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3. SOCCER AMERICA MEN'S TOP 25: New Rankings
October 30th, 2006 3:31AM

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RANK/TEAM (RECORD) PREVIOUS RANK
(Last week's results)
1. Wake Forest (15-2-1) 3
10/27 at Virginia 2-1, 11/1 North Carolina (ACC Tournament).
2. West Virginia (15-1-2) 5
10/23 Pittsburgh-canceled, 10/28 South Florida 1-0 (Big East Tournament), 11/3 at Rutgers (Big East Tournament).
3. SMU (15-1-3) 1
10/25 at UAB 1-2, 10/28 Marshall 1-0, 11/1 Marshall or FIU (Conference USA Tournament).
4. Duke (13-3-1) 2
10/24 North Florida 5-0, 10/28 at Clemson 0-1, 11/1 Virginia Tech-N.C. State winner (ACC Tournament).
5. Virginia (13-3-0) 4
10/27 Wake Forest 1-2, 11/1 Boston College or Clemson (ACC Tournament).
6. Maryland (13-3-1) 6
10/24 Bucknell 4-1, 10/27 Virginia Tech 2-1, 11/1 Boston College or Clemson (ACC Tournament).
7. Indiana (12-4-2) 7
10/24 at Butler 4-2, 10/27 Wisconsin 1-0, 11/3 Penn State-Northwestern winner (Big Ten Tournament).
8. Santa Clara (11-3-4) 10
10/27 at San Diego 2-1, 10/29 at Loyola Marymount 2-0, 11/3 Portland, 11/5 Gonzaga.
9. Clemson (12-3-2) 12
10/28 Duke 1-0, 11/1 Virginia or Maryland ACC Tournament.
10. North Carolina (11-5-2) 13
10/26 at Boston College 3-1, 11/1 Wake Forest (ACC Tournament).
11. California (12-4-2) 11
10/27 at San Diego State 1-3, 10/29 at UCLA 4-1, 11/3 at Stanford.
12. Saint Louis (12-3-2) 19
10/27 at Massachusetts 3-1, 10/29 at Rhode Island 3-1, 11/3 lowest remaining seed (Atlantic-10 Tournament).
13. Notre Dame (13-5-2) 8
10/25 DePaul 2-0 (Big East Tournament), 10/28 at Rutgers 1-2, OT (Big East Tournament).
14. Towson (14-1-2) 17
10/27 at George Mason 2-1 OT, 11/3 George Mason-Northeastern winner (CAA Tournament).
15. New Mexico (11-3-3) 9
10/27 at Sacramento State 1-1, OT, 10/29 at San Jose State 3-1, 11/3 Air Force, 11/5 Denver.
16. UCLA (9-5-3) 14
10/27 Stanford 1-1, OT, 10/29 California 1-4, 11/3 San Diego State, 11/5 San Diego.
17. Lehigh (15-1-1) 23
10/25 at Penn State 1-0, OT, 10/28 Lafayette 2-1, OT, 11/3 Bucknell (Patriot Tournament).
18. Creighton (11-4-3) 15
10/24 UMKC 3-0, 10/28 Bradley 1-2, 11/3 Missouri State-Eastern Illinois winner (Missouri Valley Tournament).
19. South Carolina (10-4-1) 16
10/28 at Tulsa 0-1, 11/1 First Round (Conference USA Tournament).
20. Kentucky (12-4-2) NR
10/25 at Tulsa 1-0, 10/28 Memphis 3-1, 11/1 First Round (Conference USA Tournament)
21. Denver (11-3-2) 21

10/28 Air Force 1-0, 11/3 at UNLV, 11/5 at New Mexico.
22. Harvard (12-4-0) 24
10/29 at Dartmouth 3-1, 11/4 Columbia.
23. Providence (13-5-0) NR
10/25 Louisville (Big East Tournament) 2-0, 10/28 at Cincinnati (Big East Tournament) 2-0, 11/3 St. John's (Big East Tournament).
24. UIC (12-2-4) 20
10/28 Wright State (Horizon Tournament) , 0-0 OT (9-8 on penalties), 11/3 Loyola (Ill.) (Horizon Tournament).
25. Rutgers (10-6-1) NR
10/28 Notre Dame (Big East Tournament) 2-1, OT, 11/3 West Virginia (Big East Tournament).
25. St. John's (10-5-2) NR
10/25 Pittsburgh (Big East Tournament) 1-0, 10/28 at Connecticut (Big East Tournament) 1-0, 11/3 Providence (Big East Tournament)
(The Soccer America Top 25 is released each Monday during the regular season.)


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