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Soccer America Preseason Women's Top 25
August 19th, 2014 9:12PM

TAGS:  college women


[COLLEGE RANKINGS] UCLA, which is coming off its first national championship, is ranked No. 1 in the Soccer America Preseason Women's Top 25. Florida State, which fell to the Bruins in the 2013 College Cup finals, is No. 2. Three other ACC teams -- Virginia, North Carolina and Virginia Tech -- complete the top five. For the Top 25 preseason rankings.

Soccer America Preseason Women's Top 25
1. UCLA (22-1-3)
2. Florida State (23-2-3)
3. Virginia (24-1-1)
4. North Carolina (20-5-0)
5. Virginia Tech (19-5-3)
6. Florida (19-5-1)
7. Stanford (16-4-2)
8. Texas A&M (18-5-2)
9. Penn State (15-7-1)
10. Duke (9-9-6)
11. Notre Dame (13-8-1)
12. Marquette (18-4-0)
13. Boston College (13-10-1)
14. Wake Forest (12-7-2)
15. Georgetown (16-3-2)
16. West Virginia (16-4-3)
17. BYU  (15-5-1)
18. Portland (17-3-1)
19. UCF (16-3-4)
20. Santa Clara (16-4-2)
21. Wisconsin (10-7-2)
22. Texas Tech (18-2-3)
23. California (11-5-5)
24. San Diego State (13-7-2)
25. South Carolina (17-3-2)

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