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2004: Men's Top 25 Poll | Women's Top 25 Poll

Soccer Top 25 Compiled by Gary Davidson, managing editor, www.SoccerTimes.com

Monday, September 13

(Records include games of Sunday, September 12)
(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank School Record Pts LW
1 Indiana (12) 4-0-0 396 1
2 Maryland (4) 4-0-0 388 3
3 Santa Clara 4-0-0 343 6
4 Wake Forest 3-0-1 335 9
5 Notre Dame 3-0-1 343 7
6 Saint Louis 3-1-0 284 5
7 Michigan 5-0-0 271 10
8 UCLA 3-1-0 262 4
9 St. John's 2-1-1 257 2
10 Washington 4-1-0 246 12
11 California-Santa Barbara 4-0-0 242 13
12 Southern Methodist 3-1-0 236 18
13 Creighton 3-1-0 214 11
14 Old Dominion 4-0-0 207 15
15 Coastal Carolina 4-0-0 188 16
16 North Carolina-Greensboro 4-0-0 147 23
17 Penn State 1-0-3 132 19
18 Stanford 3-0-1 117 21
19 California 4-0-0 107 24
20 Virginia 3-1-0 100 14
21 Akron 3-0-1 95 22
22 Boston College 3-0-0 91 25
23 Florida International 1-1-0 80 20
24 South Carolina 4-0-0 51 nr
25 Tulsa 2-1-1 45 17

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

Dropped out: No. 8 North Carolina.

Others receiving votes: North Carolina 40, Virginia Commonwealth 22, New Mexico 12, Portland 12, Rhode Island 12, Seton Hall 11, Drake 8, Duke 7, Wisconsin 6, Clemson 5, Virginia Tech 5, Oakland 4, Michigan State 2, Davidson 1, James Madison 1, Rutgers 1, San Diego 1

Voting panel: Louis Bennett, Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Mark Berson, South Carolina; Sasho Cirovski, Maryland; Ian Collins, Kentucky; Dan Donigan, Saint Louis; Mike Freitag, Indiana; Mike Getman, Alabama-Birmingham; Kevin Grimes, California; Schellas Hyndman, Southern Methodist; Paul Krumpe, Loyola Marymount; Ken Lolla, Akron; Al Mistri, California State-Fullerton; Bob Reasso, Rutgers; Ray Reid, Connecticut; John Rennie, Duke; Keith Tabatznik, Georgetown; Bob Warming, Creighton.

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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