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Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 6th, 2016 2:36PM
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Stanford picked up two more wins to remain unbeaten and untied in the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 weekly rankings. West Virginia and Virginia move up one position each to 2-3. Florida and North Carolina round out the top five.

Week 4, Top 25 Matchups:
THURSDAY
8 Florida State vs. 14 Connecticut
FRIDAY
1 Stanford vs. 24 Minnesota
6 Duke vs. 2 West Virginia
7 UCLA vs. 5 North Carolina
SUNDAY
20 Georgetown vs. 3 Virginia

The big upset of last week came Monday night when South Alabama defeated Florida State, 1-0. The Seminoles began the week at No. 2.

Soccer America Women's Top 25:
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Stanford (5-0-0) 1
2. West Virginia (5-0-1) 3
3. Virginia (6-0-0) 4
4. Florida (4-1-0) 5
5. North Carolina (4-0-1) 8
6. Duke (4-1-1) 10
7. UCLA (3-1-0) 11
8. Florida State (3-1-0) 2
9. BYU (4-1-0) 12
10. South Carolina (5-0-1) 22
11. California (5-1-0) 15
12. Penn State (2-2-1) 13
13. Ohio State (5-1-0) 17
14. Connecticut (5-1-0) 19
15. Texas A&M (4-2-0) 20
16. Boston College (5-0-1) 23
17. Virginia Tech (5-1-0) 16
18. Clemson (3-2-0) 6
19. George Washington (5-0-0) NR
20. Georgetown (4-1-0) NR
21. Rutgers (3-1-1) 7
22. Arkansas (5-1-0) 9
23. Texas Tech (4-1-1) 21
24. Minnesota (5-1-0) 24
25. USF (5-0-0) NR
Note: Rankings and records are through games played Sept. 5.


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