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[WEEK 10 RESULTS] Virginia Tech’s Kelly Conheeney scored in the 50th minutes to give the Hokies a 1-0 win over then-No. 7 North Carolina. It marked the second straight trip to Blacksburg for the Tar Heels when they finished on the wrong end of a 1-0 score against an unranked Virginia Tech team. The win moved the Hokies, winners of four of their last five matches, into the Top 25 at No. 25. Other Top 25 teams to fall to unranked teams on Sunday included Milwaukee (3-1 at Illinois State), William & Mary (1-0 at VCU), Florida (1-0 to LSU) and Washington State (1-0 at Oregon). For all the weekend action ...

Week 10 Results:
Oct. 23
#1 Stanford 4 Colorado 1.
STAN: Marjani Hing-Glover 6 (unassisted) 11
STAN: Lindsay Taylor 13 (Chioma Ubogagu) 14
STAN: Lindsay Taylor 14 (Annie Case) 63
CU: Kate Russell 4 (pen.) 74
STAN: Sydney Payne 5 (Taylor McCann) 80
Att.: 1,592.

Texas A&M 0 #2 Oklahoma State 0.
Att.: 2,405.

#3 UCLA 2 Arizona State 0.
UCLA: Chelsea Stewart 2 (Sam Mewis) 28
UCLA: Jenna Richmond 1 (Chelsea Stewart) 35
Att.: 1,177.

Clemson 0 #4 Wake Forest 4.
WFU: Rachel Nuzzolese 7 (India Winford) 57
WFU: Rachel Nuzzolese 8 (Kristen Meier) 69
WFU: Amanda Howell 1 (Kim Marshall) 75
WFU: Kristen Meier 1 (Annick McBryar) 81
Att.: 312.

UCF 0 #5 Memphis 3.
MEM: Christabel Oduro (Kylie Davis) 49
MEM: Natalia Gomez-Junco (unassisted) 72
MEM: Christabel Oduro (Melissa Smith) 86
Att.: 327.

Virginia Tech 1 #7 North Carolina 0.
VT: Kelly Conheeney 10 (Jazmine Reeves) 50
Att.: 1,432.

#8 Duke 3 #14 Maryland 1.
MD: Lydia Hastings (unassisted) 6
DUKE: Kelly Cobb 9 (Kaitlyn Kerr) 50
DUKE: Kim DeCesare 2 (Mollie Pathman; Alex Straton) 54
DUKE: Mollie Pathman 4 (Kelly Cobb; Natasha Anasi) 65
Att.: 972.

Illinois State 3 #9 Milwaukee 1.
ILS: Anna Stinson 5 (Kyla Cross) 7
UWM: Krissy Dorre 2 (unassisted) 9
ILS: Rachel Tejada 17 (Aimee Wronski) 62
ILS: Jessica Carlson 5 (pen.) 85
Att.: 245.

St. Mary's 1 #11 Pepperdine 2.
PEP: Laura Cole 5 (Lynn Williams) 17
PEP: Amanda LeCave 1 (Anisa Guajardo) 35
SMC: Jordan Marada 9 (Christina Tognetti)  86
Att.: 519.

Michigan 0 #12 Penn State 4.
PSU: Schram, Taylor Schram 11 (Jackie Molinda) 22
PSU: Maya Hayes 24 (Ali Schaefer) 45
PSU: Maya Hayes 25 (unassisted) 60
PSU: Ali Schaefer 4 (unassisted) 80
Att.: 721.

#13 Boston College 1 N.C. State 0.
BC: Stephanie Wirth 1 (Gibby Wagner; Kristen Mewis) 15
Att.: 878.

#15 Florida State 4 Miami (Fla.) 2.
FSU: Janice Cayman 4 (Tiffany McCarty; Kassey Kallman) 2
MIA: Kate Howarth 10 (pen.) 56
MIA: Ashley Flinn 3 (unassisted) 63
FSU: Tori Huster 5 (Tiana Brockway) 73
FSU: Ines Jaurena 3 (unassisted) 76
FSU: Tiffany McCarty 13 (Jamia Fields) 88
Att.: 945.

Gonzaga 1 #16 Santa Clara 4.
SCU: Meleana Shim 3 (pen.) 4
SCU: Bridgett Miller 2 (unassisted) 23
GON:  Emma Dolcetti 5 (Cricket Harber) 26
SCU: Cate Parchinski 3 (Sarah Jackson) 42
SCU: Allie Vernon 1 (unassisted) 51
Att.: 503.

VCU 1 #18 William & Mary 0.
VCU: Courtney Conrad 5 (Taryn Cressy; Carly Edgcomb) 32
Att.: 229.

Saint Louis 0 #19 La Salle 4.
LAS: Renee Washington 10 (Ashley Chilcoat) 6
LAS: Kierstyn Mabey 1 (Courtney Niemiec) 11
LAS: Kelsey Haycock 15 (Renee Washington) 62
LAS: own goal 74
Att.: 196.

#20 Tennessee 2 #22 Auburn 0.
TN: Amy Harrison 3 (Caroline Brown; Emily Dowd) 3
TN: Chelsea Hatcher 4 (unassisted) 55
Att.: 1,389.

#21 Florida 0 LSU 1.
LSU: Taryne Boudreau (Natalie Martineau) 33
Att.: 1,789.

Cal State Northridge 0 #23 UC Irvine 4.
UCI: own goal 3
UCI: Natalie Ledezma 9 (Dana Sanderlin) 11
UCI: Natalie Ledezma 10 (Sarah Devine) 66
UCI: Natalie Ledezma 11 (CoCo Goodson) 77
Att.: 249.

#24 Boston Univ. 3 Hartford 0.
BU: Taylor Krebs 6 (Brittany Heist) 31
BU: Jessica Luscinski 8 (Brittany Hiest) 77
BU: Krista Minto 2 (Jessica Luscinski) 80
Att.: 531.

Oregon 1 #25 Washington State 0.
ORE: Achijah Berry 1 (Mo Fitzgerald) 25
Att.: 443.

Oct. 22
#10 Marquette 2 USF 0.
MAR: Taylor Madigan 7 (Lindsey Page) 25
MAR: Kate Reigle 4 (Cara Jacobson) 68
Att.: 347.

Oct. 21
#1 Stanford 4 Arizona 0.

STAN: Lindsay Taylor 11 (Teresa Noyola; Chioma Ubogagu) 4
STAN: Chioma Ubogagu 8 (Mariah Nogueira) 16
STAN: Lindsay Taylor 12 (Chioma Ubogagu; Nina Watkins) 62
STAN: Nina Watkins 1 (Marjani Hing-Glover) 66
Att.: 1,382.

Baylor 0 #2 Oklahoma State 1.
OSU: Kristen Kelley 2 (unassisted) 5
Att.: 1,008.

#3 UCLA 6 Arizona 1.
UCLA: Zakiya Bywaters 3 (unassisted) 8
UCLA: Sydney Leroux 8 (Jenna Richmond) 10
UCLA: Sydney Leroux 9 (Sam Mewis; Jenna Richmond)  12
UCLA: Sydney Leroux 10 (Sam Mewis) 21
UA: Jazmin Ponce 1 (unassisted) 35
UCLA: Ally Courtnall 4 (Rosie White; Sam Mewis) 82
UCLA: Kyle McCarthy 3 (Chelsea Cline) 89
Att.: 635.

Southern Mississippi 0 #5 Memphis 3.
MEM: Melissa Smith (Rasheeda Ansari) 9
MEM: Christabel  Oduro (Melissa Smith) 17
MEM: Kelley Gravlin (unassisted) 55
Att.: 215.

#11 Pepperdine 1 Gonzaga 0.
PEP: Ally Holtz 2 (unassisted) 77

Michigan State 1 #12 Penn State 3.
MSU: Laura Heyboer 17 (Olivia Stander) 37
PSU: Maya Hayes 22  (Taylor Schram) 61
PSU: Maya Hayes 23 (Christine Nairn) 73
PSU: Maddy Evans 2 (Emma Thomson; Kori Chapic)
Att.: 611.

Portland 1 #16 Santa Clara 2.
SCU: Julie Johnston 9 (Margueritte Aozasa) 5
UP: Micaela Capelle 4 (Taylor Brooke) 63
SCU: Bridgett Miller 1 (Sophia Huerta) 85
Att.: 2,810.

Pittsburgh 0 #17 West Virginia 1.
WVU: Kate Schwindel 5 (Bri Rodriguez) 50
Att.: 644.

James Madison 1 #18 William & Mary 3.
W&M: Erin Liberatore 5 (Cortlyn Bristol) 12
W&M: Emory Camper 7 (Dani Rutter) 42
W&M: Diana Weigel 2 (unassisted) 84
JMU: Dana O'Brien (Kelly Germain; Lauren Wilson) 88
Att.: 491.

Charlotte 1 #19 La Salle 2.
LSA: Kelsey Haycock 13 (Kierstyn Mabey; Leigh Gray) 25
CHA: Carrie Dail 2 (Jessica Ryan) 60
LSA: Kelsey Haycock 14 (Maryam Huseini) 87
Att.: 992.

Oregon State 2 #25 Washington State 1
OSU: Ashley Folsom 2 (Jacy Drobney) 7
OSU: Chelsea Buckland 7 (Justyne Freud) 34
WSU: Jocelyn Jeffers 6 (pen.) 73
Att.: 936.

Oct. 20
#4 Wake Forest 0 #8 Duke 2.
DUKE: Laura Weinberg 6 (Chelsea Canepa) 72
DUKE: Laura Weinberg 7 (Mollie Pathman) 81
Att.: 2,117.

#6 Virginia 4 Virginia Tech 0. Highlights
UVA: Caroline Miller 13 (Erica Hollenberg; Morgan Brian) 13
UVA: Julia Roberts 5 (unassisted) 31
UVA: Morgan Brian 6 (Amanda Fancher; Julia Roberts) 54
UVA: Caroline Miller 14 (Erica Hollenberg; Molly Menchel) 61
Att.: 1,988.

#13 Boston College 0 #7 North Carolina 1.
UNC: Kealia Ohai 6 (Rachel Wood; Caitlin Ball) 68
Att.: 2,000.

Loyola, Ill. 0 #9 Milwaukee 3.
UWM: Kelsey Holbert 3 (Sarah Hagen) 6
UWM: Sarah Hagen 19 (pen.) 8
UWM: Keara Thompson 4 (Demi Price) 45
Att.: 37.

Alabama 1 #20 Tennessee 0.
UA: Pia Rijsdijk 4 (unassisted) 14
Att.: 398.

Arkansas 1 #21 Florida 2.
UA: Allie Chandler (unassisted) 4
UF: Brooke Thigpen (Jo Dragotta) 80
UF: Havana Solaun (Lindsay Thompson) 92

#22 Auburn 0 Georgia 0.
Att.: 1,089.



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