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[WEEK 10 RESULTS] Northwestern held Indiana to a 2-2 tie in a Big ten battle of ranked teams. Kentucky knocked off ranked SMU, 2-0, on Sunday. For the weekend results ...

Week 10 Results:
Oct. 30
Seton Hall 1 #2 Connecticut 0.
SHU: Kai Greene 1 (Max Garcia) 20.
Att.: 136.

#4 New Mexico 1 San Jose State 0.
UNM: Levi Rossi 8 (Kyle Venter, Michael Green) 88
Att.: 3,759.

#21 Northwestern 2 #8 Indiana 2.
NU: Lepe Seetane 5 (Oliver Kupe; Peter O'Neill) 37
IU: A.J. Corrado 2 (Alec Purdie) 53
IU: Eriq Zavaleta 9 (Alec Purdie) 67
NU: Oliver Kupe 7 (Reed Losee; Chris Ritter) 85
Att.: 762.

#10 UCLA 1  Oregon State 0.
UCLA: Fernando Monge 1 (Victor Chavez, Andy Rose) 103.
Att.: 3,957.

Kentucky 2 #18 SMU 0.
UK: C.J. Tappel 2 (Sam Brooks) 2
UK: Josh Mulvany 4 (Josh McCrary) 8
Att.: 505.

San Diego State 0  #19 Washington 3.
UW: Jacob Hustedt 4 (Jamie Finch) 40
UW:  Jacob Hustedt 5 (Brent Richards) 76
UW:  Charlie Ranahan 1 (Brent Richards) 87

#23 Charlotte 1 Dayton 0.
CHA: Tyler Gibson 3 (T.J. Beaulieu; Isaac Caughran)
Att.: 1,175.

Oct. 29
#5 Creighton 3 Central Arkansas 0.

CU: Bruno Castro 4 (Tyler Polak) 12
CU: Tyler Polak 1 (Jose Gomez) 47
CU: Jace Peters 1 (Jose Ribas) 84
Att.: 2,180.

#6 Akron 2 Wake Forest 2.

AKR: Thomas Schmitt 5 (Scott Caldwell) 40
WF: Sean Okoli 3 (Ben Newman) 65
AKR: Reinaldo Brenes 1 (Scott Caldwell) 75
WF: Sam Fink 2 (Andy Lubahn) 87
Att.: 2,956.

Memphis 2 #9 UCF 3.
MEM: Mark Sherrod 18 (Parker Duncan) 16
MEM: J.J. Greer 1 (Mark Sherrod, Liam Collins) 25
UCF: Nik Robson 8 (Cameron Cooksey) 31
MEM: Mark Sherrod 19 (Lewis Ellis) 59
UCF: Steven Lamerta 1 (Malcolm Reed) 82
Att.: 515.

Cincinnati 1 #11 St. John's 0.
CIN: Ashani Walker 1 (Cole Denormandie) 24
Att.: 277.

#12 UC Irvine 2 UC Riverside 3.
UCI: Cameron Iwasa 2 (Christopher Santana) 13
UCR: Jose Diaz (Alex Racca, Cesar Diaz Pizarro) 39
UCI: Christian Hernandez 7 (Miguel Ibarra) 68
UCR: Humberto Santiago (Richie Osborne) 79
UCR: Cesar Diaz Pizarro (Richie Osborne) 88
Att.: 700.

Winthrop 0 #13 Coastal Carolina 6.
CC: own goal 21
CC: Pedro Ribeiro 15 (unassisted) 22
CC: Ashton Bennett 17 (Ricky Garbanzo,) 23
CC: Ashton Bennett 18 (Pedro Ribeiro) 46
CC: Cyprian Hedrick 4 (Kjartan Sigurdsson; Ricky Garbanzo) 60
CC Jordan Schmoker 1 (East TeeJay) 70   
Att.: 213.

Northeastern 2 #14 Old Dominion 0.
NU: Josh Semerene (Don Anding; Dante Marini) 57
NU: Josh Semerene (Mike Kenedy) 61

#15 Notre Dame 0 West Virginia 2.
WV: Nick Claudio (Uzi Tayou) 24
WV: own goal 71

#25 Virginia 1 #16 Boston College 2.
BC: Kevin Mejia 1 (Kyle Bekker) 27
BC: Diego Medina-Mendez 6 (Kevin Mejia) 48
UVA: Brian Span 4 (pen.) 70
Att.: 1,676.

Drexel vs. #17 James Madison-postponed.

#20 Georgetown 1 Providence 2.
GU: Andy Riemer 5 (unassisted) 8
PC: Greg Davis 6 (John Raley) 12
PC: Marcos Ugarte 6 (unassisted) 17
Att.: 125.

Villanova 0 #22 Louisville 2.
LOU: Buck Tufty (Nick DeLeon; Brock Granger) 40
LOU: Nick DeLeon (Michael Roman; Colin Rolfe) 62
Att.: 88.

Cal State Fullerton 3 #24 UC Santa Barbara 4.

UCSB: Luis Silva 12 (James Kiffe) 3
UCSB:  Josue Madueno 2 (Luis Silva) 22
UCSB:  Luis Silva 13 (Dom Sarle) 50
CSUF:  Mark Vasquez 1 (unassisted) 51
CSUF: Gerzon Blanco 1 (Oscar Aguero) 69
UCSB:  Fifi Baiden 1 (Luis Silva) 78
CSUF: Oscar Aguero 1 (unassisted) 81
Att.: 654.

Oct. 28
Clemson 2 # 1 Maryland 1.

MD: John Stertzer 13 (Taylor Kemp) 36
CU: Brynjar Benediktsson 7 (pen.) 51
CU: Phanuel Kavita 1 (Keegan Priest; Brynjar Benediktsson) 85
Att.: 1,257.

#3 North Carolina 2 N.C. State 1.
UNC: Matt Hedges 3 (Rob Lovejoy) 32
NCSU: Nader Jaibat 1 (unassisted) 75
UNC: Billy Schuler 12 (Kirk Urso) 93
Att.: 710.

#4 New Mexico 2 Sacramento State 1
UNM: Michael Green 1 (unassisted) 25
UNM: Blake Smith 9 (Matthew Gibbons) 64
Att.: 4,421.

#10 UCLA 1 Washington 0.
UCLA: Joe Sofia 1 (Kelyn Rowe; Andy Rose) 71
Att.: 821.

#23 Charlotte 1 Xavier 0.
CHA: Donnie Smith 5 (T.J. Beaulieu) 100
Att.: 1,448.

Oct. 26
#2 Connecticut 3 Marquette 0.

UCONN: Allando Matheson 4 (Mamadou Diouf, Nickardo Blake) 9
UCONN: Mamadou Diouf 9 (Stephane Diop, Allando Matheson) 20
UCONN: Mamadou Diouf 10 (Stephane Diop, Sean Weir) 55
Att.: 2,975.

#5 Creighton 2 Drake 0.
CU: Ethan Finlay 10 (Jose Ribas) 69
CU: Ethan Finlay 11 (Kris Clark) 78
Att.: 2,236.

#6 Akron 3 Bowling Green 0.
AKR: Darren Mattocks 16 (Zac Portillos, Scott Caldwell) 48
AKR: Thomas Schmitt 4 (Darren Mattocks) 73
AKR: Darren Mattocks 17 (Eric Stevenson) 77
Att.: 2,344.

#7 USF 3 Cincinnati 0.
USF: Dom Dwyer 15 (Ashani Fairclough) 10
USF:  Sebastien Thuriere 2 (Ben Sweat) 57
USF: Dom Dwyer 15 (Wesley Charpie) 58
Att.: 1,498.

Evansville 1 #8 Indiana 2.
IU: Chris Esteridge 3 (Harrison Petts) 39
IU: Nikita Kotlov 5 (Alec Purdie) 57
UE: Nick Schroeder 1 (Aaron Henkle) 58
Att.: 1,020.

#11 St. John's 0 Rutgers 1.
RUT: Ibrahim Kamara 4 (unassisted) 105
Att.: 1,236.

Cal State Northridge 0 #12  UC Irvine 0.
Att.: 623.

#17 James Madison 3 #14 Old Dominion 2.
JMU: Paul Wyatt (unassisted) 33
ODU: Tommy Webb (Alex Vaughan) 56
JMU: Patrick Innes (Paul Wyatt) 71
JMU: Jonathan Barden (Paul Wyatt) 79
ODU: Jason Gaylord (pen.) 81
Att.: 869.

#18 SMU 0 UAB 1.
UAB: Darion Copeland 1 (unassisted) 39
Att.: 523.

Providence 1 #15 Notre Dame 2.
ND: Brendan King 1 (Leon Brown) 10
ND: Harrison Shipp 5 (Greg Klazura) 80
PC: Marc Cintron 2 (John Raley) 90       
Att.: 491.

#20 Georgetown 6 Pittsburgh 2.
GU: Steve Neumann 10 (Jimmy Nealis; Tom Skelly) 13
GU: Tom Skelly 2 (Steve Neumann) 19
PITT: Andy Clifford 1 (Nico Wrobel) 31
PITT: Manny Morgado 2 (Terry Akpua) 66
GU: Steve Neumann 11 (Tom Skelly) 70
GU: Tom Skelly 3 (unassisted) 71
GU:  Ian Christianson 5 (unassisted) 77
GU: Uche Onyeador 1 (Mark Luxama) 88
Att.: 307.

DePaul 0 #22 Louisville 1.
LOU: Alexander Obbey 1 (Paolo DelPiccolo) 90

#24 UC Santa Barbara 3 UC Davis 1.
UCSB: Tim Pontius 2 (Luis Silva) 38
UCSB: Tim Pontius 3 (unassisted) 61
UCD: Dan Reese 1 (Matt Wiesenfarth) 64
UCSB: Luis Silva 11 (Sam Garza) 77
Att.: 2,456.

Oct. 25
South Carolina 0 #3 North Carolina 4.
UNC: Ron Lovejoy 6 (Ben Speas) 29
UNC: Kirk Urso 2 (Mikey Lopez) 37
UNC: Billy Schuler 11 (pen.) 62
UNC: Ben Speas 2 (Billy Schuler) 65
Att.: 1,710.

Stetson 1 #9 UCF 1.
UCF: Nik Robson 4 (pen.) 46
STET: Kai Eckenrode 2 (Ryan Asare-Bediako) 85
Att.: 647.

#25 Virginia 2 American 0.
UVA: Calvin Rezende 1 (unassisted) 26
UVA: Brian Ownby 4 (Chris Somerville) 70
Att.: 907.



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