Soccer America Women's College Top 25

Stanford regained the top spot in the Soccer America Women's College 25 rankings ahead of UCLA, which fell to No. 2 after its 2-2 tie at Arizona. North Carolina, Duke and South Carolina remained 3-4-5. For the complete Top 25 rankings.

Week 8's big results:

Arizona 2 UCLA 2. The Wildcats rallied from two goals down to tie the Bruins on goals by Hannah Clifford and Amanda Porter. Keeper Lainey Burdett then preserved the tie when she saved Hallie Mace's penalty kick.

Duke 2 Florida State 0. The Blue Devils won their 13th straight win game and are 6-0-0 in ACC play, marking their best start ever in conference action.

Tennessee 6 Mississippi 4. Juniors Anna Bialczak and Rylie O'Keefe both scored two goals to power the Vols to the most goals they have scored in an SEC match in five seasons.

Notable:
Lesle Gallimore won her 250th game with Washington, which beat Oregon, 1-0, to improve to 9-3-2 on the season.

NCAA Division I women's unbeatens:
Texas (11-0-2)
UCLA (11-0-2)
Wisconsin-Milwaukee (11-0-3)

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Soccer America Women's Top 25:
TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK
1. Stanford (12-1-0) 2
2. UCLA (11-0-2) 1
3. North Carolina (10-2-0) 3
4. Duke (13-1-0) 4
5. South Carolina (12-1-0) 5
6. Florida (11-2-0) 9
7. Texas (11-0-2) 7
8. Georgetown (10-2-2) 8
9. Florida State (9-3-0) 6
10. Penn State (9-3-1) 10
11. West Virginia (11-3-0) 11
12. USC (10-1-1) 13
13. Virginia (8-3-3) 12
14. Princeton (11-1-0) 14
15. Ohio State (11-2-1) 15
16. Texas A&M (10-2-1) 17
17. UCF (9-1-1) 18
18. Wake Forest (9-3-2) 16
19. Tennessee (12-1-1) 20
20. Cincinnati (10-1-2) 22
21. California (10-2-1) 23
22. Minnesota (9-2-3) 24
23. Oklahoma State (11-2-2) 21
24. Butler (10-1-3) 19
25. Pepperdine (9-2-2)
Note: Rankings and records are through games played Sunday, Oct. 8.
Soccer America Top 25 rankings will appear each Tuesday during the regular season.
1 comment about "Soccer America Women's College Top 25".
  1. Ric Fonseca, October 10, 2017 at 3:15 p.m.

    Holy Moley Batman, the selection committee has discovered that there are five, yup, count them cinco, five !!!, DI teams that merit ranking this week.  And even somewhat funnier, the five of them are from California, three from So Cal and two from NorCal!!! I guess they don't play in Arizona, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, etc!!!  Oh well, I suppose this is better than what is happening or not happening on the Men's ranking!

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