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

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TEAM (2007 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Connecticut (12-1-0) 2
10-10: #1 Connecticut 3 (White 10, 12, 86) Providence 0.
10-13:
Notre Dame vs. Connecticut

2. Wake Forest (8-0-2) 1
10-9: #2 Wake Forest 5 (Phelan pen. 2, 6, Arnoux 19, Schilawski 69, own goal 83) Appalachian State 0
10-13:
Wake Forest vs. N.C. State

3. Notre Dame (8-2-2) 3
10-10: Michigan State 1 (Thompson 64) #3 Notre Dame 0
10-13: Notre Dame vs. Connecticut

4. Virginia (7-1-2) 4
10-12: Clemson vs. Virginia

5. Boston College
(8-2-1) 6
10-10: #14 Brown 1 (Manuel 93) #5 Boston College 0 (OT).

6. Santa Clara (7-1-2) 7
10-12: Santa Clara vs. San Francisco
10-14:
San Diego vs. Santa Clara

7
. SMU (6-2-2) 8
10-13: Marshall vs. SMU

8. Duke
(7-4-0) 5
10-11: North Carolina 1 (Adeleye 103) #8 Duke 0 (OT).

9. Northwestern (9-1-1) 9
10-10: #9 Northwestern 2 (Eliason 13, Witt 90) DePaul 1 (Kornfeld 10).
10-13: Northwestern vs. Indiana

10. Harvard (8-1-1) 11
10-13: Harvard vs. Brown

11
. UC Santa Barbara (6-2-2) 12
10-12: UC Santa Barbara vs. UC Davis

12. Virginia Tech
(7-1-3) 13
10-9: VMI 0 #12 Virginia Tech 8 (Nyarko 20, Nason 27, Dillie 29, own goal 58, Edmans 59, Hooper 82, Baden 86, Hock 86).
10-13:
Maryland vs. Virginia Tech

13. Indiana (7-4-1) 17
10-10: Louisville 2 (Jonke 84, Clapham 93) #13 Indiana 1 (Alexander 4) (OT).
10-13: Northwestern vs. Indiana

14. Brown (8-1-1) 10
10-10: #14 Brown 1 (Manuel 93) #5 Boston College 0 (OT)
10-13: Harvard vs. Brown

15. Tulsa (6-2-2) 14
10-10: Kentucky 0 #15 Tulsa 3 (own goals 60, 62, Parada 83).
10-13: South Carolina vs. Tulsa

16. Creighton (5-1-4) 15
10-10: #16 Creighton 2 (Wittig 29, Schmitz 57) Bradley 2 (DeGurian 23, own goal 23) (OT).
10-13: Creighton vs. Eastern Illinois

17. Saint Louis (4-1-3) 16
10-12: St. Bonaventure vs. Saint Louis
10-14: Duquesne vs. Saint Louis

18. California (7-2-1) NR
10-12: San Diego State vs. California
10-14: UCLA vs. California

19. Michigan (8-3-1) 19
10-10: St. John's 2 (Buccera 26, Alfonso 73) #19 Michigan 0.
10-14:
Michigan State vs. Michigan

20. South Florida (7-2-2) 20
10-9: Florida Atlantic 1 (Piccoletti 17) #20 South Florida 1 (Marshall 44) (OT).
10-13: South Florida vs. Villanova

21. West Virginia (7-4-0) 21
10-10: Pittsburgh 1 (Kalas 57) #21 West Virginia 3 (Erwin 24, Wright 40, 47).
10-13: West Virginia vs. Georgetown

22. New Mexico (6-3-1) 22
10-12: San Jose State vs. New Mexico
10-14: Sacramento State vs. New Mexico

23. Gonzaga (7-2-1) 24
10-12: Gonzaga vs. Loyola Marymount
10-14:
Gonzaga vs. San Diego

24. San Diego State (5-2-2) NR
10-12: San Diego State vs. California
10-14: San Diego State vs. Stanford

25. Akron (8-2-1) NR
10-13: Akron vs. Northern Illinois

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

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