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NCAA men's and women's soccer rankings

Before we get to the top 25 lists from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, you should know about three huge matches in the area this week:

Wednesday
#6 Connecticut (10-1-4, 4-0-3 Big East) at Georgetown (10-4-1, 6-1-0)
2 p.m. at North Kehoe Field
Huskies are 3-0-2 since losing at Maryland; Hoyas have won 8 straight

Thursday (women)
#9 Florida State (12-3-1, 6-1-1 ACC) at #5 Maryland (13-2-1, 5-2-1)
7 p.m. at Ludwig Field
Terrapins coming off first-ever victory over North Carolina

Friday
#3 Maryland (11-2-1, 5-1-1 ACC) at #11 Virginia (9-2-3, 2-2-2)
7 p.m. at Klockner Stadium
Terrapins have won seven straight, Cavaliers on 3-0-2 run

MEN
1. Akron (23 first-place votes) 13-0-1; 2. Louisville 12-0-2; 3. Maryland 11-2-1; 4. North Carolina 11-2-1; 5. Southern Methodist 13-1-0; 6. Connecticut 10-1-4; 7. UC Irvine 12-1-2; 8. Butler 13-0-1;
9. Creighton 11-2-0; 10. California 9-2-3; 11. Virginia 9-2-3; 12. Monmouth 10-1-2; 13. Brown 8-1 -3; 14. Pennsylvania 11-2-0; 15. UCLA 10-4-1; 16. Charlotte 10-4-0; 17. William & Mary 11-2-1; 18. Boston College 7-2-5; 19. UC Santa Barbara 10-3-2; 20. Princeton 10-3-1; 21. Loyola Marymount 9-3-2; 22. Tulsa 8-4-1; 23. Michigan State 11-4-0; 24. South Florida 8-3-4; 25. Indiana 8-4-2.

For the women's rankings.....

WOMEN
1. Stanford (34 first-place votes) 15-0-2; 2. Portland 17-1-0; 3. Notre Dame 15-1-2; 4. North Carolina 14-2-1; 5. Maryland 13-2-1; 6. Texas A&M 15-3-0; 7. Virginia 11-2-2; 8. Florida 14-2-2; 9. Florida State 12-3-1; 10. Santa Clara 11-4-2; 11. Oklahoma State 14-3-1; 12. UC Irvine 15-1-2; 13. Marquette 14-3-2;14. Boston College 11-4-1; 15. Oregon State 13-1-1; 16. Illinois 11-3-1; 17. South Carolina 14-3-2; 18. Ohio State 13-3-1; 19. BYU 13-2-2; 20. North Carolina Greensboro 15-1-1; 21. Hofstra 16-1-0; 22. Denver 16-2-0; 23. Southern California 9-4-3; 24. West Virginia 12-4-1; 25. Texas 11-4-3.

By Steve Goff  | October 26, 2010; 2:19 PM ET
Categories:  College Soccer  | Tags:  college soccer  
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Comments

In other rankings . . .

Final Argy Bargy Insiders MFLS standings.

Not to gloat or anything.

Posted by: benonthehill | October 26, 2010 4:03 PM | Report abuse

Ha. I don't think I changed much for the last 2 months of the season...
Congrats Ben.

And still shouting out to United008 about that Moreno poster. If you want one you best holler back!
I'll try mentioning in a more DCU centric thread when it comes along, but since ben here mentioned the Argy Bargy... thought it was fair game.

Posted by: DadRyan | October 26, 2010 4:34 PM | Report abuse

Soccer America has an interesting piece on the unusually large number of CAA men's teams in the hunt for an NCAA invite:

http://www.socceramerica.com/article/40081/resurgent-caa-shows-remarkable-depth.html

Posted by: universityandpark | October 27, 2010 12:21 AM | Report abuse

I hope some of the area soccer fans got to see the Georgetown vs UConn today. The Hoya men are on a roll. GU outplayed the Huskies all over the field today.

Posted by: muller1983 | October 28, 2010 9:13 PM | Report abuse

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