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SCOREBOARD: Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 25th, 2008 8AM
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With conference play heating up in many parts of the country, Thursday becomes a big night in women's soccer. Thursday matchups include Florida State-Virginia and Duke-Boston College. A non-conference match to watch: Santa Clara-UCLA. For this week's Soccer America Women's Top 25 results and schedules ...

1. Notre Dame (8-0-0) 1
9/26 Louisville
9/28 at Cincinnati

2. UCLA (7-0-1) 2
9/25 at Santa Clara

3. Stanford (8-0-1) 3
9/26 St. Mary's

4. Portland (7-1-0) 4
9/26 at Rutgers
9/28 at Penn State

5. USC (7-1-0) 5
9/26 Loyola Marymount

6. North Carolina (7-1-1) 6
9/25 at Clemson
9/28 Maryland

7. Texas (7-0-1) 7
9/26 Texas A&M

8. Florida State (6-1-1) 8
9/25 Virginia
9/28 Virginia Tech

9. LSU (6-0-0) 11
9/26 at Mississippi State
9/28 at Mississippi

10. Texas A&M (7-1-0) 12
9/26 at Texas
9/28 at Baylor

11. Duke (8-1-0) 13
9/25 Boston College
9/28 N.C. State

12. Wake Forest (7-1-0) 14
9/25 Maryland
9.28 Boston College

13. West Virginia (6-1-2) 15
9/25 at St. John's
9/28 Syracuse

14. Boston College (6-1-1) 10
9/25 at Duke
9/28 Wake Forest

15. Virginia (6-1-1) 9
9/25 at Florida State
9/28 at Miami (Fla.)

16. Oklahoma State (8-0-0) 17
9/26 Texas Tech
9/28 at Colorado

17. Minnesota (10-0-0) NR
9/26 at Michigan State
9.28 at Michigan

18. Illinois (6-3-0) NR
9/26 at Wisconsin
9/28 at Northwestern

19. Kansas (6-2-0) NR
9/26 at Nebraska
9/28 Iowa State

20. UCF (5-2-1) 18
9/26 at UAB
9/28 at Memphis

21. Florida (5-2-1) 19
9/26 Georgia
9/28 Tennessee

22. Penn State (5-4-0) 16
9/26 at Indiana
9/28 Portland

23. California (5-3-0) 22
9/25 BYU
9/28 Santa Clara

24. Georgetown (6-0-2)
9/26 at Seton Hall
9/28 Rutgers

25. Old Dominion (7-1-0)
9/26 at Georgia State
9/28 at UNC Wilmington

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

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