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TDS Men’s Division I Top 25: Sept. 21

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: September 21, 2015

More than 6,000 fans turned out to see No. 1 Creighton run its perfect season to six victories on Saturday, as the Jays keep hold of the top spot in the TDS Top 25 for another week. The other big result of the weekend came from the ACC. North Carolina topped Notre Dame and jumped into the No. 2 spot. Notre Dame slips down to No. 5 following a pair of losses last week. 

Virginia (4-0-2) moves up to No. 3 after wins over James Madison and NC State. The schedule is crowded for the Cavaliers over the next eight days with three games on the schedule. 

Stanford (7-1) moves to No. 4. The Cardinal has won seven in a row after dropping the opener to UC Santa Barbara. Jordan Morris scored the game-winner on Sunday in overtime against Davidson. It was a nice parting gift from the Seattle Sounders prospect as he heads out to national team duty with the Olympic Qualifying squad. 

Coastal Carolina (4-0-1) made the big jump this week. The Chanticleers were off this weekend, but most the of the teams ahead of the Big South powerhouse suffered negative results, which opened the door for the squad to creep into the top 10. 

Elon (7-0) also made a leap this week. The CAA squad picked up wins over Wake Forest and Drexel to jump to No. 11 in the TDS Top 25. The Phoenix are one of three CAA teams in the TDS Top 25 heading into the second month of the college season. 

Check out the full TDS Top 25. 

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