Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard

[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Maryland beat No. 3 Indiana, 2-1, at Armstrong Stadium for their fourth win in a row. Last week, the Terrapins (3-5-2 after their first 10 games) handed No. 7 Penn State its first loss of the season. Senior Alex Shinsky and sophomore Alex Crognale both scored for Maryland for its first road win this season.

Men's Top 25 Results:
San Diego State 2 #1 Washington 3
#3 Indiana 1 Maryland 2
#15 UCLA 3 #17 Oregon State 0
#18  Saint Louis 5 Massachusetts 0
#22 George Mason 1 Fordham 0

-- No. 1 Washington jumped out to a 2-0 lead at San Diego State after 10 minutes on goals by Ian Lange and Justin Fiddes and held off an Aztec rally to win, 3-2, at the Sports Deck. In other Pac-12 action, No. 15 UCLA stayed tied with UW in first place with a 3-0 victory over No. 17 Oregon State. Two goals from Ghanaian freshman Abu Danladi and one from German junior Larry Ndjock helped extend the Bruins streak of 18 straight matches without a defeat against the Beavers.
-- No. 18 Saint Louis scored three goals in the first 20 minutes and cruised to a 5-0 victory over Massachusetts, which played a man short after Mark Morris received a red card in the eighth minute. By then, the Billikens led on a goal by Anthony Manning. In the 17th minute, Manning’s header ricocheted off the crossbar, but Tyler David was there to bury the rebound to make it 2-0. Kingsley Bryce made it 3-0 just three minutes later. William Hidalgo and Max Karcher added goals in the second half.

Men's Top 25 Results:
Xavier 1 #2 Creighton 1
Seton Hall 1 #4 Georgetown 0
#7 Penn State 0 #24 Michigan State 2
Old Dominion 2 #10 Charlotte 1
#11 Marquette 1 Villanova 1
Kentucky 1 #13 New Mexico 0
#16 UC Irvine 1 Cal State Fullerton 0
Rutgers 0 #19 Northwestern 2
#20 Davidson 2 St. Bonaventure 0
Northeastern 0 #21 UNC Wilmington 2
Cleveland State 0 #22 Valparaiso 1
#25 Dartmouth 1 Penn 2

-- Seton Hall ended a string of six straight losses to Georgetown with a 1-0 win over the Hoyas on senior Andrew LoManto’s goal in the 69th minute. LoManto's first goal of his career came after sophomore Shawn Morrison made a long run toward the end line down the right side and fed him in the middle. The win was the Pirates' first in Five big East matches.

-- Ryan Condotta’s penalty kick with less than eight minutes left lifted Old Dominion to a 2-1 victory over Charlotte before a crowd of 1,201 fans in Norfolk. ODU opened the scoring 58 seconds into the second half on a goal by sophomore Jesse Miralrio. The 49ers tied the match 20 minutes later on Kyle Parker's header.

-- Justin Laird’s 31st-minute goal gave Kentucky a 1-0 win over New Mexico. It moved the Wildcats into the top of the Conference-USA standings, two points ahead of Charlotte, which suffered its first league loss of the year against Old Dominion.

-- No. 25 Dartmouth dropped its first Ivy League contest of the season, 2-1, at home to Penn. The Big Green scored early in the contest when Gabe Stauber converted a penalty kick in the seventh minute. But Sam Wanxowicz equalized for the Quakes off a corner kick  in the 35th minute, and Penn took a lead in the 59th minute on Austin Kuhn's goal off a give-and-go pass.

-- Creighton held on to first place in the Big East despite the draw with Xavier in Cincinnati. Xavier took the lead on a goal by Matt Vasquenza in the 57th minute as Creighton trailed in regulation for the first time this season. The Bluejays responded in the 82nd minute with a goal off of a free kick by sophomore Fabian Herbers, his eighth of the season.

-- After starting 10-0-1, Penn State has now lost two in a row. Goals by Jason Stacy and Jay Chapman gave Michigan State the win.

Men's Top 25 Results:
Louisville 2 #6 Syracuse  1
NC State 0 #8 North Carolina 1
Duke 1 #9 Notre Dame 4
Clemson 2 #12 Virginia 1
#18 Saint Louis 1 Duquesne 0
Rhode Island 3 #22 George Mason 1

A header by Jerry Ramirez off an Ivan Gutierrez free kick in overtime gave Louisville a 2-1 win over No. 6 Syracuse, snapping the Orange's eight-game winning streak.

The other two goals both came from the penalty spot in the second half: Nick Perea with Syracuse's first of the season in the 55th minute and Tim Kumbel for the Cardinals in the 79th minute.

-- Rhode Island improved to 3-0-0 in the Atlantic 10 with a 3-1 win over No. 22 George Mason. Colton Amdion put the Patriots ahead in the 17th minute, but it was all URI after that as it responded with goals by Dante Lamb, Carlo Davids and Daniel Murphy.

-- Junior Patrick Hodan scored a pair of second-half goals two minutes apart to lead No. 9 Notre Dame to a 4-1 victory over Duke. Evan Panken opened the scoring for the Fighting Irish in the first half, while freshman Jon Gallagher salted the game away with the first goal of his Irish career.
-- No. 12 Virginia had its four-match win streak snapped as the Cavaliers fell at Clemson, 2-1. The Tigers took the lead in the 37th minute when Manolo Sanchez hit a left-footed volley for the first goal Virginia allowed in the last 387 minutes. The Tigers struck on a quick counter in the 68th minute on a goal by Austin Burnikel before Eric Bird scored a late consolation goal for Virginia.

Men's Top 25 Results:
#15 UCLA 2 #1 Washington 1
San Diego State v1 #17 Oregon State 0

UCLA, which began the season as the No. 1 team in the country, knocked current No. 1 Washington Huskies, 2-1, in front of 1,869 strong at Drake Stadium on Thursday night.  First-half goals from Leo Stolz and Seyi Adekoya carried the Bruins past UW, which played the last 36 minutes with an extra man after a red card to Adekoya.

-- San Diego State got a goal from David Olsen -- his seventh goal of the season -- off a corner kick to defeat No. 17 Oregon State, 1-0, for its first win of the season in the Pac-12.

Men's Top 25 Results:
St. John's 0 #2 Creighton 1
#4 Georgetown 0 Providence 2
Butler 1 #11 Marquette 0
#18 UNC Wilmington 1 Elon 2
#22 Valparaiso 0 Detroit 1
#24 Michigan State 4 Western Michigan 0

Providence got goals from Mac Steeves and Markus Naglestad -- the sixth of the season for both players -- to upset No. 3 Georgetown, 2-0, on the road in Big East action.

Keasel Broome made seven saves to shut out the Hoyas, who fell to 7-2-4. Providence is now 7-2-1 and 2-0-1 in the Big East.
-- German sophomore Fabian Herbers scored on a long free kick in the 90th minute to give No. 2 Creighton a 1-0 win at St. John’s, marking the second year in a row he beat the Red Storm with a late goal. Last season in Omaha, Herbers’ golden goal gave the Bluejays a 1-0 win for their first-ever Big East victory.

-- No. 11 Marquette had its unbeaten streak -- and the nation’s longest active shutout streak -- snapped at eight games as Butler won, 1-0, on Jeff Adkins' early goal. Adkins’ game-winner ended MU goalkeeper Charlie Lyon’s streak of consecutive shutout minutes at almost 805 minutes.

-- Jason Waterman rifled a shot into the left corner with just over five minutes left to lift Elon past No. 18 UNCW, 2-1, in CAA action. The Phoenix used an early goal by James Brace to grab a 1-0 advantage just seven minutes into the contest before UNCW’s Mateo Cardona scored the equalizer from 15 yards out just before the half.

--  No. 22 Valparaiso dropped a 1-0 decision to Detroit in sloppy conditions at Brown Field. The Titans struck quickly as Matt Harkema took a pass from Spiro Pliakos inside the box for the game's lone goal in the 17th minute.

-- No. 24  Michigan State handed Western Michigan just its second defeat in its last 10 outings, earning a 4-0 decision on the road. Junior midfielder Jason Stacy led Michigan State, scoring a goal in the 22nd minute and assisting three others. It was the ninth shutout in 12 games for the Spartans, whose defense has allowed just five goals in 2014.

Men's Top 25 Results:
Connecticut 0 #6 Syracuse 4
#8 North Carolina 4 Georgia State 0
#9 Notre Dame 1 Northwestern 0
Duke 1 #20 Davidson 2
#25 Dartmouth 1 Boston Univ. 3

No. 6 Syracuse recorded one of its most impressive wins with a 4-0 victory at struggling UConn. Four second-half goals made it eight wins in a row for the Orange, which is tied for the longest winning streak in program history.

Chris Nanco, Tyler Hilliard and Skylar Thomas all scored to put SU up 3-0 within the hour mark, and Noah Rhynhart finished the scoring. The loss dropped the Huskies' record to 4-7-2.

-- Despite playing the last 63 minutes with 10 players, Boston University extended its unbeaten streak to eight games with a 3-1 win at No. 25 Dartmouth. The Terriers got three first-half goals from Felix De Bona, David Amirani and Parker Powell for the win. The Big Green had entered the contest on an eight-game unbeaten streak.
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