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Soccer America Women's Top 25
November 1st, 2010 4:12PM

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[RANKINGS] Stanford, Portland, Maryland and North Carolina remain 1-2-3-4 in the next-to-last Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings. Virginia moves up two spots to No. 5, while Notre Dame falls four places to No. 9. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

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Soccer America Women's Top 25
(Nov. 1 rankings)
1. Stanford (16-0-2) 1
2. Portland (18-1-0) 2
3. Maryland (15-2-1) 3
4. North Carolina (16-2-1) 4
5. Virginia (13-3-2) 7
6. Florida (15-2-2) 9
7. Oregon State (15-1-1) 10
8. Marquette (15-3-2) 12
9. Notre Dame (15-2-2) 5
10. Texas A&M  (15-3-1) 6
11. Florida State (13-4-1) 8
12. Oklahoma State (15-3-1) 13
13. UC Irvine (15-1-2) 15
14. UNC Greensboro (16-1-1) 16
15. Denver (17-2-0) 17
16. West Virginia (14-4-1) 18
17. Hofstra (17-1-0) 19
18. Boston College (12-5-1) 11
19. Santa Clara (12-5-2) 14
20. South Carolina (14-4-2) 20
21. Texas (11-4-1) 24
22. Boston University (15-5-0) NR
23. UCF (13-3-3) NR
24. New Mexico (11-1-5) 23
25. USC (11-4-3) NR
25. Illinois (12-4-1) 21
25. Ohio State (13-4-1) 22
(Records through games played Oct. 31.)

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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