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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 18, 2010
[RANKINGS] There was no change in the top six in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 as Stanford, the only unbeaten team, remained No. 1. North Carolina, Portland, Maryland, Notre Dame and Boston College held steady at 2-3-4-5-6. For the complete Top 25 rankings ... Read the whole story
[OREGON STATE WOMEN] Oregon State did something it has never done before, sweeping UCLA and USC in the same season. The Beavers followed up on their 1-0 win over USC on Friday with a resounding 3-0 victory over UCLA on Sunday afternoon. Read the whole story
[NEW MEXICO-BYU WOMEN] Almost a year after their last meeting made national headlines for all the wrong reasons, New Mexico and BYU faced off again on Saturday night with both teams ranked in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 and the Mountain West lead at stake. The Lobos prevailed, 1-0, ... Read the whole story
[LOUISVILLE-NOTRE DAME MEN] Louisville remained perfect in Big East play when the No. 5 Cardinals beat Notre Dame, 2-0, Saturday night before 3,207 fans in Cardinal Park, the third largest crowd ever for a Louisville men's game. They are 5-0-0 in conference play and remained unbeaten overall at 10-0-2. Read the whole story
[RESULTS] No. 10 UCLA beat No. 11 California, 1-0, Sunday on Kelyn Rowe's golden goal from 25 yards to move into a share of the Pac-10 lead with the Golden Bears. On Saturday, No. 1 Akron, No. 5 Louisville and No. 8 Butler all won to remain unbeaten. For all ... Read the whole story
[RESULTS] Stanford, North Carolina and Portland, the top three ranked women's teams, all won on Sunday. No. 25 Virginia Tech (3-0 loss to Duke) and No. 25 Siena (1-0 loss to Niagara) both lost. For all the Top 25 action ... Read the whole story



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