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TDS Women's Division I Top 25: Oct. 21

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: October 21, 2019

Another ACC game, another win for the No. 1 team in the nation.

Virginia remained unbeaten on the 2019 season, seeing off the visiting challenge from Notre Dame this past Sunday. Meghan McCool, Diana Ordonez and Rebecca Jarrett accounted for the goals in a 3-0 win, as the Cavaliers now have six shutouts in a row as they maintain the top spot in this week's TDS Women's Top 25.

With three draws during that stretch, however, No. 2 North Carolina remains in the driver's seat for the ACC regular season crown. The Tar Heels beat Boston College by a 3-0 score on the road last Thursday, maintaining a four-point edge on UVA (although No. 5 Florida State is only a point back of the Tar Heels).

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No. 3 Stanford kept its spot in the rankings after edging UCLA by a 1-0 score at home on Saturday night, making it six wins from six games in the Pac-12. BYU continues to dominate West Coast Conference opponents and sits at No. 4.

Big movers in this week's rankings include Arkansas, which bumped up all the way to No. 6 after beating Texas A&M in College Station. Pac-12 side Washington entered the rankings as their success in conference play continued.

Check out the full Top 25.

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