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Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 20th, 2016 4:10PM
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Stanford regained the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 weekly rankings following West Virginia's 1-0 loss to Georgetown, which jumped up six places to No. 3.  Florida State is No. 2, while Virginia and West Virginia round out the top five.

Week 6, Top 25 Matchups:
THURSDAY
6 North Carolina vs. 18 Virginia Tech
23 N.C. State vs. 19 Notre Dame
SUNDAY
2 Florida State vs. 4 Virginia
18 Virginia Tech vs. 6 Duke
16 Clemson vs. 6 North Carolina

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



1 comment
  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: September 25, 2016 at 9:53 p.m.
    Well folks here we go yet again, with another year only a few teams west of the Rockies seeing getting virtually ignored by the committee of coaches that make up the weekly rankings!!! For too long a time I have seen this ludicrous scenario play out, making the readers believe that no other teams, say west of BYU and the ones listed above, are even worthy of even an "honorable mention" as being among the very best. When will this anti-west coast bias end? Your guess is as good as mine, and if we do see other teams such as say Chico State University, U Washington, San Diego Univ and San Diego State, etc., etc., it would be indeed a miracle. Then again, maybe some of you the readers really "... don't give a damn!" (with all respects to GWTW!!!)

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