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Final Soccer America Women's Top 25
November 8th, 2012 4:58PM
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[RANKINGS: Week 12] Stanford finished as the No. 1 team in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings. ACC champion Virginia moved up to No. 2 in the final rankings. WCC champion BYU, Florida State and UCLA rounded out the top five. For the final Top 25 ...

Note: These rankings have been corrected. Rankings sent out at 2 pm PT was missing one spot in Top 25. Records and rankings are through games played Nov. 4.

Soccer America Women's Top 25
RANK/TEAM (2012 RECORD) PREV.
1. Stanford (17-1-1) 1
2. Virginia (16-4-1) 8
3. BYU (18-1-1) 5
4. Florida State (16-3-0) 2
5. UCLA (15-2-2) 3
6. Penn State (17-3-1) 4
7. San Diego State (19-1-1) 9
8. Marquette (16-2-2) 10
9. Baylor (17-1-4) 14
10. Florida (17-4-1) 15
11. Ohio State (16-4-1) 21
12. Wake Forest (13-5-3) 6
13. Maryland (13-6-2) 7
14. North Carolina (10-5-2) 11
15. Duke (12-5-2) 12
16. West Virginia (11-4-4) 13
17. Texas A&M (17-4-1) 16
18. California (15-5-0) 17
19. Georgetown (15-3-3) 18
20. La Salle (17-4-1) 25
21. Portland (11-4-4) 22
22. Santa Clara (10-3-6) 23
23. Notre Dame (13-4-2) 20
24. Miami, Ohio (19-2-1) NR
25. Tennessee (14-4-3) 24
This is the final Soccer America's Top 25. Rankings appear each week during the regular season.
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1 comment
  1. John Riley
    commented on: November 9, 2012 at 1:01 a.m.
    The tournament is always skewed against west coast teams. For #1 and #5 to be scheduled to meet in the quarterfinals is absurd. C

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