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Soccer America Women's Top 25
October 22nd, 2007 8:15AM

TAGS:  college women


The top three in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 remained the same: UCLA, Stanford and Virginia. Purdue and USC moved into the No. 4 and No. 5 spots -- the highest rankings ever for both schools -- for games played through Sunday, Oct. 21. For the complete Top 25 ...

1. UCLA (11-1-2) 1
2. Stanford (10-2-2) 2
3. Virginia (10-1-4) 3
4. Purdue (14-1-2) 5
5. USC (11-1-2) 6
6. Portland (10-3-0) 7
7. North Carolina (13-3-0) 8
8. Texas A&M (13-2-1) 9
9. Penn State (12-3-1) 4
10. Texas (11-2-3) 10
11. San Diego (11-1-3) 11
12. Santa Clara (8-3-3) 13
13. Notre Dame (11-4-1) 15
14. Florida State (10-3-2) 16
15. Missouri (11-4-0) 12
16. Boston College (9-3-3) 17
17. Tennessee (11-2-2) 19
18. California (8-5-0) 14
19. Connecticut (11-3-1) 21
20. LSU (10-2-5) 24
21. Georgia (12-2-2) 20
22. Florida (9-4-2) NR
23. West Virginia (11-4-1) NR
24. BYU (12-2-2) 23
25. Utah (10-2-4) 24
25. Miami, Fla. (9-4-3) NR

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

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