Women's Soccer 2014 Final Top 25 Rankings

1#2 Florida State Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
Florida StateSeminoles finally kicked the national title door down by beating Virginia for a third time.
2#3 Virginia Women's Soccer 2014 PreviewVirginiaCavaliers fall just short in the national title match by losing 1-0 again to their nemesis Florida State.
3#8 Stanford Women's Soccer 2014 PreviewStanfordStanford battled eventual national champion Florida State pretty well in the National Semifinal but fell short.
4#10 Texas A&M Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
Texas A&MAn excellent season for Texas A&M to get to the College Cup. This team will be back in the College Cup very soon.
5#1 UCLA Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
UCLAVirginia was able to crack the stout Bruin defense twice in a heartbreaking quarterfinal loss.
6#14 Penn State Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
Penn StateA great run by Penn State to get back to the quarterfinals and they will be primed for a College Cup run in 2015.
7#5 Florida Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
FloridaThe dreaded penalty kick shootout was the difference in the quarterfinals as the Gators fell at Stanford.
8South Carolina Women's Soccer Top 25 Rankings
South CarolinaGamecocks played excellent defense in their run to the quarterfinals. They continue to get better as a program.
9Wisconsin Women's Soccer Top 25 Rankings
WisconsinBadgers took a nice step forward this season with several signature wins and they'll continue to test Penn State in the Big Ten.
10#4 North Carolina Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
North CarolinaNorth Carolina fell short at home against South Carolina in the Sweet 16 by not being able to finish scoring chances.
11Pepperdine Women's Soccer Top 25 Rankings
PepperdineWaves gave UCLA all they wanted in the Sweet 16 in battling the Bruins very hard in a 1-0 loss.
12#15 West Virginia Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
West VirginiaMountaineers fall victim to the penalty kick shootout in the opening round at home to a pesky Georgetown side.
13#18 Texas Tech Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
Texas TechRed Raiders were resilient in rally from two goals down against Florida in the Sweet 16, but could not hold off the Gators.
14Washinton Women's Soccer Top 25 Rankings
WashingtonWashington's improvement offensively and quality defending propelled them to a Sweet 16 run in 2014.
15#6 Notre Dame Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
Notre DameA good first season under new coach Theresa Romagnolo for the Fighting Irish as they continue to establish themselves in the ACC.
16#7 Virginia Tech Women's Soccer 2014 Preview
Virginia TechHokies rally nicely to get to the Sweet 16 after an up and down run through ACC play.
17UCF Women's Soccer Top 25 Rankings
UCFThe Knights get a signature win in the NCAA Tournament in the second round against Wisconsin to highlight their run to the Sweet 16.
18Kentucky Women's Soccer Top 25
KentuckyWildcats ran into a buzzsaw in the Sweet 16 against Virginia but overall this program is definitely on the rise.
19Connecticut Women's Soccer Top 25 Rankings
ConnecticutUConn gave Penn State a nice battle in the Second Round and will be a force in the AAC moving forward.
20DePaul Women's Soccer Top 25 RankingsDePaulThe Blue Demons got a tough draw in Wisconsin on the road in the first round but overall had a fantastic season.
21South Florida Women's Soccer Top 25 RankingsSouth FloridaBulls could not slow down an excellent Illinois State side in the opening round but they will be a tough out moving forward.
22California Women's Soccer Top 25 RankingsCaliforniaThe Golden Bears could not slow down a potent Florida attack in a second round loss.
23Auburn Women's Soccer Top 25 RankingsAuburnAuburn got back to the second round but could not hold a lead against Texas Tech as the Red Raiders wore them down late.
24Boston University Women's Soccer Top 25Boston UniversityThe Terriers could not find a way to solve Northeastern offensively in a first round loss to the Huskies.
25Washington State Women's Soccer Top 25 RankingsWashington StateCougars suffer an excruciating setback in an upset loss to a fiery Seattle University side. WSU will continue to get better.