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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
Unbeaten Maryland remained No. 1 in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings, while North Carolina climbed two spots to No. 2. Wake Forest, Indiana and Denver moved into the top five at 3-4-5. For the complete Soccer America Men's Top 25. Read the whole story
There was no change in the top five in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 weekly rankings. West Virginia remained No. 1 while Georgetown, South Carolina, Stanford and USC followed. For the complete Soccer America Women's Top 25. Read the whole story
Stanford scored three times in less than 15 minutes in the second half to beat UCLA, 3-0, and improve to 5-0-0 in the Pac-12. The Cardinal is six points clear of Washington halfway through the conference schedule. Read the whole story
Notre Dame beat North Carolina for the first time ever in South Bend when a goal by freshman forward Jennifer Westendorf on a free kick gave the Irish a 1-0 victory in ACC women's action. Read the whole story
Five players from defending national champion Penn State were among the 21 players Coach Michelle French named the USA's 21-player roster for the 2016 U-20 Women's World Cup (Nov. 13-Dec. 3) in Papua New Guinea. All the collegians in her team are red-shirting this fall. Read the whole story

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