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TDS Men’s Division I Top 25: Sept. 28

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: September 28, 2015

Creighton pushed it’s perfect record to 8-0 over the weekend with a Big East win over Seton Hall The Jays and Elon are the first teams to pick up eight wins this season. Creighton now enjoys the comfort of home with four straight at Morrison Stadium over the next two weeks. 

North Carolina (7-0-1) keeps hold of the No. 2. spot with wins over North Florida and Duke last week. The Tar Heels are undefeated on the season and have three of the next four games at home. 

Stanford (7-1) moves up to No. 3. The Cardinal was off this week and does not play against until Oct. 4 against California. Stanford will ride its seven-game winning streak into the start of conference play. 

Wake Forest (7-1-1) makes the leap into No. 4 this week. The Demon Deacons picked up a win at Akron and a draw against Clemson last week. The schedule does not get much easier for Wake Forest with three of the next four on the road. 

Clemson (6-1-2) rounds out the top five this week in the TDS Top 25. Clemson’s lone result of the past week was the 1-1 draw on the road against Wake Forest. The Tigers return to action on Tuesday against Gardner-Webb. 

The big move of the week in the TDS Top 25 came with Seattle jumping into the rankings at No. 15. The Redhawks defeated Oregon State and Washington in the past week. South Carolina also jumped into the top 25 this week. Denver and Akron, meanwhile, jumped up the top 25. Check out the full TDS Top 25. 

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