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NCAA Division I women's scoreboard
August 25th, 2012 3:02AM

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[WEEK 2: Friday] No. 7 Wake Forest had a 23-3 edge in shots and 15-0 advantage on corner kicks, but the Demon Deacons fell to UNC Greensboro, 1-0, on Friday in their 2012 home opener. The Spartans caught the Deacons on a counterattack in the 35th minute when . Cat Barnekow served a cross that Chesney White finished with her head at the back post. For the Friday action around the country ...

EAST. No. 16 Boston College came back from one-goal deficits three times before winning, 4-3, at Connecticut on Mckenzie Meehan's second goal of the game in the 85th minute.

-- Dana Costello scored her first career hat trick to propel Monmouth to a 4-3 victory over St. Peter's. The Hawks trailed 1-0 and 3-2 before prevailing for Coach Krissy Turner's 150th career win at Monmouth.

-- Canadian Olympian Jonelle Filigno scored two more goals to lead Rutgers in a 2-1 victory over Bucknell, its third in three games.

-- Paloma Perez and Kaylie Davidson each scored two goals and one assist to lead Navy to a 6-0 win over USC Upstate.

EAST SCORES:
#3 Penn State 2 #2 Stanford 3
Connecticut 3 #16 Boston College 4
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Colgate 0 Washington 3
Georgetown 1 James Madison 0
Hofstra 3 Temple 1
Lehigh 0 Seton Hall 2
Monmouth 4 St. Peter's 3
Mount St. Mary’s 1 Towson 4
Navy 6 USC Upstate 0
New Hampshire 2 Fairfield 0
Rutgers 2 Bucknell 1
St. John's 2 Air Force 1
Syracuse 1 Albany 1
Vermont 2 Central Connecticut 0

MIDWEST. Central Michigan stunned West Virginia, 2-0, at the Penn State Invitational. Laura Twidle chipped WVU goalkeeper Sara Keane in the second minute to put the Chippewas ahead and Morgan Wilcoxon added to the lead two minutes before the end of the half.

-- Elizabeth Tucker scored two goals in the opening 19 minutes and freshman goalkeeper Elyse Hight made five saves in her return to her home state as Notre Dame picked up its first win of 2012 with a 2-0 victory over Tulsa before a record women's crowd of 1,707 fans at Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium.

-- Freshman Ashley Campbell scored off Juliana Libertin's corner kick with 40 seconds left in overtime to lift Dayton over Boston University, 2-1, Thursday night before a record crowd of 2,763 fans at the Flyers' Baujan Field.

MIDWEST SCORES:
#6 Oklahoma State 3 Vanderbilt 0
Nebraska 2 #22 Virginia Tech 3
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Central Michigan 2 West Virginia 0
Creighton 1 Utah State 1
Thursday: Dayton 2 Boston Univ. 1
DePaul 3 Ohio 0
Evansville 0 Saint Louis 2
Indiana 0 USF 3
IUPUI 1 Cleveland State 5
Miami (Ohio) 1 Northwestern 2
Oklahoma 3 Nicholls State 1
SIU-Edwardsville 1 Drake 0
South Dakota State 0 UNLV 0
Tulsa 0 Notre Dame 2
Xavier 0 Western Kentucky 3
Valparaiso 1 Kent State 1

SOUTH. Sophomore Katie Walz's golden goal gave No. 18 Louisville a 4-3 comeback win over visiting Purdue. Mexican international Charyln Corral had three assists in her second game for the Cardinals.

-- Whitney Raven's goal with less than 40 seconds remaining gave Georgia State a 2-1 win at Kennesaw State in a match that drew a record crowd of 2,683 fans at KSU Stadium.
 
-- LSU drew a record crowd of 2,624 fans at the LSU Soccer Stadium for its 1-1 draw with Rice. Sophomore Kaley Blades scored the equalizer for the Tigers in the 74th minute.

SOUTH SCORES:
#1 Duke 5 Montreal 1 (exh.)
#10 UCF 0 #5 Florida State 1
#7 Wake Forest 0 UNC Greensboro 1
#12 Miami (Fla.) 4 Morehead State 0
#18 Louisville 4 Purdue 3
#19 North Carolina 0 #20 Florida 0
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Alabama 2 Samford 1
Belmont 1 Union 0
Campbell 1 Francis Marion 1
Charlotte 1 Western Carolina 0
Detroit 3 Marygrove 0
Furman 1 Clemson 0
High Point 1 Tennessee Tech 1
Kentucky 2 Eastern Kentucky 1
Longwood 1 Richmond 2
LSU 1 Rice 1
Kennesaw State 1 Georgia State 2
Middle Tennessee 10 Alabama A&M 0
TCU 1 Montana 0
Texas 0 N.C. State 1
Texas State 1 Army 2
VCU 1 Akron 2

WEST. Despite being outshot, 16-3, for the game, No. 21 Santa Clara hung on for a 1-0 win Thursday night at California thanks to Sarah Jackson's goal in the 16th minute. Freshman goalkeeper Andy Tostanoski bounced back from a 6-1 loss to Stanford to collect her first career shutout while picking up nine saves, seven in the second half.

-- No. 11 Portland drew a capacity crowd of 4,912 fans at Merlo Field for its 2-0 win over Oregon. Micaela Capelle put the Pilots ahead 150 seconds into the game and a late own goal sealed the victory.

-- Baylor got goals from Kat Ludlow and Dana Larsen to rally for a 2-1 win at Cal State Northridge and improve its record to 3-0-0. The Matadors had led on an own goal by Taylor Heatherly.

WEST SCORES:
Fresno State 0 #4 UCLA 2
#11 Portland 2 Oregon 0
#17 Pepperdine 2 Auburn 1
Thursday: California 0 #21 Santa Clara 1
UC Santa Barbara 0 #24 Illinois 1
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Cal State Northridge 1 Baylor 2
Denver 1 Wright State 1
Oregon State 2 Portland State 1
San Diego 3 Minnesota 2
UC Irvine 0 Loyola Marymount 2
UC Riverside 0 Houston Baptist 1
USC 4 St. Mary's 1
Washington State 6 Boise State 0



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