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SCOREBOARD: Soccer America Men's Top 25
September 19th, 2008 8AM
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THIS WEEK'S TOP 25
RANK/SCHOOL (2007 RECORD)
1. Wake Forest (5-0-0) 1
9/21 at UC Santa Barbara

2. SMU (5-1-1) 5
9/19 Northern Illinois 0-1
9/21 Hofstra (Level 3 & Radisson Hotel Hurricane Classic)

3. Notre Dame (4-1-1) 7
9/19 St. John's 0-0 (OT)
9/21 Syracuse

4. Connecticut (3-0-3) 4
9/19 Louisville 1-0
9/21 Cincinnati

5. California (4-0-2) 6
9/19 Drake 2-0
9/21 Creighton (Stanford Nike Classic)

6. Maryland (5-1-0) 8
9/19 Duke 1-0

7. Saint Louis (2-0-3) 9
9/20 Denver

8. North Carolina (5-1-1) 11
9/16 Liberty 4-1
9/19 at Boston College 1-4

9. St. John's (5-0-2) 12
9/19 at Notre Dame 0-0 (OT)
9/21 at Marquette

10. UIC (5-0-1) 14
9/19 Princeton 2-0
9/21 Loyola Marymount (Chicago Classic)

11. Creighton (3-1-0) 2
9/19 at Stanford (Stanford Nike Classic)
9/21 California (Stanford Nike Classic)

12. Akron (4-1-2) 3
9/19 Florida Atlantic 7-0
9/21 Cleveland State

13. Indiana (3-1-2) 15
9/21 Wisconsin

14. South Florida (3-1-1) 17
9/19 at Georgetown 2-1
9/21 at Seton Hall

15. Northwestern (6-0-1) 18
9/19 Loyola Marymount 1-0
9/21 Princeton (Chicago Classic)

16. Louisville (5-1-1) 20
9/19 at Connecticut 0-1
9/21 at Providence

17. Providence (3-0-3) 25
9/15 Northeastern 0-0 (OT)
9/19 Cincinnati 0-0 (OT)
9/21 Louisville

18. Dartmouth (3-1-0) 25
9/20 Hartwick

19. Drake (6-1-0) NR
9/19 California 0-2
9/21 at Stanford (Stanford Nike Classic)

20. Rutgers (3-2-1) NR
9/19 at Pittsburgh 0-1
9/21 at West Virginia

21. Duke (4-3-0) NR
9/16 Davidson 2-0
9/19 at Maryland 0-1

22. College of Charleston (4-3-0) NR
9/19 South Carolina 0-4

23. Ohio State (4-1-1) 13
9/21 Michigan State

24. Boston College (3-2-1) 16
9/19 North Carolina 4-1

25. Western Illinois (6-0-0) NR
9/20 at Green Bay (Nike Classic)
9/21 Cal Riverside (Nike Classic)

(The Soccer America Top 25 appears each Monday during the regular season.)



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