Soccer America Men's Top 25

Maryland, the Big Ten champion, finished No. 1 in the final Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings of the 2016 season. Wake Forest, the ACC champion, was No. 2, while unbeaten Denver moved up to No. 3.

Final Soccer America Men's Top 25:
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Maryland (16-0-2) 1
2. Wake Forest (15-2-3) 2
3. Denver (17-0-3) 4
4. Indiana (11-1-7) 3
5. North Carolina (11-2-3) 5
6. Clemson (12-3-5) 9
7. Michigan State (14-5-1) 6
8. Louisville (12-5-2) 7
9. Charlotte (12-3-2) 8
10. Syracuse (11-3-4) 10
11. Virginia (10-3-5) 11
12. Stanford (11-3-4) 13
13. Washington (13-6-0) 12
14. Virginia Tech (10-4-4) 14
15. San Diego State (9-4-5) 15
16. Notre Dame (11-6-2) 16
17. FGCU (14-3-2) 20
18. Loyola, Ill. (13-3-1) 17
19. Wisconsin (11-4-4) 18
20. Utah Valley (15-4-1) 19
21. Providence (12-6-0) 21
22. UMass Lowell (13-1-2) 22
23. Butler (13-5-1)
24. New Mexico (12-6-2)
25. Albany (12-5-2) NR
Note: Rankings and records are through games played Nov. 13.
2 comments about "Soccer America Men's Top 25".
  1. Fran O'Brien, November 14, 2016 at 10:27 p.m.

    I would like to understand your rankings, which are so different than the NSCAA. Just looking at the top 5 and compare to NSCAA rankings, not to mention the rest of the table.

  2. Ric Fonseca, November 14, 2016 at 10:49 p.m.

    ... and "only three" teams from the Far-Far and wild-wild West teams are in the "top" 25? When will the anti Far West coast bias ever end??? Probably not within the foreseeable future - this has been an on going process since the early 1980's when I served on the selection committees!!!

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