylor Schram 6 (Maya Hayes; Erin McNulty) 46
PSU: Kori Chapic 2 (Christine Nairn; Maya Hayes) 47
PSU: Emily Hurd 3 (Maya Hayes) 54



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