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2006 NCAA Division I Men's Attendance Leaders
August 8th, 2007 9AM

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For the first time since the NCAA began publishing soccer attendance figures, as many as nine Division I men's schools averaged more than 2,000 fans a game. UConn led all schools with an average of 2,878. Virginia drew a total of 43,183 fans, a modern-day NCAA record.

RANK TEAM AVG. ATT.
1. Connecticut 2,930
2. Virginia 2,878
3. Maryland 2,727
4. UC Santa Barb. 2,719
5. St. Louis 2,470
6. Portland 2,447
7. Clemson 2,407
8. Indiana 2,295
9. Wake Forest 2,286
10. Creighton 1,973
11. North Carolina 1,758
12. Duke 1,634
13. New Mexico 1,574
14. Virginia Tech 1,469
15. Louisville 1,325
16. UCLA 1,265
17. Washington 1,237
18. South Carolina 1,156
19. Penn St. 1,152
20. St. John's 1,119
21. Santa Clara 1,100
22. Michigan St. 1,095
23. San Francisco 1,093
24. Notre Dame 1,007
25. Old Dominion 978
26. Rutgers 964
27. Ohio St. 920
28. South Fla. 919
29. Michigan  903
30. Stanford  898
31. UAB  853
32. Bradley  847
33. Missouri St. 847
34. Davidson 840
35. Furman  827
36. UNC Greensboro  822
37. Wis.-Milwaukee 809
38. SMU 786
39. Akron  776
40. Charlotte 744
41. Kentucky 741
42. Brown 718
43. Vermont 716
44. West Virginia  694
45. Air Force 650
46. Radford 649
47. Cincinnati  648
48. Campbell 638
49. St. Mary's  627
50. Syracuse 609



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