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Soccer America Men's Top 25 Results & Schedules
September 28th, 2007 1:57PM
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TEAM (2007 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1
. Wake Forest (6-0-0) 1
9-29: Wake Forest vs. Maryland

2. Notre Dame
(5-1-1) 3
9-28: Notre Dame vs. Cincinnati
9-30: Notre Dame vs. Louisville

3. Connecticut (6-1-0) 2
9-28: Connecticut vs. St. John's
9-30: Connecticut vs. Syracuse

4. Virginia (6-1-1) 4
9-25: Virginia 3 (LaBauex 37, Reyering 86, Hall 90) Mount St. Mary's 0.
9-28: Virginia vs. Virgina Tech

5. Northwestern (6-0-1) 10
9-26: Northwestern 1 (Eliason 6) Loyola (Ill.) 0.
9-29:
Penn State vs. Northwestern

6. Boston College (5-1-1) 13
9-26: Boston College 0 Yale 0 (OT).
9-30: Boston College vs. N.C. State

7. Santa Clara (5-1-2) 14
no games.

8
. SMU (4-2-1) 16
9-28: Tulsa vs. SMU

9. Duke
(6-2-0) 17
9-25: UNC Wilmington 0 Duke 5 (Grella, Dudley, xx, xx Medcalf, Ramsey.)
9-28:
Clemson vs. Duke

10. UCLA
(3-3-1) 5
9-29: Cal Sate Northridge vs. UCLA

11. Brown
(6-0-1) 9
no games.

12. Michigan (
8-0-1) 11
9-26: Michigan 2 (McCullough 7, Bonnell 18) Oakland 0.
9-29:
Michigan vs. Indiana

13. Harvard (6-1-1) 6
9-29: Harvard vs. Fairfield

14
. West Virginia (5-2-0) 7
9-28: West Virginia vs. DePaul
9-30:
West Virginia vs. South Florida

15. UC Santa Barbara (3-2-2) 19
9-29: UC Davis vs. UC Santa Barbara

16. Virginia Tech
(6-1-1) 20
9-25: Richmond 0 Virginia Tech 1 (Hock 53).
9-28: Virginia vs. Virgina Tech

17. DePaul (5-1-0) NR
9-28: West Virginia vs. DePaul
9-30: Pittsburgh vs. DePaul

18. Tulsa (5-2-0) NR
9-28: Tulsa vs. SMU

19. Creighton (3-1-2) 8
9-29: Creighton vs. Washington

20. Saint Louis
(3-1-2) 22
9-29: Saint Louis vs. UCF

21. Gonzaga
(5-2-0) 25
9-29: Portland vs. Gonzaga

22. New Mexico
(5-3-0) NR
no games.

23. Indiana (4-3-1) 15
9-26: Indiana 2 (Hagedorn 65, Alexander 69) Butler 0.
9-29: Michigan vs. Indiana

24. Maryland (4-3-1) 18
9-29: Wake Forest vs. Maryland

25. South Florida (6-1-0) 21
9-28: Pittsburgh vs. South Florida
9-30: West Virginia vs. South Florida

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

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