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

Women's Division I Soccer Top 25 Compiled by Gary Davidson, managing editor, www.SoccerTimes.com

Tuesday, November 9

(Records include games of Monday, November 8)
(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank School Record Pts LW
1 North Carolina (15) 18-0-2 399 1
2 Notre Dame 19-1-1 375 2
3 Virginia (1) 16-2-2 372 4
4 Penn State 18-2-1 349 3
5 Portland 17-3-0 336 5
6 Santa Clara 14-4-2 321 6
7 Florida 16-3-3 288 9
8 Ohio State 16-3-3 260 16
9 Texas A&M 17-5-0 255 12t
10 UCLA 13-6-0 240 10
11 Princeton 15-2-0 237 11
12 Tennessee 15-4-2 222 8
13 Kansas 17-4-0 205 7
14 Washington 14-4-1 194 17
15 Duke 13-7-0 145 15
16 Connecticut 16-6-1 130 nr
17 Texas 13-6-2 122 21
18 Florida State 12-5-2 116 18
19 Auburn 14-3-2 113 12t
20 Stanford 12-5-3 94 14
21 Arizona 15-5-0 86 23
22 California 11-5-3 81 20
23 Southern Methodist 15-3-3 55 25
24 Illinois 13-5-2 49 22
25 Clemson 11-7-1 43 23t

Key: Pts - Total points. LW - Last week's ranking. t - tie. nr - no ranking.

Dropped out: No. 23t West Virginia.

Others receiving votes: Dayton 29, San Diego 27, West Virginia 27, Colorado 18, Pepperdine 8, Utah 3, Villanova 2, Maryland 1.

Voting panel: Patrick Baker, Florida State; Kevin Boyd, California; John Daly, William & Mary; Anson Dorrance, North Carolina; Jillian Ellis, UCLA; Carin Gabarra, Navy; G Guerrieri, Texas A&M; Angela Kelly, Tennessee; Ray Leone, Arizona State; Jim Millinder, Southern California; Chris Petrucelli, Texas; Jennifer Rockwood, Brigham Young; Dan Tobias, Arizona, Len Tsantiris, Connecticut; Randy Waldrum, Notre Dame; Paula Wilkins, Penn State.

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.

Previous 2004 Women's NCAA Division I Soccer Coaches Top 25 Polls
November 1
October 25
October 18
October 11
October 4
September 27
September 20
September 13
September 7
August 31
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