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SCOREBOARD: Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 19th, 2008 8AM
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Notre Dame will put its No. 1 ranking on the line this weekend when it travels to DePaul and Penn State. No. 4 Portland hosts surging Florida, while Virginia plays West Virginia in another battle of Top 25 teams. For this week's Soccer America Women's Top 25 results and schedules ...

1. Notre Dame (6-0-0) 2
9/19 at DePaul
9/21 at Penn State

2. UCLA (5-0-1) 1
9/19 Miami (Fla.) (UCLA Women's Cup)
9/21 New Mexico (UCLA Women's Cup)

3. Stanford (6-0-1) 3
9/19 Yale (Santa Clara/adidas Classic)
9/21 Cal Poly (Santa Clara/adidas Classic)

4. Portland (6-1-0) 5
9/19 Florida

5. USC (6-1-0) 6
9/21 SMU

6. North Carolina (5-1-1) 7
9/19 Georgia (Duke Adidas Classic)
9/21 Fordham (Duke Adidas Classic)

7. Texas (5-0-1) 4
9/19 at TCU
9/21 California

8. Florida State (5-1-1) 8
9/21 Florida Gulf Coast

9. Virginia (6-0-1) 9
9/21 at West Virginia

10. Boston College (6-1-0) 11
9/19 Harvard

11. LSU (5-0-0) 12
9/16 Houston (canceled)
9/19 at Oklahoma

12. Texas A&M (5-1-0) 13
9/19 California
9/21 at Rice

13. Duke (6-1-0) 14
9/19 Fordham (Duke Adidas Classic)
9/21 Georgia (Duke Adidas Classic)

14. Wake Forest (6-1-0) 16
9/19 UNC Greensboro

15. West Virginia (5-1-2) 17
9/18 Pittsburgh 4-0
9/21 Virginia

16. Penn State (5-3-0) 10
9/18 at James Madison 0-1
9/21 Notre Dame

17. Oklahoma State (5-0-0) 18
9/19 Loyola Marymount
9/21 McNeese State

18. UCF (5-1-1) NR
9/19 Kansas

19. Florida (4-1-1) 21
9/19 at Portland
9/21 Kansas

20. South Carolina (5-0-2) NR
9/19 ETSU
9/21 Western Carolina

21. Brown (2-1-1) NR
9/19 Minnesota (Minnesota Gold Classic)
9/21 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Minnesota Gold Classic)

22. California (5-1-0) NR
9/19 at Texas A&M
9/21 at Texas

23. Colorado College (6-0-1) NR
9/19 at  Illinois
9/21 at Purdue

24. UC Santa Barbara (5-2-0) NR
9/19 Montana (Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Classic)
9/21 at Hawaii (Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Classic)

25. UNLV (6-1-1) NR
9/19 Robert Morris (UNLV Rebel Classic)
9/21 Niagara (UNLV Rebel Classic)

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

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