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October 22nd, 2011 12:49AM
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[WEEK 9 RESULTS] No. 5 New Mexico remained unbeaten with a 2-0 win at CSU Bakersfield. In other Sunday action, No. 14 Charlotte was upset by Fordham, 1-0, and No. 23 Wisconsin lost to Northwestern by the same score. For all the weekend action ...

Week 9 Results:
Oct. 23
CSU Bakersfield 0 #5 New Mexico 2.
UNM: Carson Baldinger 4 (Michael Green) 42
UNM: Blake Smith 8 (unassisted) 68
Att.: 549.

#10 Indiana 2 Michigan State 2.

IND: Nikita Kotlov 4 (A.J. Corrado) 32
IND: Jacob Bushue 2 (Eriq Zavaleta) 50
MSU: Stephen Lucianek 1 (Kyle Rutz) 55
MSU: Adam Montague 4 (Ryan Keener) 59
Att.: 1,604.

Fordham 1 #14 Charlotte 0.
FOR: John Niyonsaba 1 (Michael Valencia) 73
Att.: 186.

Georgia State 0 #20 James Madison 1.
JMU: Jimmy Simpson 3 (Jamal Umar) 69
Att.: 322.

Northwestern 1 #23 Wisconsin 0.
NU: Nick Gendron 2 (Layth Masri; Reed Losee) 6

Oct. 22
#1 Connecticut 0 Georgetown 0.

Att.: 5,100.

SIU-Edwardsville 0 #6 Creighton 1.
CRE: Brent Kallman 1 (Bruno Castro; Jose Ribas) 36
Att.: 2,167.

#7 UCLA 2 Cal State Northridge 3.
CSUN: Christian Gonzalez 3 (Thomas Ramos) 34
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 12 (Fernando Monge, Eder Arreola) 39
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 13 (Andy Rose, Eder Arreola) 44
CSUN: Brian Behrad 3 (Jose Luis Garcia; Joe Franco) 83
CSUN: Edwin Rivas 5 (Jose Luis Garcia) 87
Att.: 919.

#8 USF 2 Villanova 1.
VU: Kevin Garcia (Oscar Umar) 18
USF: Dom Dwyer 14 (Ben Sweat) 51
USF: Brenton Griffiths 2 (Ashani Fairclough; Morten Benestad) 72
Att.: 1,567.

#9 St. John's 4 DePaul 2.
DPU: David Selvaggi 7 (pen.) 3
STJ: Pablo Battuto Punyed (unassisted) 25
DPU: John Jandl 1 (Michael Stankiewicz) 39
STJ: Ido Ligety 2 (J.A. Aguiar Dorante) 55
STJ: Bjorn de Hoop 1 (pen.) 66
STJ: Walter Hines 4 (J.A. Aguiar Dorante) 81
Att.: 1,703.

#11 UCF 2 Tulsa 1.
TUL: Quinn Starker 1 (Corey Albertson) 8
UCF: Nik Robson 5 (unassisted) 66
UCF: Nik Robson 6 (Matthew Gaskins; Spencer Scott) 71
Att.: 404.

#12 UC Irvine 1 Cal State Fullerton 0.
UCI: Cameron Iwasa 1 (Miguel Ibarra, Marco Franco) 94
Att.: 789.

#13 Louisville 1 Rutgers 1.
LOU: Andrew Farrell 1 (Paolo DelPiccolo) 31
RU: Juan Pablo Correa 5 (Dragan Namouski, Ibrahim Kamara) 53
Att.: 3,057.

#15 UC Santa Barbara 2 UC Riverside 3.
UCR: Richie Osborne 2 (Azeez Atanda) 27
UCSB: Luis Silva 10 (pen.) 31
UCR: Jon-Paul Medina 1 (Joseph O'Connor) 63
UCSB: Sam Garza 6 (Luis Silva) 66
UCR: Cesar Diaz Pizarro 7 (pen.) 72
Att.: 4,972.

#17 Old Dominion 4 Hofstra 1.
ODU: Yannick Smith (Tim Hopkinson) 35
ODU: Chris Harmon (Tim Hopkinson; Alex Vaughan) 49
ODU: Alex Vaughan (Yannick Smith) 72
HU: Heidar Emilsson (Mostafa Haridi) 83
ODU: Gideon Asante (Tim Hopkinson) 85
Att.: 510.

Pittsburgh 1 #18 Notre Dame 3.
ND: own goal 33
ND: Harrison Shipp 3 (Aaron Maund, Brendan King) 44
ND: Harrison Shipp 4 (Dillon Powers) 48
UP: Dan Prete 1 (Andy Clifford) 90
Att.: 835.

#19 Boston College 2 Duke 1.
DU: Chris Tweed-Kent 7 (Nick Palodichuk) 19
BC: Diego Medina-Mendez 5 (unassisted) 77
BC: Charlie Rugg 7 (Kyle Bekker) 107
Att.: 1,223.

#25 Cornell 1 Brown 1.
COR: Stephen Reisert (Peter Chodas) 47
BRO: Ben Maurey (Jay Hayward) 49
Att.: 981.
                                                            
Oct. 21
#2 North Carolina 1 #3 Maryland 1.
MD: John Stertzer 12 (unassisted) 51
UNC: Enzo Martinez 8 (pen.) 61
Att.: 1,175.

Buffalo 2 #4 Akron 5.
UB: Richard Craven 3 (Patrick Ryan) 49
AKR: Darren Mattocks 13 (Luke Holmes) 60
UB: Andy Tiedt 5 (pen.) 63
AKR: Darren Mattocks 14 (Reinaldo Brenes) 64
AKR: Luke Holmes (unassisted) 66
AKR: Scott Caldwell (Darren Mattocks, Reinaldo Brenes) 71
AKR: Darren Mattocks 15 (Aodhan Quinn) 78
Att.: 316.

Seattle 1 #5 New Mexico 2.
UNM: Kyle Venter 4 (Blake Smith) 5
SEA: own goal 51
UNM: Carson Baldinger 3 (Blake Smith) 75
Att.: 249.

La Salle 2 #14 Charlotte 1.
CHA: T.J. Beaulieu (Tyler Gibson) 42
LAS: Jason Plumhoff 58
LAS: Jidell Roach (Andrew Lill) 72
CHA: Isaac Caughran (Donnie Smith) 88
Att.: 1,134.

#16 Coastal Carolina 4 VMI 1.
CC: Hedrick, Cyprian Hedrick 3 (Ashton Bennett) 29
CC: Ashton Bennett 16 (Ricky Garbanzo) 63
VMI: Ayao Sossou 1 (pen.) 83
CC: Noah Anthony 1 (Ashton Bennett) 88
CC: own goal 89.
Att.: 425.

Virginia Tech 0 #21 Virginia 0.
Att.: 1,306.

#22 SMU 1 Missouri State 0.
Diogo de Almeida 4 (Ian Kalis) 60
Att.: 246.

#24 Washington 2 Stanford 1.
UW: Jacob Hustedt 3 (Jamie Finch) 12
STAN: Taylor Amman 1 (unassisted)  21
UW: Abdual Aman 2 (Brent Richards) 41
Att.: 784.

Oct. 19
Bradley 0 #6 Creighton 1.
CRE: Andrew Ribeiro 3 (Jose Gomez) 35
Att.: 375.

Villanova 3 #9 St. John's 1.
VU: Kyle Soroka 3 (Kyle McCarthy; Oscar Umar) 3
VU: Dylan Renna 3 (Aaron Dennis) 25
STJ: own goal 32
VU: Kyle Soroka 4 (Dylan Renna) 52
Att.: 177.

#10 Indiana 2 Kentucky 0.
IU: Eriq Zavaleta 8 (pen.) 56
IU: Nikita Kotlov 3 (unassisted) 82
Att.: 920.

#12 UC Irvine 1 UC Davis 2.
UCD: Matt Sheldon 1 (Alex Aguiar; Dan Reese) 72
UCI:  Edwin Rivas 4 (Chris Smith; Yarden Azula) 79
UCD: Matt Sheldon 2 (Alex Aguiar) 94
Att.: 682.

#17 Old Dominion 3 Georgia State 2.
ODU: Yannick Smith (Ivan Militar) 31
ODU: Gideon Asante (Alex DeJohn) 79
GSU: Stephen McGill (pen.) 87
GSU: Ayokunle Lumpkin (Stephen McGill, Michael Nwiloh) 89
ODU: Tim Hopkinson (Gideon Asante) 93

William & Mary 0 #20  James Madison 1.
JMU: Boyd Reid 3 (unassisted) 50

Wisconsin-Green Bay 2 #23 Wisconsin 0.
GB: Alonso Flores 3 (Stuart Grable) 9
GB: Kirby Allen 4 (William Donovan) 77
Att.: 250.

Oct. 18
West Virginia 2 #1 Connecticut 0
Michigan 1 #4 Akron 0
#13 Louisville 1 #8 South Florida 3
Wofford 1 #16 Coastal Carolina 2
Boston Univ. 0 #19 Boston College 1
#21 Virginia 2 Howard 0

Oct. 17
Davidson 1 #2 North Carolina 0


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

Note: Records though Sunday's games.

Soccer America's Top 25 rankings will appear each Monday during the regular season.

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