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FGCU runs shutout streak to nine games
October 22nd, 2011 3:41AM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY] FGCU extended its shutout streak to nine games when it beat Lipscomb, 1-0, on senior Olivia Elias' goal in the 63rd minute.

The Eagles improved to 12-3-2 overall and 7-0-1 in the Atlantic Sun, where their unbeaten streak is 21 games. With a victory or tie against Belmont on Sunday, FGCU can clinch its second straight A-Sun regular-season championship.
 
-- Stephen F. Austin extended its winning streak to 10 games, one away from the school record set in 1995, with a 4-0 victory over Southeastern Louisiana. The Ladyjacks, who have not allowed a goal in 728 consecutive minutes, had a 27-1 edge in shots over Southeastern Louisiana, which entered the game with the nation's second best offense. Kylie Louw led SFA with one goal and two assists, all off corner kicks.

-- Georgetown set a school record for regular-season wins when the Hoyas hammered Villanova, 6-0.
The Hoyas got two goals apiece from Camille Trujillo and Daphne Corboz.

-- Hayley Hughes scored the lone goal and goalkeeper Kayla Millar made six saves to lift Colorado to a 1-0 win at California, its first win since joining the Pac-12.

-- Samford used goals from Brittany Hoffman and Michelle Moll to defeat Davidson, 2-0, and extend its winning streak to five matches. The Bulldogs also remained undefeated in Southern Conference play at 7-0-2.

EAST:
American 1 Holy Cross 1
Bucknell 1 Lehigh 0
Colgate 2 Lafayette 0
Fairfield 0 Loyola, Md. 0
Georgetown 6 Villanova 0
Iona 1 Rider 1
Marist 3 Niagara 0
Massachusetts 1 Duquesne 0
Monmouth 1 Quinnipiac 2
Mount St. Mary's 1 Central Conn. State 0
Navy 3 Army 2
Rhode Island 1 St. Bonaventure 2
Robert Morris 3 Fairleigh Dickinson 1
Rutgers 2 Seton Hall 2
Siena 1 Canisius 1
St. Francis (Pa.) 3 Bryant 0
St. John's 2 Syracuse (0
Towson 1 Drexel 0
Wagner 0 Sacred Heart 1

MIDWEST:
Bowling Green 0 Western Michigan 2
Central Michigan 1 Toledo 0
Dayton 1 St. Joseph's 0
Eastern Michigan 5 Ball State 1
IPFW 2 Southern Utah 1
Iowa State 1 Texas Tech 0
Kent State 2 Akron 0
Miami, Ohio 3 Northern Illinois 0
Michigan 0 Ohio State 1
Minnesota 3 Indiana 1
Missouri 3 Kansas 2
Notre Dame 5 DePaul 1
Oakland 6 Oral Roberts 0
Ohio 1 Buffalo 1
SE Missouri 1 UT Martin 2
Saint Louis 2 Fordham 0
South Dakota 0 South Dakota State 2
UMKC 1 North Dakota State 1
Wisconsin 5 Purdue 1
Xavier 1 Temple 0

CENTRAL:
Alabama A&M 0 Alabama State 1
Austin Peay 2 SIU-Edwardsville 0
Belmont 1 Stetson 0
Chattanooga 1 Georgia Southern 2
East Carolina 3 Rice 1
East Tennessee State 1 Kennesaw State 1
Furman 2 College of Charleston 2
George Mason 2 Delaware 0
Georgia State 0 Hofstra 2
Jackson State 2 Alcorn State 1
Jacksonville 2  North Florida 1
Lipscomb 0 FGCU 1
Longwood 1 Eastern Kentucky 1
Marshall 1 Houston 2
Murray State 3 Eastern Illinois 0
Northwestern State 1 Central Arkansas 1
Prairie View A&M 0 Arkansas Pine Bluff 3
Sam Houston State 1 Nicholls State 0
Samford 2 Davidson 0
Southern 0 Mississippi Valley 1
Stephen F. Austin 4 Southeastern Louisiana 0
Texas A&M 3 Oklahoma 0
Texas Southern 5  Grambling State 2
Texas State 2 McNeese State 1
UCF 1 UAB 0
UNC Wilmington 3 Northeastern 0
USC Upstate 0 Mercer 3
UT San Antonio 1 Lamar 1
UTEP 1 Tulsa 1
VCU 4 Old Dominion 1
Western Carolina 0 UNC Greensboro 2
Wofford 2 The Citadel 2

WEST:
Air Force 0 UNLV 1
Boise State 2 TCU 1
California 0 Colorado 1
Colorado College 1 SMU 0
Eastern Washington 1 Northern Colorado 1
Fresno State 2 Louisiana Tech 0
Idaho 0 Utah State 3
Long Beach State 1 UC Riverside 0
Montana 1 Northern Arizona 0
Oregon 1 Washington 1
Pacific 2 UC Santa Barbara 1
San Diego 2 St. Mary's 1
San Jose State 2 New Mexico State 1
USC 2 Arizona State 1
Wyoming 0 San Diego State 1



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