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Soccer America College Men's Top 20 Scoreboard (Oct. 22-28)
October 29th, 2001 12AM
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No. 1 SMU remained the only unbeaten and untied team when it beat Eastern Illinois, 4-0, and Bradley, 2-0. No. 2 Virginia, the only other unbeaten team, was idle this weekend. No. 4 Washington lost both Pac-10 games on its Bay Area swing, falling to California, 1-0, and No. 6 Stanford, 4-1. No. 5 North Carolina lost at ACC rival Wake Forest, 4-2. No. 7 St. John's fell from the unbeaten ranks, losing to Ohio State, 3-2, on the second day of the St. JohnÆs Nike Classic. No. 9 Indiana beat No. 11 Rutgers, 1-0, and No. 10 Connecticut edged, No. 20 Notre Dame, 1-0. Other Top 20 teams to fall were No. 14 UAB (3-2 at Cincinnati), No. 15 Furman (1-0 to Kentucky in Miami) and No. 16 Gonzaga (3-1 at Santa Clara) and No. 18 Harvard (1-0 at Dartmouth). No. 19 Loyola (Md.) beat Iona, 3-1, to clinch he MAAC regular-season championship and extend its unbeaten streak to 15 games -- the longest active streak in the country. 10/22 Ranking ... Team (Current Record) ... 10/15 Ranking 1 SMU (14-0-0) 1 10/26 Eastern Illinois (4-0), 10/28 Bradley (2-0). 2 Virginia (13-0-1) 2 10/24 East Carolina (2-0). 3 Saint Louis (11-1-0) 3 10/24 at UAB (0-1), 10/27 Louisville (2-1). 4 Washington (10-3-0) 4 10/26 at California (0-1), 10/28 at Stanford (1-4). 5 North Carolina (13-3-0) 7 10/24 Old Dominion (2-0), 10/27 at Wake Forest (2-4). 6 Stanford (13-1-0) 8 10/26 Oregon State (4-0), 10/28 Washington (4-1). 7 St. John's (9-1-3) 5 10/26 Syracuse (4-0), 10/28 Ohio State (2-3). 8 Clemson (12-3-0) 11 10/24 Gardner-Webb (6-0), 10/28 Maryland (2-0). 9 Indiana (11-3-1) 6 10/26 Rutgers (1-0), 10/28 Princeton (1-1). 10 Connecticut (10-3-2) 9 10/24 at Yale (2-0), 10/27 Notre Dame (1-0). 11 Rutgers (11-3-3) 10 10/23 at Penn (3-1), 10/26 Indiana (0-1), 10/28 Providence (2-0). 12 South Carolina (9-3-2) 12 10/26 Cal State Fullerton (2-0), 10/28 at UCLA (0-0). 13 Penn State (10-3-1) 16 10/26 Hartwick (1-0), 10/28 at American (2-1). 14 UAB (12-3-0) 13 10/24 Saint Louis (1-0), 10/28 at Cincinnati (2-3). 15 Furman (11-4-0) 15 10/26 Kentucky (0-1), 10/28 Michigan (4-0). 16 Gonzaga (7-4-2) NR 10/27 at Santa Clara (1-3). 17 Portland (9-4-1) NR 10/26 at San Francisco (2-1), 10/28 at Cal Poly (1-0). 18 Harvard (8-3-1) 19 10/23 Fairfield (0-0), 10/27 Dartmouth (0-1). 19 Loyola (Md.) (13-1-2) 18 10/24 at Manhattan (4-0), 10/27 Iona (3-1). 20 Notre Dame (9-5-0) NR 10/24 at Providence (2-0), 10/27 at Connecticut (0-1). ò Rankings are through games played Oct. 21.


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