Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard

[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Senior Sarah Killion tied a UCLA record with three assists in the game to lead the No. 1 Bruins to a 4-1 win over Loyola Marymount and finish non-conference play with a 8-0-1 record. Jessica Puchalski's goal gave Rutgers a 1-0 win over No. 21 Michigan in Big Ten play. San Diego is only 3-4-2 on the season, but all three wins have come against Top 25 teams. The latest: a 2-0 blanking of No. 21 Oklahoma.

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scored her team-leading seventh goal, Zoey Goralski scored his first collegiate goal, and Taylor Smith and Rosie White added goals for the Bruins, who will enter Pac-12 play on Friday at Arizona State.
 
"I think all-around, we played well," said UCLA coach Amanda Cromwell. "We got a lot of players in the game, which was important to us because we know down the line there are some players who aren't starters that need to have confidence when they get in there."

-- Jessica Puchalski's goal in the 64th minute gave Rutgers (6-1-0) a 1-0 win over No. 21 Michigan in Big Ten play. On Friday, the Scarlet Knights had topped previously ranked Michigan State, 1-0.

“Michigan State and Michigan are two quality teams," said Rutgers head coach Mike O’Neill. “For us to come out of this weekend with two wins speaks volumes to the work they put in. It was a big weekend for the girls and a big weekend for the university.”

-- San Diego is only 3-4-2 on the season, but it knocked off its second consecutive ranked opponent, and third this season, with a 2-0 blanking of No. 21 Oklahoma at Torero Stadium. Mariah Butera gave the Toreros the lead in the 41st minute, and Jacey Birtcher put the game away with a goal on a counterattack in the 85th minute.

-- Two days after suffering its first loss of the 2014 season, No. 14 Kansas got back to its winning ways with a 4-0 win over  St. Mary's Gaels. Courtney Dickerson and Hannah Lukinac each tallied their first goals of the year less than 10 minutes apart in the first half, while Ashley Williams and Liana Salazar added goals of their own in the second half.

-- No. 25 Georgia used three second-half goals – including two for sophomore Marion Crowder – to earn a 3-1 come-from-behind victory over Vanderbilt, its fifth win in a row.

-- Texas Tech goalkeeper Lauren Watson finished with a career-high eight saves to lead No. 7 Texas Tech to a 1-0 victory over Memphis for the Red Raiders' ninth win in nine games.

Women's Top 25, Results:
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
#1 UCLA 4 Loyola Marymount 1
#4 Stanford 2 Cal Poly 0
Boston College 0 #6 Florida State 2
Memphis 0 #7 Texas Tech 1
#15 USC 1 #11 Pepperdine 2
#14 Kansas 4 St. Mary's 0
#20 San Diego State 3 Idaho State 0
Rutgers 1 #21 Michigan 0
Auburn 1 #23 South Carolina 2
San Diego 2 #24 Oklahoma 0
#25 Georgia 3 Vanderbilt 1

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

#2 Virginia 3 Miami (Fla.) 1
#12 Notre Dame 1 #10 North Carolina 2
Minnesota 0 #16 Iowa 1
#17 Wisconsin 3 Nebraska 0

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Texas 0 #1 UCLA 1
#3 Virginia Tech 2 #19 Clemson 0
#4 Stanford 3 Santa Clara 0
Alabama 1 #5 Florida 2
Tulsa 1 #7 Texas Tech 3
#9 California 3 Pacific 0
#10 Penn State 5 Ohio State 1
#11 Pepperdine 2 Boise State 0
Marquette 1 #14 Kansas 0
#15 USC 9 Arkansas Pine Bluff 0
San Diego 2 #20 San Diego State 0
Maryland 0 #21 Michigan 1
Cal State Northridge 0 #22 Arizona State 2
UC Irvine 2 #24 Oklahoma 1

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Connecticut 2 #6 Florida State 3
#13 Texas A&M 3 Tennessee 0
#18 DePaul 3 Cincinnati 1

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
#2 Virginia 5 Old Dominion 0
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