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NCAA Division I women's scoreboard
August 26th, 2012 9:22PM
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[WEEK 2: Sunday] No. 3 UCLA improved to 3-0-0 with a 2-0 win over No. 24 Illinois Sunday at Drake Stadium on second-half goals by Zakiya Bywaters and Ally Courtnall. After trailing for the first time this season, No. 6 Oklahoma State scored four unanswered goals – two by freshman Madison Mercado – to cruise to a 4-1 win over Creighton, its fourth in four games. For all the Sunday's NCAA Division I women's action ...

EAST. Washington rallied for two goals in the second half to defeat Syracuse, 2-1, and improve its record to 3-0-0, its best start since the 2008 team when it went 7-0-0 to begin the season. Freshman Isabel Farrell scored the game-winning goal in the 77th minute after junior Stine Schoening had evened the score 11 minutes earlier.

-- Georgetown remained perfect at 4-0-0 with a 2-1 win over previously undefeated Hofstra at the JMU/Fairfield Inn by Marriott Invitational Tournament. Kaitlin Brenn scored in the 16th minute, and Daphne Corboz, who had earlier missed a penalty kick, added the second Hoyas' goal on corner kick in the 72nd minute.

-- Rutgers outshot Siena, 26-1, but all the Scarlet Knights could score was an own goal for a 1-0 victory that improved their record to 4-0-0.

EAST SCORES:
#3 Penn State 5 Central Michigan 0
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Central Connecticut 4 New Hampshire 0
Connecticut 3 Maine 0
Georgetown 2 Hofstra 1
Manhattan 2 Delaware State 0
Massachusetts 4 Albany 0
Rutgers 1 Siena 0
St. Bonaventure 1 Buffalo 1
St. John’s 0 Stony Brook 3
Syracuse 1 Washington 2
Vermont 0 Fairfield 1

MIDWEST. Junior Juliana Libertin scored two goals and had an assist, and senior Colleen Williams dished out four assists to lead Dayton to a 5-2 victory over Northwestern.

-- Claire Nicholson came in off the bench and recorded her second career hat trick as Tulsa dominated Nicholls State, 7-0.

MIDWEST SCORES:
#6 Oklahoma State 4 Creighton 1
#14 Wisconsin 4 Loyola, Ill. 0
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Bowling Green State 2 IUPUI 1
Dayton 5 Northwestern 2
DePaul 1 Valparaiso 0
Eastern Michigan 1 Butler 0
Indiana 4 Missouri State 1
Kansas 3 UNLV 0
Milwaukee 2 Miami (Ohio) 4
Notre Dame 5 East Carolina 0
Oklahoma 1 Vanderbilt 1
Ohio 2 Marshall 0
Southeast Missouri State 1 Drake 0
Tulsa 7 Nicholls State 0

SOUTH. Freshman Makenzy Doniak became the first player in Virginia history to score in each of the first four games of a season to lead the No. 8 Cavaliers to a 2-0 victory over UNC Wilmington in front of a season-high 1,129 fans at Kloeckner Stadium. Danielle Colaprico also scored a second-half goal.

 -- Tennessee remained undefeated by wrapping up the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic with a 2-0 victory over VCU on goals by Kylie Bono and CC Cobb. The Lady Vols are off to a 4-0 start for the first time in program history to begin the Brian Pensky's coaching era in Knoxville.

-- Nicolette Radovcic scored on a shot into the far corner of the net for her second goal of the year gave No. 10 UCF a 1-0 overtime win over No. 12 Miami (Fla.).

-- Junior Jessica Fuston matched a career-high with three goals to propel Texas Tech to a 4-0 win over Montana for the Red Raiders' fourth win in four games.

SOUTH SCORES:
#20 Florida 2 #1 Duke 2
West Virginia 1 #2 Stanford 0
#7 Wake Forest 2 Charlotte 0
#8 Virginia 2 UNC Wilmington 0
Saturday: #15 Texas A&M 2 UTSA 0
#19 North Carolina 1 Montreal 0 (exh.)
#22 Virginia Tech 1 Iowa State 0
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Alabama 4 UAB 0
Belmont 1 Appalachian State 2
Clemson 6  Presbyterian  0
Furman 1 Troy 0
Georgia Southern 1 High Point 1
James Madison 2 Temple 0
LSU 1 N.C. State 2
McNeese State 0 Rice 2
Old Dominion 2 Hartford 3
North Texas 2 Houston 1
SE Louisiana 0 Southern Miss 1
SMU 4 Arkansas 0
South Carolina 3 Jacksonville 0
Tennessee 2 VCU 0
Texas 3 Toledo 0
Texas Tech 4 Montana 0
UTEP 3 Army 2
Western Kentucky 2 Northern Kentucky 1
William & Mary 4 Akron 0

WEST. Junior Eileen Maes' header just a minute into the overtime lifted No. 23 Long Beach State past visiting Baylor, 2-1 for its 10 win in a row at George Allen Field.

-- Sophomore Amanda LeCave scored two goals, including the game-winning goal for the second straight contest, to lead No. 17 Pepperdine (3-0-0) to a 3-2 win over Pacific.

WEST SCORES:
California 2 #13 Missouri 3
#17 Pepperdine 3 Pacific 2
#21 Santa Clara 3 UC Riverside 0
#23 Long Beach State 2 Baylor 1
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Cal State Northridge 1 Fresno State 1
Denver 2 LIU 0
Loyola Marymount 2 Houston Baptist 1
Portland State 0 Oregon 1
UC Davis 2 Nevada 1
UC Irvine 1 Auburn 0
USC 1 Minnesota 4



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