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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Results & Schedules
September 28th, 2007 1:57PM

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TEAM (2007 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Santa Clara
(6-0-1) 1
9-28: Cal Poly vs. Santa Clara
9-30: Santa Clara vs. California

2. Portland (6-1-0) 3
9-28: UCLA vs. Portland
9-30: USC vs. Portland

3. Stanford (7-1-0) 2
9-28: Stanford vs. San Francisco
9-30: Stanford vs. St. Mary's

4. Virginia (7-1-1) 4
9-27: Duke 0 Virginia 2 (Quinn 64, Falk 66).
9-30: Wake Forest vs. Virginia

5. Texas A&M (6-1-1) 6
9-28: Missouri vs. Texas A&M
9-30: Texas A&M vs. Kansas

6. Texas (5-1-1) 5
9-28: Texas vs. Wright State
9-30: Texas vs. Texas Tech

7. North Carolina (7-2-0) 8
9-27: Florida State 1 (van de Ven 47) North Carolina 2 (Nogueira 57, Klingenberg 95) (OT).
9-30: Miami vs. North Carolina

8. Boston College (7-0-1) 10
9-30: Clemson vs. Boston College

9. UCLA (4-1-2) 9
9-28: UCLA vs. Portland

10. Tennessee (6-1-1) 17
9-27: Tennessee 3 (Imgram 8, Vonderhaar 84, Rossi 97) South Carolina 2 (Mollon 65, Kirk 80) (OT).
9-30: Tennessee vs. Florida

11. Penn State (6-2-1) 19
9-25: Penn State 5 (Myers 7, Aden-Buie 31, Schoepfer 53, 56, Toney 89) Colgate 0.
9-30: Penn State vs. Illinois.

12. Florida State (5-3-1) 12
9-27: Florida State 1 (van de Ven 47) North Carolina 2 (Nogueira 57, Klingenberg 95) (OT).
9-30: Florida State vs. N.C. State

13. Oklahoma State (6-1-1) 13
9-28: Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State
9-30: Nebraska vs. Oklahoma State

14. Clemson (8-1-0) NR
9-27: Clemson 1 (Johnson 106) Maryland 0 (OT).
9-30: Clemson vs. Boston College

15. South Carolina (8-2-0) 7
9-27: Tennessee 3 (Imgram 8, Vonderhaar 84, Rossi 97) South Carolina 2 (Mollon 65, Kirk 80) (OT).
9-30: Georgia vs. South Carolina

16. Florida (4-2-2) 15
9-28: Georgia vs. Florida
9-30: Tennessee vs. Florida

17. BYU (7-0-2) 16
9-24: BYU 2 (Larkin 43, 84) Washington 1 (Bridges pen. 78).
9-29: BYU vs. Montana

18. Washington State (5-1-1) 1
9-28: Washington State vs. UC Santa Barbara
9-30: Washington State vs. Idaho State

19. Missouri (6-2-0) 25
9-28: Missouri vs. Texas A&M
9-30: Baylor vs. Missouri

20. Purdue (8-1-1) 22
9-28: Purdue vs. Wisconsin
9-30: Northwestern vs. Purdue

21. Illinois (5-2-0) 25
9-28: Ohio State vs. Illinois
9-30:
Penn State vs. Illinois

22. San Diego (5-1-2) 25
9-28: San Diego vs. Cal State Northridge
9-30: Pacific vs. San Diego

23. Wake Forest (6-3-0) NR
9-27: Wake Forest 3 (Sadow 27, 56, Hutchinson 30) Virginia Tech 1 (Puglisi 82).
9-30: Wake Forest vs. Virginia

24. Notre Dame (3-4-1) 14
9-28: Louisville vs. Notre Dame
9-30: Notre Dame vs. Cincinnati

25. West Virginia (5-3-0) 18
9-28: West Virginia vs. St. John's
9-30: Syracuse vs. West Virginia

25. Marquette (8-0-1) 23
9-28: Marquette vs. Providence
9-30: Connecticut vs. Marquette

(The Soccer America Top 25 appears in the College Soccer Reporter each Monday morning during the regular season.)

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