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ollege players in career goals and will likely earn a look from the U.S. national team sooner rather than later, No. 2 South Car Antworten

What went down in the ninth week of college soccer? The aim each week is to bring you five stories that defined the week or help navigate the long road to San Jose, California, named last week as the site of the College Cup.Duke and Notre Dame retain ACC controlThe schedule offered just one game each to No. 4 Duke and No. 20 Notre Dame, but the Blue Devils and Fighting Irish effectively condensed a weeks worth of work into those minutes.With a 1-0 win over No. 5 Virginia on Saturday, Duke remained atop the ACC as the lone team unbeaten in conference games (6-0-1). A Christina Gibbons penalty kick on the night she and other seniors were honored in Durham, North Carolina, was enough for just the second win over Virginia in the past nine meetings (the Blue Devils had even beaten both North Carolina and Florida State more recently).All of which is nice in the moment. More important in the long run is that it was Dukes second win this season against a team ranked in the top 25 of the RPI. With a trip to Florida State on Thursday, Duke needed the result to enhance its case for the kind of NCAA tournament seed that will allow it to host at least the first three rounds and possibly a quarterfinal.Along similar lines, Jennifer Westendorfs absolute wonder goal (not the first time shes done something worthy of that label in her freshman season) gave Notre Dame a 1-0 win over No. 11 North Carolina and continued sole possession of second place. But as the cap to a three-game stretch against higher-ranked opponents that produced two wins, it also keeps the Fighting Irish (10-2-3, 5-1-1) in the conversation for a top-eight seed and extended hosting duties in the NCAA tournament.UConns rising fortunesBreanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson are gone, but drive a few hundred yards past Gampel Pavilion and you can still find a prolific partnership in Storrs, Connecticut. That makes it easier to remember that once upon a time, well before the times of Rachel Hill or Stephanie Ribeiro, the Huskies soccer team used to make postseason runs with nearly the same frequency as the basketball team.In easing No. 21 UConn to wins over UCF (3-0) and South Florida (3-1) this past week, Ribeiro totaled three goals and three assists, and Hill added two goals and an assist. The production pushed Ribeiro into a tie with BYUs Ashley Hatch and Central Michigans Alexis Pelafas for the Division I with 15 goals. She also trails only Arkansas Claire Kelley for the lead in assists. Hill, meanwhile, is just three goals off Ribeiros pace and third among active Division I players in career goals.The Huskies built a strong start on a decidedly modest schedule, losing signature games to Rutgers and Florida State without scoring a goal, while beating several teams against which losses would have been grounds for inquiry. But wins against UCF and South Florida are not just as good as it gets in the American Athletic Conference, theyre résumé-enhancers, period.South Carolina wins battle of SavannahWhile No. 17 Floridas Savannah Jordan leads all active college players in career goals and will likely earn a look from the U.S. national team sooner rather than later, No. 2 South Carolinas Savannah McCaskill once again got the best of the Gators and their star in what has been one of the sports more entertaining rivalries the past three seasons.It was a game against Florida that well and truly placed McCaskill in the college soccer spotlight as a freshman in 2014, the second of her two goals proving the winner with less than two minutes to play. She scored again when the teams met in 2015, but Jordan answered and Florida went on to win that game with all of one second remaining in the second overtime.So the series arrived at Sunday. South Carolinas Chelsea Drennan won it with an expertly dispatched penalty kick early in the second overtime on a foul drawn by Simone Wark, but it was McCaskill who deftly backheeled a pass into Warks path to set in motion a sequence that ensured South Carolina (14-0-1, 8-0-0) remained one of two Division I teams without a loss.Speaking of which ...The best team you dont know?Disregard that question if you live in the middle of Pennsylvania. Or, for that matter, if you live anywhere in the Patriot League footprint. But when the weekend began, Bucknell was one of two teams ranked in the top 10 nationally in both goals scored per game and fewest goals allowed per game (sharing the distinction with Virginia, which suffered on both fronts). And while allowing a goal in Saturdays game against American might cost the unbeaten Bison (12-0-1, 6-0-0) a spot in the defensive rankings, scoring five in the win only bolsters the nations most prolific offense.The ringleader is Kendall Ham, who scored against American and leads the team with 12 goals, but 12 players have scored at least one goal. That from a program that as recently as 2011 scored just 10 goals for an entire season.Columbia makes itself at home in Ivy upheavalIt has been more than a decade since, in successive seasons, Princeton made the College Cup and Yale reached the Sweet 16, which means it has been a while since the Ivy League really influenced the national picture. Thanks to top-tier talents like Princetons duo of Tyler Lussi and Mimi Asom, and Harvards Midge Purce, that looked like it might change this season. But after a week of surprises, neither Princeton nor Harvard is in control of a league that one or the other has won seven of the past eight seasons. A team that just played its first home game is running the show.Just in time to beat Princeton 2-0 on Saturday, Columbia played its first home game in a newly renovated stadium (the New York schools previous home games were played in New Jersey). And because Harvard managed only a draw against Brown on Saturday, Columbia could conceivably clinch the title, and an automatic NCAA bid, before it even plays Harvard in the regular-season finale on Nov. 5. Air Max 95 China Wholesale . Nine days before the opening ceremony, organizing committee chief Dmitry Chernyshenko said Wednesday that Sochi is "fully ready" and will deliver safe, friendly and well-run games that defy the grim reports that have overshadowed preparations. Cheap Nike Air Max 95 Online . Tuesdays surgery at Atlantas Piedmont Hospital was performed by Dr. Xavier Duralde and Hawks team physician Dr. Michael Bernot. http://www.discountairmax95.com/ . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. Air Max 95 Cheap Sale .J. Jefferson has been charged with assaulting his girlfriend. Cheap Air Max 95 Wholesale . I cant pinpoint a date, but I do remember a player from my youth. Brian Downing was with the Chicago White Sox at a time when I listened to every game I possibly could on the radio. That particular season the late great Harry Caray was calling the White Sox games. It was a night to remember for Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Trevor Williams. One day after being called up to the majors, Williams made his big league debut and got the win in relief as the Pirates beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 to end an eight-game losing streak.And Williams was able to share that special moment with a number of family members in the crowd at PNC Park. Right after the game, he kissed his wife and young child, then gave the game ball to his father, who he said has been battling lymphoma.It was an incredible moment for me and my family, Williaams said.dddddddddddd Hes an emotional guy. He wears his heart on his sleeve. As soon as we embraced all the emotions came out.Hes been battling lymphoma all year. He had rigorous chemo and radiation. Right now were awaiting results to see if hes in remission or not.Time will tell whether Williams will go on to have a long major league career. But at the very least, hes made his first appearance in the big leagues a memorable one. ' ' '

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