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

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Defending national champion USC hosts No. 3 UCLA at the Los Angeles Coliseum on Friday, and No. 7 Virginia hosts No. 5 North Carolina in an ACC match on Friday. No. 6 Florida travels to No. 13 LSU on Sunday for a battle of SEC divisional leaders, while No. 16 Colorado meets No. 11 Texas A&M Sunday in a Big 12 top-of-the-table clash. For the Soccer America Women's Top 25 results and schedules ...

THIS WEEK'S TOP 25
RANK/SCHOOL (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Notre Dame (16-0-0) 1
10/24 Rutgers
10/26 Seton Hall

2. Stanford (12-0-1) 2
10/24 Arizona
10/26 Arizona State

3. UCLA (13-0-2) 3
10/24 at USC

4. Portland (13-1-0) 4
10/24 at San Francisco
10/26 at St. Mary's

5. North Carolina (14-1-1) 5
10/24 at Virginia

6. Florida (14-2-1) 8
10/23 Arkansas 3-0
10/26 at LSU

7. Virginia (12-2-1) 9
10/24 North Carolina

8. Florida State (13-2-1) 10
10/23 Clemson 4-0

9. USC (12-2-1) 6
10/24 UCLA

10. Texas (10-2-3) 12
10/24 at Kansas
10/26 at Missouri

11. Texas A&M (12-3-1) 7
10/24 at Texas Tech
10/26 at Colorado

12. Duke (12-2-2) 11
10/23 at Miami (Fla.) 0-0 (OT)
10/26 Clemson

13. LSU (12-2-1) 17
10/23 at South Carolina 0-0 (OT)
10/26 Florida

14. Oklahoma State (13-1-2) 18
10/24 Iowa State
10/26 Nebraska

15. West Virginia (10-2-5) 21
10/24 at Marquette
10/26 at South Florida

16. Colorado (12-2-3) 20
10/24 Drake
10/26 Texas A&M

17. Boston College (10-4-2) 14
10/23 Maryland 1-0
10/26 Virginia Tech

18. Rutgers (11-4-1) 15
10/24 at Notre Dame
10/26 at DePaul

19. San Diego (11-3-2) 23
10/24 at Pepperdine
10/26 at Loyola Marymount

20. Missouri (11-4-0) NR
10/24 Baylor
10/26 Texas

21. Washington State (7-4-4) NR
10/24 at Oregon
10/26 at Oregon State

22. Wisconsin-Milwaukee (13-2-2) 25
10/24 Detroit
10/26 Valparaiso

23. Princeton (9-1-2) NR
10/25 Harvard

24. Penn State (11-6-0) NR
10/24 at Illinois
10/26 at Purdue

25. Minnesota (15-2-0) 19
10/24 Wisconsin
10/26 Northwestern

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


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