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NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Women's Top 25
September 19th, 2012 3:27PM
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[RANKINGS] No. 1 William Smith dropped a 1-0 decision to Fredonia State and fell to No. 10 in the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Women's Top 25. The Herons outshot the Blue Devils, 22-7, but could not make up for Katie Kleine's goal in the 30th minute. Wheaton (Ill.) (5-0-0) took over the top spot, while Emory (4-0-2), which tied Roanoke, 1-1, remained No. 2. For the complete Top 25 ...

Rank School Prev. W-L-T
1 Wheaton (Ill.) 3 5-0-0
2 Emory 2 4-0-2
3 Trinity (Texas) 5 4-0-1
3 Messiah 4 4-1-1
5 Hardin-Simmons 7 4-0-1
6 Amherst 7 2-0-0
6 Johns Hopkins 6 5-1-1
8 Ithaca 12 6-0-0
9 Middlebury 10 3-0-0
10 William Smith 1 4-1-1
11 Lynchburg 11 6-0-1
12 Washington (Mo.) 9 5-1-0
13 Centre 13 5-0-0
14 Virginia Wesleyan 14 6-0-1
15 Augustana 15 5-0-0
16 College of New Jersey 17 6-0-0
17 Union (N.Y.) 19 6-0-0
18 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 16 5-0-1
19 Wheaton (Mass.) 23 5-0-1
20 Ohio Northern 20 2-0-2
21 Misericordia 21 5-0-1
22 SUNY Fredonia NR 4-1-0
23 Wartburg 22 5-1-1
24 Brandeis 18 5-1-0
25 Linfield NR 6-0-0

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