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Soccer America Men's Top 25 scoreboard
October 10th, 2012 12:54AM
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[WEEK 8: Tuesday] No. 1 Maryland rallied after giving up an early goal to stay unbeaten with a 2-1 victory over Rutgers -- its ninth straight in a row -- thanks to goals by Christiano Francois and Patrick Mullins both set up by John Stertzer. A late second-half goal from senior Andy Huftalin gave No. 2 Marquette a 1-0 victory over Northern Illinois, extending the nation’s longest winning streak to 12 games. No. 3 Akron won its fifth straight game with a 2-0 victory at Penn State. No. 11 Cornell tied a program record with its 11th consecutive victory, a 3-1 victory at Colgate. No. 25 High Point lost for the first time when it fell, 2-1, at Virginia. For all the Top 25 action ...

Soccer America Men's Top 25
1. Maryland (10-0-1) 1

10/9: 2-1 vs. Rutgers

2. Marquette (12-0-0) 7
10/9: 1-0 vs. Northern Illinois

3. Akron (8-1-2) 3
10/10: 2-0 at Penn State

4. UCLA (8-1-2) 5

5. North Carolina (9-1-1) 8
10/9: 1-0 vs. Davidson

6. Connecticut (10-1-1) 2
10/9: 2-0 vs. Iona

7. Notre Dame (10-3-0) 10
10/9: 1-2 at Northwestern

8. Indiana (9-2-2) 11
10/10: 2-2 at Louisville

9. Xavier (9-0-2) 15

10. New Mexico (9-2-0) 4

11. UC Santa Barbara (8-1-3) 6

12. Coastal Carolina (10-1-2) 15
10/10: 3-1 at Campbell

13. SMU (7-2-2) 25

14. Georgetown (10-2-1) 9

15. Old Dominion (7-1-2) 12

16. Cornell (11-0-0) 22
10/9: 3-1 at Colgate

17. Elon (8-2-1) NR
10/9: 3-4 vs. Wofford

18. St. John's (8-1-4) 16

19. Charlotte (7-2-2) 13

20. Boston College (7-3-2) NR
10/10: 1-0 vs. Dartmouth

21. Cal State Northridge (9-4-0) NR

22. Wake Forest (7-2-4) 17
10/9: 2-2 at ETSU

23. USF (6-2-4) 20
10/10: vs. Mercer

24. Brown (8-1-2) 23

25. High Point (10-1-1) 25
10/9: 1-2 at Virginia

25. Saint Louis (7-3-0) 19
Soccer America's Top 25 rankings will appear each week during the regular season.
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