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SCOREBOARD: Soccer America Men's Top 25
August 29th, 2008 2PM
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[UPDATES] The NCAA Division I men's season began Friday with 20 teams in the Soccer America Top 25 in action. A late rally gave No. 4 Maryland a 2-1 win over No. 11 UCLA at the Home Depot Center, while No. 10 Notre Dame fell to No. 12 Akron, 3-0, at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic. Three Top 25 teams have lost to unranked teams. No. 5 Sabta Clara lost at Loyola (Ill.), 2-1, on Saturday. No. 15 UMass fell to Holy Cross, 1-0, while No. 18 Virginia fell to St. John's by the same score on Friday. For all the Top 25 schedules and results ....

Soccer America Men's Preseason Top 25
RANK/SCHOOL (2007 RECORD)
1. Wake Forest (1-0-0)
8/29 VCU 2-1
8/31 Florida International (Nike Carolina Classic)

2. Connecticut (1-0-0)
8/29 St. Peter's 4-0
8/31 Tulsa

3. Indiana (1-0-0)
8/29 Duke 2-1
8/31 Akron (adidas/IU Credit Union Classic)

4. Maryland (1-0-0)
8/29 UCLA 2-1 (OT)
8/31 California

5. Santa Clara (0-1-0)
8/30 at Loyola (Ill.) 1-2
9/1 at UIC

6. Saint Louis (0-0-1)
8/29 San Diego 1-1 (OT)
8/31 at Loyola Marymount (LMU Fall Classic)

7. Boston College (1-0-0)
8/29 Boston University 2-1
9/1 at Providence

8. South Florida (1-0-0)
8/30 Bowling Green 3-0

9. Creighton (1-0-0)
8/29 Gonzaga 4-1

10. Notre Dame (0-1-0)
8/29 Akron 0-3
8/31 Duke (adidas/IU Credit Union Classic)

11. UCLA (0-1-0)
8/29 Maryland 1-2 (OT)
8/31 UC Riverside

12. Akron (1-0-0)
8/29 Notre Dame 3-0
8/31 at Indiana (adidas/IU Credit Union Classic)

13. Brown (0-0-0)

14. SMU (1-0-0)
8/29 Old Dominion 2-0
8/31 at Virginia (UVa Classic)

15. Massachusetts (0-1-0)
8/29 at Holy Cross 0-1
8/31 at Boston University

16. Harvard (0-0-0)

17. Northwestern (1-0-0)
8/29 San Francisco 1-0
8/31 IUPUI

18. Virginia (0-1-0)
8/29 St. John's 0-1
8/31 SMU (UVa Classic)

19. New Mexico (0-0-1)
8/29 at Loyola Marymount 1-1
8/31 San Diego

20. Virginia Tech (0-0-1)
8/29 at Portland 2-2 (OT)
8/31 Washington (UP Nike Invitational)

21. UIC (0-0-1)
8/29 UMKC 2-2 (OT)
9/1 Santa Clara

22. UC Santa Barbara (1-0-0)
8/29 Air Force 2-0

23. California (1-0-0)
8/29 UC Riverside 3-1
8/31 Maryland (at Los Angeles)

24. North Carolina (1-0-0)
8/29 Florida International 3-0
8/31 VCU (Carolina Nike Classic)

25. Central Connecticut State (0-0-0)

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