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Soccer America Men's Top 25 scoreboard
November 2nd, 2012 3:19AM
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[WEEK 11: Midweek] No. 2 Akron pushed its unbeaten streak to 12 matches and its win streak to 11 with a 1-0 victory over Michigan State. The Zips have now shut out 11 of their last 12 opponents. Andy Craven scored one goal and assisted on two others to lead No. 3 North Carolina to a 4-0 win No. 23. Boston College. Indiana had a chance to clinch a share of the Big Ten regular-season title with a win over Northwestern, but it had to settle for a 1-1 tie in its regular-season finale. For all the Top 25 action ...

Soccer America Men's Top 25
RANK/TEAM (2012 RECORD) PREV.
1. Maryland (14-1-2) 1

11/1: 2-4 at Wake Forest

2. Akron (14-1-2) 2
10/31: 1-0 at Michigan State
11/3: Western Michigan

3. North Carolina (14-2-1) 5
11/1: 4-0 Boston College

4. UCLA (10-2-2) 6
10/29: 1-0 at Washington
11/1: 2-1 Stanford
11/4: California

5. Notre Dame (13-3-1) 7
11/3: at Syracuse

6. Georgetown (15-2-1) 8
11/3: St. John's

7. Marquette (15-2-1) 3
10/31: 3-0 Cincinnati
11/3: Louisville

8. Connecticut (14-2-1) 4
11/4: Villanova

9. Coastal Carolina (15-1-2) 9
11/2: High Point

10. Brown (12-1-2) 10
11/3: Yale

11. Charlotte (12-2-3) 14
11/3: George Washington

12. New Mexico (14-3-0) 16
11/3: Houston Baptist

13. Creighton (12-3-2) 17
11/3: at Evansville

14. Louisville (12-4-1) 18
11/3: at Marquette

15. Xavier (11-1-4) 11
11/2: Rhode Island
11/4: Massachusetts

16. Indiana (11-4-3) 12
11/1: 1-1 Northwestern

17. Saint Louis (12-4-0) 13
11/4: Butler

18. Washington (11-3-3) 19
10/29: 0-1 UCLA

19. VCU (10-2-4) NR
11/2: at Richmond

20. Cal State Northridge (13-5-0) 23
10/31: 1-0 Cal State Fullerton
11/3: UC Irvine

21. Cornell (13-1-0) 21
11/3: Dartmouth

22. SMU (10-3-3) 24
11/2: at Memphis

23. Boston College (8-5-4) 22
11/1: 0-4 at North Carolina

24. St. John's (10-3-4) NR
11/3: at Georgetown

25. Elon (12-4-2) NR

10/30: 0-0 Duke
11/3: Davidson

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