SBI College Soccer Top 25 (Oct. 25th Edition)

SBI College Soccer Top 25 (Oct. 25th Edition)

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SBI College Soccer Top 25 (Oct. 25th Edition)

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By IVES GALARCEP

While the very top of the SBI College Soccer Top 25 has looked the same for several weeks, one team has slowly climbed up the charts to place itself in striking distance of the country’s elite. That team is Coastal Carolina.

The Chanticleers boast a 10-match winning streak, the longest in the nation, and have climbed up to the No. 6 spot in the rankings. Led by standout midfielder Pedro Ribeiro, Coastal Carolina has shut out six of its past eight opponents to overcome a 1-2 start and solidify a place in the Top 10.

Another new entrant in the SBI Top 25 is UC-Santa Barbara, which is riding a seven-match winning streak. The Gauchos have overcome the loss of Ema Boateng to Europe and have climbed into the No. 16 spot.

Old Dominion makes its SBI Top 25 debut for the season courtesy of a four-match winn

Here is the SBI College Soccer Top 25 for Oct. 25th:

SBI COLLEGE SOCCER TOP 25

1- CALIFORNIA (10-0-2)

2- WASHINGTON (10-0-4)

3- NOTRE DAME (8-0-5)

4- AKRON (10-3-1)

5- GEORGETOWN (11-3-1)

6- COASTAL CAROLINA (11-2)

7- UAB (10-2-1)

8- WAKE FOREST (8-3-4)

9- UCLA (7-3-3)

10- MARYLAND (7-3-5)

11- NEW MEXICO (8-3-2)

12- LOUISVILLE (9-3-2)

13- UCONN (7-2-5)

14- PENN STATE (9-3-1)

15- NORTHWESTERN (8-3-3)

16- FURMAN (10-2-2)

17- UCSB (11-4)

18- MICHIGAN STATE (8-2-3)

19- WISCONSIN (9-3-2)

20- CAL-STATE NORTHRIDGE (12-2-1)

21- MARQUETTE (9-3-2)

22- WILLIAM & MARY (7-3-1)

23- MILWAUKEE (10-2-2)

24- SAINT LOUIS (8-3-1)

25- OLD DOMINION (8-3-1)

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HONORABLE MENTION

Illinois-Chicago (11-3), North Carolina (5-3-5), UMBC (12-1-1), Creighton (7-5-2), Providence (9-3-2), VCU (7-4-2), Virginia (6-3-4), Dayton (10-1-2), Clemson (9-4-2), UC-Irvine (8-4-3).

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