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Soccer America Women's Top 25 Results & Schedules
October 12th, 2007 8AM

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A pair of in-state clasicos should draw huge crowds this weekend. No. 1 Texas travels to College Station to face No. 14 Texas A&M at Aggie Soccer Stadium, where the Longhorns have lost every game they've played. No. 15 BYU will put its unbeaten record on the line Saturday when it meets Utah at South Stadium in a battle of two of the nation's top forwards, BYU's Katie Larkin (12 goals) and the Utes' Adele Letro (15 goals). For the complete Top 25 results and schedules ...

TEAM (2007 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Texas (8-1-2) 2
10-12: Texas A&M vs. Texas
10-14: Baylor vs. Texas

2. UCLA
(7-1-2) 3
10-12: UCLA vs. Oregon State
10-14: UCLA vs. Oregon

3. Stanford (9-1-1) 1
10-12: Stanford vs. California

4. Virginia (9-1-3) 5
10-11: N.C. State 0 #4 Virginia 3 (Senty 7, Quinn 23, Foley 77).
10-14: Virginia vs. Clemson

5. Missouri
(9-2-0) 6
10-12: Missouri vs. Oklahoma
10-14: Missouri vs. Oklahoma State

6. Santa Clara (7-2-2) 4
10-12: Cal State Fullerton vs. Santa Clara
10-14:
San Diego vs. Santa Clara

7. Penn State
(9-2-1) 8
10-12: Penn State vs. Michigan State
10-14: Penn State vs. Michigan

8. Purdue (11-1-2) 9
10-12: Purdue vs. Iowa
10-14:
Purdue vs. Minnesota

9. USC
(8-1-1) 10
10-12: USC vs. Oregon
10-14: USC vs. Oregon State

10. Boston College (8-1-3) 11
10-11: Miami (Fla.) 1 (Steinbruch 109) #10 Boston College 0 (OT).
10-14:
Florida State vs. Boston College

11. California (8-2-0) 12
10-12: Stanford vs. California

12. Portland (7-3-0) 13
10-13: Portland vs. Gonzaga

13. North Carolina
(10-3-0) 15
10-11: #13 North Carolina 2 (Engen 4, Nogueira 25) #23 Duke 1 (Redmond 16).
10-14: North Carolina vs. Wake Forest

14. Texas A&M (9-2-1) 16
10-12: Texas A&M vs. Texas
10-14: Texas A&M vs. Colorado

15. BYU (11-0-2) 17
10-11: #15 BYU 4 (Fellows 6, Larkin 23, 37, Urry 36) TCU 1 (Nguyen 12).
10-13: BYU vs. Utah

16. San Diego (9-1-2) 19
10-14: San Diego vs. Santa Clara

17. Notre Dame (7-4-1) 20
10-12: Notre Dame vs. Georgetown
10-14: Notre Dame vs. Villanova

18. Florida State (
8-3-2) 22
10-11: #18 Florida State 2 (Talonen 36, Edwards 56) Maryland 0.
10-14: Florida State vs. Boston College

19. LSU (8-1-4) NR
10-12: Auburn vs. LSU
10-14: Alabama vs. LSU

20. Tennessee (7-2-2) 7
10-12: Kentucky vs. Tennessee
10-14: Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee

21. Clemson (8-2-2) 14
10-11: Virginia Tech 1 (Gray 90) #22 Clemson 1 (Foster 64) (OT)
10-14: Virginia vs. Clemson

22. Georgia (10-1-1) 18
10-12: Vanderbilt vs. Georgia
10-14: Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee

23. Duke (7-3-3) NR
10-11: #13 North Carolina 2 (Engen 4, Nogueira 25) #23 Duke 1 (Redmond 16).

24. Connecticut (9-2-1) 24
10-12: Connecticut vs. Pittsburgh
10-14: Connecticut vs. West Virginia

25. Indiana (9-1-2) 25
10-12: Indiana vs. Minnesota
10-14: Indiana vs. Iowa

25. Washington State (7-1-2) 25
10-12: Arizona vs. Washington State
10-14:
Arizona vs. Washington

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

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