Senior Salute (2015) 

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• Winningest Senior Classes (DI women's soccer; record from 2012-15) – scroll down
Winningest Junior Classes (record from 2012-14; 2015 update coming soon) 
• Winningest Sophomore Classes (record from 2013-14; 2015 update coming soon) 
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Winningest All-Time Senior Classes
• 2015 Senior Player Features – some links to be included below
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2010 Senior Days Photo Collection (2011–14 photos included in links at top of page)

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Updated – Oct. 15, 2015          Contact: Pete LaFleur (editor@collegesoccer360.com)

(10/15/15) – CollegeSoccer360.com's exclusive tracking of the winningest senior classes/4-year records in Division I women's soccer is updated below. 

Note that this page will continue to be updated to include a variety of data and features, including: a listing of the senior class members; senior class photos (and Senior Day info.); links to feature stories/tributes on the seniors, etc.

Be sure to check back to this page regularly throughout the remainder of the 2015 season. CLICK HERE for the 2014 Senior Salute page late in that season (lots of great summary info.).

... Here’s the complete updated list of the nation’s winningest senior classes, as of games played through Oct. 11, 2015 (note: when referencing these lists, CollegeSoccer360.com should be credited for the research and – if possible – provide a direct link to this URL).

Current Four-Year Records in Division I Women’s Soccer (top senior classes; 2012–15)
(as of 10/11/15 games; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com;  2012 … ’13 ... '14 ... '15)
players listed indicate those who have played their entire careers for the school

all research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com (please credit accordingly)
note – shorter version of this list will be added to the right sidebar 

(1) ..... 79-8-5  (.886) ….….. FLORIDA STATE  (20–4–0 … 23–2–3 … 24–1–1 … 12–1–1) 

(2) .…. 75–10–3  (.869) ….. VIRGINIA  (18–5–1 … 24–1–1 … 23–3–0 … 10–1–1)

(3) .. 70–17–5  (.788) ….. TEXAS A&M  (19–5–1 … 18–5–2 … 22–3–2 … 11–4–0) 

(4) ….. 67–12–5  (.827) ….. STANFORD  (21–2–1 … 15–6–1 … 20–2­–3 … 11–2–0)
……… 67–11–8  (.826) .. UCLA  (18–3–2 … 22–1–3 … 21–1–2 … 6–6–1) 

(6) ….. 66–17–5  (.778) …. PENN STATE  (21–4–2 … 15–7–1 … 20–4–0 … 10–2–2) 

(7) .…. 64–17–5  (.773) FLORIDA  (19–5–1 … 18–5–1 … 17–4–2 … 10–3–1)

(8) .60–16–6  (.768) …. NORTH CAROLINA  (15–5–3 … 20–5–0 … 14–4–2 … 11–2–1)       
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. 60–19–5  (.744) …. VIRGINIA TECH  (13–6–1 … 19–5–3 … 16–6–0 … 12–2–1)

(10) . 59–13–7  (.791) .... BYU  (20–2–2 … 15–5–1 … 13–5–3 … 11–1–1)
…….… 59–18–7 (.744) ..… UCF (CENTRAL FLORIDA)  (17–5–2 … 16–3–4 … 18–5–0 … 8–5–1)

(12) . 58–13–10  (.778) .. TEXAS TECH  (16–5–1 … 18–2–3 … 16–4–2 … 8–2–4)
…….… 58–18–5  (.747) .... SAN DIEGO STATE  (21–2–1 … 13–7–2 … 15–5–2 … 9–4–0)
…….… 58–19–5  (.722) .... NORTH TEXAS  (16–5–2 … 14–7–1 … 16–5–1 … 12–2–1) 

(15) . 56–18–8  (.732) ... MICHIGAN  (16–5–3 … 18–4–1 … 12–5–3 … 10–4–1) 

(16) . 55–12–12  (.772) .. WEST VIRGINIA  (11–5–4 … 16–4–3 … 16–2–4 … 12–1–1)
…….… 55–15–8  (.756) ... FURMAN  (16–3–3 … 17–4–2 … 13–4–2 … 9–4–1) 

(18) . 54–16–6  (.750)  STEPHEN F. AUSTIN  (17–4–0 … 16–3–3 … 16–3–1 … 5–6–2)
…….… 54–15–10  (.747) .. NAVY  (19–2–1 … 16–5–0 … 12–4–5 … 7–4–4)
…….… 54–16–7  (.747)  MIAMI OHIO  (20–3–1 … 11–6–4 … 14–3–2 … 9–4–0) 

(21) . 53–23–6  (.640) .... NOTRE DAME  (16–6–2 … 13–8–1 … 14–6–2 … 10–3–1)
…….… 53–24–6  (.675) . KENTUCKY  (14–7–1 … 14–7–1 … 16–7–1 … 9–3–3) 

(23) . 52–20–9  (.698) …. MARQUETTE  (18–2–3 … 18–4–0 … 10–8–3 … 6–6–3)
…….… 52–21–8  (.691) . SOUTH ALABAMA  (8–10–3 … 14–6–3 … 19–3–1 … 11–2–1)

(25) . 5116–9  (.730) . FLORIDA GULF COAST  (13–4–3 … 13–3–4 …17–4–0 … 8–5–2)
…….… 5117–11  (.715)  GEORGETOWN  (16–4–3 … 16–3–2 … 11–5–6 … 8–5–0)
…….… 51–18–8  (.714) .. SANTA CLARA  (12–4–6 … 16–4–2 … 14–6–0 … 9–4–0)
…….… 51–22–7  (.681) .…. La SALLE  (17–5–0 … 15–5–3 … 14–6–2 … 5–6–2) 

(29) . 50–16–6  (.736) ….. MONMOUTH  (10–7–2 … 17–2–2 … 14–5–0 … 9–2–2)
…….… 50–20–9  (.690) .…. CALIFORNIA  (16–6–0 … 11–5–5 … 14–6–2 … 9–3–2) 

(31) . 49–18–10  (.701)  SEATTLE  (9–9–2 … 17–3–2 … 15–4–3 … 8–2–3)
…….… 49–19–10  (.692) .... DePAUL  (9–10–2 … 13–6–2 … 16–1–4 … 11–2–2) 
…..…...
 49–20–9  (.686) .. RUTGERS  (13–8–1 … 13–4–5 … 13–6–1 … 10–2–2) 
…….… 49–22–8  (.671) ..… WISCONSIN  (12–8–1 … 10–7–2 … 19–3–2 … 8–4–3)
…….… 49–22–12  (.663)  SOUTH CAROLINA  (7–10–4 … 17–4–2 … 14–6–5 … 11–2–1)

(36) . 48–23–6  (.662) .. SAMFORD  (11–7–2 … 13–6–2 … 14–8–0 … 10–2–2)  
…….… 48–23–7  (.660) .. LIBERTY  (11–7–3 … 16–6–1 … 14–4–2 … 7–6–1) 
…….… 48–25–5  (.647) ….. ILLINOIS STATE  (13–5–2 … 14–7–1 … 16–6–0 … 5–7–2)

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