SBI College Soccer Top 25: October 25th Edition

SBI College Soccer Top 25: October 25th Edition

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SBI College Soccer Top 25: October 25th Edition

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And then there were two.

UMass-Lowell fell from the ranks of the unbeaten last week, leaving Maryland and Denver as the lone remaining teams in college soccer to have avoided defeat this season. The Terps continued their winning ways last week, and are now riding a 10-match winning streak, the longest run in the nation at the moment.

The previous holder of the longest winning streak in the country saw that streak snapped last week. Florida Gulf Coast fell to North Florida, 3-2, to stumble in the rankings after having surged as high as 13th in last week’s SBI Top 25.

Stanford’s climb up the rankings continued after beating UCLA yet again. The defending national champions are 6-0-1 in their past seven matches, and are running away with the Pac-12 title.

New Hampshire leads a group of four teams that made the jump into the latest rankings. The Wildcats made the leap on the strength of its victory over previously-unbeaten UMass- Lowell.

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

SBI COLLEGE SOCCER TOP 25

1- (Last Week-1) – MARYLAND (13-0-2)

2- (2) – DENVER (14-0-2)

3- (4) – WAKE FOREST (12-2-2)

4- (3) – NORTH CAROLINA (11-2-2)

5- (5) – VIRGINIA (8-2-5)

6- (9)- LOUISVILLE (11-3-2)

7- (7) – SYRACUSE (10-3-2)

8- (10)- STANFORD (9-2-4)

9- (8) -INDIANA (8-1-6)

10- (12) – CLEMSON (9-2-4)

11- (14) – UTAH VALLEY (13-3)

12- (18) – CHARLOTTE (9-2-1)

13- (6) -NOTRE DAME (10-4-1)

14- (15)- LOYOLA (Chicago) (12-1-1)

15- (11) – CREIGHTON (8-3-3)

16- (21)- SAN DIEGO STATE (8-3-4)

17- (23)- WASHINGTON (10-4)

18- (25)- MICHIGAN STATE (11-3-1)

19- (13)- FLORIDA GULF COAST (11-3-1)

20- (NR)- NEW HAMPSHIRE (11-4)

21- (NR) – KENTUCKY (9-3-2)

22- (16)- UMASS-LOWELL (10-1-2)

23- (17)- VIRGINIA TECH (9-4-3)

24- (NR) – WISCONSIN (8-3-3)

25- (NR)- PORTLAND (9-3-1)

HONORABLE MENTION

Radford (9-3-1), South Carolina (9-4-1), UNC-Wilmington (7-4-2), UConn (11-5), Providence (9-5), Butler (9-4-1), Seattle (10-4-2), Temple (9-5-2), UCLA (7-6-1), Delaware (10-5-1)

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?

Share your thoughts below.

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