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Notre Dame is undone by two own goals
October 14th, 2011 11:50PM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY]Defending champion Notre Dame's troubles continues as the Fighting Irish conceded two own goals and fell to Georgetown, 3-2, in Big East play. The loss -- the first against the Hoyas in 11 games -- dropped Notre Dame's record to 7-6-3. For more on Notre Dame-Georgetown plus wins by Denver, Tulsa and Massachusetts as well as results from around the country ...

Samantha Baker had a hand in all three of the Hoyas’ goals, scoring the first herself and then forcing the Irish into their two own goals with a long throw-in early in the first half, and a cross from the left wing that led to the decisive goal in the second half.

Seniors Melissa Henderson and Courtney Barg had rallied the Irish for a 2-0 deficit with first-half goals.

-- Kalie Vaughn, Bria Beardsley and Katy Van Lieshoutscored second-half goals to lead Denver to a 3-0 victory at FAU, its 21st consecutive Sun Belt win. Goalkeepers Lara Campbell and Maria Khan stretched the Pioneers’ shutout streak to 467 minutes.
 
-- Tulsa tied a school record when it beat East Carolina, 1-0, for its 10th shutout of the season, tying the school record set back in 1992. Miranda Zollerscored the game-winning goal in the 41st minute from 20 yards.

-- Massachusetts pushed its unbeaten streak to nine with a 2-0 win over Fordham at rain-soaked Rudd Field. The Minutewomen got goals from Tori Sousa and Meghan Collins.

EAST:
Connecticut 1 Pittsburgh 0
Delaware 1 VCU 1
Drexel 1 James Madison 0
George Washington 0 Dayton 3
Manhattan 0 Fairfield 0
Massachusetts 2 Fordham 0
Northeastern 4 Old Dominion 0
Rider 5 Marist 1
St. Bonaventure 1 Charlotte 1
St. Francis (Pa.) 2 Monmouth 1

MIDWEST:
Akron 1 Bowling Green 0
Ball State  0 Buffalo 0
Cincinnati 3 Seton Hall 0
DePaul 2 Villanova 3
Illinois 1 Minnesota 0
Indiana State 1 Illinois State 4
Northern Illinois 0 Eastern Michigan 1
Northwestern 1 Wisconsin 1
Notre Dame 2 Georgetown 3
Ohio State 0 Iowa 1
Toledo 2 Kent State 0
Western Michigan 1 Central Michigan 0

SOUTH:
Alabama 3 Arkansas 0
Appalachian State 1 Samford 2
Elon 1 Furman 2
FAU 0 Denver 3
FGCU 9 USC Upstate 0
FIU 1 North Texas 0
Georgia State  4 Elon 3
Jacksonville 0 Belmont 0
Louisiana Lafayette 0 Middle Tennessee 2
Louisville 2 Rutgers 1
McNeese State 0 Stephen F. Austin  5
Mississippi State 0 South Carolina 1
Northwestern State 0 Texas State 2
Oklahoma 2 Iowa State 1
SMU 2 Marshall 1
Texas A&M 6 Drake 0
Texas Tech 1 Kansas 3
Tulsa 1 East Carolina 0
Vanderbilt 0 Georgia 2

FAR WEST:
Arizona 0 California 1
Cal State Northridge 1 Long Beach State 0
Portland  1 San Diego 2
St. Mary's 1 Loyola Marymount 2
UNLV 5 Boise State 0
Utah 1 Oregon State 0
Washington 0 USC 1



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