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ODU-Maryland declared no contest, No. 2 UConn wins
by Paul Kennedy, September 20th, 2012 4:04AM

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[WEEK 5: Midweek] No. 1 Maryland's game at No. 4 Old Dominion was declared a no contest and postponed due to wet grounds and the severe thunderstorms. The match was called in the 27th minute with the Terps leading, 1-0 on a goal by Patrick Mullins. No make-up date has been set.

-- Mamadou Diouf scored both goals for No. 3 Connecticut as the Huskies defeated Boston College, 2-0, Wednesday night in front of 2,648 fans at Morrone Stadium. The match was originally scheduled to be played on Tuesday night but was moved back a day due to the storms that swept through New England.

-- Dave Arnold scored his first goal of the season in the 108th minute to give Navy a 2-1 victory at No. 24 George Mason, knocking the Patriots from the list of teams with a perfect record. (The Midshipmen's two losses are to teams that are unbeaten and untied: Old Dominion and High Point.)

MIDWEEK TOP 25 RESULTS:
#3 Connecticut 2 Boston College 0
#16 Xavier 2 IPFW 0
Liberty 0 #17 Coastal Carolina 3
#22 N.C. State 0 Campbell 2
#24 George Mason 1 Navy 2
#25 Cornell 5 Binghamton 0
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