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Soccer America Men's Top 25
September 7th, 2010 2:08PM
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[COLLEGE]Akron remains No. 1 in the this week's Soccer America Men's Top 25. Virginia moves up one spot to No. 2, ahead of ACC rival North Carolina. Tulsa and Boston College climb into the top five at No. 4 and No. 5. Six teams make their 2010 debuts in the national rankings. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

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Soccer America Men's Preseason Top 25
RANK/TEAM (2010 RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Akron (2-0-0) 1
2. Virginia (2-0-0) 3
3. North Carolina (1-1-0) 2
4. Tulsa (2-0-0) 6
5. Boston College (2-0-0) 9
6. Connecticut (2-0-0) 10
7. Duke (1-0-1) 8
8. Monmouth (2-0-0) 12
9. Ohio State (2-0-0) 14
10. Penn State (2-0-0) 17
11. Louisville (1-0-1) 20
12. Maryland (1-1-0) 4
13. UC Santa Barbara (0-1-1) 5
14. Wake Forest (0-1-1) 7
15. Harvard (2-0-0) NR
16. Georgetown (2-0-0) NR
17. Michigan State (1-1-0) 23
18. Portland (1-0-1) 22
19. California (1-0-1) NR
20. Cal State Bakersfield (2-0-0) NR
21. Indiana (1-1-0) 21
22. New Mexico (1-0-1) NR
23. UCLA (1-1-0) 11
24. St. John's (1-1-0) 15
25. UC Irvine (3-0-0) NR
(Records are for games played through Sept. 6.)

Note:The Soccer America Men's Top 25 will appear in the College Reporter each Tuesday during the regular season.



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