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Soccer America Men's Top 25
November 12th, 2007 9:16AM

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No. 1 Wake Forest's 3-1 victory over Virginia on Friday night kept the Demon Deacons at No. 1in the  Soccer America Men's Top 25 for the ninth time in 11 weeks and knocked the slumping Cavaliers (1-5-2 in the ACC!) out of the Top 25. All six teams behind Wake remained in the same spot after recording wins over the weekend.

TEAM (2007 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Wake Forest (15-1-2) 1
2. Connecticut (16-2-1) 2
3. Brown
(14-1-1) 3
4. Santa Clara (12-1-4) 4
5. SMU (13-3-2) 5
6. Boston College (12-4-1) 6
7. Tulsa (12-2-2) 7
8. Saint Louis (12-2-3) 9
9. UC Santa Barbara (11-3-3) 10
10. Creighton (10-1-5) 11
11. Virginia Tech (10-2-5) 8
12. Notre Dame
(11-3-5) 13
13. Maryland (10-4-4) 15
14. Ohio State (13-3-5) 18
15. Indiana (13-4-4) 12
16. West Virginia (13-5-2) 14
17. Northwestern
(12-4-3) 16
18. California
(11-4-2) 17
19. DePaul (12-6-0) NR
20. Duke
(10-6-2) 21
21. Harvard (11-3-2) 24
22. Louisville (10-5-4) NR
23. Akron (13-3-2) 25
24. Furman
(16-3-0) NR
25. New Mexico
(11-4-1) NR
25. Portland
(9-4-5) NR
(The Soccer America Top 25 is appears in the College Soccer Reporter each Monday morning during the regular season.)



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