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[WEEK 7 RESULTS] No. 1 Connecticut suffered its first blemish of the season when it was held to a 0-0 tie at Notre Dame on Saturday. But the Huskies (11-0-1) remained one of three unbeaten Division I men's teams along with New Mexico and CSU Bakersfield. For all the weekend results ...

Week 7 Results:
Oct. 9
#10 Indiana 0 #5 Creighton 1.
CRE: Dion Acuff 2 (Tyler Polak) 42.
Att.: 2,171.

Air Force 1 #7 New Mexico 2.
UNM: Blake Smith 5 (Devon Sandoval) 16
AF: Zane Dydasco 1 (unassisted) 24
UNM: Blake Smith 6 (James Rogers) 90
Att.: 211.

Oregon State 1 #13 UCLA 2.
OSU: John Swenson 1 (Emery Welshman, Mike Reckmeyer) 5
UCLA: Kelyn Rowe 5 (Matt Wiet, Victor Munoz) 44
UCLA: Victor Munoz 1 (Ryan Hollingshead, Patrick Matchett) 90
Att.: 495.

Rhode Island 1 #16 Charlotte 1.
CHA: Guiseppe Gentile 3 (Evan James) 17
URI: Mike Casey 1 (Andrew Tetzlaff) 56
Att.: 218.

Washington 3 #18 San Diego State 2.
WASH: Brent Richards 7 (Michael Harris) 41
SDSU: Daniel Steres 4 (pen.) 67
SDSU: Jordan Ongaro 5 (Pedro Adan) 78
WASH: Casey McCool 3 (Michael Harris) 80
WASH: Jacob Hustedt 1 (pen.) 87

Delaware 2 #21 James Madison 3.

JMU: Patrick Innes 7 (Christian McLaughlin) 9
DEL: Evans Frimpong 8 (unassisted) 37
JMU: Paul Wyatt 5 (Christian McLaughlin) 41
DEL: Evans Frimpong 8 (unassisted) 44
JMU: Patrick Innes 8 (unassisted) 100
Att.: 600.

#24 Coastal Carolina 4 Radford 1.
CC: TeeJay East 3 (Ashton Bennett) 16
CC: Ashton Bennett 12 (Luiz Faz) 53
RAD: Iyiola Aosika 7 (pen.) 56
CC: Cyprian Hedrick 2 (Ricky Garbanzo) 71
CC: TeeJay East 3 (Shawn McLaws) 80
Att.: 407.

Michigan 1 #25 Wisconsin 2.
WIS: Tomislav Zadro 4 (Joey Tennyson) 9
WIS: Josh Thiermann 3 (Tomislav Zadro) 42
MICH: Kofi Opare 1 (Fabio Pereira) 61
Att.: 1,170.

Oct. 8
#16 Notre Dame 0 #1 Connecticut 0.
Att.: 1,943.

#3 Akron 2 Northern Illinois 0.
AKR: Darren Mattocks 9 (Aodhan Quinn) 16
AKR: Darren Mattocks 10 (Luke Holmes) 32
Att.: 3,831.

#6 UCF vs. South Carolina-postponed

#14 USF 3  #8 St. John's 2.
STJ: P. Punyed-Battuno (unassisted) 13
USF: Leston Paul 4 (Ashani Fairclough) 24
USF: Dom Dwyer 9 (Lucas Baldin) 34
STJ: Walter Hines (P. Punyed-Battuno) 49
USF: Dom Dwyer 10 (Wesley Charpie) 72
Att.: 877.

#9 UC Irvine 2 Cal State Northridge 0.
UCI: own goal 58
UCI: Miguel Ibarra 5 (unassisted) 89
Att.: 571.

#12 Louisville 0 Syracuse 0.

UC Davis 1 #15 UC Santa Barbara 2.
UCSB: James Kiffe 2 (Luis Silva) 11
UCD: Matt Wiesenfarth 4 (Matt Sheldon) 32
UCSB: Sam Garza 3 (unassisted) 97
Att.: 938.

West Virginia 1 #19 Georgetown 0.
WVA: Uwem Etuk 1 (Peabo Doue, Shadow Sebele) 82
Att.: 811.

#22 Providence 1 Marquette 3.
MU: Andy Huftalin 3 (Anthony Selvaggi) 12
PC: Marcos Ugarte 3 (Greg Davis) 23
MU: Chris Madsen 2 (Dennis Holowaty) 32
MU: C. Nortey 6 (Sebastian Jansson) 54
Att.: 347.

#25 Old Dominion 3 UNC Wilmington 2.
ODU: Yannick Smith (Ivan Militar) 43
ODU: Yannick Smith (Tommy Webb) 49
ODU: Yannick Smith (Tommy Webb) 54
UNCW: Shawn Guderian (Daniel Roberts) 87
UNCW: Daniel Roberts (pen.) 88

Oct. 7
#23 Virginia 2 #2 Maryland 1.
UVA: Ryan Zinkhan 2 (Will Bates) 51
MD: Casey Townsend 12 (Jordan Cyrus) 61
UVA: Will Bates 10 (Ryan Zinkhan) 84
Att.: 2,898.

#4 North Carolina 2 Clemson 0.
UNC: Ben Speas 1 (Rob Lovejoy) 13
UNC: Billy Schuler 9 (Ben Speas) 25
Att.: 1,917.

Denver 2 #7 New Mexico 3.
UNM: Blake Smith (Devon Sandoval; Lance Rozeboom) 15
DEN: Jarod Stigall (Kellan Christensen) 21
DEN: Christian Volesky (Blake Shannon; Zach Bolden) 50
UNM: Devon Sandoval (Levi Rossi) 58
UNM: Matthew Gibbons (Blake Smith) 85
Att.: 741.

Washington 1 #13 UCLA 4.
UCLA: Kelyn Rowe 4 (Chandler Hoffman) 11
UCLA: Ryan Hollingshead 2 (Chandler Hoffman; Patrick Matchett) 22
WASH: Quinton Beasley 2 (Andy Thomas) 38
UCLA: Eder Arreola 2 (Patrick Matchett) 63
UCLA: Victor Chavez 1 (Victor Munoz; Evan Raynr) 89
Att.: 1,413.

Massachusetts 1 #16 Charlotte 2.

UMASS: Josh Schwartz (Brett Canepa) 11
CHAR: Thomas Allen 2 (Donnie Smith) 66
CHAR: Giuseppe Gentile 2 (Evan James; T.J. Beaulieu) 107
Att.: 151.

St. Mary's 2 #17 Santa Clara 0.
SMC: Agustin Cazarez (Nick Marshall) 52
SMC: Julian Godinez 1 (unassisted) 69
Att.: 283.

Oregon State 1 #18 San Diego State 3.
SDSU: Miles Byass 4 (unassisted) 2
OSU: Roberto Farfan 2 (Emery Welshman) 54
SDSU: Tyler Smith 3 (Miles Byass; Daniel Steres) 58
SDSU: Casey Meuser 1 (Chance Marden; Evyn Hewett) 83
Att.: 581.

#20 Boston College 2 Wake Forest 0.
BC: Colin Murphy 1 (Charlie Rugg Kevin Mejia) 24
BC: Diego Medina-Mendez 4 (unassisted) 79
Att.: 972.

Oct. 5
#15 UC Santa Barbara 3 #3 Akron 2.
AKR: Darren Mattocks 8 (Wil Trapp) 15
UCSB: Luis Silva 6 (Dom Sarle) 64
UCSB: Dom Sarle 2 (Josue Madueno; James Kiffe) 66
AKR: Thomas Schmittt 2 (Aodhan Quinn) 69
UCSB: Luis Silva 7 (James Kiffe) 91.
Att.: 4,340.

#25 Wisconsin 1 #5 Creighton 2.

WIS: Chris Prince 3 (Joey Tennyson; Tomislav Zadro) 59
CRE: Dion Acoff 1 (Ethan Finlay) 62
CRE: Greg Jordan 3 (Tyler Polak) 94
Att.: 475.

Cal State Fullerton 1 #9 UC Irvine 2.
UCI: Jimmy Turner (unassisted) 13
CSF: Michael Denny 1 (unassisted) 38
UCI: Juan Gutierrez 2 (Miguel Ibarra) 67
Att.: 555.  

#10 Indiana 2 #12 Louisville 3.
IU: Eriq Zavaleta 4 (Tommy Meyer) 12
IU: Alec Purdie 6 (Harrison Petts; Jacob Bushue) 56
LOU: Colin Rolfe 3 (Austin Berry) 73
LOU: Kenney Walker 2 (Colin Rolfe) 74
LOU: Kenney Walker 3 (Andrew Farrell) 95
Att.: 2,949.

#11 Notre Dame 1 Northwestern 1.
ND: Ryan Finley (Adam Mena) 38
NU: Oliver Kupe (Lepe Seetane) 79

#17 Santa Clara 0 San Francisco 1.

#21 James Madison 1 UNC Wilmington 0.
JMU: Dale Robins-Bailey 2 (Christian McLaughlin) 73
Att.: 472.

College of Charleston 2 #24 Coastal Carolina 3.
CC: Ashton Bennett 10 (Ricky Garbonzo) 6
COFC: Sean de Silva 3 (Joey De Mare) 6
COFC: Troy Peterson 5 (Shawn Ferguson; Robbie Benson) 44
CC: Ashton Bennett 11 (Henrik Robstad) 45
CC: Ricky Garbonzo (Justin Portillo) 80

#25 Old Dominion 4 VCU 0.
ODU: Yannick Smith (Tim Hopkinson) 19
ODU: Tim Hopkinson (pen.) 36
ODU: Yannick Smith (Gideon Asante) 58
ODU: Jordan LeBlanc (unassisted) 89
Att.: 707.

Oct. 4
#1 Connecticut 3 Manhattan 0.
UCONN: Carlos Alvarez 3 (Stephane Diop, Tony Cascio) 5
UCONN: Juho Karppinen 1 (Nickardo Blake) 18
UCONN: Stephane Diop 2 (Allando Matheson) 41
Att.: 1,625.

#2 Maryland 2 Rutgers 1.

MD: John Stertzer 8 (Jereme Raley) 20
RU: Sam Archer (unassisted) 22
MD: John Stertzer 9 (Alex Lee) 97
Att.: 2,246.

#4 North Carolina 2 UNC Asheville 1.
UNCA: Bryan Bartels (unassisted) 57
UNC: Billy Schuler (unassisted) 75
UNC: Rob Lovejoy 5 (unassisted) 95

#8 St. John's 0 Brown 0.
Att.: 748.

FGCU 0 #14 USF 2.
USF: Leston Paul 3 (pen.) 42
USF: Dom Dwyer 8 (unassisted) 63
Att.: 1,556.

#19 Georgetown 2 American 1.
GU: Ben Slingerland 1 (Steve Neumann) 17
AU: Tyler Collins 3 (unassisted) 18
GU: Steve Neumann 6 (unassisted)  44  
Att.: 893.

Boston Univ. 1 #22 Providence 0.
BU: Stephen Knox 3 (Taylor Washington; Anthony Ciccone) 88
Att.: 156.



2 comments
  1. Clayton Berling
    commented on: October 8, 2011 at 5:39 p.m.
    There is no excuse for having less than 1000 attendance at EVERY game. Crowd numbers are an important part of the game experience for players and spectators alike regardless of the standings or schedule. It really says who is NOT doing their jobs: coaches, players, SID's, athletic directors, publicists, etc. Former players still have an obligation to boost the team at every opportunity as well as attend as much as possible. With this kind of input the crowd will build itself. It's important for "the good of the game."
  1. Arnie Kriegbaum
    commented on: October 11, 2011 at 11:16 p.m.
    #7 New Mexico hasn't lost this year, and 211 people saw their last game. Many JV Football games have more in the stands than that. Clayton and Ric are on it: soccer is run by people not interested in gate totals. It is a real shame that these performances are being experienced by so few.

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