Senior Salute (UNC seniors post 90th career victory; updated thru 11/15 games)

This update includes the second-round NCAA Tournament games played on Nov. 15, involving 15 of the teams on this list. The North Carolina senior class reached 90 career wins (90-9-4) following Sunday's 4-0 win over Georgia, while the Notre Dame seniors (89-10-4) now are one win away from that milestone.


Here's a bonus look at the programs with the most total games played over the past four seasons: North Carolina (103 games), Notre Dame (103), Florida State (99), Florida (98), UCLA (96), Texas A&M (96), Penn State (95), Stanford (93), Denver (93), Oklahoma State (93), Texas (92), West Virginia (92), BYU (91), Purdue (91), South Carolina (91), USC (90), Portland (89) and Wake Forest (89).


The teams listed below include 11 of the 16 still alive in the 2009 NCAAs: UNC, ND, UCLA, Portland, Stanford, FSU, A&M, Florida, Wake Forest, BC and South Carolina.

 

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; yearly records are 2006...'07...'08...'09)

(1) ... 90-9-4  (.893) ... North Carolina  (27-1-0...19-4-1 ... 25-1-2 ... 19-3-1)
(2) ... 89-10-4  (.884) ... Notre Dame  (25-1-1 ... 19-5-2 ... 26-1-0 ... 19-3-1)
(3) ... 82-9-5  (.880) ... UCLA  (21-4-0 ... 20-2-2 ... 22-1-2 ... 19-2-1)


(4) ... 75-11-3  (.860) ... Portland  (17-4-3 ... 18-4-0 ... 20-2-0 ... 20-1-0)
(5) ... 74-11-8  (.839) ... Stanford  (15-6-2 ... 15-3-5 ... 22-2-1 ... 22-0-0)
(6) ... 71-17-11  (.773) ... Florida State  (18-4-4 ... 18-6-3 ... 17-3-3 ... 18-4-1)


(7) ... 68-21-7  (.745) ... Texas A&M  (17-6-1 ... 18-4-2 ... 18-5-1 ... 15-6-3)
(8) ... 67-17-9  (.769) ... Denver  (19-3-1 ... 12-5-5 ... 19-3-2 ... 17-6-1)
(9) ... 66-17-8  (.769) ... BYU  (13-3-4 ... 17-4-2 ... 18-6-0 ... 18-4-2)
....... 66-21-11  (.730) ... Florida  (14-6-5 ... 17-5-3 ... 19-4-1 ... 16-6-2)

(11) ... 65-23-7  (.721) ... Penn State  (18-5-3 ... 18-4-2 ... 16-8-0 ... 13-6-2)
(12) ... 64-16-10  (.767) ... Navy  (21-2-1 ... 14-5-4 ... 15-4-3 ... 14-5-2)
......... 64-17-12  (.753) ... Oklahoma State  (17-3-3 ... 14-6-3 ... 18-1-4 ... 15-7-2)
(14) ... 63-17-6  (.767) ... Charlotte  (13-5-2 ... 16-5-1 ... 18-4-1 ... 16-3-2)

(15) ... 59-17-11  (.741) ... Milwaukee  (16-4-2 ... 13-4-4 ... 18-3-2 ... 12-6-3)
......... 59-19-12  (.722) ... USC  (11-5-5 ... 20-3-2 ... 16-5-2 ... 12-6-3)
......... 59-22-6  (.713) ... Memphis   (11-6-3 ... 17-4-1 ... 15-5-2 ... 16-7-0)

(18) ... 58-20-7  (.724) ... William & Mary  (16-1-4 ... 15-5-2 ... 15-7-1 ... 12-7-0)
......... 58-21-12  (.703) ... Purdue  (14-6-3 ... 20-2-3 ... 12-7-3 ... 12-6-3)
......... 58-24-6  (.693) ... UNC Greensboro  (13-8-2 ... 16-5-1 ... 16-4-3 ... 13-7-0)

(21) ... 57-21-10 (.705) ... Central Florida  (11-6-2 ... 15-4-4 ... 14-6-3 ... 17-5-1)
......... 57-24-5  (.692) ... North Texas  (15-5-2 ... 15-8-0 ... 15-4-1 ... 12-7-2)
......... 57-26-6  (.674) ... Wake Forest  (16-6-1 ... 13-7-3 ... 13-8-0 ... 15-5-2)

(24) .. 56-19-17  (.701) ... West Virginia  (14-4-3 ... 18-5-2 ... 14-3-6 ... 10-7-6)
........ 56-21-15  (.690) ... Texas  (18-4-3 ... 16-4-5 ... 13-4-4 ... 9-9-3)

(26) ... 55-18-8  (.728) ... Monmouth  (14-4-2 ... 12-5-4 ... 14-4-1 ... 15-5-1)
......... 55-21-10  (.698) ... Boston College  (12-7-3 ... 11-5-4 ... 15-6-2 ... 17-3-1)
......... 55-22-14  (.681) .... South Carolina  (11-6-5 ... 14-6-3 ... 11-7-4 ... 19-3-2)

(29) ... 54-17-9  (.731) ... Western Kentucky  (11-8-0 ... 14-3-3 ... 15-2-4 ... 14-4-2)
......... 54-26-4  (.666) ... UTEP  (15-6-0 ... 13-7-2 ... 13-7-1 ... 13-6-1)
......... 54-30-4  (.636) ... Georgia  (10-9-0 ... 18-4-2 ... 11-11-1 ... 15-6-1)

(32) ... 53-24-9  (.669) ... Boston Univ.  (13-5-3 ... 11-7-3 ... 15-6-1 ... 14-6-2)

(all records above include games played through Nov. 15, 2009)

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