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2006 NCAA Division I Women's Attendance Leaders
August 8th, 2007 9AM
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Portland and Texas A&M were the big draws in NCAA Division I women's soccer. Both averaged more than 3,000 fans a game in 2006. Only one other school (BYU) topped the 2,000 mark.

RANK TEAM AVG. ATT.
1. Portland 3,408
2. Texas A&M  3,360
3. Brigham Young  2,070
4. Notre Dame 1,901
5. North Carolina 1,888
6. Florida 1,590
7. Santa Clara  1,509
8. Connecticut  1,369
9. Texas 1,339
10. Florida St.  1,338
11. TCU  1,254
12. Colorado 1,193
13. Maryland 1,154
14. Georgia 1,143
15. UCLA  1,115
16. Ohio St. 1,075
17. New Mexico 999
18. Fresno St. 937
19. Washington 937
20. Auburn  911
21. Illinois 908
22. Virginia 899
23. Clemson 819
24. LSU 817
25. Stanford  813
26. Penn St.  811
27. Minnesota 807
28. Oregon  763
29. Yale  757
30. Duke 745
31. Army 733
32. Utah 730
33. Tennessee  716
34. Mississippi 716
35. Idaho St. 679
36. Navy 670
37. Arizona St. 669
38. Hawaii 669
39. Charlotte 656
40. Creighton  646
41. Texas St. 646
42. Arizona  640
43. Missouri  625
44. Kentucky  622
45.  California 620
46. Boston U. 618
47. UTSA 605
48. Cal St. Fullerton 599
49. Wake Forest 585
50. Western Caro. 575
50. Oklahoma St. 572



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