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Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 28th, 2009 6:45AM



[COLLEGE] Stanford and North Carolina both overcame close calls and remain 1-2 in the Soccer America Women's Top 25. Portland, UCLA and Florida State all moved up one spot and complete the top five. For the complete Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings ...

Soccer America Women's Top 25
1. Stanford (10-0-0) 1
2. North Carolina (9-0-1) 2
3. Portland (9-1-0) 4
4. UCLA (8-1-1) 5
5. Florida State (9-1-0) 6
6. Boston College (9-1-0) 3
7. South Carolina (10-0-0) 11
8. Notre Dame (7-3-0) 12
9. Michigan State (7-0-2) 13
10. California (6-2-0) 7
11. Santa Clara (8-3-0) 10
12. St. John's (8-1-1) 15
13. Rutgers (8-1-2) 20
14. Oregon (7-1-1) 23
15. Florida (8-3-0) 24
16. Ohio State (8-1-1) 25
17. Connecticut (7-3-0) 16
18. Wake Forest (8-2-0) 17
19. USC (7-3-0) NR
20. LSU (6-2-2) NR
21. Georgia (7-1-1) 8
22. Maryland (8-2-0) 9
23. Virginia (6-2-2) 14
24. BYU (8-2-1) NR
25. Kansas (8-2-1) 18

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