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NCAA Nov 02, 2021

NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Rankings: November 2, 2021

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — United Soccer Coaches released the latest set of men’s and women’s college rankings on Tuesday for the Fall 2021 season.

In the NCAA Division I men’s poll, defending national champion Marshall took over the No. 1 spot this week, while the University of Virginia maintained its first place position in the women’s poll. The University of Tennessee has also made its way into the Top 10 on the women’ side, after capturing the SEC’s East Division title.

See below for a full look at the NCAA Division I women’s rankings.

NATIONAL – POLL 11 – NOVEMBER 2, 2021

Rank School Prev 1st Votes Total Points W-L-T
1 Virginia 1 28 840 15-1-2
2 Florida State 3 2 803 14-1-2
3 UCLA 5 2 760 15-0-3
4 Rutgers 6 2 736 16-2-0
5 Arkansas 4 0 715 14-3-0
6 Duke 2 0 680 13-3-1
7 North Carolina 7 0 637 12-2-3
8 USC 10 0 605 13-2-2
9 TCU 8 0 572 15-2-2
10 Tennessee 12 0 526 15-2-0
11 Xavier 15 0 466 16-1-1
12 BYU 11 0 423 11-4-1
13 Michigan 17 0 393 13-3-3
14 Stanford 9 0 363 12-5-1
15 Santa Clara 25 0 336 9-5-2
16 Pepperdine 13 0 303 14-2-1
17 SMU 14 0 284 11-3-2
18 Washington State RV 0 275 12-2-4
19 Purdue 18 0 224 14-3-2
20 Texas 20 0 206 11-3-5
21 Ole Miss 16 0 186 11-4-3
22 Brown 24 0 182 11-3-0
23 South Florida 23 0 130 11-3-2
24 Clemson NR 0 100 12-5-1
25 Wake Forest RV 0 61 15-4-0

Records shown are through games of Oct. 31, 2021

Also receiving votes: Princeton University (48), Georgetown University (42), Auburn University (38), University of Notre Dame (34), Virginia Tech (22), Baylor University (11), University of Houston (8), Harvard University (8), University Of South Carolina (7), Penn State University (6), Hofstra University (5), Grand Canyon University (4), University Of Memphis (4), West Virginia University (4), Texas Tech University (3)

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