Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard

[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Freshman Jordan Jones scored on a header in the 73rd minute to give Oregon State a 1-1 draw with No. 1 Washington.

Washington had scored first in the 64th minute when Henry Wingo fired a shot from the top of the box that took a deflection on its way into the net.

Both teams finished with 10 men as Husky midfielder Cristian Roldan was shown a red card in the 58th minute, and Beaver defender Jalen Markey was sent off in the 106th.

-- Maryland won for only the second time in five games since it moved to the Big Ten with a 4-0 win over No. 3 Penn State. The Terrapins went ahead in the first half on a pair of goals by Mael Corboz, Alex Shinsky put away a rebound off the crossbar in the 53rd minute, and Tsubasa Endoh completed the scoring with a shot from 15 yards.

-- Zach Batteer's goal in the 57th minute gave No. 9 Stanford a 1-1 draw with No. 3 UCLA. The Cardinal dominated the game but had to come from behind after Aaron Simmons put the Bruins ahead in the 49th minute.

-- Indiana goalkeeper Colin Webb made a diving stop to deny Kyle Culbertson’s second penalty shot of the afternoon and preserve the No. 5 Hoosiers a 2-1 win over Ohio State. Remi Hollinger-Janzen and Jay McIntosh scored for IU.

-- Freshman Paul Salcedo's goal in the 81st minute gave No. 17 California a 4-3 win over San Diego State, rescuing the Golden Bears, who had blown a 3-1 lead at the half. Cal also got goals from Stefano Bonomo, Omid Jalali and Matt Chasman.

Men's Top 25 Schedule:
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12
Oregon State 1 #1 Washington 1
Maryland 4 #2 Penn State 0
#9 Stanford 1 #3 UCLA 1
Ohio State 1 #5 Indiana 2
#7 New Mexico 2 Missouri State 0
#25 George Mason 3 #8 Saint Louis 2
#17 California 4 San Diego State 3

Men's Top 25 Results:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11
#4 Creighton 2 Butler 1
DePaul 0 #7 Georgetown 2
#12 Charlotte 4 FIU 3
#13 Marquette 2 St. John's 0
#14 Virginia 1 Duke 0
#18 UC Irvine 2 Sacramento State 0
James Madison 1 #23 UNC Wilmington 1
Mercer 3 #24 Furman 0

German Timo Pitter scored both goals for No. 4 Creighton to give the Bluejays a 2-1 win over Butler that improved their record to 10-1-1 and 3-0-0 in the Big East. Butler’s Caleb Postlewait cut the lead to 2-1 in the 82nd minute, but the Bluejays held on for their third straight one-goal victory of the season.

-- No. 7 Georgetown got goals from Keegan Rosenberry in the 72nd minute and Brandon Allen six minutes later with his ninth goal of the season on a penalty kick to beat DePaul, 2-0, in Chicago. The win improved the Hoyas' record to 7-1-4.

-- No. 12 Charlotte came back from 3-0 down after 33 minutes to score four unanswered second-half goals by four different players and defeat FIU, 4-3, for a school-record tying ninth straight victory. Kyle Parker converted the penalty kick in the 52nd minute for his sixth goal of the season and then added assists on goals by Monbo Bokar and Harrison Steadman. Luke Waechter completed the comeback with the 49ers' fourth goal in 18 minutes on a header off Max Rodriguez’s free kick.

-- No. 14 Virginia recorded its fourth straight win with a 1-0 victory over Duke on senior Eric Bird's goal in the 13th minute. The Cavaliers have now have held their opponents scoreless for the last 350 minutes.

Men's Top 25 Results:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10
#17 California 3 #3 UCLA 2
#6 Notre Dame 3 #16 Louisville 2
#19 Davidson 0 #8 Saint Louis 0
#10 Syracuse 3 Wake Forest 1
#11 North Carolina 5 Virginia Tech 0
Dayton 1 #25 George Mason 1

Christian Thierjung’s golden goal gave No. 17 California a 3-2 win over No. 3 UCLA. Cal led on goals by Stefano Bonomo and Paul Salcedo, but the Bruins rallied with a two-goal flurry in the final four minutes for UCLA, including a 90th-minute equalizer by Javan Torre that sent the match into overtime.

-- Patrick Hodan’s golden goal in the 98th minute lifted No. 6 Notre Dame to a 3-2 overtime victory over No. 16 Louisville in ACC play. Notre Dame held leads of 1-0 and 2-1, but the Cardinals tallied their second equalizer of the night on a goal by Will Vitalis in the 88th minute to send the match to overtime.

Men's Top 25 Results:
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9
#9 Stanford 2 San Diego State 0
#18 UC Irvine vs. UC Davis

Zach Batteer scored his first of the season and Brandon Vincent added a goal in his third straight game as No. 9 Stanford dispatched San Diego State, 2-0, at Cagan Stadium on Thursday night.

Stanford held the Aztecs to season-low five shots. The Cardinal (8-2-0) is off to its best start since 2002, the last time the program advanced to the Men's College Cup.

-- Eduardo Calzada's sixth goal of the season midway through the first half was enough for No. 18 UC Irvine to held off visiting UC Davis, 1-0. The loss was the first for the Aggies (4-1-7) in 12 games.

Men's Top 25 Results:
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8
Florida Atlantic 0 #15 New Mexico 2
Northern Illinois 0 #20 Northwestern 2
#22 Delaware 0 James Madison 1
#23 UNC Wilmington 2 College of Charleston 0

No. 20 Delaware dropped its second consecutive home game, falling to James Madison, 1-0, on Joe Vyner's header in the 83rd minute in a CAA match. On Tuesday, No. 5 Indiana won at No. 16 Louisville, 3-0, and Michigan knocked off No. 6 Notre Dame, 3-2.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7
Drake 0 #4 Creighton 1
#16 Louisville 0 #5 Indiana 3
Michigan 3 #6 Notre Dame 2
#10 Syracuse 2 Albany 1
#11 North Carolina 3 Campbell 0
Clemson 0 #12 Charlotte  1
#24 Furman 0 Wofford 2
#25 George Mason 0 #14 Virginia 1
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