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NSCAA releases new NCAA Women’s Division I National Rankings

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Via NSCAA) – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America released the national NCAA Division I rankings for men’s and women’s teams on Tuesday.

+Read: NSCAA releases new NCAA Men’s Division I National Rankings

On the women’s side, Florida State continues to hold on to the top spot with 22 first place votes and 759 overall. The Seminoles continued their shutout streak with two more victories from 1-0 results. Stanford University and the University of Virginia continue to hold the number two and number three spots, with West Virginia University and the University of Florida rounding out the top five once again this week.

NSCAA NCAA Division I Women – National – Poll 3 – September 6, 2016

Rank School 1st Votes Total Points Prev. W-L-T
1 Florida State University 22 759 1 3-1-0
2 Stanford University 8 747 2 5-0-0
3 University Of Virginia 1 720 3 6-0-0
4 West Virginia University 0 664 4 5-0-1
5 University Of Florida 0 654 5 4-1-0
6 Duke University 0 611 7 4-1-1
7 Brigham Young University 0 559 10 4-1-0
8 University Of North Carolina 0 544 8 4-0-1
9 UCLA 0 530 11 3-1-0
10 University Of Minnesota 0 478 9 5-1-0
11 Texas A&M University 0 447 14 4-2-0
12 University Of California 0 408 19 5-1-0
13 Clemson University 0 356 6 3-2-0
14 University Of South Florida 0 337 20 5-0-0
15 University Of South Carolina 0 310 RV 4-0-2
16 Penn State University 0 288 13 2-2-1
17 University of Connecticut 0 251 18 5-1-0
18 Virginia Tech 0 218 16 5-1-0
19 Ohio State University 0 194 RV 5-1-0
20 University of Notre Dame 0 171 23 5-1-0
21 Pepperdine 0 132 25 4-2-0
22 Texas Tech University 0 121 15 4-1-1
23 Rutgers University 0 110 12 3-1-1
24 Northwestern University 0 86 24 5-0-0
25 University Of Arkansas 0 81 17 5-1-0

Also receiving votes: University Of Southern California (48), University Of Washington (46), Santa Clara University (39), Wake Forest University (31), Georgetown University (29), University of Nebraska (25), Boston College (24), George Washington University (17), University of North Carolina-Wilmington (11), University of Arizona (8), University Of Michigan (7), TCU (6), Auburn University (4), Princeton University (1), Hofstra University (1), Baylor University (1), Long Beach State University (1)

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