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New NCAA Division I women’s soccer Top 25 rankings released

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Via United Soccer Coaches) – United Soccer Coaches released the regional and national rankings for NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II and junior college soccer programs on Tuesday. Defending national champion Stanford continues its stronghold on top of the women’s poll.

United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Women – National – Poll 3 – September 4, 2018

Rank School 1st Votes Total Points Prev. W-L-T
1 Stanford University 33 872 1 4-0-0
2 University Of North Carolina 0 822 4 5-0-1
3 Florida State University 0 795 6 5-0-1
4 University Of Southern California 2 756 8 4-0-1
5 Texas A&M University 0 723 9 6-0-0
6 University Of Virginia 0 699 7 5-0-0
7 UCLA 0 652 2 2-1-1
8 Georgetown University 0 553 15 4-0-2
9 University of Tennessee 0 504 13 5-0-1
10 Auburn University 0 474 24 6-0-0
11 Penn State University 0 471 3 3-2-0
12 Santa Clara University 0 461 12 4-1-0
13 North Carolina State University 0 455 16 5-0-1
14 Duke University 0 435 11 4-1-1
15 Northwestern University 0 407 19 4-0-1
16 University Of Kansas 0 374 18 5-0-1
17 Washington State University 0 329 22 4-0-0
18 University Of Texas 0 302 21 4-0-1
19 University Of South Carolina 0 264 10 4-1-0
20 University Of South Florida 0 215 RV 3-1-0
21 Oklahoma State University 0 175 RV 4-1-0
22 Butler University 0 121 RV 4-1-0
23 Princeton University 0 88 14 3-1-0
24 University Of Louisville 0 71 NR 5-0-0
25 Texas Tech University 0 59 RV 4-1-0

Records shown are through games of Sept. 2, 2018

Also receiving votes: University Of Wisconsin (50), Mississippi State University (37), Ohio State University (26), University Of Florida (23), TCU (23), Long Beach State University (19), Rutgers University (18), Wake Forest University (16), Southern Methodist University (15), University of Mississippi (14), University Of Minnesota (8), University of North Texas (7), University of Notre Dame (6), University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (6), University of Oklahoma (5), University of Arizona (4), University of Nebraska (3), University of Colorado (3), Florida Gulf Coast University (3), University of Oregon (3), Baylor University (3), University of Central Florida (2), University of Illinois (2), Clemson University (1), University Of California (1)

United Soccer Coaches Rankings – Sept. 4, 2018

NCAA Division I Men Women
NCAA Division II Men Women
NJCAA Division I Men Women
NJCAA Division III Coming Wed. Women

United Soccer Coaches college rankings are an indicator of the week-to-week status of qualified programs and in no way should be used as a guide or indicator of eligibility for championship selection. To be eligible for consideration in United Soccer Coaches college rankings, a school must be a member of the United Soccer Coaches College Services Program.

The next college rankings will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and will also include the first rankings for NCAA Division III and NCCAA programs.

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