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Preseason NSCAA Women's Soccer Poll

Discussion in 'University of Colorado News and Olympic Sports' started by cmgoods, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. cmgoods

    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    RANKSCHOOLPOINTS
    1Florida State (25)782
    2Virginia (3)754
    3Stanford (1)728
    4UCLA (3)718
    5Texas A&M628
    6Penn State624
    7North Carolina612
    8Florida567
    9Notre Dame491
    10Pepperdine453
    11South Carolina444
    12West Virginia428
    13Virginia Tech405
    14Wisconsin386
    15Texas Tech353
    16Kentucky299
    17Central Florida279
    18California236
    19BYU209
    20Washington196
    21DePaul169
    22Clemson125
    23Kansas107
    24Rutgers84
    25Georgetown72
    Others receiving votes: Duke (42), Connecticut (33), Southern California (27), Arizona State (22), Washington State (20), Marquette (20), Auburn (10), Michigan (10), Colorado (10), Northeastern (10), Santa Clara (9), Boston College (7), Missouri (6), Minnesota (5), Arizona (4), Maryland (4), South Florida (3), Texas (2), North Texas (2), Harvard (1), Furman (1), Oklahoma (1), Tennessee (1), San Diego State (1).
     
  2. AztecBuff

    AztecBuff Club Member Club Member

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    Awesome that the Pac 12 has so many ranked teams. Just like in volleyball. Big game against CSU to start the season. Any predictions?
     
  4. AztecBuff

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    I would think, with CSU just starting its 2nd year as an NCAA sport, and having ended up at RPI #277 last year, the Buffs should be BIG favorites.

    Of course, as always with sports, "games aren't played on paper". Last year the Buffs lost to a team with a pretty low RPI (Kent State, ended up RPI #165), so if the Buffs don't bring their best, anything can happen. The school rivalry factor (and assume greater CSU passion arising from it), the fact the match is at CSU, and it's the very 1st game for both schools for the year, all should contribute to make it interesting.

    That being said, if I had to make a worthless prediction, I'd go with a 2-0 Buffs win (the same as last year).
     
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