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College: NSCAA/Umbro Select Women's Rankings
October 29th, 1997 12AM

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Women's NCAA Division I

School Record Pts.
1 North Carolina 17-0-1 298
2 Notre Dame 16-0-1 290
3 Portland 11-3-0 276
4 Connecticut 16-2-0 256
4 Santa Clara 14-1-1 256
6 Texas A & M 15-2-0 250
7 Nebraska 15-2-0 224
8 Virginia 12-2-2 214
9 Duke 13-3-0 204
10 Minnesota 15-1-1 192
11 Hartford 13-1-1 170
12 Michigan 15-2-1 154
13 Florida 14-2-1 152
14 William & Mary 13-4-0 148
15 Clemson 11-5-0 144
16 Massachusetts 15-2-0 126
17 SMU 13-4-0 114
18 Maryland 9-5-2 110
19 BYU 16-1-0 80
20 Harvard 9-3-2 50
21 Penn State 13-4-1 48
22 UCLA 13-2-0 46
23 George Mason 10-3-4 44
24 Vanderbilt 11-6-0 36
25 UNC Greensboro 14-5-0 16

Women's NCAA Division II

School Record Pts.
1 F. Pierce 16-0-0 225
2 Lynn 14-1-1 213
3 Adelphi 14-0-0 210
4 W. Va. Wesleyan 15-1-1 193
5 Barry 11-1-2 183
6 CS Dominguez 14-3-1 178
7 New Hampshire Coll. 14-2-0 163
8 Francis Marion 13-1-1 161
9 St. JosephÆs 15-3-1 141
10 Lock Haven 13-3-1 140
11 Sonoma State 12-2-2 130
12 Mesa State 13-3-0 124
13 Bloomsburg 12-4-1 121
14 Mercyhurst 12-2-1 112
15 Saint Anselm 12-4-0 95
16 Lewis 12-4-0 87
17 Presbyterian 9-4-1 75
18 Merrimack 11-5-0 64
19 No. Colorado 13-4-1 55
20 E. Stroudsburg 12-3-0 54
21 West Florida 11-3-1 41
22 Missouri-Rolla 13-2-1 37
23 Assumption 10-5-1 36
24 CS Bakersfield 12-6-1 30
25 Mars Hill 12-1-0 29

Women's NCAA Division III

School Record Pts.
1 New Jersey 16-0-0 197
2 UC San Diego 14-1-0 194
3 Rochester 13-0-2 176
4 M. Washington 16-1-1 170
5 W. Connecticut 16-1-0 169
6 Macalester 15-1-0 160
7 Trinity 12-2-1 140
8 Plymouth St. 13-2-0 138
8 Calvin 15-1-1 138
10 Nazareth 15-0-1 133
11 Amherst 12-1-0 115
12 Cal Lutheran 14-3-0 111
13 Washington Univ. 13-3-1 102
14 Gettysburg 14-3-0 94
15 St. Thomas 14-2-0 85
16 Bowdoin 10-2-1 82
17 R. Stockton 12-4-1 64
18 Wm. Paterson 14-2-1 58
19 Kalamazoo 15-1-1 55
20 N.C. Wesleyan 13-3-2 52
21 St. Benedict 11-2-3 45
22 Elmira 13-3-0 42
23 Chapman 12-4-1 30
24 Middlebury 9-3-0 26
25 Tufts 7-3-2 6
25 William Smith 11-3-0 6
25 Williams 8-2-2 6

Women's NAIA

School Record Pts.
1 Mobile 13-0-0 450
2 Simon Fraser 10-3-1 427
3 Westmont 12-3-0 415
4 Brewton-Parker 8-2-1 369
5 Berry 9-3-1 363
6 Rockhurst 12-3-1 355
7 St. Mary 13-2-0 328
8 Houghton 12-1-0 308
9 Willamette 11-2-1 299
10 Lindenwood 13-1-2 292
11 Findlay 10-4-1 278
12 Azusa Pacific 11-4-0 274
13 Oklahoma City 14-2-0 215
14 Seattle 11-2-2 212
15 Cumberland 12-0-2 177
16 Transylvania 15-2-0 155
17 Piedmont 15-2-0 152
18 Incarnate Word 9-2-2 140
19 Park 12-5-0 128
20 Green Mountain 9-3-0 85
21 Lindsey Wilson 9-3-1 82
22 Neb. Wesleyan 13-4-0 77
23 St. Francis 13-2-0 48
24 U.S. IntÆl 7-5-1 41
25 Puget Sound 10-5-2 40

Women's NJCAA

School Record
1. Brevard 16-0-0
2. Champlain 16-0-3
3. Mesa 15-1-0
4. Broward 11-2-0
5. Monroe 15-2-0
6. Pima 17-2-0
7. Ocean Cty. 13-2-0
8. Genesee 13-3-0
9. Rhode Island 12-1-2
10. Anne Arundel 10-1-2


Note: Soccer America publishes all scores and rankings provided by the NSCAA.




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