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Soccer America Women's Top 25
September 26th, 2011 7:24PM
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[RANKINGS] There was no change in the top four in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings. Stanford is followed by UCLA, Oklahoma State and Duke. Boston College and Wake Forest moved up to positions 5-6, and Virginia took over at No. 7 following its 1-0 overtime win at North Carolina. For the complete rankings ...

Soccer America Women's Top 25
1. Stanford (9-0-1) 1
2. UCLA (8-0-1) 2
3. Oklahoma State (13-0-0) 3
4. Duke (11-1-0) 4
5. Boston College (8-0-2) 6
6. Wake Forest (10-1-0) 7
7. Virginia (8-2-1) 14
8. Memphis (10-0-0) 8
9. North Carolina (6-2-0) 5
10. Florida State (8-3-0) 10
11. Maryland (7-2-3) 9
12. Milwaukee (10-1-0) 12
13. Marquette (10-2-0) 15
14. Tennessee (8-2-0) 17
15. Florida (8-3-0) 11
16. Pepperdine (8-0-4) 16
17. Wisconsin (7-3-1) 19
18. Dayton (10-1-0) 20
19. Penn State (9-3-0) 21
20. Auburn (8-1-1) 22
21. West Virginia (8-3-0) 23
22. Santa Clara (5-1-4) NR
23. UC Irvine (7-2-1) NR
24. Texas A&M (8-4-0) 25
25. Ohio State (8-3-1) NR

Note: Records though Sunday's games.

Soccer America's Top 25 rankings will appear each Monday during the regular season.

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