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Women's Division I Top 25: Sept 29

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: September 29, 2014

Perfect seasons are nearly impossible to come by in Division I soccer, and it looks like no one will go pefect in 2014.

Both Virginia and Virginia Tech spun off ten straight wins to start their respective campaigns, generating whispers of potentially running the table.

Last week's ACC slate ended that chance for both sides, as the Hokies and Cavaliers each lost for the first time in 2014. Virginia Tech fell 2-0 at the hands of Notre Dame (which picked up an impressive road win in their own right), while Virginia lost 1-0 on the road against a Florida State team that jumps to No. 3

UCLA kept its No. 1 ranking for the seventh straight week, despite a 1-1 draw against Arizona State on Friday. The Bruins outshot ASU 34-10 on the day, as Sun Devil GK Chandler Morris posted an 11 saves. Also in Pac-12 play, No. 2 Stanford conceded its first goal of the season in a 1-1 draw on the road against Utah. Both the Bruins and Cardinal remain undefeated with identical 8-0-2 records.

No. 9 Florida (8-2-0) picked up a pair of narrow SEC wins, first defeating No. 21 Georgia 2-1 on Friday, and pulling away from Missouri by a 3-1 scoreline on Sunday.

Continuing its conference dominance over in the Big Ten, No. 8 Penn State (10-1-0) followed up a 4-1 win against Northwestern on Friday night with a 2-1 narrow win against No. 24 Illinois. No. 12 Wisconsin (10-1-0) also won, defeating Purdue 1-0 in Indiana.

Check out the TDS Top 25: Week 7.

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