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2009 Men's Soccer RPI
by Paul Kennedy, November 10th, 2009 8:35PM

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No. 1 Akron is first in the final Division I Men's RPI Index the NCAA will release before the 48-team field for the 2009 NCAA championship is released. Seven ACC teams and five Big Ten teams are in the top 25.  For the top 25 rankings ...

RPI Index

      Name    Conference    W-L-T    Road    Neutral   Home    Non-Div I
1    Akron    Mid-American    18-0-0    8-0-0    2- 0- 0    8-0-0    0-0-0
2    Wake Forest    Atlantic Coast    13-3-2    7-1-0    0- 0- 1    6-2-1    0-0-0
3    Northwestern    Big Ten    10-3-4    2-1-2    2- 0- 0    6-2-2    0-0-0
4    North Carolina    Atlantic Coast    13-2-2    4-1-1    0- 0- 0    9-1-1    0-0-0
5    UCLA    Pacific-10    10-3-3    4-3-2    0- 0- 0    6-0-1    0-0-0
6    Indiana    Big Ten    9-8-1    3-4-0    3- 0- 0    3-4-1    0-0-0
7    Virginia    Atlantic Coast    12-3-2    3-1-1    1- 0- 0    8-2-1    0-0-0
8    Harvard    Ivy    12-3-1    6-2-1    0- 0- 0    6-1-0    0-0-0
9    San Diego    West Coast    12-4-1    5-0-0    0- 0- 0    7-4-1    0-0-0
10    Tulsa    Conference USA    11-4-2    5-0-1    1- 2- 0    5-2-1    0-0-0
11    Ohio St.    Big Ten    10-4-4    3-2-0    1- 0- 1    6-2-3    0-0-0
12    Duke    Atlantic Coast    12-5-0    1-4-0    0- 0- 0    11-1-0    0-0-0
13    Penn St.    Big Ten    10-6-2    2-5-0    1- 1- 0    7-0-2    0-0-0
14    Princeton    Ivy    8-5-3    5-3-0    0- 1- 0    3-1-3    0-0-0
15    Loyola Marymount    West Coast    9-8-1    3-5-0    1- 1- 0    5-2-1    0-0-0
16    Maryland    Atlantic Coast    12-4-2    2-3-1    0- 0- 0    10-1-1    0-0-0
17    Michigan St.    Big Ten    10-6-2    1-4-1    3- 0- 0    6-2-1    0-0-0
18    Stanford    Pacific-10    10-4-2    4-3-1    0- 0- 0    6-1-1    0-0-0
19    Butler    Horizon    13-2-1    6-2-1    1- 0- 0    6-0-0    0-0-0
20    Monmouth    Northeast    16-1-1    7-1-1    1- 0- 0    8-0-0    0-0-0
21    St. John's    Big East    8-2-8    2-2-5    1- 0- 0    5-0-3    0-0-0
22    San Diego St.    Pacific-10    6-6-5    2-1-2    0- 0- 0    4-5-3    0-0-0
23    Charlotte    Atlantic 10    11-3-4    6-3-2    0- 0- 0    5-0-2    0-0-0
24    Boston College    Atlantic Coast    11-7-0    4-4-0    0- 0- 0    7-3-0    0-0-0
25    North Carolina St.    Atlantic Coast    12-5-1    1-3-0    2- 0- 0    9-2-1    0-0-0



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