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Soccer America Women's Top 25 scoreboard
October 26th, 2012 4:13AM

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[WEEK 11: Thursday] Cloee Colohan scored two goals to lead No. 5 BYU to a 4-1 win over San Diego that improved the Cougars' record to 15-1-1. No. 8 North Carolina and No. 10 Virginia warmed up for the ACC Tournament with big wins over N.C. State (4-1) and No. 22 Boston College (5-1), respectively. For all the Top 25 action ...

Soccer America Women's Top 25
RANK/TEAM (2012 RECORD) PREV.
1. Florida State (15-2-0) 1
10/25: 0-1 at Miami (Fla.)
10/28: Boston College

2. Stanford (14-1-1) 2
10/26: at USC
10/28: at UCLA

3. UCLA (13-0-2) 3
10/26: California
10/28: Stanford

4. Penn State (15-2-1) 4
10/26: at Purdue

5. BYU (15-1-1) 8

10/25: 4-1 San Diego
10/27: St. Mary's

6. Wake Forest (12-3-3) 12
10/28: Duke

7. Maryland (11-5-2) 5
10/28: Miami (Fla.)

8. North Carolina (10-4-2) 7

10/26: 4-1 N.C. State
10/28: Virginia

9. Duke (12-4-2) 6
10/28: at Wake Forest

10. Virginia (13-4-1) 11

10/25: 5-1 Boston College
10/28: at North Carolina

11. San Diego State (16-1-1) 13
10/26: New Mexico

12. Marquette (13-2-2) 15
10/28: Georgetown

13. California (14-3-0) 18
10/26: at UCLA
10/28: at USC

14. West Virginia (10-3-4) 19
10/26: at Texas

15. Baylor (13-1-4) 20
10/26: TCU

16. Florida (14-4-1) 9
10/25: 3-0 at South Carolina

17. Texas A&M (16-3-1) 10
10/25: 2-1 vs. Missouri

18. Georgetown (14-2-2) 14
10/28: DePaul

19. Michigan (13-3-1) 16
10/27: Illinois

20. Pepperdine (11-4-0) 17
10/26: at Portland
10/28: at Gonzaga

21. Santa Clara (9-3-4) 21
10/26: at San Francisco

22. Boston College (10-6-3) NR
10/25: 1-5 at Virginia
10/28: at Florida State

23. Denver (12-1-4) 23
10/26: at Idaho
10/28: at Seattle

24. Notre Dame (12-4-2) 24
10/28: Syracuse

25. Ohio State (12-4-1) 25
10/26: at Indiana
Soccer America's Top 25 rankings will appear each week during the regular season.
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