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Women's College Coaches Poll
Division I

Compiled by Gary Davidson
managing editor, www.SoccerTimes.com

Monday, September 21, 1998. (First-place votes in parentheses.)

Rank School Record Pts LW
1 North Carolina (12) 6-0-0 300 1
2 Santa Clara 7-0-0 285 2
3 Notre Dame 6-1-0 275 3
4 Connecticut 7-0-0 265 4
5 Florida 6-0-0 262 5
6 Portland 6-0-0 236 6
7 William & Mary 6-0-1 225 7
8 Penn State 6-0-0 204 10t
9 UCLA 6-1-0 193 17
10 Virginia 5-2-0 181 10t
11 Brigham Young 6-0-0 158 15
12 (tie) Northwestern 6-0-1 135 25
12 (tie) Texas A&M 4-2-0 135 8
14 Stanford 4-1-1 131 23t
15 Hartford 3-3-0 128 14
16 Nebraska 3-2-0 116 12
17 San Diego State 5-1-0 108 16
18 Dartmouth 2-1-1 86 21
19 Clemson 3-3-0 82 20
20 Vanderbilt 6-1-0 78 19
21 (tie) George Mason 6-1-0 58 23t
21 (tie) Harvard 2-2-0 58 18
23 Duke 2-2-0 58 18
24 Michigan 4-2-0 44 13
25 Maryland 2-3-0 39 nr

Key: Pts - Total points. LW - Last week's ranking. t - tie.

Others receiving votes: Minnesota 21, Baylor 19, Richmond 12, Wisconsin 7,Georgia 4, Indiana 4, Marquette 4, James Madison 3, West Virginia 2, Calif. Poly-San Luis Obispo 1, North Texas 1, Pennsylvania 1, Washington 1.

Voting panel: Becky Burleigh, Florida; Nicole Crepeau, Colorado College; John Daly, William & Mary; Anson Dorrance, North Carolina; Dean Duerst, Wisconsin; Lisa Fraser, Arizona; Alan Kirkup, Maryland; Tracy Leone, Clemson; Chris Petrucelli, Notre Dame; Jerry Smith, Santa Clara; Len Tsantiris, Connecticut; John Walker, Nebraska.

Voting method: On each ballot, 25 points awarded for first place, 24 for second place, 23 for third, etc., to 1 point for 25th place.

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