Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard

[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Icelandic international Dagny Brynjarsdottir's goal in the 87th minute carried No. 2 Florida State to a 2-1 win over Virginia Tech in a game that saw all three goals scored in the last eight minutes.
Senior Marta Bakowska-Mathews opened the scoring for FSU in the 82nd minute, putting away a pass from Brynjarsdottir, but the Hokies  answered right back 32 seconds later on a free kick from 19 yards by Kallie Peurifoy.
The goal snapped FSU’s scoreless minute streak at 589 minutes -- the third longest streak in school history. It also marked the first goal allowed by the Seminoles in ACC play this year.

Women's Top 25 Schedule:
#2 Florida State 2 #13 Virginia Tech 1
#23 USC vs. #3 Stanford
#5 Virginia 6 NC State 0
#6 North Carolina 2 Pittsburgh 1
Pacific 0 #8 Pepperdine 5
#11 Notre Dame 5 Miami (Fla.) 0
Northwestern 0 #14 Wisconsin 2
#18 Georgetown 4 Marquette 0
#19 Washington State vs. #20 Arizona State
#25 Oklahoma 1 TCU 1

-- No. 5 Virginia scored six goals for the second consecutive game, downing NC State, 6-0, running its school-record home win streak to 28 games. Kaili Torres had a goal and three assists to lead the Cavalier attack. Brittany Ratcliffe scored twice to post the fifth multi-goal game of her career. Danielle Colaprico had a goal and two assists for the second straight game and Makenzy Doniak added a goal and an assist. Meghan Cox also scored for the Cavaliers.

-- Sophomore Emily Bruder came off the bench to score her first two career goals as No. 6 North Carolina spotted Pittsburgh an early goal and came back to win, 2-1, at soggy Fetzer Field. The Tar Heels, who were once 1-2-1 this season, have now won eight matches in a row to improve to 9-2-1 overall and 6-0-0 in the ACC.  Carolina remains tied atop the ACC standings with Florida State.

-- No. 11 Notre Dame for goals from five different players in a 5-0 ACC victory over Miami (Fla.) The Fighting Irish, who held a commanding 31-4 shot advantage, needed only 45 seconds to take the lead on a goal by English freshman Karin Muya.

Women's Top 25 Results:
#7 Penn State 0 #10 Rutgers 1
#9 DePaul 2 Creighton 0

No. 9 DePaul remained one of only two unbeaten teams in the country thanks to a 2-0 win over Creighton in Big East play on Saturday. A first-half goal by Elise Wyatt and a second-half insurance goal off the head of Amber Paul were the difference for the Blue Demons, who are 12-0-2. No. 1 UCLA is the only other unbeaten team in the Division I ranks.

-- No. 10 Rutgers handed No. 7 Penn State its first Big Ten loss in eight games with a 1-0 decision in University Park. Madison Tiernan scored the game-winning goal came in the 28th minute on just one of two shots the Scarlet Knights put on frame. The Nittany Lions' best chance for an equalizer came when  U.S. U-20 international  Mallory Weber sent a shot off the crossbar.

Women's Top 25 Results:
#4 Florida 5 Mississippi State 1
St. Mary's 0 #8 Pepperdine 0
Vanderbilt 2 #12 Texas A&M 6
#14 West Virginia 4 #24 Texas Tech 2
Texas 0 #15 Kansas 1
USF 0 #17 UCF 3
#19 Washington State 1 Arizona 4
Washington 2 #20 Arizona State 1
#23 USC 1 #21 California 2
#25 Oklahoma vs. Baylor (postponed)

After falling behind after less than two minutes, No. 4 Florida came to life and scored five unanswered goals to beat Mississippi State, 5-1. Savannah Jordan, the 2013 Soccer America Freshman of the Year, scored the first two goals and Tessa Andujar, Brooke Sharp and Betsy Middleton added goals.

-- No. 12 Texas A&M scored a season-high six goals in a 6-2 win at Vanderbilt. Annie Kunz led the Aggies with two goals, while Bianca Brinson chipped in with a career-high three assists. Kelley Monogue and Allie Bailey each had one goal and two assists.

-- Despite finishing with 10 players after a red card to Amandine Pierre-Louis, No. 14 West Virginia beat No. 24 Texas Tech, 4-2. The Mountaineers got goals from Maggie Bedillion, Ashley Lawrence, Cari Price and Michaela Abam as Texas Tech fell to 0-3-1 in the Big 12.

-- Becca Schoales' goal in the 83rd minute gave Washington a 2-1 win over No. 20 Arizona State in Seattle, ending the Sun Devils' 10-game unbeaten streak. ASU had led on Tommi Goodman's goal in the 12th minute, but the Huskies equalized on a goal by Katie Bennett in the 25th minute.

-- No. 21 California got unanswered goals from Grace Leer on a blast from 23 yards and Arielle Ship in the second half to beat No. 23 USC, 2-1, on the road. Freshman Sydney Johnson had connected on her first career goal in the 64th minute for the Trojans.

-- Unranked Arizona improved to 3-1-0 in the Pac-12 with a 4-1 victory at No. 19 Washington State, its first win over the Cougars since 2004. A rocket from Alexandra Doller started the Wildcats on the comeback trail in the 25th minute. Charlotte Brascia and Doller scored a minute apart to make it 3-1 for Arizona in the 34th minute, and Mykaylin Rosenquist completed the scoring.

Women's Top 25 Results:
#1 UCLA 2 #3 Stanford 1
#2 Florida State 2 Syracuse 0
#5 Virginia 6 Boston College 3
#6 North Carolina 2 Wake Forest 0
Pittsburgh 0 #11 Notre Dame 2
Miami (Fla.) 0 #13 Virginia Tech 2

A golazo by Ally Courtnall and goal from Annie Alvarado fed brilliantly by Sam Mewis in the last 14 minutes gave No. 1 UCLA a 2-1 win over No. 3 Stanford in Westwood in a battle of undefeated teams and Pac-12 powers.

-- No. 2 Florida State got first-half goals from Berglind Thorvaldsdottir and Marta Bakowska-Mathews to roll to a 2-0 victory over Syracuse in front of a crowd of 1,767. The Seminoles recorded their eighth straight victory and extended their shutout streak to 507 minutes -- the third longest streak in school history.

-- No. 5 Virginia extended its home win streak to 27 matches with a 6-3 victory over Boston College in front of 1,745 fans at Kloeckner Stadium. Makenzy Doniak had two goals and an assist to lead the Cavalier offense, while senior Danielle Colaprico had a goal and two assists. Alexis Shaffer and Morgan Reuther each had a goal and an assist and Emily Sonnett also scored for the Cavs.

-- No. 6 North Carolina won its seventh game in a row with a 3-0 win over Wake Forest. Cameron Castleberry led Carolina offensively with a goal and an assist, while  Paige Nielsen scored the game-winning goal, and Sarah Ashley Firstenberg scored in her second straight game for the Tar Heels, who are off to their best start in the ACC since 2008.

Women's Top 25 Results:
#14 Wisconsin 0 Iowa 0

No. 14 Wisconsin was held to a 0-0 tie by Iowa in their Big Ten match. Wisconsin's Molly Laufenberg had the game's best chance, firing a shot that deflected off the crossbar. Badger keeper Genevieve Richard added to her Big Ten lead with her seventh shutout after holding the Hawkeyes scoreless for 110 minutes.
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