Bruins Ranked Second in Final NSCAA National Poll

Dec. 7, 2000

Los Angeles -- The UCLA women's soccer team, fresh off its historic run at the 2000 NCAA College Cup in San Jose, Calif. this past weekend, finished No. 2 in the final NSCAA national rankings released Wednesday. It is UCLA's highest national ranking in program history.

UCLA, which ended the season with a 19-4-1 overall record, finishes the season ranked behind 2000 NCAA Champion North Carolina. The Tar Heels were 2-1 winners over the Bruins in Sunday's final.

Notre Dame, a team ranked No. 1 for most of the season and undefeated heading into the College Cup, is ranked third. Portland and Clemson round out the top-five.

Final 2000 NSCAA National Poll
1. North Carolina2. UCLA3. Notre Dame4. Portland5. Clemson6. Penn State7. Santa Clara8. Connecticut9. Nebraska10. Brigham Young11. Washington12. Texas A&M13. Virginia14. Florida State15. California16. Dartmouth17. Duke18. Harvard19. Florida20. Stanford21. USC22. Hartford23. Wake Forest24. Marquette25. Michigan
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