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TDS Division I Women's Top 25: Oct. 31

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: October 31, 2016

With postseason conference play gaining momentum over the past week, the ramifications of recent results love an impact on the latest TDS TopDrawerSoccer Women's Top 25.

West Virginia wrapped up a perfect conference schedule in the Big 12, maintaining hold on the No. 1 overall heading into the conference tournament this week. The same can be said about South Carolina, which remained undefeated rolling into the SEC tournament and ranked No. 2.

Taking control of the Pac-12 race, Stanford's perhaps underranked at No. 3, and remains a firm contender for postseason honors late this year. Andi Sullivan score four goals across two games against Arizona and Arizona State.

Advancing to the semifinals of the ACC tournament, Notre Dame climbed to No. 6 after beating Miami last Thursday and edging NC State by a 1-0 score. The Irish defense remains formidable on the heels of Notre Dame earning a share of the 2016 regular season ACC title.

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