Soccer America Men's Top 25

[COLLEGE RANKINGS] Stanford became the third Pac-12 team after UCLA and Washington to claim the No. 1 spot in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings this season. North Carolina and Indiana moved up to 2-3, while UCLA and Washington rounded out the top five. For the complete Top 25 rankings.

Note:
Rankings and records through Sunday, Nov. 2.

Soccer America Men's Top 25
RANK TEAM (2014 RECORD) PREV.
1. Stanford (10-2-3) 2
2. North Carolina (12-4-1) 3
3. Indiana (11-2-4) 4
4. UCLA (10-4-4) 1
5. Washington (11-3-1) 5
6. Creighton (13-2-2) 6
7. Syracuse (14-2-1) 7
8. Maryland (10-5-2) 10
9. Georgetown (10-3-4) 13
10. California (10-3-1) 14
11. Saint Louis (11-3-2) 16
12. Charlotte (13-2-1) 17
13. Notre Dame (10-4-3) 11
14. Providence (10-3-2) 8
15. Xavier (11-4-2) 12
16. Kentucky (10-3-4) 19
17. Clemson (10-6-1) NR
18. Wake Forest (10-7-0) 22
19. Louisville (8-6-3) 9
20. Radford (11-3-2) NR
21. Rhode Island (10-4-3) 21
22. UC Irvine (12-4-2) 15
23. Akron (10-5-1) NR
24. Northwestern (8-3-5) 25
25. Virginia (9-5-2) 25
Note: The Soccer America Men's Top 25 will appear each Tuesday during the regular season.
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2 comments about "Soccer America Men's Top 25".
  1. Winston Stewart, November 4, 2014 at 3:42 p.m.

    The rankings appear to be biased towards the popularity of the colleges and not necessarily their performance. For example, why is Wake Forest listed at 18 when they have only won 10 games and lost 7?? In the NSCAA rankings, Wake Forest is not even in the top 25. Surely it is about time for Soccer America to get its rankings done accurately!

  2. Pete Morris, November 5, 2014 at 10:47 a.m.

    And Cal has a better record than UCLA, including a pair of victories over UCLA, yet remains ranked six spots behind the Bruins?

    Alas, it's all pretty meaningless at this point. Cal has a chance to avenge two of its three losses, this weekend at home in Berkeley, before the big season finale the following weekend against Stanford.

    I know they also play some pretty good soccer in the Midwest and the Southeast, but the Pac-"12" is setting up for a really fantastic finish.

    Go Bears!

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