COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- No. 2 Stanford was unable to convert several early chances and played No. 5 Maryland to a 0-0 draw in a double-overtime nonconference women's soccer match Friday night.

Stanford (2-0-1) forced three strong saves from Maryland goalkeeper Yewande Balogun in the first 10 minutes and held the Terrapins without a shot for the first 19 minutes. But Maryland (2-0-1) rallied with some strong chances of its own in the 110-minute stalemate before a crowd of 1,527 fans in what was billed as the biggest nonconference match in Ludwig Field history.

No. 3 North Carolina 2, No. 1 Notre Dame 0 (OT) -- Full Recap
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Senior forward Courtney Jones' 20-yard shot from the top of the box in the 96th minute found the lower left corner of the goal, lifting third-ranked North Carolina to a 2-1 overtime victory against top-ranked and defending NCAA champion Notre Dame Friday night before 5,236 fans, the fourth largest crowd to watch the Tar Heels play at Fetzer Field. It was Carolina's first win against the Fighting Irish at Fetzer Field since 1998 as UNC broke a three-game losing streak to Notre Dame on its home pitch.

Jones' goal was set up with a pair of brilliant assists by Kealia Ohai and Amber Brooks. And Carolina would probably not have even found itself in overtime in the first place were it not for the play of junior goalkeeper Hannah Daly who made a career-high seven saves, including one on a shot by Adrianna Leon in the 86th minute that seem destined to find the back of the net and lift the Irish to victory.

No. 4 Portland 1, Washington State 0
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Amanda Frisbee’s second half goal was the difference as No. 4 Portland defeated visiting Washington State 1-0 on Friday night. Early in the 65th minute, Micaela Capelle created a turnover for the Pilots near midfield and sent a pass ahead to Frisbee who beat Washington State goalkeeper Gurveen Clair from 12 yards out inside the near left post.

In the fourth minute of the match, Portland missed a chance to take the lead when Danielle Foxhoven’s shot from the top of the box hit the crossbar. For the remainder of the half, Washington State was the more aggressive team as the Cougars outshot the Pilots 3-0, including two on net, and generated both of the half’s corner kicks. Washington State’s best chance to net the equalizer was in the 69th minute, when a shot from the top of the box by freshman Jocelyn Jeffers was just wide of the near right post. The Cougars were outshot in the match 13-6, but held a 5-1 advantage in corner kicks.

No. 6 Virginia 9, Liberty 1
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- No. 6 Virginia had its biggest offensive explosion in six years as it downed Liberty 9-1 Friday night in front of 1,183 fans at Klöckner Stadium. Caroline Miller led the Cavalier attack, posting Virginia's first hat trick in three seasons. Miller led a group of seven different goal scorers on the night. In addition, nine different Cavaliers recorded an assist, led by Shasta Fisher's two career assists.

The Cavaliers (3-0-0) took the lead in the 17th minute as Morgan Brian buried a shot from the top of the 18-yard box. Olivia Brannon scored her first career goal in the 23rd minute as she headed home a Molly Menchel corner kick. Miller scored her first goal of the evening in the 38th minute as she dribbled through numerous defenders before slotting home a shot from 10 yards out. Emily Perrin scored her first career goal when she headed in a Fisher cross in the 41st minute and Erica Hollenberg closed out the first half scoring in the 43rd minute when she knocked in a cross from Danielle Colaprico to give Virginia a 5-0 lead at the break.

Missouri 1, No. 7 Ohio State 0
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Seventh-ranked Ohio State suffered its first defeat of the season in a 1-0 loss to the Missouri Tigers Friday night at Missouri’s Walton Stadium. After a scoreless first half of action, Missouri scored the game’s only goal in the 50th minute, an unassisted shot by Dominique Richardson. Missouri outshot the Buckeyes 15-11 for the game while the teams attempted equal number of corner kicks 5-5.

Paige Maxwell and Tiffany Cameron each attempted three shots for Ohio State. In goal, OSU’s Katie Baumgardner recorded three saves, while Missouri tallied six. Five yellow cards were issued in the physical contest.

No. 8 Florida 3, No. 18 Texas A&M 2 -- Full Recap
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- A goal with 15 seconds remaining in regulation gave No. 8 Florida (3-0-0) a 3-2 win against No. 18 Texas A&M (1-2-0) Friday evening in the opening round of play at the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic held at the Regal Soccer Stadium. The game-winning goal by junior McKenzie Barney came after some key decisions and plays by her teammates when they were deep in the Aggie final third.

The goal was the only one of the second half after both teams scored a pair in the opening 45 minutes. The Gators struck first in the 25th minute. Tymrak started the play by using a spin move to create the space and time she needed.

No. 9 Florida State 1, New Mexico 0
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Ninth-ranked Florida State (2-1-0) used an early first-half goal by Kassey Kallman and held off a pesky New Mexico (1-1-1) squad to win its eighth consecutive home opener 1-0 Friday night at the Seminole Soccer Complex. Florida State and New Mexico struggled to find an offensive attack all evening as both teams finished the game with nine shots a piece. The Lobos went into halftime with a 4-2 advantage in shots but the Seminoles made the most of their first half shots scoring on their first attempt of the evening.

The lone goal of the game came in the 10th minute of play as the Garnet and Gold took advantage of an early throw-in inside their offensive third. Jessica Price threw a perfect pass into the box where Kallman flicked the ball inside the near post from about 12 yards out for her first goal of the season. The assist for Price was her second of the season and second game-winning assist on the year. The game-winner for Kallman was the second of her career.

No. 10 Boston College 1, Rutgers 0
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Freshman Stephanie McCaffrey scored her first career goal to lead Boston College past former Big East foe Rutgers 1-0 in front of 444 fans on Friday night at the Newton Soccer Field. McCaffrey scored in the 42nd minute of the match. Junior Kristen Mewis saw McCaffrey making a run to the far post. Mewis sent a low ball just over the defense and McCaffrey sped by a defender and one-time the ball to the left of the keeper for her first career goal.

The game went back-and-forth throughout the night. Rutgers controlled much of the first half. The Scarlet Knights struck early attacking right off the kick-off and earned the first of four corner kicks in the first half.

Game information compiled from respective athletic department websites.