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Soccer America Women's Top 25
October 18th, 2010 5:32PM

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[RANKINGS] There was no change in the top six in the Soccer America  Women's Top 25 as Stanford, the only unbeaten team, remained No. 1. North Carolina, Portland, Maryland, Notre Dame and Boston College held steady at 2-3-4-5-6. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

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Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Oct. 18 rankings)
TEAM (W-L-T) LAST WEEK
1. Stanford (13-0-2) 1
2. North Carolina (13-1-1) 2
3. Portland (15-1-0) 3
4. Maryland (12-1-1) 4
5. Notre Dame (14-1-1) 5
6. Boston College (10-3-1) 6
7. Virginia (10-3-1) 8
8. Oklahoma State (14-1-1) 9
9. Florida State (11-3-0) 7
10. Texas A&M  (13-3-0) 10
11. Florida (12-2-2) 12
12. Oregon State (11-1-1) NR
13. Santa Clara (10-3-2) 15
14. Ohio State (12-2-1) 16
15. Illinois (10-2-1) 17
16. Marquette (12-3-2) 22
17. New Mexico (10-1-3) 25
18. UC Irvine (13-1-2) 19
19. UNC Greensboro (13-1-1) 20
20. UCLA (9-5-1) 14
21. Denver (14-2-0) 21
22. BYU (12-2-1) 11
23. West Virginia (11-4-1) NR
24. Hofstra (14-1-0) NR
25. South Carolina (12-3-2) 13
25. Dayton (14-2-0) NR
25. Georgia (9-3-4) NR
(Records through games played Oct. 17.)

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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  1. Don Hughes
    commented on: October 19, 2010 at 10:38 a.m.
    With 5 losses in 15 games, why is UCLA still ranked 20th?


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