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Natalie Bode | NCAA.com | October 25, 2021

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It has been a decade since an NCAA Division I women's soccer team went on an undefeated run en route to a national title. The last to do so was 2011 national champion Stanford, who went 25-0-1.

No. 1 Florida State was the latest to be knocked off this year's tracker, after a 1-0 loss to Duke on Oct. 24 spoiled the Seminoles' 14-0-1 start. FSU had been the top-ranked team in the coaches poll since the preseason.

Here are the remaining undefeated teams — including ties — in the 2021 NCAA DI women's soccer season. All times ET:

UCLA (13-0-3)

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Next game: vs. Stanford, 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28
Last game: Tied Washington State, 1-1 (2OT)

So far this season, UCLA has been led by a stout defense that has been able to log eight shutouts in a row early in the year. The Bruins offense is led by a lethal duo in Mia Fishel and Reilyn Turner.

Georgetown (11-0-6)

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Next game: vs. UConn, 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28
Last game: Def. Seton Hall, 3-0

Georgetown has put together an impressive win column so far this season, upsetting No. 9 Rutgers 1-0 and taking down Texas are of the Hoyas' most notable victories. 

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