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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard
August 30th, 2014 12:44AM
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[ROUNDUP: Friday] Oklahoma knocked off No. 6 Florida, 2-1, on goals by Rachel Ressler and Abby Hodgen to hand the Gators their first loss of the season.

Savannah Jordan, the 2013 Soccer America Freshman of the Year, had the lone goal for Florida in the 72nd minute after it had fallen behind, 2-0.

-- Sydney Braun-McLeod and Katie Hyland scored two unanswered goals to give James Madison a 2-1 comeback win at No. 14 Wake Forest for its third win in three games.

-- After opening with a pair of losses, Duke got untracked with a 2-0 win at No. 18 West Virginia on goals by freshman Imani Dorsey and Toni Payne. The goals were the first of the season for the Blue Devils after being shut out against Ohio State and Stanford.

-- Freshman Sydney Squires scored her third goal this season to lead Minnesota to a 1-0 win over No. 15 Marquette.

--  San Diego hammered No. 25 Michigan, 5-0, at Torero Stadium. Julia Sherwood gave USD the lead in the fourth minute, and it cruised to the big win as Victoria Walker scored twice and Mariah Butera and Hope Fleckner added goals.

Women's Top 25, Results:
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29
#1 UCLA 0 #9 North Carolina 0
Oklahoma State 1 #2 Florida State 2
#3 Virginia 4 Richmond 0
Oklahoma 2 #6 Florida 1
Akron 0 #5 Virginia Tech 3
#7 Texas A&M 3 #17 UCF 0
#8 Penn State 3 Connecticut 1
#10 Notre Dame 1 #12 Texas Tech 2
#11 Wisconsin 5 South Dakota State 0
#13 California 3 LIU 0
#14 Wake Forest 1 James Madison 2
Minnesota 1 #15 Marquette 0
#16 Georgetown 6 NC State 0
#18 West Virginia 0 Duke 2
#20 South Carolina 1 #25 Boston Univ. 0
#22 Santa Clara 1 FIU 0
Tennessee 0 #23 BYU 1
San Diego 5 #24 Michigan 0

Monday, August 24
#14 Wake Forest 1 Wright State 0
#23 BYU 0 Washington State 0

Women's Top 25, Schedule:
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30
#19 Portland vs. #4 Stanford

SUNDAY, AUGUST 31
#1 UCLA vs. San Diego
Oklahoma vs. #2  Florida State
#3 Virginia vs. Villanova
Ohio State vs. #5 Virginia Tech
Oklahoma State vs. #6 Florida
#7 Texas A&M vs. Illinois State
Pepperdine vs. #9 North Carolina
#10 Notre Dame vs. USC
#11 Wisconsin vs. Northern Iowa
#12 Texas Tech vs. Eastern Michigan
Portland State vs. #13 California
Kansas vs. #14 Wake Forest
#15 Marquette vs. Nebraska
Towson vs. #16 Georgetown
TCU vs. #17 UCF
#18 West Virginia vs. Elon
#20 South Carolina vs. Milwaukee
San Diego State vs. #24 Michigan
#25 Boston Univ. vs.  College of Charleston


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