Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard

[ROUNDUP: Friday] Just how tough the Pac-12 will be this season was evident as No. 1 UCLA and No. 4 Stanford both had to settle for 1-1 draws at Arizona State and Utah, respectively, on Friday in their conference openers. No. 7 Texas Tech suffered its first setback of the 2014 season when Olivia Brook delivered a golden goal, her sixth goal of the season, to give Texas a 1-0 win over the Red Raiders. The result left No. 2 Virginia as the only unbeaten and untied team heading into the Cavs' match at No. 6 Florida State on Sunday.

No. 1 UCLA trailed for the first time this season but came back to tie No. 19 Arizona State, 1-1, in Tempe. Cali Farquharson gave ASU the lead in the 49th minute, but UCLA senior Rosie White tied it up in the 67th minute with her fifth goal of the season.

No. 4 Stanford allowed a goal for the first time this season, and it earned unbeaten Utah a 1-1 draw in the Pac-12 opener for both teams. The result extended the Utes' best start ever.

-- No. 6 Texas Tech suffered its first setback of the 2014 season when Olivia Brook delivered a golden goal, her sixth goal of the season, to give Texas a 1-0 win over the Red Raiders before 1,472 fans at Mike A. Myers Stadium. It was also the first loss for Tech against a Big 12 foe in the regular season in almost two years. The result left No. 2 Virginia as the only unbeaten and untied team heading into the Cavs' match at No. 6 Florida State on Sunday.

– A goal in each half from Lauren Silver and U.S. U-20 Savannah Jordan gave No. 5 Florida a 2-1 win over No. 21 Georgia Friday evening in front of a crowd of 2,244.

-- In another SEC match, Lauren Selaiden put Missouri ahead on the half hour mark, and the goal held up for a 1-0 Mizzou win over No. 20 South Carolina.

-- No. 24 Illinois won its fourth straight game with a 4-1 road victory over Ohio State. Senior Jannelle Flaws scored twice to become the first-ever Illini with multiple goals in four consecutive contests and increased her Big Ten-leading total to 13 goals.

Women's Top 25 Results:
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
#19 Arizona State 1 #1 UCLA 1
Utah 1 #4 Stanford 1
#5 Florida 2 #21 Georgia 1
Texas 1 #7 Texas Tech 0
#10 Penn State 4 Northwestern 1
LSU 1 #12 Texas A&M 4
Indiana 0 #14 Wisconsin 1
Arizona 0 #18 USC 3
#20 South Carolina 0 Missouri 1
Baylor 0 #22 Kansas 1
Ohio State 1 #24 Illinois 4
TCU 0 #25 West Virginia 0

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
#2 Virginia 5 Wake Forest 0
#3 Virginia Tech 0 #16 Notre Dame 2
#6 Florida State 6 Louisville 0
#23 Clemson 1 #8 North Carolina 2
Cal State Fullerton 0  #11 Pepperdine 1
#13 Iowa vs. Maryland
#15 DePaul 3 Georgetown 3
Nebraska 1  #17 Rutgers 1

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
#10 Penn State 7 Bucknell 0

Women's Top 25 Schedule:
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
Colorado vs. #9 California

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
#6 Florida State vs. #2 Virginia
#3 Virginia Tech vs. Duke
#5 Florida vs. Missouri
#7 Texas Tech  vs. UC Riverside
NC State vs. #8 North Carolina
#10 Penn State vs. #24 Illinois
Mississippi vs. #12 Texas A&M
#13 Iowa vs. #17 Rutgers
Purdue vs. #14 Wisconsin
#15 DePaul vs. Providence
Wake Forest vs. #16 Notre Dame
#20 South Carolina vs. #21 Georgia
TCU vs. #22 Kansas
Boston College vs. #23 Clemson
Texas vs. #25 West Virginia
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