SEATTLE – Washington women's soccer is ranked as the No. 20 team in the country in the initial National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll ahead of the upcoming 2015 season.
Last updated at 06:46 PM PT on 12/5/2014
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|UCLA||10-0||21-1||L2-1 UVA||@ 8/12|
|Stanford||9-1||20-2||L2-0 FSU||@ 8/14|
|Colorado||6-4||14-7||L0-1 UNC||VS 8/21|
|USC||6-5||12-7||Results||@ 8/21 TBD|
|California||5-4||14-6||L1-3 FLA||VS 8/21 TBD|
|Washington State||5-4||10-5||L2-1 SEA||@ 8/16|
|Arizona State||4-4||12-6||L1-3 UK||@ 8/14|
|Arizona||4-6||11-8||L2-7 TA&M||@ 8/21Arizona Live Stream-2|
|Oregon||3-7||7-10||W1-2 ORST||VS 8/15|
|Utah||1-8||8-8||L0-2 COLO||VS 8/21|
|Oregon State||0-11||0-17||L1-2 ORE||8/15|
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