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NCAA men's and women's soccer rankings

From the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Akron remains the unanimous choice in the men's poll while Stanford moves into the women's top slot. Akron faces Ohio State on Wednesday night in Columbus.

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

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

By Steve Goff  | September 28, 2010; 4:33 PM ET
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Comments

"5. Notre 9-1-0"

I realize that some women consider the word "Dame" offensive, but isn't this taking it a bit too far?

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | September 28, 2010 6:24 PM | Report abuse

I realize that some women consider the word "Dame" offensive, but isn't this taking it a bit too far?
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+1

Posted by: universityandpark | September 28, 2010 11:50 PM | Report abuse

Is this the first appearance by the JMU and WVU men on the charts?

Posted by: universityandpark | September 28, 2010 11:57 PM | Report abuse

It's good to see my alma mater beat the No. 2 ranked Tar Heels last night. I don't expect to see Old Dominion up in the rankings anytime soon, but they should be respected. Our keeper is quality.

Posted by: BlackAndRed337 | September 29, 2010 7:35 AM | Report abuse

ahh JMU where Kurt Morsink learned his ability to get in the way of anything on the pitch, including offense

Posted by: TenoriosLaptop | September 29, 2010 7:39 AM | Report abuse

ahh JMU where Kurt Morsink learned his ability to get in the way of anything on the pitch, including offense

Posted by: TenoriosLaptop
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You're just upset because you remain, unsold and dusty, in the back of a Route 1 pawn shop.

Posted by: Rand-al-Thor | September 29, 2010 12:23 PM | Report abuse

ahh JMU where Kurt Morsink learned his ability to get in the way of anything on the pitch, including offense

Posted by: TenoriosLaptop
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You wish you had a Duke Dog!

Posted by: mcontento | September 29, 2010 3:38 PM | Report abuse

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