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Soccer America Women's Top 25
October 26th, 2009 7AM

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[COLLEGE] Thanks to its 3-2 win over North Carolina, Florida State moved into third place in the Soccer America Women's Top 25. Stanford and Portland remained 1-2. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

Soccer America Women's Top 25
TEAM (2009 RECORD) PREVIOUS
1. Stanford (17-0-0) 1
2. Portland (16-1-0) 2
3. Florida State (13-2-1) 5
4. North Carolina (12-3-1) 3
5. UCLA (14-2-1) 4
6. Boston College (13-2-1) 6
7. Notre Dame (14-3-1) 7
8. Maryland (12-2-2) 8
9. BYU (14-2-2) 11
10. UCF (14-3-1) 14
11. Rutgers (13-2-4) 15
12. Marquette (13-4-2) 18
13. Ohio State (13-2-2) 19
14. Florida (13-4-2) 20
15. South Carolina (15-2-1) 10
16. Virginia Tech (12-4-0) 13
17. Wake Forest (12-3-2) 12
18. USC (12-5-0) 9
19. LSU (11-4-3) 16
20. Missouri (12-4-3) 23
21. Washington State (11-4-1) 21
22. Dayton (12-0-5) 25
23. Mississippi (11-4-2) 17
24. Santa Clara (12-5-1) NR
25. Oregon State (10-5-1) NR
25. Penn State (9-5-2) NR

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