Senior Salute (Eveland on verge of 100th career game; updated thru 11/4 games)

This update includes Wednesday's conference tournament games (Nov. 4), plus Purdue's makeup game vs. Indiana on Nov. 3. Following its win over Maryland (3-0), North Carolina (86-9-4) now sits alone atop this list, with one more win than Notre Dame (85-10-4) spanning the past four seasons. The senior classes for both the UNC and ND programs will play their 100th career game on Friday, Nov. 6 (UNC vs. Boston College; ND vs. St. John's).


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North Carolina senior outside back Kristi Eveland (left; Southlake, Texas) has appeared in all 99 of UNC's games (96 starts) during her four-year career and is on the verge of becoming the 31st player in Division I women's soccer history to play in 100-plus career games (the other 30 include 11 players from UNC, 10 from Notre Dame, three each from Penn State and Connecticut, and one each from Nebraska, Florida State and Florida – list of names, years, etc., will be posted soon on CS360). 


Florida State – following its 2-0 win over Duke – now is two shy of the 70-win plateau for the past four seasons (only five current senior classes have 70-plus career wins), while the USC seniors will be looking for their 60th career win on Friday at Washington State.


Here's the complete updated list of the nation's winningest senior classes (note: when referencing this list, please credit CollegeSoccer360.com with the research and – if possible – provide a link to this blog post ... click on post headline for direct URL). 


Current Four-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer (top senior classes; '06-'09)
(research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com)

86-9-4  (.889) ... North Carolina  (27-1-0...19-4-1 ... 25-1-2 ... 15-3-1)

85-10-4  (.879) ... Notre Dame  (25-1-1 ... 19-5-2 ... 26-1-0 ... 15-3-1)
78-9-5  (.875) ... UCLA  (21-4-0 ... 20-2-2 ... 22-1-2 ... 15-2-1)
72-11-3  (.855) ... Portland  (17-4-3 ... 18-4-0 ... 20-2-0 ... 17-1-0)75
71-11-8  (.833) ... Stanford  (15-6-2 ... 15-3-5 ... 22-2-1 ... 19-0-0)


68-16-11  (.774) ... Florida State  (18-4-4 ... 18-6-3 ... 17-3-3 ... 15-3-1)
66-20-6  (.750) ... Texas A&M  (17-6-1 ... 18-4-2 ... 18-5-1 ... 13-5-2)
65-16-9  (.772) ... Denver  (19-3-1 ... 12-5-5 ... 19-3-2 ... 15-5-1)
65-19-11  (.742) ... Florida  (14-6-5 ... 17-5-3 ... 19-4-1 ... 15-4-2)

64-15-8  (.782) ... BYU  (13-3-4 ... 17-4-2 ... 18-6-0 ... 16-2-2)
64-15-10  (.775) ... Navy  (21-2-1 ... 14-5-4 ... 15-4-3 ... 14-4-2)
63-22-7  (.723) ... Penn State  (18-5-3 ... 18-4-2 ... 16-8-0 ... 11-5-2)
62-16-6  (.774) ... Charlotte  (13-5-2 ... 16-5-1 ... 18-4-1 ... 15-2-2)
62-17-10  (.753) ... Oklahoma State  (17-3-3 ... 14-6-3 ... 18-1-4 ... 13-7-0)

59-18-10  (.736) ... USC  (11-5-5 ... 20-3-2 ... 16-5-2 ... 12-6-0)
58-20-7  (.724) ... William & Mary  (16-1-4 ... 15-5-2 ... 15-7-1 ... 12-7-0)
57-16-11  (.744) ... Milwaukee  (16-4-2 ... 13-4-4 ... 18-3-2 ... 10-5-3)
57-21-6  (.714) ... Memphis   (11-6-3 ... 17-4-1 ... 15-5-2 ... 14-6-0)
57-20-12  (.709) ... Purdue  (14-6-3 ... 20-2-3 ... 12-7-3 ... 11-5-3)
57-23-5  (.700) ... North Texas  (15-5-2 ... 15-8-0 ... 15-4-1 ... 12-6-2)
56-20-15  (.698) ... Texas  (18-4-3 ... 16-4-5 ... 13-4-4 ... 8-8-3)

55-17-17  (.714) ... West Virginia  (14-4-3 ... 18-5-2 ... 14-3-6 ... 9-5-6)
55-26-6  (.667) ... Wake Forest  (16-6-1 ... 13-7-3 ... 13-8-0 ... 13-5-2)
54-26-4  (.666) ... UTEP  (15-6-0 ... 13-7-2 ... 13-7-1 ... 13-6-1)

(all records above include games played through Nov. 4, 2009)

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