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Women's College Coaches Poll
Division I

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

Monday, October 5, 1998. (First-place votes in parentheses.)

Rank School Record Pts LW
1 North Carolina (12) 10-0-0 300 1
2 Notre Dame 10-1-0 282 2
3 Santa Clara 10-0-1 273 3
4 Connecticut 11-0-0 266 4
5 Florida 10-0-0 257 5
6 Portland 9-0-1 236 6
7 Penn State 10-0-1 220 8
8 Stanford 6-1-2 193 10
9 William & Mary 7-1-1 190 7
10 UCLA 9-1-1 178 12
11 Hartford 7-3-0 164 13
12 Vanderbilt 8-3-0 157 19
13 Nebraska 8-2-0 151 14
14 San Diego State 8-1-0 144 15t
15 Dartmouth 6-1-1 126 17
16 Virginia 7-3-1 121 9
17 Texas A&M 6-4-0 110 15t
18 (tie) Clemson 7-3-0 100 18
18 (tie) Northwestern 9-1-1 100 11
20 Baylor 8-3-0 60 23
21 Brigham Young 8-2-0 55 21
22 Harvard 5-2-1 52 24
23 Maryland 6-4-0 45 20
24 Michigan 6-2-1 40 22
25 George Mason 8-3-0 28 25

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

Others receiving votes: Indiana 18, Wisconsin 7, California-Irvine 4, Georgia 4, Wake Forest 3, Duke 2, Loyola Marymount 2, Pennsylvania 2, James Madison 1, Minnesota 1, North Texas 1, Southern California 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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