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Nov. 8, 2010


Stanford (65-3-3; .937) and North Carolina (65-6-5; .888) remain teid for the most wins over the past three seasons (2008-10; winningest junior classes), in CS360's continuing exclusive coverage of the winningest classes in Division I women's soccer. Notre Dame has slipped back into third (62-7-3), followed by Portland (59-5-1).

The Stanford juniors have tasted defeat only three times during their career (22-2-1 as 2008 NCAA semifinalist ... 25-1-0 as '09 NCAA runner-up .... 18-0-2 so far in 2010).


Here's an updated rundown of the winningest junior classes/three-year records, as of games played through Oct. 24, 2010):

Current Three-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer
 
(top junior classes; '08-'10)
(as of 11/8/10; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com;  2008 ... '09 ... '10)

                                                    bold italics indicate teams not in the 2010 NCAAs

(1) .... 65-3-3  (.937) .... Stanford  (22-2-1 ... 25-1-0 ... 18-0-2)
(3rd-year players: D-Camille Levin & Teresa Noyola ... M-Shira Averbuch & 
Kristy Zurmuhlen ... F-Lindsay Taylor)

......... 65-6-5  (.888) .... North Carolina  (25-1-2 ... 23-3-1 ... 17-2-2)
(3rd-year players: M-Rebecca Crabb ... F-Brittani Bartok, Courtney Jones &
Emmalie Pfankuch ... G-Adelaide Gay)

(3) .... 62-7-3  (.882) .... Notre Dame  (26-1-0 ... 21-4-1 ... 15-2-2)
(3rd-year players: D-Ellen Bartindale, Molly Campbell, Haley Chamberlain & Jessica Schuveiller ... M-Courtney Barg, Brynn Gerstle & Ellen Jantsch ... F-Melissa Henderson)

(4) .... 59-5-1  (.915) .... Portland  (20-2-0 ... 21-2-0 ... 18-1-01)
(3rd-year players: D-Michelle Olivier, Kassi McCluskie & Emma Nelson ... 
F-Danielle Foxhoven & Halley Kreminski)

(5) .... 55-11-4  (.814) .... UCLA  (22-1-2 ... 21-3-1 ... 12-7-1)
(3rd-year players: D-Amelia Mathis & Summer Williams ... M-Charney Burk ... 
F-Sydney Leroux ... G-Tiana Dimmitt)
re-sorted by win pct.: STAN .934 ... Port .921 ... ND .894 ... UNC .889 ... UCLA .818

(6) .... 55-11-4  (.814) .... Denver  (19-3-2 ... 17-6-1 ... 19-2-1)
(7) .... 53-12-5  (.793) .... Florida  (19-4-1 ... 16-6-2 ... 18-2-2)
(8) .... 52-13-4  (.783) .... BYU  (18-6-0 ... 18-4-2 ... 16-3-2)
(9) .... 50-12-3  (.792) ... Charlotte  (18-4-1 ... 16-3-2 ... 16-5-0)
........ 50-11-8  (.783) ... Oklahoma State  (18-1-4 ... 15-7-2 ... 17-3-2)

(11) .. 49-10-7  (.796) ... Dayton  (15-6-1 .. 16-1-6 ... 18-3-0)
........ 49-13-5  (.769) .... Florida State  (17-3-3 ... 19-5-1 ... 13-5-1)
(13) .. 48-12-4  (.781) ... UNC Greensboro  (16-4-3 ... 13-7-0 ... 19-1-1)
........ 48-16-6  (.729) .... Texas A&M  (18-5-1 ... 15-7-3 ... 15-4-2)

(15) .. 46-14-6  (.742) .... Minnesota  (22-4-0 ... 12-5-3 ... 12-5-3)
........ 46-15-5  (.735) ..... Memphis   (15-5-2 ... 16-7-0 ... 15-3-3)
........ 46-16-5  (.724) ..... Boston College  (15-6-2 ... 18-4-2 ... 13-6-1)
(18) .. 45-13-7  (.746) ..... Central Michigan  (12-5-3 ... 17-4-3 ... 16-4-1)
........ 45-15-7 (.724) ...... Central Florida  (14-6-3 ... 17-5-1 ... 14-4-3) 
........ 45-17-3  (.715) ...... Boston Univ.  (15-6-1 ... 14-6-2 ... 16-5-0)

(21) .. 44-16-10  (.700) .... South Carolina  (11-7-4 ... 19-4-2 ... 14-5-4)
(22) .. 42-10-4  (.786) ..... Siena  (13-2-4 ... 12-5-0 ... 17-3-0)
........ 42-15-7  (.711) ..... Milwaukee  (18-3-2 ... 12-6-3 ... 12-6-2)
........ 42-14-7  (.711) ..... Toledo  (16-5-1 ... 11-6-4 ... 15-4-2)

(25) .. 41-17-8  (.682) .... Marquette  (11-8-3 ... 15-5-3 ... 15-4-2)
........ 41-21-5  (.649) ..... Wake Forest  (13-8-0 ... 16-6-2 ... 12-7-3)

(27)  .. 40-15-5  (.708 ..... Creighton  (12-6-1 ... 13-6-2 ... 15-3-2)
........ 40-15-5  (.708) ..... Long Island  (16-4-1 ... 9-8-1 ... 15-3-3)
........ 40-14-13  (.694) .... West Virginia  (14-3-6 ... 10-7-6 ... 16-4-1) 
........ 40-16-8  (.688) ..... USC  (16-5-2 ... 12-6-3 ... 12-5-3)       

bold italics indicate teams not in the 2010 NCAAs
(all records above include games played through Nov. 7, 2010; prior to NCAAs)


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** Oct. 24 update **


There now is a three-way tie when determining the winningest Division I women's soccer teams over the past three seasons, as Stanford has gone 62-3-3 (.934) from 2008-10, Notre Dame is 62-6-3 (.894) and North Carolina 62-6-4 (.889).


Here's an updated rundown of the winningest junior classes/three-year records, as of games played through Oct. 24, 2010):

Current Three-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer
 
(top junior classes; '08-'10)
(as of 10/24/10; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com; 2008 ... '09 ... '10)

(1) .... 62-3-3  (.934) .... Stanford  (22-2-1 ... 25-1-0 ... 15-0-2)
(3rd-year players: D-Camille Levin & Teresa Noyola ... M-Shira Averbuch & 
Kristy Zurmuhlen ... F-Lindsay Taylor)

......... 62-6-3  (.894) .... Notre Dame  (26-1-0 ... 21-4-1 ... 15-1-2)
(3rd-year players: D-Ellen Bartindale, Molly Campbell, Haley Chamberlain & Jessica Schuveiller ... M-Courtney Barg, Brynn Gerstle & Ellen Jantsch ... F-Melissa Henderson)

......... 62-6-4  (.889) .... North Carolina  (25-1-2 ... 23-3-1 ... 14-2-1)
(3rd-year players: M-Rebecca Crabb ... F-Brittani Bartok, Courtney Jones &
Emmalie Pfankuch ... G-Adelaide Gay)

(4) .... 58-5-0  (.921) .... Portland  (20-2-0 ... 21-2-0 ... 17-1-0)
(3rd-year players: D-Michelle Olivier, Kassi McCluskie & Emma Nelson ...
F-Danielle Foxhoven & Halley Kreminski)

(5) .... 52-10-4  (.818) .... UCLA  (22-1-2 ... 21-3-1 ... 9-6-1)
(3rd-year players: D-Amelia Mathis & Summer Williams ... M-Charney Burk ...
F-Sydney Leroux ... G-Tiana Dimmitt)
re-sorted by win pct.: STAN .934 ... Port .921 ... ND .894 ... UNC .889 ... UCLA .818

(6) .... 52-10-4  (.811) .... Denver  (19-3-2 ... 17-6-1 ... 16-2-0)
(7) .... 49-12-4  (.785) .... BYU  (18-6-0 ... 18-4-2 ... 13-2-2)
........ 49-12-5  (.780) .... Florida  (19-4-1 ... 16-6-2 ... 14-2-2)
(9) .... 48-11-5  (.789) .... Florida State  (17-3-3 ... 19-5-1 ... 12-3-1)
........ 48-15-4  (.746) .... Texas A&M  (18-5-1 ... 15-7-3 ... 15-3-0)

(11) .. 47-11-3  (.795) ... Charlotte  (18-4-1 ... 16-3-2 ... 13-4-0)
........ 47-11-7  (.777) ... Oklahoma State  (18-1-4 ... 15-7-2 ... 14-3-1)
(13) .. 45-11-7  (.770) ... Dayton  (15-6-1 .. 16-1-6 ... 14-4-0)

(14) .. 44-12-4  (.767) ... UNC Greensboro  (16-4-3 ... 13-7-0 ... 15-1-1)
........ 44-14-5  (.738) .... Boston College  (15-6-2 ... 18-4-2 ... 11-4-1)
........ 44-14-6  (.734) .... Minnesota  (22-4-0 ... 12-5-3 ... 10-5-3)
........ 44-14-8  (.727) .... South Carolina  (11-7-4 ... 19-4-2 ... 14-3-2)

(18) .. 43-14-7 (.727) ...... Central Florida  (14-6-3 ... 17-5-1 ... 12-3-3) 
........ 43-15-5  (.722) ..... Memphis   (15-5-2 ... 16-7-0 ... 12-3-3)
........ 43-17-3  (.706) ...... Boston Univ.  (15-6-1 ... 14-6-2 ... 14-5-0)
(21) .. 41-13-7  (.730) ..... Toledo  (16-5-1 ... 11-6-4 ... 14-2-2)
........ 41-13-7  (.730) ..... Central Michigan  (12-5-3 ... 17-4-3 ... 12-4-1)

(23) .. 40-15-7  (.702) ..... Milwaukee  (18-3-2 ... 12-6-3 ... 10-6-2)
........ 40-16-8  (.688) .... Marquette  (11-8-3 ... 15-5-3 ... 14-3-2)
........ 40-20-3  (.659) ..... Wake Forest  (13-8-0 ... 16-6-2 ... 11-6-1)

(26) .. 38-10-4  (.769) ..... Siena  (13-2-4 ... 12-5-0 ... 13-3-0)
........ 38-13-5  (.723) ..... Long Island  (16-4-1 ... 9-8-1 ... 13-1-3)
........ 38-15-4  (.702) ..... Monmouth  (14-4-1 ... 15-5-1 ... 9-6-2)
........ 38-15-5  (.698) ..... Georgetown  (13-4-2 ... 12-6-2 ... 13-5-1)
........ 38-16-5  (.686) ..... North Texas  (15-4-1 ... 12-7-2 ... 11-5-2)
........ 38-16-8  (.677) ..... Navy  (15-4-3 ... 14-5-2 ... 9-7-3)
........ 38-22-0  (.633) ..... IUPUI  (13-7-0 ... 17-5-0 ... 8-10-0)

(all records above include games played through Oct. 24, 2010)

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10/17/10 Update ... 

There's a virtual three-way tie when determining the winningest Division I women's soccer teams over the past three seasons, as North Carolina has gone 61-5-4 (.900) from 2008-10, Notre Dame is 61-6-2 (.899) and Stanford 60-3-3 (.932, top win pct. among the three powerhouses).

Here's an updated rundown of the winningest junior classes/three-year records, as of games played through Oct. 17, 2010):

Current Three-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer
 
(top junior classes; '08-'10)
(as of 10/17/10; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com; 2008 ... '09 ... '10)

(1) .... 61-5-4  (.900) .... North Carolina  (25-1-2 ... 23-3-1 ... 13-1-1)
(3rd-year players: M-Rebecca Crabb ... F-Brittani Bartok, Courtney Jones &
Emmalie Pfankuch ... G-Adelaide Gay)

......... 61-6-2  (.899) .... Notre Dame  (26-1-0 ... 21-4-1 ... 14-1-1)
(3rd-year players: D-Ellen Bartindale, Molly Campbell/, Haley Chamberlain & Jessica Schuveiller ... M-Courtney Barg, Brynn Gerstle & Ellen Jantsch ... F-Melissa Henderson)

(3) .... 60-3-3  (.932) .... Stanford  (22-2-1 ... 25-1-0 ... 13-0-2)
(3rd-year players: D-Camille Levin & Teresa Noyola ... M-Shira Averbuch & 
Kristy Zurmuhlen ... F-Lindsay Taylor


(4) .... 56-5-0  (.918) .... Portland  (20-2-0 ... 21-2-0 ... 15-1-0)
(3rd-year players: D-Michelle Olivier, Kassi McCluskie & Emma Nelson ... 
F-Danielle Foxhoven & Halley Kreminski)

(5) .... 52-9-4  (.831) .... UCLA  (22-1-2 ... 21-3-1 ... 9-5-1)
(3rd-year players: D-Amelia Mathis & Summer Williams ... M-Charney Burk ... 
F-Sydney Leroux ... G-Tiana Dimmitt)
re-sorted by win pct.: STAN .932 ... Port .918 ... UNC .900 ... ND .899 ... UCLA .831

(6) .... 50-11-3  (.805) .... Denver  (19-3-2 ... 17-6-1 ... 14-2-0)
(7) .... 48-12-3  (.786) .... BYU  (18-6-0 ... 18-4-2 ... 12-2-1)
(8) .... 47-9-7  (.802) ..... Oklahoma State  (18-1-4 ... 15-7-2 ... 14-1-1)
........ 47-11-4  (.790) .... Florida State  (17-3-3 ... 19-5-1 ... 11-3-0)
........ 47-12-5  (.773) .... Florida  (19-4-1 ... 16-6-2 ... 12-2-2)

(11) .. 46-11-3  (.792) ... Charlotte  (18-4-1 ... 16-3-2 ... 12-4-0)
........ 46-15-4  (.739) .... Texas A&M  (18-5-1 ... 15-7-3 ... 13-3-0)
(13) .. 45-9-7  (.795) ..... Dayton  (15-6-1 .. 16-1-6 ... 14-2-0)
(14) .. 44-13-5  (.750) ... Minnesota  (22-4-0 ... 12-5-3 ... 10-4-2)
(15) .. 43-13-5  (.746) ... Boston College  (15-6-2 ... 18-4-2 ... 10-3-1)

(16) .. 42-12-4  (.759) ..... UNC Greensboro  (16-4-3 ... 13-7-0 ... 13-1-1)
........ 42-15-4  (.721) ..... Memphis   (15-5-2 ... 16-7-0 ... 11-3-2)
........ 42-14-8  (.719) ..... South Carolina  (11-7-4 ... 19-4-2 ... 12-3-2)
(19) .. 41-14-7 (.718) ...... Central Florida  (14-6-3 ... 17-5-1 ... 10-3-3) 
........ 41-17-3  (.697) ...... Boston Univ.  (15-6-1 ... 14-6-2 ... 12-5-0)

(21) .. 40-12-7  (.737) ..... Central Michigan  (12-5-3 ... 17-4-3 ... 11-3-1)
(22) .. 39-13-7  (.720) ..... Toledo  (16-5-1 ... 11-6-4 ... 12-2-2)
........ 39-14-7  (.708) ..... Milwaukee  (18-3-2 ... 12-6-3 ... 9-5-2)
........ 39-19-3  (.664) ..... Wake Forest  (13-8-0 ... 16-6-2 ... 10-5-1)