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SCOREBOARD: Soccer America Men's Top 25
October 30th, 2008 8AM
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No. 1 Wake Forest and No. 8 Loyola (Md.) put their unbeaten records on the line this weekend. The Demon Deacons travel to No. 7 North Carolina on Saturday, while the Greyhounds host St. Peter's and Manhattan in MAAC action. For this week's Soccer America Men's Top 25 results and schedules ...

THIS WEEK'S TOP 25
RANK/SCHOOL (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Wake Forest (15-0-1) 1
11/1 at North Carolina

2. Akron (13-1-3) 3
10/29 at Penn State 1-1 (OT)
11/1 at Hartwick

3. Creighton (10-1-2) 2
11/1 Drake

4. Maryland (13-3-0) 6
10/31 at Virginia

5. Northwestern (13-1-2) 4
10/28 at Loyola (Ill.) 1-0
11/1 at Michigan State

6. St. John's (12-1-3) 5
10/28 at Rutgers (postponed)
10/31 Cincinnati

7. North Carolina (11-4-1) 7
10/28 at Campbell 0-2
11/1 Wake Forest

8. Loyola (Md.) (14-0-1) 9
10/31 St. Peter's
11/2 Manhattan

9. UC Davis (12-2-3) 8
11/2 at Cal Poly

10. Tulsa (12-3-1) 10
10/29 at FIU 2-0
11/1 South Carolina

11. UIC (10-2-4) 11
10/31 at Valparaiso
11/2 Loyola (Ill.)

12. South Florida (10-4-2) 12
10/28 at Cincinnati 0-1
11/1 Rutgers

13. UC Santa Barbara (10-4-2) 16
10/29 at Cal State Northridge 3-1
11/1 UC Irvine

14. Indiana (9-4-3) 18
10/29 Kentucky 1-1 (OT)
11/1 at Penn State

15. California (7-2-4) 15
10/31 at UCLA
11/1 at San Diego State

16. Connecticut (8-3-6) 17
10/28 at Pittsburgh 2-2 (OT)
10/31 at Seton Hall

17. Michigan (10-4-2) 14
11/1 Ohio State

18. Dayton (11-2-2) 20
10/31 at Temple
11/2 at St. Joseph's

19. Saint Louis (7-2-5) 21
10/31 St. Bonaventure
11/2 Duquesne

20. Louisville (10-5-2) 13
10/29 DePaul 2-0
11/1 at Syracuse

21. Butler (12-2-3) 24
10/28 at Bradley 2-1
10/31 at Detroit Mercy
11/2 Cleveland State

22. Duke (9-5-2) NR
10/28 Colgate 1-0
11/2 Northern Illinois

23. UCLA (7-4-5) NR
10/31 California
11/1 Stanford

24. Georgetown (9-4-3) NR
10/29 at Notre Dame 1-2
11/1 Marquette

25. UC Irvine (9-1-6) 25
10/29 Cal State Fullerton 2-1
11/1 at UC Santa Barbara

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



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