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COLLEGE: Soccer America Women's Top 25 (Oct. 27)
October 27th, 2003 8:51PM

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RANK TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK

1. North Carolina (17-0-0) 1

2. Notre Dame (18-0-1) 2

3. Portland (16-2-0) 3

4. UCLA (12-1-3) 4

5. Penn State (16-2-2) 5

6. Virginia (12-3-2) 6

7. West Virginia (14-3-1) 7

8. Santa Clara (10-3-5) 8

9. Florida State (10-5-1) 14

10. Duke (10-5-1) 9

11. Texas A&M (12-3-2) 13

12. Colorado (14-2-1) 10

13. Florida (13-3-1) 12

14. Utah (14-2-0) 16

15. Tennessee (12-4-1) 15

16. Brigham Young (12-4-1) 20

17. Connecticut (10-4-3) 21

18. Washington (9-4-3) 22

19. Maryland (9-6-1) NR

20. Kansas (14-4-1) NR

21. Texas (11-7-0) 23

22. Clemson (9-5-2) NR

23. Nebraska (11-5-1) NR

24. Cal Poly (14-1-2) 24

25. Pepperdine (12-5-0) 11

* Rankings are through games played Oct. 26.

(The Soccer America Women's Top 25 will appear at http://www.socceramerica.com/ each Monday by 6 p.m. PT during the regular season.)



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