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NSCAA/adidas Division II Women's Top 25
August 30th, 2007 8:30AM
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[POLL] Defending champion Metro State remained No. 1 in the NSCAA/adidas NCAA Women's Division II Top 25 after beating West Florida, 3-0, and Georgia Southwestern, 14-1.

Freshman Madison McQuilliams led the Roadrunners with a goal and an assist against West Florida and four goals and an assist against Georgia Southwestern.

Metro State has had to replace five starters, including Kylee Hanavan, the 2006 National Player of the Year, and Kira Sharp, the 2006 Division II final four MVP.

NSCAA/adidas Division II Women's Top 25 (through Aug. 26)
SCHOOL (2007 RECORD)
1 Metro State 2-0-0
2 Grand Valley State 2-0-0
3 West Chester 1-0-0
4 Tampa 2-0-0
5 UC San Diego 1-0-0
6 Franklin Pierce 2-0-0
7 Carson-Newman 1-0-0
8 Nebraska-Omaha 0-2-0
8 St. Edward's 2-0-0
10 Seattle Pacific 1-0-0
11 Saint Rose 1-0-0
12 Lenoir-Rhyne 2-0-0
12 Seattle 2-0-0
14 Quincy 1-0-0
15 Indiana 0-0-0
15 West Florida 1-1-0
17 Washburn 0-1-1
18 Central Oklahoma 0-0-1
19 Mass.-Lowell, 2-0-0
20 Missouri Southern State 2-0-0
21 New Haven 1-0-1
22 Belmont Abbey 1-0-0
22 Mercyhurst 1-1-0
22 Saint Leo 1-1-0
25 Bryant 1-0-0



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