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2015 Soccer America Weekly College Soccer Top 25

November 4, 2015 08:35 AM

SALogo_homeSoccer America's weekly Top 25 rankings will be available each week of the 2015 NCAA Division I college soccer season. Continue to check back to see if your favorite program or future school makes the list.

Men's Top 25

Wake Forest replaces Creighton as the No. 1 team in the Soccer America Top 25 rankings following the Bluejays' 2-1 loss to Xavier, their first in 16 games. Clemson and North Carolina follow at 2-3, while Creighton and Stanford, a 2-1 loser to Washington Monday night, are 4-5.

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

RANK TEAM (RECORD) PREV.
1. Wake Forest (14-1-2) 3
2. Clemson (14-1-2) 4
3. North Carolina (14-1-2) 5
4. Creighton (16-1-0) 1
5. Stanford (13-3-2) 2
6. Georgetown (12-2-2) 7
7. Coastal Carolina (12-1-2) 8
8. Denver (12-0-3) 9
9. Notre Dame (9-3-5) 10
10. Akron (12-3-2) 6
11. Seattle (15-3-0) 12
12. SMU (12-2-3) 14
13. Virginia (9-3-3) 13
14. UC Santa Barbara (13-5-2) 17
15. Kentucky (10-3-2) 18
16. Cal Poly (10-3-5) 16
17. Rutgers (11-4-1) 20
18. California (9-5-2) NR
19. Old Dominion (8-3-3) 11
20. USF (10-4-3) 15
21. New Mexico (7-5-4) 19
22. Xavier (11-4-1) NR
23. Elon (13-4-0) 23
24. Washington (7-4-5) NR
24. Ohio State (10-5-2) NR
 

Women's Top 25

Virginia holds on the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings. Stanford moves up to No. 2, switching places with Florida State. The next three remain the same: West Virginia, North Carolina and Clemson at 4-5-6.

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

RANK TEAM (RECORD) PREV.
1. Virginia (15-1-1) 1
2. Stanford (16-2-0) 3
3. Florida State (13-2-3) 2
4. West Virginia (15-1-1) 4
5. North Carolina (14-3-1) 5
6. Clemson (13-3-1) 6
7. Notre Dame (13-4-1) 8
8. Florida (14-3-1) 9
9. Rutgers (15-2-2) 10
10. Virginia Tech (14-3-2) 7
11. Penn State (14-3-2) 12
12. BYU (14-2-2) 13
13. USC (13-5-1) 11
14. UConn (16-2-0) 14
15. St. John's (15-2-1) 19
16. Arizona (12-4-2) 16
17. Washington (12-5-2) 18
18. California (13-5-2) 20
19. Duke (10-5-4) 22
20. Santa Clara (12-5-2) 23
21. USF (14-3-2) 24
22. South Carolina (12-4-2) 25
23. Texas Tech (10-3-5) NR
24. Mississippi (13-4-2) 17
25. Auburn (14-4-0) NR

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