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Soccer America Women's Top 25
August 22nd, 2016 5:20PM
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Stanford remained No. 1 in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings thanks to a 2-1 win over Navy and 3-0 victory over Georgetown, both on the road. The top seven teams were unchanged. The big climber: Santa Clara, which knocked off ranked USC and Cal, debuts at No. 8. A second WCC team moved into the Top 25: Pepperdine.

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

1 comment
  1. MB S
    commented on: August 22, 2016 at 8:40 p.m.
    Pepperdine is the THIRD WCC team in the top 25, in addition to Santa Clara and BYU. Six from California...

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