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Soccer America Men's Top 25 schedule
August 22nd, 2012 8:35PM
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[RANKINGS]No. 7 New Mexico travels to No. 8 UCLA in Friday's top clash on the opening day of the men's season. Other Top 25 matchups over the weekend: Notre Dame-Duke and Northwestern-Xavier on Saturday, Maryland-Louisville on Sunday and Charlotte-Coastal Carolina on Monday. For the complete Top 25 schedule ...

Soccer America Men's Preseason Top 25
RANK/TEAM (2011 RECORD)
1. Connecticut (19-3-3)

8/25: St. Francis (N.Y.)
2. Akron (15-4-4)
8/24: FGCU
3. Maryland (14-4-3)

8/26: Louisville
4. UC Santa Barbara (15-7-1)
8/26: at Loyola Marymount
5. Charlotte (16-5-4)
8/25: Denver
8/27: Coastal Carolina
6. North Carolina (21-2-3)
8/24: Gardner-Webb
7. New Mexico (18-0-4)
8/24: at UCLA
8. UCLA (18-4-2)
8/24: New Mexico
9. Indiana (13-4-5)
8/24: at Saint Louis, Billiken Classic
8/26: Cincinnati, Billiken Classic
10. USF (13-4-4)
8/24: Michigan
11. Boston College (14-6-1)
8/24: at Quinnipiac
8/27: Boston Univ.
12. Old Dominion (12-6-2)
8/25: Navy
13. St. John's (14-7-2)
8/24: Boston Univ.
8/26: Colgate
14. Coastal Carolina (18-4-0)
8/24: Longwood
8/27: at Charlotte
15. Creighton (21-2-1)
8/24: Northern Illinois
16. Louisville (14-7-2)
8/26: at Maryland
17. Northwestern (11-5-5)
8/25: Xavier
18. Notre Dame (9-5-4)
8/25: Duke
19. Wake Forest (8-8-5)
8/25: Wofford
20. Furman (14-4-4)
8/24: at Presbyterian
8/27: at Gardner-Webb
21. Duke (11-8-3)
8/25: at Notre Dame
22. Xavier (12-5-4)
8/25: at Northwestern
23. West Virginia (11-8-1)
8/25: Hartford
8/27: Stetson
24. SMU (13-7-1)
8/24: Campbell
25. UC Irvine (16-6-1)
8/24: at San Diego
Soccer America's Top 25 rankings will appear each Monday during the regular season.
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