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October 15th, 2011 12:52AM
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[WEEK 8 RESULTS] No. 7 New Mexico remained unbeaten with a 1-0 win over Air Force Sunday before 4,781 fans in Albuquerque. No. 25 CSU Bakersfield lost for the first time when it fell to San Jose State, 2-1. For the weekend action ...

Week 8 Results:
Oct. 16
#7 New Mexico 1 Air Force 0.
UNM: Lance Rozeboom 2 (pen.) 28
Att.: 4,781.

#19 Charlotte 1 Duquesne 0.
CHA: Guiseppe Gentile 7 (Aaron Weldon) 89
Att.: 1,139.

#10 UCLA 2 #22 San Diego State 0.
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 10 (Kelyn Rowe) 70
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 11 (Victor Munoz) 70
Att.: 800.

#25 CSU Bakersfield 1 San Jose State 2.
SJSU: Craig Hertler 2 (Robert Castaneda) 7
CSUB: Lucas Dall-Orso 2 (unassisted) 11
SJSU: Steve Sanchez 4 (Diego Ochoa) 47
Att.: 206.

Siena 1 #25 Iona 0.
SIEN: Daniel Alderstad 1 (unassisted) 102.
Att.: 127.

Oct. 15
#1 Connecticut 1 Pittsburgh 0.
UCONN: Allando Matheson 3 (unassisted) 61
Att.: 4,995.

#4 Creighton 3 #8 UC Irvine 1.
CRE: Ethan Finlay 7 (Bruno Castro; Jose Gomez) 5
CRE: Ethan Finlay 8 (Bruno Castro; Jose Gomez) 62
CRE: Jimmy Turner 2 (Christopher Santana) 63
CRE: Ethan Finlay 9 (Jose Ribas) 88
Att.: 3,761.

#5 Akron 2 Hartwick 0.
AKR: Thomas Schmitt 3 (Aodhan Quinn) 67
AKR: Darren Mattocks 12 (Reinaldo Brenes) 86
Att.: 2,708.

UAB 1 #6  UCF 0.

UAB: Babayele Sodade 8 (unassisted) 66
Att.: 593.

#14 St. John's 1 #9 Louisville 0.
STJ: Pablo Barruro Punyed  3 (Jack Bennett) 50
Att.: 1,689.

Syracuse 2 #11 USF 3.
SYR: Louis Clark (Nick Roydhouse) 18
SYR: Louis Clark (Ted Cribley) 27
USF: Dom Dwyer (unassisted) 78
USF: Roberto Alterio (Dom Dwyer) 89
USF: Dom Dwyer (Morten Benestad) 94
Att.: 397.

Georgetown 0 #13  Notre Dame 3.
ND: Danny O’Leary (Leon Brown, Dillon Powers) 21
ND: Michael Rose (Ryan Finley) 60
ND: Ryan Finley (Aaron Maund) 75

Michigan 1 #15 Indiana 4.
MICH: Tyler Arnone 2 (Kofi Opare; Matthew Rickard) 23
IND: Eriq Zavaleta 6 (unassisted) 56
IND: Alec Purdie 7 (Harrison Petts) 63
IND: Nikita Kotlov 2 (Tommy Meyer; Matt McKain) 78
IND: Eriq Zavaleta 7 (Harrison Petts) 86
Att.: 892.

#17 James Madison 2 George Mason 1.
JMU: Patrick Innes 10 (pen.) 51
GMU: Derek Markheim 1 (Timmy Mulgrew) 76
JMU: Jimmy Simpson 2 (Paul Wyatt) 82
Att.: 969.

UNC Asheville 0 #20 Coastal Carolina 3.
CC: Ashton Bennett 13 (unassisted) 1
CC: Pedro Ribeiro 4 (unassisted) 78
CC: Ashton Bennett 14 (Henrik Robstad) 87
Att.: 321.

Towson 2 #21 Old Dominion 4.
ODU: Chris Harmon (pen.) 16
ODU: Yannick Smith (Gideon Asante) 25
ODU: Tim Hopkinson (Gideon Asante; Chris Harmon) 33
TU: Anthon Okodua (Phil Martinelli) 50
TU: Phil Martinelli (Anthony Okodua) 57
ODU: Tim Hopkinson (Alex DeJohn) 82

Marquette 2 #24 West Virginia 1.
MU: Dennis Holowaty (Bryan Ciesiulka; C. Nortey) 28
WVU: Uwem Etuk 2 (Shadow Sebele) 46
MU: Sebastian Jansson 2 (Kelmend Islami; Calum Mallace) 79
Att.: 502.

Oct. 14
#2 North Carolina 4 College of Charleston 2
COC: Eric Fornell 2 (Robbie Benson) 17
UNC: Matt Hedges 2 (Ben Speas) 22
UNC: Martin Murphy 1 (Jordan Gafa; Rob Lovejoy) 26
COC: Troy Peterson 6 (Tony Kattreh) 32
UNC: Billy Schuler 10 (Mikey Lopez) 57
UNC: Enzo Martinez 7 (unassisted) 73
Att.: 516.

#3 Maryland 4 #23 Duke 2.

DUKE: Sean Davis 1 (Chris Tweed-Kent) 13
MD: Sunny Jane 1 (Casey Townsend) 15
MD: John Stertzer 10 (pen.) 55
MD:  John Stertzer 11 (Sunny Jane; Widner Saint Cyr) 65
MD: Patrick Mullins 6 (Casey Townsend) 85
DUKE: Andrew Morales 1 (unassisted) 90
Att.: 7,957.

#7 New Mexico 6 Denver 0.
UNM: Lance Rozeboom 1 (pen.) 42
UNM: Carson Baldinger 2 (Blake Smith) 49
UNM: Giovanni Rollie 4 (unassisted) 73
UNM: Blake Smith 7 (Devon Sandoval) 77
UNM: Devon Sandoval 7 (unassisted) 79
UNM: James Rodgers 3 (Patrick Pacheco) 87
Att.: 2,961.

Cal Poly 2 #12 UC Santa Barbara 1.
UCSB: Sam Garza 5 (Dom Sarle) 12
CP: Cameron Walters 1 (Kyle Montgomery) 79
CP: Patrick Sigler 2 (unassisted) 90
Att.: 11,075.

Clemson 2 #16 Boston College 0.
CLEM: Amadou Dia 3 (Bryniar Benediktsson; Iain Smith) 27
CLEM: Iain Smith 1 (Cody Mizell) 90
Att.: 1,212.

Wake Forest 4 #18 Virginia 3.
WF: Danny Wenzel 2 (pen.) 32
WF: Ross Tomaselli 1 (Teddy Mullin) 45
WF: Sam Fink 1 (Teddy Mullin) 52
VA: Will Bates 11 (Hunter Jumper) 67
VA: Will Bates 12 (pen.) 68
WF: Andy Lubahn 3 (Sean Okoli) 88
VA: Will Bates 13 (Felipe Libreros) 90
Att.: 2,998.

#19 Charlotte 5 St. Bonaventure 1.
CHA: Giuseppe Gentile 3 (Evan James) 1
CHA: Giuseppe Gentile 4 (Evan James, Tyler Gibson) 9
CHA: Charles Rodriguez 1 (Owen Darby) 18
CHA: Giuseppe Gentile 5 (Aisan Kirkbride) 49
CHA: Donnie Smith 4 (Evan James) 65
Att.: 1,283.

#25 CSU Bakersfield 4 Sacramento State 0.
CSUB:  Kory Kindle 3 (Jesus Sanchez; Lucas Dall'Orso) 27
CSUB: Ernesto Hinojosa 2 (pen.) 28
CSUB: Gyasi Zardes 14 (Kory Kindle; Jesus Sanchez) 41
CSUB: Andrew Devlin 1 (Evan Fassler) 90
Att.: 746.

Marist 1 #25 Iona 2
IONA: Ignacio Maganto (Franklin Castellanos) 27
IONA: Ignacio Maganto (Ansger Otto) 35
MAR: Matt Wendelken (Anthony Rozmus) 63
Att. 405.

Oct. 12
#1 Connecticut 2 Providence 1
Missouri State 1 #4 Creighton 0
#5 Akron 1 Penn State 0
UC Riverside 1 #8 UC Irvine 5
#9 Louisville 4 Cincinnati 0
#11 South Florida 2 DePaul 0
Marquette 1 #13 Notre Dame 0
Syracuse 1 #14 St. John's 2
Butler 0 #15 Indiana 1
VCU 2 #17 James Madison 1
High Point 0 #20 Coastal Carolina 2
William & Mary 0 #21 Old Dominion 3
Pittsburgh 0 #24 West Virginia 2

Oct. 11
#3 Maryland 2 Adelphi 0
FIU 0 #6 UCF 0
#12 UC Santa Barbara 6 Cal State Fullerton 0
#16 Boston College 2 Harvard 0
#18 Virginia 2 Navy 0

Soccer America Men's Top 25

[RANKINGS] North Carolina moved up two spots to No. 1, behind top-ranked in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. The rest of the top five was reshuffled as Maryland fell to No. 3, Creighton moved to No. 4 and Akron dropped two spots to No. 5. For the complete rankings ...

Soccer America Men's Top 25
TEAM (2011 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Connecticut (11-0-1) 1
2. North Carolina (10-1-1) 4
3. Maryland (11-1-1) 2
4. Creighton (10-1-0) 5
5. Akron (8-1-2) 3
6. UCF (8-1-1) 6
7. New Mexico (9-0-2) 7
8. UC Irvine (11-2-0) 9
9. Louisville (7-3-1) 12
10. UCLA (9-3-1) 13
11. USF (7-2-2) 14
12. UC Santa Barbara (8-3-1) 15
13. Notre Dame (5-2-4) 11
14. St. John's (7-3-2) 8
15. Indiana (6-3-2) 10
16. Boston College (8-3-0) 20
17. James Madison (8-1-1) 21
18. Virginia (7-4-0) 23
19. Charlotte (8-2-1) 16
20. Coastal Carolina (9-2-0) 24
21. Old Dominion (7-2-0) 25
22. San Diego State (8-2-2) 18
23. Duke (7-4-1) NR
24. West Virginia (6-4-1) NR
25. CSU Bakersfield (7-0-4) NR
25. Iona (11-1-0) NR

Note: Records though Sunday's games.

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