Top 10: NCAA Division I men's rankings

United Soccer Coaches, Week 5:
1. Georgetown (7-0-0). Zach Riviere had goal and assist in 3-0 win over Dartmouth.
2. Washington (7-0-0). Kalani Kossa-Rienzi's first career goal clinched 2-0 win at Portland.
3. West Virginia (6-0-2). Steven Tekesky has five shutouts (25 in his career).
4. Duke (6-1-0). Eliot Hamill named ACC Defensive Player of the Week for third time.
5. Marshall (4-1-3). Vitor Dias and Vinicius Fernandes scored in 2-0 win over Akron.
6. New Hampshire (9-0-0). Rallied with 4 second-half goals to beat Hartford (4-1).
7. Tulsa (7-0-0). Beat South Florida (5-2) and Memphis (1-0) on road in AAC openers.
8. Maryland (7-1-0). Freshman Hunter George has first goal in 2-1 win over Ohio State.
9. Loyola Marymount  (9-0-1). Beat Cal (1-0) on Narciso Cervantes' team-high fourth goal.
10. Kentucky (5-0-2). Played to 0-0 tie with Marshall, second C-USA tie for both teams.
Also:
11. Virginia Tech (5-1-2)
12. SMU (5-0-2)
13. San Diego State (6-0-2)
14. Louisville (6-2-0)
15. Saint Louis (5-0-3)
16. Pittsburgh (5-3-0)
17. Bowling Green (7-1-1)
18. Missouri State (6-1-0)
19. Clemson (7-2-0)
20. Grand Canyon (6-1-0)
21. FIU (6-1-1)
22. Providence (6-1-1)
23. UCLA (6-2-0)
24. Rutgers (7-1-1)
25. Santa Clara (6-1-1)
Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, September 26.
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