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Sunday College Rewind: UVA and Notre Dame tie; Penn State downs Ohio State; and more

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Neither SBI No. 7 Notre Dame nor No. 12 Virginia could take advantage of top-ranked North Carolina’s loss to Duke on Friday to surge into first place in the ACC.

The match of the weekend, between the Cavaliers and the Fighting Irish, ended in a 1-1 draw. In the 65th minute, the 3-1-2 Fighting Irish opened the scoring when Patrick Hodan converted from the penalty spot. The Cavaliers’ Wesley Suggs was sent off after tackling Vince Cicciarelli in the box.

Being a man down did not deter the Cavaliers, as they leveled the match three minutes later. Eric Bird scored the equalizer for the Virginia, which is now 4-1-1 this season.

No. 8 Penn State remains at the top of the Big Ten after topping No. 25 Ohio State 1-0. The Nittany Lions’ Kyle MacDonald scored the lone goal in the 63rd minute in front of 1,942 fans.

No. 20 Delaware lost its second-consecutive match after starting the season 6-0. Corey Baird scored the lone goal to give the Cardinal the 1-0 victory. No. 18 Stanford is now undefeated, with a 5-0-2 record.

Meanwhile, No. 15 California won its fifth consecutive match after losing to No. 1 North Carolina to start the season. The Golden Bears’ Stefano Bonomo and Connor Hallisey scored to give the Bears the 2-1 win over SIU-Edwardsville.

Hallisey scored three goals, one Sunday and two Friday, and recorded an assist this weekend. SIUE’s Christian Volesky tried to spark a comeback by scoring in the 77th minute, but California closed out the match.

Here is rundown of Sunday’s top college results:


South Florida 1, (2) Washington 2. (Recap)

LIU Brooklyn 0, (3) George Mason 1. (Recap)

(4) UC Irvine 1, San Diego 0. (Recap)

(6) Georgetown 1, William & Mary 0. (Recap)

(12) Virginia 1, (7) Notre Dame 1. (Recap)

(8) Penn State 1, (25) Ohio State 0. (Recap)

(9) New Mexico 2, VCU 0. (Recap)

(15) California 2, SIUE 1. (Recap)

(18) Stanford 2, (20) Delaware 1. (Recap)

(22) Memphis 3, Belmont 0. (Recap)


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