FRI, 2:30PM ET
FUL
CHA
FRI, 2:30PM ET
ABER
MOTH
FRI, 2:30PM ET
WER
COL
FRI, 3PM ET
VIGO
LEVA
FRI, 8PM ET
CHI
HOU
FRI, 8:30PM ET
USA
MEX

Final Regular Season Men’s College Top 25


November 12, 2007

(Includes games of November 11, 2007)

– First-place votes in parentheses –


Rank School Record Pts LW
1 Wake Forest (15) 15-1-2 398 1
2 Connecticut (1) 16-2-1 385 2
3 Santa Clara 13-1-4 354 3
4 Brown 14-1-1 339 4
5 Southern Methodist 13-3-2 321 6
6 Indiana 13-4-4 295 7
7 Creighton 10-1-5 285 8
8 Notre Dame 11-3-5 278 9
9 Boston College 12-4-1 274 13
10 Tulsa 12-2-2 255 10
11 Saint Louis 12-2-3 242 11
12 Virginia Tech 10-2-5 241 5
13 California-Santa Barbara 11-3-3 221 12
14 Ohio State 13-3-5 206 19t
15 Harvard 11-3-2 159 15
16 Northwestern 12-4-3 155 14
17 West Virginia 13-5-2 132 16
18 (tie) Akron 13-3-2 125 17
18 (tie) California 11-4-2 125 18
20 Maryland 10-4-4 115 19t
21 New Mexico 11-4-1 68 24
22 South Florida 12-5-2 62 24
23 Duke 11-6-1 60 23
24 Virginia 10-6-2 29 21
25 Louisville 10-5-4 25 nr

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2 Responses to Final Regular Season Men’s College Top 25

  1. eplnfl says:

    Kartik:

    I note the omission of the DePaul Blue Demon’s Division winner in the strong Big East conference.

    I expect this was a oversight.

    EPLNFL
    DePaul 78, and DePaul Law 81

  2. Anonymous says:

    Did DePaul win in Woman’s? This is the men’s poll! If they won the Big East Tournament I am shocked they are not ranked. USF who I cheer for in Soccer for example lost in the Big East quarterfinals and are still ranked in the top 25.

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