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Christan Shirk:
September 27, 2011
D3soccer.com Men's Top 25, Week 4
Through matches of Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011

  #    School (1st place votes)          Record     Points     Prev.  1    Messiah (18)          7-0-1     613       1  2    Christopher Newport (5)          6-0-1     597       2  3    Ohio Wesleyan (2)          7-1     568       4  4    St. Lawrence          8-0     548       6  5    Trinity (Texas)          5-0-2     524       7  6    Dominican          7-1     478       10  7    Washington U.          7-1     433       5  8    North Park          5-0-3     409       11  9    Amherst          5-0     383       12  10    Hobart          7-1     328       8  11    Loras          7-1-1     321       19  12    Gustavus Adolphus          8-1     318       17  13    Wesleyan          5-0-1     307       21  14    Swarthmore          5-2     294       3  15    UW-Oshkosh          5-1-2     283       14  16    Muhlenberg          5-1     273       9  17    Ohio Northern          7-2-1     222       13  18    St. Olaf          7-1     124       RV  19    William Paterson          7-1-1     120       15  20    Williams          3-1-1     114       16  21    DePauw          7-1     98       RV  22    Stevens          6-2     79       RV  23    Augsburg          6-0-1     72       RV  24    Salisbury          5-2-1     72       18  25    Plattsburgh State          7-0-1     72       RV
Dropped Out: Bowdoin, Maryville (Tenn.), Union, UC Santa Cruz, Randolph,

Others Receiving Votes: Montclair St. 68, Rutgers-Camden 47, Misericordia 39, Mary Hardin-Baylor 38, Roger Williams 35, Baldwin-Wallace 34, Union 32, Bowdoin 26, Trine 26, Chapman 20, Medaille 18, Calvin 17, Springfield 11, Elmira 10, Randolph 8, Geneseo St. 8, Middlebury 8, Franklin & Marshall 6, Thomas More 6, Rochester 4, Pacific Lutheran 4, Brockport St. 4, Maryville (Tenn.) 2, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 2, Chicago 2

Ron Boerger:
The game between #5 Trinity (TX) and (RV, "29th") Mary Hardin-Baylor was called off with Trinity leading 4-0 in the 29th minute.  Rain/lightning forced the cancellation and the teams will attempt to reschedule. 

Flying Weasel:
Wow!  4-0 after half an hour.  And to think MHB was on a number of voter's Top 25 ballot.  Official game or not, that would temper how I rate MHB.

North Park seems awfully high for having picked up three ties already, the two against Methodist and NC Wesleyan not exactly top quality though they were on a long road trip.

Surprised that Wm. Paterson stayed in as the highest ranked NJAC given that Montclair St. beat them 3-0 with shots and SOG confirming they were much better on the night.   I thought Rutgers-Camdem and/or MSU should have been in but not Wm. Paterson.

Not a fan of DePauw being ranked given the cupcake schedule they have played.  Plattsburgh St. has played a pretty soft schedule to date, so it's hard to know if they really are Top 25 material or not.

A lot of results so far this season that make rankings difficult.

d3fan1:
Flying Weasel is definatly an honorary All-World!!!!! ;D Each one his posts should count as 100.

Ron Boerger:

--- Quote from: Flying Weasel on September 29, 2011, 11:54:59 am ---Wow!  4-0 after half an hour.  And to think MHB was on a number of voter's Top 25 ballot.  Official game or not, that would temper how I rate MHB.


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You'd think so, but Chapman went to TX and lost to both Trinity (TX) and Southwestern, getting outscored 12-1, and went all the way from receiving 30 vote points to 20 points. 

In the TU-UMHB game, Trinity scored their fourth goal at the 7:12 mark.  1:30 separated the last three goals.  If they can just start playing like that on the road ...

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