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NCAA Division I Women's Unbeaten Teams
September 21st, 2007 8AM

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NCAA Division I women's play moves into its fourth week, and 19 teams remain unbeaten, ranging from Marquette and South Carolina at 7-0-0 to Houston at 3-0-1.

Marquette
(Big East) 7-0-0
South Carolina (SEC) 7-0-0
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North Texas
(Sun Belt) 6-0-0
Stanford (Pac-10) 6-0-0
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Georgetown (Big East) 7-0-1
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Boston College (ACC) 6-0-1
BYU (Mountain West) 6-0-1
Kentucky (SEC) 6-0-1
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Akron (Mid-American) 5-0-1
Hawaii (WAC) 5-0-1
St. John's (Big East) 5-0-1
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LSU (SEC) 5-0-2
Villanova (Big East) 5-0-2
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Appalachian State (Southern) 4-0-2
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Massachusetts (Atlantic-10) 4-0-1
Santa Clara
(WCC) 4-0-1
UNC Wilmington (CAA) 4-0-1
Washington State (Pac-10) 4-0-1
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Houston (Conference USA) 3-0-1



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