The important ACC match between UNC and Maryland came down to the wire on Friday. No. 2 UNC saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end with less than two minutes left. Fifth-year senior Kevin Tangney, who had made two comebacks from knee surgery, grabbed the game's lone goal just when overtime seemed imminent.
Akron's dominance continued as they jumped to a 7-0-0 record, crushing MAC competition Bowling Green by a 6-0 score on Saturday. The Zips got their six from five separate players, and will be tested on Wednesday against Ohio State.
There were plenty of upsets around the country, as a number of teams in the NSCAA Top 25 fell to unranked opponents. Virginia lost to Clemson 1-0, Boston College beat Duke 2-0, New Mexico won 2-1 against California, West Virginia shutout South Florida 1-0, and Virginia Tech knocked off North Carolina State, 2-0.
UMBC continued their winning ways behind two goals from nation's leading goalscorer Andrew Bulls to bring their record to 9-0-0 with a 3-0 win over La Salle. The win could likely vault them into the top 25 when the new polls come out tomorrow.
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