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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016
The hottest team in the country is No. 6 South Carolina, which has run off 10 straight wins and began the week as one of only four unbeaten Division I schools along with No. 1 Stanford, No. 24 South Florida and Bucknell. Read the whole story
Stanford remained No. 1 in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 weekly rankings while Florida State and Georgetown both stayed at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, despite ties. West Virginia moved up one spot to No. 4 and BYU claimed No. 5. For the complete Soccer America Women's Top ... Read the whole story
Maryland took over the top spot in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. The Terrapins, who moved from the ACC to the Big Ten in 2014, are followed by five ACC teams: Louisville, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Clemson and Syracuse. For the complete Soccer America Men's Top 25. Read the whole story

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Stanford remained No. 1 in the second NCAA RPI rankings of the 2016 season, ahead of Georgetown and BYU. The NCAA uses the RPI to help seed teams and select at-large teams for its postseason championship. It takes into account wins, losses and ties, whether they were home and away ... Read the whole story
Is college soccer doomed to irrelevance and decline? Charles Boehm asks that of those in and around the college game (men's and women's). Maryland's Sasho Cirovski, who is leading the fight for a split season, has termed college soccer "the pulse, the glue and the heartbeat of ... Read the whole story
A single goal separated Army and Navy in the Army-Navy Cup at Talen Energy Stadium, home of MLS"s Philadelphia Union. It's fifth straight year the game has been played in Chester, and this year's game drew 10,092 fans, the largest crowd in college soccer this season. Read the whole story

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