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Soccer America Men's College Top 25
September 11th, 2017 7:18PM
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Maryland and Indiana, which played to a 0-0 tie on Friday night, are now 1-2 in the Soccer America Men's College 25 rankings after Stanford fell at home to Tulsa, 2-0. There are only three unbeaten and untied teams left in the top 10: No. 4 Notre Dame (4-0-0), No. 8 Furman (5-0-0) and No. 9 Pacific (6-0-0). For the complete Top 25.
Week 3's big results:
Stanford 0 Tulsa 2. Senior Rollie Rocha scored two goals off penalty kicks to give the Golden Hurricane only its second win over a top-ranked team. The first also came against Stanford, in 2002.

Wake Forest 1 Georgia State 2. Senior Rashid Alarape scored his first goal of the season in overtime to give Georgia State the win after the Panthers and Demon Deacons traded penalty kicks in the second half.

N.C. State 1 Clemson 0. Manny Perez scored his third goal in as many matches in the seventh minute following a tremendous through ball from fellow freshman David Loera to give the Wolfpack its biggest win yet under new head coach George Kiefer.

Maryland pushed its season attendance average to 5,148 fans for four games when it drew 6,981 fans at Ludwig Field for the Terrapins' 0-0 tie with Indiana. The NCAA season record: 5,873 by UC Santa Barbara in 2010.

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Soccer America Men's Top 25:
1. Maryland (4-0-1) 2
2. Indiana (4-0-1) 3
3. Stanford (4-1-0) 1
4. Notre Dame (4-0-0) 7
5. Virginia (3-0-1) 6
6. Wake Forest (4-1-0) 4
7. Clemson (4-1-0) 5
8. Furman (5-0-0) 10
9. Pacific (6-0-0) 11
10. UNC Wilmington (4-1-0) 9
11. North Carolina (4-1-0) 12
12. Louisville (3-1-1) 8
13. Syracuse (3-0-2) 14
14. Omaha (6-0-0) 17
15. Michigan State (5-0-0) 24
16. Duke (4-0-1) 25
17. Georgetown (4-0-1) NR
18. N.C. State (3-1-0) NR
19. Tulsa (2-1-1) NR
20. Akron (2-2-0) 20
21. Creighton (3-2-0) 23
22. Kentucky (4-0-1) NR
23. Michigan (4-0-1) NR
24. UMass Lowell (3-1-0) 16
25. Georgia State (3-2-0) NR
25. West Virginia (3-0-2) NR
Note: Rankings and records are through games played Sunday, Sept. 10.
Soccer America Top 25 rankings will appear each Tuesday during the regular season.

  1. Kevin Sims
    commented on: September 12, 2017 at 3:09 p.m.
    ACC 9 of top 18 ... wowser!
  1. Kerry Solomon
    commented on: September 15, 2017 at 7:51 p.m.
    And many of them are transplants from the Big East conference.

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