A goal in each half from Michaela Dooley
and Stuart Pope
gave Kentucky a 2-0 win over No. 4 Florida in front of 1,172 at the Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex. It was the second consecutive SEC loss
for the Gators, who fell, 3-2, at South Carolina on Thursday. Women's Top 25 Results: SUNDAY, OCTOBER
Kentucky 2 #4 Florida 0 Louisville 1 #5 Virginia 2
Duke 0 #6 North Carolina 3 #7 Rutgers 0 Northwestern 1
Marquette 2 #8 DePaul 3 Michigan State 1 #10 Penn State 2
#12 Texas A&M 3
Mississippi State 0 #15 Kansas 0 #20 West Virginia 2
#16 Georgia 2 LSU 0 Connecticut 1 #17 UCF 0
Creighton 0 #18 Georgetown 1 #21 San Diego State 0 Boise State 2
#25 Michigan 2 Ohio State 2
DePaul remained unbeaten (13-0-3) when it topped Marquette, 3-2, in overtime on freshman Alexa Ben
's golden goal to snap Marquette's 27-game Big East home
winning streak. Ben set up Amber Paul
’s goal with her ninth assist of the season -- one shy of equaling the program’s single-season record -- and
drew a penalty for the second Blue Demon goal scored by Elise Wyatt
from the spot.
-- Makenzy Doniak
sophomore Tina Iordanou
scored to give No. 3 Virginia a 2-1 win at Louisville. The Cavaliers controlled the early part of the match before the Cardinals took
the lead in the 19th minute with a goal against the run of play from Alison Price
-- No. 7 Rutgers suffered just its second loss in 14 games when
it fell, 1-0, to visiting Northwestern on Addie Steiner
's goal in the 98th minute. It came three minutes after Erica
's penalty kick skipped off the post to keep the game at 0-0.
-- For the second straight game, sophomore Emily Bruder
two goals to lead No. North Carolina to a 3-0 win over archrival Duke. Freshman Alex Kimball
added her first career goal for the Tar Heels, who remained
unbeaten in the ACC with a 7-0-0 mark.
-- No. 10 Penn State overcame a one-goal deficit thanks to goals from Kori Chapic
and Elizabeth Ball
to top Michigan State, 2-1, and remain in first place in the Big Ten with a 9-1-0 record. Megan Marsack
Michigan State ahead in the 19th minute.
-- No. 17 UCF saw its unbeaten conference streak snapped at 25 games as it fell at Connecticut, 1-0, on Julie Hubbard
's goal. The Knights had come into the match with a 10-game winning streak.
-- No. 21 San Diego State had its eight-game winning streak snapped as Boise State
stunned the Aztecs with a 2-0 victory at SDSU Sports Deck. Kelli Drobney
split two defenders to beat SDSU goalkeeper Melanie
in the seventh minute to give the Broncos a 1-0 lead. KT Clayton
added an insurance goal with four minutes to play for Boise State. Women's Top 25 Results: SATURDAY, OCTOBER
Pittsburgh 0 #2 Florida State 3 #9 Pepperdine 1 San Diego 2
Syracuse 0 #11 Notre Dame 2 Minnesota 1 #13 Wisconsin 4
#14 Virginia Tech 0 Wake Forest 1
#24 Clemson 2 Miami (Fla.) 0
No. 2 Florida State remained perfect in the ACC at 7-0-0 with a 3-0
win at Pitt. Dagny Brynjarsdottir
scored on a header in the first half, and FSU got goals by Cheyna Williams
and Kacy Scarpa
as it outshot Pitt, 31-0, on the afternoon.
-- No. 9 Pepperdine fell at home to San Diego, 2-1, on Jacquelin
's goal in the 75th minute. Victoria Walker
got the scoring started, putting USD on the board in the third minute. Rylee Baisden
found the answer for Pepperdine, scoring on a breakaway in the 32nd minute. The Waves, who finished with a 23-6 edge in shots, had plenty of shots in the second period, but
USD keeper Michelle Craf
t consistently came up with big saves for the visiting Toreros
-- Wake Forest snapped its five-game winless streak by
upsetting No. 14 Virginia Tech, 1-0, in Blacksburg on Kim Marshall
's second goal of the season in the 73rd minute with a chip shot from 35 yards. Marshall was
playing just her fourth game at center forward after spending her first three and a half seasons as a defender.
-- No. 11 Notre Dame got second-half goals from Cari Roccaro
and Kaleigh Olmsted
for a 2-0 win at Syracuse. The Fighting Irish are now 6-0-1 in away matches this season and have not allowed a
goal on the road in the past 630 minutes.
-- Cara Walls
scored twice, while Kylie Schwarz
and Kodee Williams
each found the net as No. 13 Wisconsin rode an offensive explosion that included three goals within nine minutes of the second half to beat Minnesota,
4-1, at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium. Women's Top 25 Results:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17
#1 UCLA 6 #23 Arizona 0 #7 Rutgers 2 Illinois 1
#12 Texas A&M 3 Auburn 1
#15 Kansas 0 Texas Tech 1
#16 Georgia 0 Missouri 2 #19 California 2 Utah 2
Iowa State 0 #20 West
Virginia 3 #21 San Diego State 2 Utah State 1
Starting nine seniors on Senior Day, No. 1 UCLA showed why it has
one of the top single classes ever in women's soccer with a 6-0 win over No. 23 at Drake Stadium.
recorded two goals and an
assist, Sam Mewis
had one goal and two assists, and Caprice Dydasco
scored one goal. Katelyn Rowland
made two saves to earn her 47th career shutout.
With the win UCLA extended its unbeaten streak to a school-record 36 games, which stands as the sixth-longest
streak in NCAA history.
-- Despite Jannelle Flaws
' 16th goal -- which also ranks second in the NCAA -- with a
shot from 50 yards out, Illinois fell to No. 7 Rutgers, 2-1. The Scarlet Knights struck struck first with a goal by Madison Tiernan
in the 19th minute but only
led for 48 seconds as Flaws delivered the equalizer to end Rutgers' scoreless streak of nearly 455 consecutive minutes. Amy Pietrangelo
scored the game-winning
goal directly off a corner kick in the 85th minute.
No. 12 Texas A&M worked its way back to the top of the SEC standings, even with Florida,
thanks to a 3-1 win over Auburn. Annie Kunz
put the Aggies ahead with a half volley of a rebound off the crossbar, Bianca
fired a shot that deflected off the leg of an Auburn defender and Janae Cousineau
added the third A&M goal, all in the first 35th minutes.
-- Alex Marmureanu
connected on first career goal to give Texas Tech 1-0 victory over No. 15 Kansas. Marmureanu, inserted into the match with 79
seconds remaining in the first half, scored 27 seconds later to give the Red Raiders, who won all their 12 non-conference plays, their first Big 12 victory in five games.
-- No. 16
Georgia suffered its first home loss of the season as a pair of second-half goals from Kaysie Clark
gave Missouri a 2-0 win at the UGA Soccer Stadium.
-- No. 20 West Virginia pushed its unbeaten streak to 11 games with a 3-0 win at Iowa State. The goals came from Kate Schwindel
, Michaela Abam
and Amanda Hill
, all after intermission.
Women's Top 25 Results: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16
#3 Stanford 3 Colorado 0 South Carolina 3 #4 Florida 2
Butler #8 2 DePaul 2 #25 Michigan 0 #11 Penn State 1
Temple 0 #17 UCF 2 St. John's 1 #18 Georgetown 0
South Carolina knocked off No. 4 Florida, 3-2, getting the winning goal from Savannah
with less than two minutes left in regulation after it had blown a 2-0 lead. Chelsea Drennan
and McCaskill scored to give the Gamecocks a 2-0
lead after the 34th minute. Florida cut the lead in half in the 66th minute when Havana Solaun
scored and she added a second goal in the 85th minute to even the
-- No. 8 DePaul remained one of only two undefeated teams in the nation, but it needed a goal by Abby Reed
in the 87th minute to earn a 2-2
tie at Butler. DePaul is 12-0-3 on the season and remains unbeaten along with No. 1 UCLA (12-0-2).
-- Shelby Halasz
scored the game’s lone
goal from just inside midfield in the waning minutes of the opening half to give St. John’s a 1-0 victory over No. 18 Georgetown for the Red Storm's seventh straight game without a loss.
-- Goals from Taylor Uhl
, Lo’eau LaBonta
and Lauren Schmidt
No. 3 Stanford to a 3-0 over Colorado. The Cardinal defense earned its national-leading 12th shutout of the season.
-- Megan Schafer
the only goal to give No. 11 Penn State a 1-0 victory over No. 24 Michigan that gave Nittany Lions sole possession of first place in the Big Ten standings. Britt
made nine saves to hold off the Wolverines.
-- No. 17 UCF earned its fourth straight shutout win with a 2-0 win over Temple. Senior Alex
played a part in both goals, scoring the first and assisting the second to extend the Knights’ win streak to 10 consecutive matches -- the program’s longest such streak since