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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

2005 Preseason

(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank School 2004 Record Pts 2004 Rank
1 Notre Dame (12) 25-1-1 395 1
2 North Carolina (4) 20-1-2 377 4
3 UCLA 18-7-0 368 2
4 Portland 20-4-0 345 6
5 Santa Clara 18-5-2 326 3
6 Penn State 19-3-1 318 10
7 Virginia 17-3-2 313 8
8 Texas A&M 18-6-0 283 15
9 Ohio State 19-4-3 241 7
10 Duke 15-8-0 229 12
11 Connecticut 18-7-1 223 14
12 Illinois 16-6-2 187 13
13 Stanford 13-6-3 176 19
14 Tennessee 17-5-2 169 11
15 Nebraska 14-9-0 157 22
16 Florida 16-4-3 150 18
17 Princeton 19-3-0 130 5
18 West Virginia 15-6-0 123 nr
19 Texas 15-7-2 105 16
20 Boston College 15-7-1 99 20
21 Washington 17-5-1 80 9
22 California 11-6-3 67 nr
23 Arizona 15-6-0 57 25
24 Kansas 18-5-0 51 24
25 Southern California 9-9-1 39 nr

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

Others receiving votes: Auburn 36, Wake Forest 34, Colorado 24, Florida State 22, Maryland 21, Clemson 12, Wisconsin 9, Villanova 8, San Diego 5, Arizona State 4, Loyola Marymount 4, Michigan 4, Southern Methodist 4, Virginia Commonwealth 2.

Voting panel: Patrick Baker, Georgia; 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.

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