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August 31st, 2014 8:40PM
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[ROUNDUP: Sunday] U.S. international Sam Mewis and Kodi Lavrusky scored second-half goals to lead No. 1 UCLA to a 2-0 win over San Diego for its fourth straight shutout. Icelandic international Dagny Brynjarsdottir's first-half goal gave No. 2 Florida State a 1-0 win at Oklahoma on Sunday afternoon. No. 10 Notre Dame, No. 14 Wake Forest and No. 15 Marquette all lost.

-- Makenzy Doniak scored twice and Brittany Ratcliffe, Kaili Torres and freshman Veronica Latsko also scored as No. 3 Virginia capped a season-opening homestand with a 5-0 victory over Villanova for the Cavaliers' third consecutive shutout victory to open the season.

-- USC came back from a goal down to beat No. 10 Notre Dame, 2-1, on second-half goals by Savannah Levin and Reilly Parker before 1,755 fans on the final day of the Notre Dame Invitational.

-- Ali Kimura and Liana Salazar each cored twice as Kansas improved to 4-0-0 with a 4-1 win over No. 14 Wake Forest.

-- Paige Strahan knocked in her seventh career game-winning goal in the 93rd minute as No. 12 Texas Tech remained undefeated at 3-0-0 with a 2-1 overtime victory over Eastern Michigan.

Women's Top 25, Results:
SUNDAY, AUGUST 31
#1 UCLA 2 San Diego 0
Oklahoma 0 #2  Florida State 1
#3 Virginia 5 Villanova 0
Ohio State 1 #5 Virginia Tech 3
Oklahoma State 0 #6 Florida 4
#7 Texas A&M 4 Illinois State 1
Pepperdine 1 #9 North Carolina 0
#10 Notre Dame 1 USC 2
#11 Wisconsin 3 Northern Iowa 0
#12 Texas Tech 2 Eastern Michigan 1
Portland State 0 #13 California 5
Kansas 1 #14 Wake Forest 4
#15 Marquette 2 Nebraska 3
Towson 0 #16 Georgetown 5
TCU 0 #17 UCF 2
#18 West Virginia 2 Elon 0
#20 South Carolina 2 Milwaukee 0
San Diego State 3 #24 Michigan 0
#25 Boston Univ. 1 College of Charleston 0

SATURDAY, AUGUST 30
#19 Portland 0 #4 Stanford 1

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 25
#14 Wake Forest 1 Wright State 0
#23 BYU 0 Washington State 0


1 comment
  1. Jim Riley
    commented on: September 1, 2014 at 4:17 a.m.
    Are you sure that Stanford lost? Someone's face should be cardinal!

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