October 17, 2010

No. 7 Emory falls; Rochester adds another draw

Friday action includes important matches in the University Athletic Association and the SCAC. You can view additional results from today and the week, as well as check the weekend schedule on our soccer scoreboard. You can also check our message board for Top 25 team schedules for Saturday and Sunday.

The No. 7 Emory men fell at New York University 1-0, suffering their first loss of the season. Colm Dillane scored early for the Violets, who improve to 8-2-2, and 2-0-1 in the UAA. Emory slips to 11-1-1, and 1-1-1. In other UAA play, No. 10 Carnegie Mellon edged past host Brandeis 1-0 in overtime. Moni Sallam scored just two minutes into the first overtime period, sending a ball into the net off a corner kick. The Tartans move to 9-2 and 1-2 in conference, while the Judges fall to 7-4, and 1-2.

No. 13 Washington University also needed overtime in their win over Case Western, remaining unbeaten with a goal by Dylan Roman. The Bears improve to 10-0-3, and 2-0-1. And No. 14 Rochester hosted Chicago and played to a 1-1 draw, adding yet another tie to the Yellow Jackets 6-1-5, and 0-1-2 record. The Maroons move to 7-4-1, and 1-1-1. In the UAA standings, NYU remains in first place with their win, while Wash U is second.

In SCAC action, No. 16 DePauw had to score twice in the second half to rally over Austin 3-2. Austin went ahead 2-1 early in the second half on a goal by Joey Alcocer, but was answered 20 minutes later by a goal from Tiger Gary Pett. In just two minutes, another Tiger goal by Matt Schoenfeld was the game winner, sending DePauw to a 6-0-1 conference record, good for first place, and 12-1-1 overall. Austin is now 1-4-2 in SCAC play and 4-6-3 overall. In other conference play, Southwestern blanked Birmingham-Southern 3-0 to stay undefeated at 5-0 in the SCAC. And No. 9 Trinity blasted Milsaps 9-0 to improve to 5-0 as well, and 11-2 overall.

No. 23 Mary Hardin-Baylor blanked McMurry 4-0 in ASC play, with Chris Torres scoring two goals, including the game winner, and No. 24 Brockport State cruised past Oswego 5-0, to move into a three-way tie for first place in the SUNYAC.

Elsewhere, Stevenson was a 3-1 winner over Hood in a CAC contest, and in the USA South, Averett shutout Warren Wilson 5-0, upping their conference record to 2-1, and 9-5-1.

In women's play, No. 2 Hardin-Simmons remains undefeated after their 4-0 win over ASC foe Howard Payne, while in the SCAC, No. 11 Trinity ran by Milsaps 7-0 to move to 11-1, and No. 21 Centre was a 4-1 victor over Dallas, improving to 13-1, and 6-0 in conference. In the UAA, No. 14 Emory shutout NYU 2-0 for their first win in conference play. The Eagles move to 1-1-1, and 10-1-2 overall, while NYU slides to 1-2, and 5-7-2.

In other action in the OAC, No. 5 Otterbein swept past Capital 2-0, improving to 5-0 and 12-0-1. Greensboro defeated Marymount 6-2 in non-conference play, and Dickinson was a 3-0 winner over McDaniel in a Centennial Conference contest. Dickinson is now 4-1 in conference play, and 9-2-1 overall, good for third place behind Johns Hopkins and Swarthmore.

And in a MASCAC match, Worcester State shutout Massachusetts Maritime 3-0 on goals by Brittany Rotatori, Laura Maunsell, and Sarah Rafferty. The Buccaneers improve their conference record to 3-0-2, and 7-4-3 overall.

No contests today.
No contests today.
No contests today.