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NCAA men's and women's soccer rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America men's rankings:

1. Akron (all 23 first-place votes) 5-0-0; 2. Tulsa 5-0-0; 3. North Carolina 3-1-0; 4. Monmouth 6-0-0; 5. Maryland 3-1-1; 6. Connecticut 5-0-1; 7. Virginia 3-1-1; 8. Louisville 4-0-1; 9. SMU 7-0-0; 10. Boston College 3-0-2; 11. Duke 2-1-2; 12. St. John's 5-1-0; 13. UCLA 4-1-1; 14. California 4-1-1; 15. Michigan State 5-1-0; 16. Creighton 5-1-0; 17. Butler 5-0-0; 18. UC Irvine 5-1-0; 19. Wake Forest 2-2-1; 20. Penn State 5-1-0; 21. Harvard 2-1-2; 22. Brown 4-0-2; 23. Ohio State 4-2-0; 24. South Florida 4-1-1; 25. Pennsylvania 5-1-0.

In local action tonight, American visits Virginia and George Mason plays at Maryland, the Terrapins' 1,000th game in program history.

For the women's rankings.....

1. North Carolina (all 33 first-place votes) 8-0-1; 2. Stanford 6-0-2; 3. Portland 9-0-0; 4. Boston College 7-0-1; 5. Notre Dame 7-1-0; 6. Texas A&M 7-2-0; 7. Florida 6-1-1; 8. Maryland 8-0-0; 9. BYU 7-0-1; 10. Santa Clara 6-1-2; 11. Virginia 6-1-1; 12. Oklahoma State 7-1-1; 13. Florida State 6-2-0; 14. Duke 6-1-2; 15. UCLA 5-2-1; 16. California 5-0-3; 17. Georgia 5-2-1; 18. Minnesota 8-1-1; 19. Georgetown 7-2-0; 20. Illinois 7-1-0; 21. Arizona State 6-1-1; 22. Southern California 5-1-2; 23. South Carolina 6-2-1; 24. Louisville 7-1-0; 25. Memphis 6-2-0.

By Steve Goff  | September 21, 2010; 1:58 PM ET
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Comments

Wow, a double barreled shot gun blast of: Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...
;)

Posted by: DadRyan | September 21, 2010 4:03 PM | Report abuse

On the women's side, my undergrad (FL) and grad (MN) almae matres are both ranked. Not sure if that means anything. FL has a history of going out early in the NCAA tournament.

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | September 21, 2010 5:23 PM | Report abuse

Way, way, waaaaaay off topic, but worth the read. Not for the humor impaired.
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/roughsketch/2010/09/caffeine_killer_never_the_star.html?hpid=opinionsbox1

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | September 21, 2010 5:32 PM | Report abuse

Off topic, but, controversial former World Cup referee Byron Moreno (2002) was arrested at JFK airport for possession. Of cocaine. Six kilos of it.


Oh, and, Go Gators!

Posted by: JacobfromAtlanta-ish | September 21, 2010 6:36 PM | Report abuse

Was Maradona on that flight?

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | September 21, 2010 8:56 PM | Report abuse

Anyone watching CANCACAF Champions League tonight? Can't believe Sylvester Stallone coaches Santos.

Posted by: dsheon1 | September 21, 2010 9:32 PM | Report abuse

Most certainly will allow the Italians to claim he was paid off . . although I don't remember any controversy this go 'round . . . .

NEW YORK (AP)—The referee involved in Italy’s controversial elimination from the 2002 World Cup was caught at Kennedy Airport with bags of heroin attached to his body, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested Byron Moreno late Monday after he arrived in New York on a commercial flight from his native Ecuador.

During a routine inspection, Moreno “became visibly nervous,” according to a complaint filed in federal court in Brooklyn.

A customs agent felt “hard objects on the defendant’s stomach, back and both of his legs,” the complaint said. A strip search revealed that the lumps were 10 clear plastic bags containing more than 10 pounds of heroin, it said.

A judge jailed Moreno without bail on a drug smuggling charge.

Posted by: delantero | September 21, 2010 11:25 PM | Report abuse

The Terps beat Mason. 2-0. Virginia topped AU by the same score.

Several other interesting matches from this region were played tonight. The College of Charleston upset Wake Forest, 1-0, just days after the Demon Deacons beat Virginia. It took UNC 95 minutes to get past lowly Wofford, 2-1. Old Dominion beat W&M by a score of 1-0.

Posted by: universityandpark | September 21, 2010 11:25 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: benonthehill | September 22, 2010 12:13 AM | Report abuse

Nobody threw Bradley under the bus, he is, and was always going to be, judged on his performance in the 2011 gold cup, world cup qualifying, and if he gets there, the 2014 world cup.

Posted by: teo_68 | September 22, 2010 10:15 AM | Report abuse

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