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Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 12th, 2011 5:54PM

TAGS:  college women


[RANKINGS] Stanford took over the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings, and UCLA, Oklahoma State and Duke each moved up two spots to 2-3-4. North Carolina, last week's No. 1 team, fell to No. 5 after being upset by Texas A&M, 4-3, in overtime on Sunday. For the complete rankings ...

Soccer America Women's Top 25
1. Stanford (7-0-1) 2
2. UCLA (6-0-1) 4
3. Oklahoma State (8-0-0) 5
4. Duke (7-1-0) 6
5. North Carolina (5-1-0) 1
6. Florida State (7-1-0) 9
7. Maryland (6-0-2) 3
8. Boston College (4-0-2) 11
9. Marquette (7-1-0) 12
10. Florida (5-2-0) 8
11. Wisconsin-Milwaukee (7-1-0) 14
12. Memphis (7-0-0) 16
13. Pepperdine (6-0-2) 17
14. Notre Dame (3-3-1) 7
15. UCF (4-1-1) NR
16. Penn State (6-2-0) 25
17. Virginia (6-1-1) 10
18. UC Irvine (5-1-1) 13
19. Santa Clara (3-0-4) 18
20. Virginia Tech (7-1-0) 15
21. Wake Forest (6-1-0) 22
22. Auburn (5-1-0) 23
23. Tennessee (6-1-0) 25
24. Missouri (7-1-0) NR
25. California (6-1-0) NR

Note: Records though Sunday's games.

Soccer America's Top 25 rankings will appear each Monday during the regular season.

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