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Final Soccer America Women's Top 25
November 8th, 2010 5:53AM

TAGS:  college women


[RANKINGS] For the second year in a row, Stanford finished as the No. 1 team in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings.  Portland, Maryland and North Carolina remained 2-3-4, while SEC champion Florida climbed to No. 5. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

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

Note: This is the final Soccer America Women's Top 25 of the 2010 season.

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