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SCOREBOARD: Soccer America Men's Top 25
October 24th, 2008 8AM

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Weekend play includes four Top 25 clashes: Boston College-Wake Forest, Northwestern-Michigan, UC Davis-UC Irvine and Connecticut-Notre Dame all on Saturday. For the America Men's Top 25 results and schedules ...

THIS WEEK'S TOP 25
RANK/SCHOOL (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Wake Forest (14-0-1) 1
10/21 at Davidson 3-0
10/25 Boston College

2. Creighton (10-1-2) 2
10/21 at Missouri State 0-0 (OT)

3. Akron (12-1-2) 3
10/22 Michigan 1-0
10/25 Western Michigan

4. Northwestern (11-0-2) 4
10/22 Northern Illinois 1-0
10/25 Michigan

5. St. John's (12-1-2) 5
10/25 at DePaul

6. Maryland (12-3-0) 6
10/21 at West Virginia 1-0
10/25 at N.C. State

7. North Carolina (11-2-1) 15
10/25 at Clemson

8. UC Davis (12-2-2) 7
10/22 Cal State Northridge 3-2
10/25 UC Irvine

9. Loyola (Md.) (12-0-1) 17
10/24 at Iona
10/26 at Fairfield

10. Tulsa (10-3-1) 12
10/20 Oral Roberts 4-0
10/26 at Memphis

11. UIC (9-2-4) 8
10/25 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee

12. South Florida (9-3-2) 9
10/21 Florida Atlantic 3-0
10/24 at Villanova

13. Louisville (9-4-2) 10
10/22 at Indiana 0-1
10/25 at Rutgers

14. Michigan (9-4-2) 11
10/22 at Akron 0-1
10/25 at Northwestern

15. California (7-2-4) 18
no games

16. UC Santa Barbara (8-4-2) 19
10/25 at Cal State Fullerton

17. Connecticut (7-3-5) 20
10/22 Yale 0-0 (OT)
10/25 Notre Dame

18. Indiana (8-4-2) NR
10/22 Louisville 1-0
10/26 at Ohio State

19. Boston College (7-4-2) NR
10/25 at Wake Forest

20. Dayton (9-2-2) NR
10/24 Fordham
10/26 LaSalle

21. Saint Louis (6-2-5) 13
10/25 at Charlotte

22. Virginia (8-4-1) 14
10/21 Longwood 2-2 (OT)
10/25 at Duke

23. Notre Dame (9-4-2) 16
10/22 at Seton Hall 1-1 (OT)
10/25 at Connecticut

24. Butler (11-2-2) NR
10/21 Eastern Illinois 1-0

25. UC Irvine (8-1-5) 22
10/22 at Cal Poly 1-1 (OT)
10/25 at UC Davis

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



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