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Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 27th, 2010 4:34PM

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[COLLEGE] Thanks to Thursday's 3-2 win at No. 1 North Carolina, Boston College has taken over the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings for the first time. Stanford remains No. 2 following its 2-0 win over Portland, while Carolina drops to No. 3. Portland falls one spot to No. 4, and Maryland rounds out the top five. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

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Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Sept. 27 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. Boston College (9-0-1) 4
2. Stanford (8-0-2) 2
3. North Carolina (8-1-1) 1
4. Portland (9-1-0) 3
5. Maryland (8-0-1) 6
6. Virginia (7-1-1) 7
7. Notre Dame (9-1-0) 9
8. Florida (7-1-1) 10
9. UCLA (7-2-1) 11
10. Florida State (7-2-0) 13
11. Oklahoma State (8-1-1) 16
12. Minnesota (9-1-2) 19
13. Santa Clara (7-2-2) 12
14. Texas A&M  (8-3-0) 5
15. BYU (8-1-1) 8
16. California (6-1-3) 20
17. USC (7-2-2) 22
18. UCF (7-2-1) 23
19. South Carolina (7-2-2) 24
20. Duke (6-2-3) 14
21. Illinois (7-2-0) 15
22. Colorado (5-3-1) NR
23. UC Irvine (8-1-2) NR
24. Ohio State (7-2-1) NR
25. UNC Greensboro (7-1-1) NR
25. Wake Forest (8-3-0) NR
25. Denver (8-2-0) NR
(Records through games played Sept. 26.)

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



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