SBI College Soccer Top 25: October 4th Edition

SBI College Soccer Top 25: October 4th Edition

SBI College Top 25

SBI College Soccer Top 25: October 4th Edition

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Clemson cracked the top 5 this week on the strength of wins against South Florida and Wake Forest, with Junior Diego Campos delivering the only goal in the Tigers 1-0 win against the Demon Deacons.

The Top 4 in the SBI College Soccer Top 25 was unchanged this week, marking the first time this season we didn’t see a shakeup at the top.

Indiana moved up after winning its in-state battle against Butler to keep its unbeaten record intact heading into Tuesday’s high-profile showdown with Notre Dame.

San Diego State’s improbable run up the Top 25 continued after an overtime win against Washington. The Aztecs will have a chance to climb even further with a win on Saturday against UCLA.

Kentucky and Michigan State have broken into the Top 25 as the new teams in the mix, with the Spartans boasting six shutout wins in their past seven matches.

Here is the latest edition of the SBI College Soccer Top 25:

SBI COLLEGE SOCCER TOP 25

1- (Last Week-1) – MARYLAND (8-0-2)

2- (2) – NORTH CAROLINA (7-1-1)

3- (3) -NOTRE DAME (8-1)

4- (4) – SYRACUSE (8-1-1)

5- (7) – CLEMSON (7-1-1)

6- (5) – DENVER (9-0-2)

7- (8) -INDIANA (6-0-4)

8- (6) – WAKE FOREST (8-2-1)

9- (9) – CREIGHTON (6-1-3)

10- (12)- LOUISVILLE (7-1-2)

11- (14)- BUTLER (8-1-1)

12- (10)- LOYOLA (Chicago) (8-1)

13- (15) – VIRGINIA (4-2-3)

14- (16)- VIRGINIA TECH (7-2-1)

15- (18)- SAN DIEGO STATE (6-1-3)

16- (17)- STANFORD (4-2-3)

17- (23)- FLORIDA GULF COAST (7-2-1)

18- (11) – UCLA (5-3-1)

19- (13) – UTAH VALLEY (7-3)

20- (NR)- KENTUCKY (6-2-2)

21- (24) – BOSTON COLLEGE (5-3-1)

22- (NR)- MICHIGAN STATE (7-2)

23- (22)- UMASS-LOWELL (7-0-2)

24- (19) – CHARLOTTE (6-2)

25- (25) WASHINGTON (7-3)

HONORABLE MENTION

Akron (5-3-1), Radford (7-2), New Hampshire (9-1), Gonzaga (6-3-1), West Virginia (6-2-1), Delaware (8-3), 

Vermont (9-2-1), UNC-Wilmington (6-1-1), Air Force (8-3), Seattle (6-4)

What do you think of the latest rankings? Who would you put at No. 1? Who failed to make the Top 25 that you feel should be on the list?

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