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Soccer America Preseason Men's Top 25
August 28th, 2013 6:07AM
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[RANKINGS]  Maryland is No. 1 in the Soccer America Preseason Men's Top 25 ahead of 2012 national champion Indiana and runner-up Georgetown. Connecticut and Creighton round out the Top 25. For the complete Preseason Top 25 rankings ...

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Soccer America Preseason Men's Top 25
RANK TEAM (2013 RECORD)
1. Maryland (20-1-3)
2. Indiana (16-5-3)
3. Georgetown (19-4-3)
4. Connecticut (17-3-1)
5. Creighton (16-4-3)
6. North Carolina (16-4-3)
7. Notre Dame (17-4-1)
8. Saint Louis (16-5-0)
9. New Mexico (17-4-1)
10. Marquette (16-4-1)
11. Akron (18-1-3)
12. Wake Forest (11-4-5)
13. UCLA (13-3-3)
14. Louisville (14-6-1)
15. Coastal Carolina  (20-3-2)
16. Tulsa (14-6-1)
17. Syracuse  (14-6-1)
18. Charlotte  (15-4-3)
19. St. John's (10-5-4)
20. Virginia (10-7-4)
21. San Diego (14-9-0)
22. Northwestern (13-6-4)
23. UC Santa Barbara (10-6-3)
24. Michigan State (12-10-1)
25. Xavier (14-3-5)

Note: The Soccer America Top 25 will appear each Tuesday during the regular season.

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2 comments
  1. Allan Lindh
    commented on: August 28, 2013 at 1:25 p.m.
    If one looks at these rankings one would conclude that Soccer is hardly played west of the Rocky Mountains. No teams in the top 10, 1 in the top 20, 3 in top 25. And yet come tournament time, lo and behold several western teams will go far in the tournament, and most years 1 or 2 will make the final four. Just like the NCAA tournament selection process, it seems clear that east coast schools dominate the voting. Utterly meaningless.
  1. Alex G. Sicre
    commented on: August 28, 2013 at 3:20 p.m.
    Your' right Allan. It' like that every year.

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