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[WEEK 9 RESULTS] Florida State picked up its biggest of the season when it defeated ACC rival Boston College, 1-0, on Sunday. In upsets, Maryland fell to Miami, Fla., 2-1, while Florida lost at Mississippi State, 1-0. For all the weekend action ...

Week 9 Results:
Oct. 16
#11 Florida State 1 #4 Boston College 0.

FSU: Dagny Brynjarsdottir 3 (Katie Riley; Tiffany McCarty) 84
Att.: 609.

#7 Memphis 2 Colorado College 1.
MEM: Kelley Gravlin 3 (unassisted) 30
CC: Jessie Ayers 4 (pen.) 35
MEM: Christabel Oduro 8 (Melisa Smith) 62
Att.: 558.

#8 Virginia 3 Clemson 0
UVA: Morgan Brian 5 (Danielle Colaprico, Amanda Fancher) 37
UVA: Gloria Douglas 5 (Lauren Alwine) 57
UVA: Olivia Brannon 2 (unassisted) 71
Att.: 1,405.

#9 North Carolina 0 #6 Wake Forest 0

Miami (Fla.) 2 #10 Maryland 1.
MD: Olivia Wagner 7 (unassisted) 17
MIA: Kate Howarth 8 (Kim Hutchinson) 38
MIA: Kate Howarth 9 (Tara Schwitter) 62
Att.: 337.

Syracuse 0 #13 Marquette 4.
MARQ: Maegan Kelly (Ally Miller) 47
MARQ: Maegan Kelly (Lisa Philbin) 54
MARQ: Ally Miller (Kelly, Maegan) 60
MARQ: Britney Scott (Lindsey Page; Megan Jaskowiak) 77
Att.: 224.

Vanderbilt 0 #14 Tennessee 1.
UT: Tori Bailey 1 (unassisted) 84
Att.: 820.

Mississippi State 1 #15 Florida 0.
MSU: Elisabeth Sullivan (Amy Hoover) 1

Loyola Marymount 0 #16 Pepperdine 2.
PEP: Karissa Garcia (Laura Cole) 24
PEP: Anisa Guajardo (Katie Gallanes) 66

#17 Penn State 4 Iowa 0.
PSU: Maya Hayes 20 (Emily Hurd) 38
PSU: Taylor Schram 9 (Emily Hurd; Kori Chapic) 49
PSU: Maya Hayes 21 (Carly Niness) 59
PSU: Taylor Schram 10  (Jess Rosenbluth; Maya Hayes) 61

Alabama 0 #18 LSU 2.
LSU: Kaley Blades 2 (Danielle Murphy; Alex Arlitt) 41
LSU: Taryne Boudreau (unassisted) 84
Att.: 424.

#19 Santa Clara 5 San Francisco 0.
SCU: Margueritte Aozasa (Meleana Shim) 14
SCU: Julie Johnston (Lauren Matheson; Margueritte Aozasa) 18
SCU: Sophia Huerta (Julie Johnston) 28
SCU: Sophia Huerta (Julie Johnston) 39
SCU: Kathryn McAuliffe (Cate Parchinski) 75
At.: 872.

Connecticut 1 #20 West Virginia 2.
WVU : Frances Silva 6 (Kate Schwindel) 18
UCONN: Riley Houle 3 (Danielle Schulmann; Samantha Kelley) 46
WVU: Blake Miller 7 (Kate Schwindel) 55
Att.: 1,400.

Northeastern 1 #21 William & Mary 3.
W&M: Mallory Schaffer 13 (Cortlyn Bristol) 11
W&M: Mallory Schaffer 14 (Emory Camper; Dani Rutter) 24
W&M: Audrey Barry 2 (Mallory Schaffer) 32
NU: Greta Samuelsdottir 7 (Sandra Magnusdottir) 48
Att.: 115.

Massachusetts 2 #22 La Salle 3.
UM: Tori Sousa 2 (Moa Mattsson) 13
LAS: Gabriella Carbone 2 (Renee Washington) 41
LAS: Kelsey Haycock 12 (Garbiella Carbone) 48
UM: own goal 79
LAS: Renee Washington 9 (Maryam Huseini) 96
Att.: 410.

Houston 0 #23 UCF 0.

#24 Boston Univ. 8 UMBC 0.
BU: Madison Clemens 2 (Tiya Gallegos) 14
BU: Kylie Strom 7 (Tiya Gallegos) 20
BU:  Jessica Luscinski 7 (Katherine Donnelly) 35
BU: Megan McGoldrick 1 (Madison Clemens) 42
BU: Tiya Gallegos 5 (Emma Clark; Brittany Heist) 51
BU: own goal 61
BU: Megan McGoldrick 2 (Ana Cuffia) 72
BU: Alejandra Diaz 1 (Ana Cuffia) 76
Att.: 179.

Oct. 15
Butler 1 #12 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 4
.
UWM: Kelsey Holbert 2 (Laurel Ragalie) 18
UWM: Sarah Hagen 17 (unassisted) 49
UWM: Sarah Hagen 18 (Krissy Krissy) 52
BU: Elise Kotsakis 5 (Claire Milam) 79
UWM: Morgan LaPlant 1 (Vienna Behnke) 88
Att.: 396.

Oct. 14
Arizona State 1 #1 Stanford 3.

STAN: Lindsay Taylor 10 (Chioma Ubogagu) 25
STAN: Chioma Ubogagu 7 (unassisted) 33
STAN: Marjani Hing-Glover 5 (Natalie Griffen) 78
ASU: Nicki Stone 3 (pen.) 88
Att.: 1,169.

#2 Oklahoma State 1 Texas 1.
UT: Kristin Cummins 4 (Taylor Knaack) 4
OSU: Megan Marchesano 5 (Krista Lopez) 57
Att.: 1,394.

#25 Washington State 0 #5 UCLA 0.
Att.: 1,652.

#7 Memphis 3 UTEP 0.
MEM: Christabel Oduro 7 (Kylie Davis) 22
MEM: Rasheeda Ansari 5 (Lizzy Simonin) 58
MEM: Lizzy Simonin 5 (unassisted) 76
Att.: 707.

St. John's 1 #13 Marquette 2.
MAR: Taylor Madigan 6 (Maegan Kelly) 26
MAR: Cara Jacobson 4 (Mady Vicker) 76
STJ: C. McLaughlin 2 (R. Stefansdottir, Deanna Murino) 81
Att.: 405.

Kentucky 1 #14 Tennessee 0.
UK: Natalie Horner 1 (Kelsey Hunyadi) 106
Att.: 487.

Mississippi 0 #15 Florida 2.
UF: Havana Solaun (Jo Dragotta) 34
UF: Havana Solaun (Jazmyne Avant) 77

#17 Penn State 5 Nebraska 4.
PSU:  Maya Hayes 19 (Taylor Schram; Kori Chapic) 3
NEB: Jordan Jackson 7 (Blair Slapper) 23
NEB: Mayme Conroy 1 (unassisted) 43
PSU: Taylor Schram 7 (Maya Hayes) 44
PSU: Emily Hurd 4 (Ali Schaefer) 54
PSU: Taylor Schram 8 (Jess Rosenbluth) 64
NEB: Carolina Gray 1 (Maddie Hanssler, Jordan Jackson) 72
NEB: Maddie Hanssler 2 (Morgan Marlborough) 76
PSU: Whitney Church 1 (Carly Niness; Ali Schaefer) 79
Att.: 787.

Auburn 3 #18 LSU 1.
AU: Ana Cate 8 (Tatiana Coleman; Bianca Sierra) 26
AU: Tori Ball 2 (Tatiana Coleman; Ana Cate) 62
LSU: Natalie Martineau 4 (Carlie Banks; Kale Blades) 76
AU: Katy Frierson 4 (Mary Coffed; Ashley Kotero) 80
Att.: 1,154.

#20 West Virginia 1 Providence 0.
WVU: Frances Silva 5 (Blake Miller, Bry Rodriguez) 58
Att.: 187.

Rice 0 #23 UCF 1.
UCF: Tishia Jewell (Andrea Rodrigues) 71
Att.: 547.

Hofstra 0 #25 William & Mary 1.
W&M: Cortlyn Bristol 6 (unassisted) 78
Att.: 513.

Oct. 13
#9 North Carolina 1 #3 Duke 0.
UNC: Kealia Ohai 5 (Amber Brooks; Courtney Jones) 89
Att.: 4,112.

Miami, Fla. 3 #4 Boston College 2.
UM: Blake Stockton (Tara Schwitter) 7
UM: Fatima Nasser (Kate Howarth) 61
BC: Julia Bouchelle (Gibby Wagner) 73
UM: Jordan Roseboro (Ashley Flinn; Kate Howarth) 75
BC: Victoria DiMartino (Julia Bouchelle) 77
Att.: 458.

N.C. State 0 #8 Virginia 1.
UVA: Morgan Brian 4 (Lauren Alwine) 100
Att.: 389.

#11 Florida State 0 #10 Maryland 3.
MD: Danielle Hubka 4 (Ashley Grove) 6
MD: Becky Kaplan 4 (unassisted) 9
MD: Ashley Grove 4 (Becky Kaplan; Danielle Hubka) 23
Att; 945.

#19 Santa Clara 0 BYU 0.

Stony Brook 0 #24 Boston Univ. 2.
BU: Jamie Turchi 1 (unassisted) 43
BU: Lina Cords 1 (Tiya Gallegos) 51
Att.: 149.



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