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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, October 4

(Records include games of Sunday, October 3)
(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank School Record Pts LW
1 California-Santa Barbara (7) 8-0-1 382 1
2 Duke (5) 11-0-0 369 4
3 North Carolina-Greensboro (2) 8-0-1 354 5
4 California 7-0-2 347 3
5 Indiana 7-2-0 339 7
6 New Mexico (1) 8-0-0 320 9
7 Santa Clara (1) 8-1-0 273 6
8 Penn State 5-1-4 265 2
9 Notre Dame 7-2-1 228 18
10 South Florida 6-0-2 225 17
11 Creighton 7-2-0 206 8
12 Southern Methodist 7-3-0 199 22
13 Stanford 5-1-3 195 16
14 (tie) Michigan 7-1-2 162 14
14 (tie) Virginia 7-2-0 162 21
16 Washington 8-3-1 160 24
17 Boston College 6-2-0 159 10
18 South Carolina 7-1-1 147 23
19 St. John's 6-3-1 140 11
20 Virginia Commonwealth 6-2-1 102 nr
21 UCLA 5-2-2 101 13
22 Maryland 5-3-1 92 12
23 William & Mary 6-2-2 70 20
24 Wake Forest 4-3-1 28 nr
25 Old Dominion 5-3-1 22 15

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

Dropped out: No. 19 Coastal Carolina, No. 25 Tulsa.

Others receiving votes: Akron 17, Coastal Carolina 17, Brown 14, Memphis 13, San Francisco 11, Alabama-Birmingham 8, Seton Hall 8, Tulsa 7, Air Force 6, Clemson 6, Hartwick 5, James Madison 5, Oakland 4, Portland 4, California State-Northridge 3, Connecticut 3, Loyola Marymount 3, Saint Louis 2, Villanova 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.

Previous 2004 Top 25 Polls
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