Top Two-Year Records (2009-10)

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Nov. 8, 2010

The STANFORD women's soccer team has fashioned an impressive two-year record spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons, with a 43-1-2 mark (.957 win pct.) – the only blemishes being a 1-0 loss to North Carolina in the 2009 NCAA title game (at Texas A&M), a 1-1 tie at Boston College in the 2010 opener, and a 2-2 draw one week later at North Carolina (BC and UNC both have been ranked #1 in the 2010 season).


Stanford 2010 team

Stanford's current two-year win total (43) and .957 win pct. are the best in Division I women's soccer spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons, followed by North Carolina (40-5-3; .865) and Portland (39-3-1; .919). 


Here's a rundown of the nearly 25 teams with the most wins (29-plus) over the past two seasons (as of games played through Nov. 7, 2010, heading into the NCAAs):


Current Two-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer
 
(top soph. classes; '09-'10)
(as of 11/7/10; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com;  2009 ...'10)

                                                    bold italics indicate teams not in the 2010 NCAAs

(1) .. 43-1-2  (.957) ...... Stanford  (25-1-0 ... 18-0-2)
(3) .. 40-5-3  (.865) ...... North Carolina  (23-3-1 ... 17-2-2)
(2) 
.. 39-3-1  (.919) ...... Portland  (21-2-0 ... 18-1-1)
(4) .. 36-6-3  (.833) ...... Notre Dame  (21-4-1 ... 15-2-2)

(5) .. 36-8-2  (.804) ....... Denver  (17-6-1 ... 19-2-1)
(6) .. 34-4-6  (.841) ....... Dayton  (16-1-6 ... 18-3-0)
....... 34-7-4  (.800) ....... BYU  (18-4-2 ... 16-3-2)
....... 34-8-4  (.783) ....... Florida  (16-6-2 ... 18-2-2)

(9) .. 33-8-4  (.778) ...... Central Michigan  (17-4-3 ... 16-4-1)
....... 33-10-2  (.756) .... UCLA  (21-3-1 ... 12-7-1)
....... 33-9-6  (.7950) .... South Carolina  (19-4-2 ... 14-5-4)

(12) .. 28-8-1  (.770) ..... UNC Greensboro  (13-7-0 ... 19-1-1)
........ 32-8-2  (.790) ...... Charlotte  (16-3-2 ... 16-5-0)
........ 32-10-2  (.750) ..... Florida State  (19-5-1 ... 13-5-1)
........ 32-10-4  (.739) ..... Oklahoma State  (15-7-2 ... 17-3-2)

(13) .. 31-8-4  (.767) ...... Maryland  (14-6-2 ... 17-2-2)
......... 31-9-4 (.750) ....... Central Florida  (17-5-1 ... 14-4-3) 
......... 31-10-3  (.739) ..... Memphis   (16-7-0 ... 15-3-3)
......... 31-10-3  (.739) ..... Boston College  (18-4-2 ... 13-6-1)

(17) .. 30-9-5  (.739) ...... Marquette  (15-5-3 ... 15-4-2)
........ 30-11-2  (.721) ..... Boston Univ.  (14-6-2 ... 16-5-0)
........ 30-11-5  (.707) ..... Texas A&M  (15-7-3 ... 15-4-2)

(20) .. 29-8-0  (.784) ..... Siena  (12-5-0 ... 17-3-0)
........ 29-9-4  (.738) ..... UC Irvine  (12-7-2 ... 17-2-2)
........ 29-11-2  (.714) ... Oregon State  (14-8-1 ... 15-3-1)
 
(all records above include games played through Nov. 7, 2010; prior to NCAAs)

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Oct. 24 update

The STANFORD women's soccer team has fashioned an impressive two-year record spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons, with a 40-1-2 mark (.954 win pct.) – the only blemishes being a 1-0 loss to North Carolina in the 2009 NCAA title game (at Texas A&M), a 1-1 tie at Boston College in the 2010 opener, and a 2-2 draw one week later at North Carolina (BC and UNC both have been ranked #1 in the 2010 season).


Stanford 2010 team

Stanford's current two-year win total (40) and .954 win pct. are the best in Division I women's soccer spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons, followed by Portland (38-3-0; .927) and North Carolina (37-5-2; .863).

Here's a rundown of the nearly 30 teams with the most wins (25-plus) over the past two seasons (as of games played through Oct. 24, 2010):


Current Two-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer
 
(top soph. classes; '09-'10)
(as of 10/24/10; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com; 2009 ...'10)

(1) .. 40-1-2  (.954) ...... Stanford  (25-1-0 ... 15-0-2)
(2) .. 38-3-0  (.927) ...... Portland  (21-2-0 ... 17-1-0)
(3) .. 37-5-2  (.863) ...... North Carolina  (23-3-1 ... 14-2-1)
(4) .. 36-5-3  (.852) ...... Notre Dame  (21-4-1 ... 15-1-2)

(5) .. 33-8-1  (.798) ....... Denver  (17-6-1 ... 16-2-0)
....... 33-7-4  (.796) ....... South Carolina  (19-4-2 ... 14-3-2)
(7) .. 31-6-4  (.805) ........ BYU  (18-4-2 ... 13-2-2)
...... 31-8-2  (.781) ........ Florida State  (19-5-1 ... 12-3-1)

(9)
 .. 30-5-6  (.805) ....... Dayton  (16-1-6 ... 14-4-0)
....... 30-8-4  (.762) ....... Florida  (16-6-2 ... 14-2-2)
....... 30-9-2  (.756) ....... UCLA  (21-3-1 ... 9-6-1)
....... 30-10-3  (.733) ..... Texas A&M  (15-7-3 ... 15-3-0)
(13) .. 29-7-2  (.790) ...... Charlotte  (16-3-2 ... 13-4-0)

(14) .. 29-8-3  (.763) ...... Boston College  (18-4-2 ... 11-4-1)
........ 29-8-4  (.756) ...... Central Michigan  (17-4-3 ... 12-4-1)
........ 29-8-4 (.756) ....... Central Florida  (17-5-1 ... 12-3-3) 
........ 29-8-5  (.750) ...... Marquette  (15-5-3 ... 14-3-2)
........ 29-10-3  (.726) .... Oklahoma State  (15-7-2 ... 14-3-1)

(19) .. 28-8-1  (.770) ..... UNC Greensboro  (13-7-0 ... 15-1-1)
........ 28-10-3  (.720) .... Memphis   (16-7-0 ... 12-3-3)
........ 28-11-2  (.707) .... Boston Univ.  (14-6-2 ... 14-5-0)

(22) .. 27-7-3  (.770) .... Ohio State  (14-4-2 ... 13-3-1)
........ 27-8-3  (.750) ..... Maryland  (14-6-2 ... 13-2-1)
........ 27-8-4  (.744) ..... UC Irvine  (12-7-2 ... 15-1-2)
........ 27-9-2  (.737) ..... Oregon State  (14-8-1 ... 13-1-1)
........ 27-12-3  (.679) ... Wake Forest  (16-6-2 ... 11-6-1)
 
(all records above include games played through Oct. 24, 2010)

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Update below through games as of Oct. 17, 2010

The STANFORD women's soccer team has fashioned an impressive two-year record spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons, with a 38-1-2 mark (.951 win pct.) – the only blemishes being a 1-0 loss to North Carolina in the 2009 NCAA title game (at Texas A&M), a 1-1 tie at Boston College in the 2010 opener, and a 2-2 draw one week later at North Carolina (BC and UNC both have been ranked #1 this season).

Stanford's current two-year win total (38) and .951 win pct. are the best in Division I women's soccer spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons, followed closely by Portland (36-3-0; .923) and North Carolina (36-4-2; .881).

Here's a rundown of the nearly 30 teams with the most wins (25-plus) over the past two seasons (as of games played through Oct. 17, 2010):


Current Two-Year Records in D-I Women's Soccer
 
(top soph. classes; '09-'10)
(as of 10/17/10; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com;  2009 ... '10)

(1) .... 38-1-2  (.951) ..... Stanford  (25-1-0 ... 13-0-2)
(2) .... 36-3-0  (.923) ..... Portland  (21-2-0 ... 15-1-0)
......... 36-4-2  (.881) ..... North Carolina  (23-3-1 ... 13-1-1)
(4) .... 35-5-2  (.857) ..... Notre Dame  (21-4-1 ... 14-1-1)

(5) .. 31-8-1  (.788) ....... Denver  (17-6-1 ... 14-2-0)
....... 31-7-4  (.786) ....... South Carolina  (19-4-2 ... 12-3-2)
(7) .. 30-3-6  (.846) ....... Dayton  (16-1-6 ... 14-2-0)
...... 30-6-3  (.808) ........ BYU  (18-4-2 ... 12-2-1)
...... 30-8-1  (.782) ........ Florida State  (19-5-1 ... 11-3-0)
...... 30-2-2  (.775) ........ UCLA  (21-3-1 ... 9-5-1)

(11) .. 29-8-3  (.763) ...... Oklahoma State  (15-7-2 ... 14-1-1)
(12) .. 28-7-2  (.784) ...... Charlotte  (16-3-2 ... 12-4-0)
........ 28-7-3  (.776) ...... Boston College  (18-4-2 ... 10-3-1)
........ 28-7-4  (.769) ...... Central Michigan  (17-4-3 ... 11-3-1)
........ 28-8-4  (.750) ...... Florida  (16-6-2 ... 12-2-2)
........ 28-10-3  (.720) .... Texas A&M  (15-7-3 ... 13-3-0)

(17) .. 27-8-4 (.744) ...... Central Florida  (17-5-1 ... 10-3-3) 
........ 27-8-5  (.738) ..... Marquette  (15-5-3 ... 12-3-2)
........ 27-10-2  (.718) ... Memphis   (16-7-0 ... 11-3-2)

(20) .. 26-6-3  (.786) ..... Ohio State  (14-4-2 ... 12-2-1)
........ 26-7-3  (.764) ..... Maryland  (14-6-2 ... 12-1-1)
........ 26-8-1  (.757) ..... UNC Greensboro  (13-7-0 ... 13-1-1)
........ 26-11-2  (.692) ... Boston Univ.  (14-6-2 ... 12-5-0)
........ 26-11-3  (.688) ... Wake Forest  (16-6-2 ... 10-5-1)

(25) .. 25-8-4  (.730) ..... Creighton  (13-6-2 ... 12-2-2)
........ 25-8-4  (.730) ...... UC Irvine  (12-7-2 ... 13-1-2)
........ 25-9-2  (.722) ...... Oregon State  (14-8-1 ... 11-11-1)
........ 25-12-1  (.671) .... Louisiana Tech  (12-7-1 ... 13-5-0)
........ 25-13-0  (.658) .... IUPUI  (17-5-0 ... 8-8-0)
 
(all records above include games played through Oct. 17, 2010)

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