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Iowa soccer falls out of Great Lakes poll after 1-1 weekend

BY DI STAFF | SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 5:00 AM

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Following a loss to Iowa State (4-2) on Sept. 5, Iowa (5-1) fell out of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Great Lakes poll.

The Hawks beat Colorado State (1-3) on Sunday, but it was not enough for them to stay in the top-10 poll.

The Big Ten again dominated the poll — eight teams from the conference are ranked.

Wisconsin (6-0) is the new No. 1 team in the poll, jumping over now No. 2 Penn State (4-1). The Nittany Lions are followed by No. 3 Rutgers (4-0), No. 4 Illinois (5-1), No. 5 Michigan State (6-0), No. 6 Nebraska (4-2), and No. 7 Northwestern (3-1-1). Michigan (2-2) was also included in this week’s poll, coming in at ninth.

— by Jordan Hansen


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