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Big 12 soccer has seven teams ranked in the top 45 of the latest NCAA RPI. Six squads are in the top 35.
The Big 12 boasts 67 percent of its league in the top 35 of the RPI - the greatest percentage of any conference in the nation.
Big 12 teams have a .703 win percentage versus non-conference foes, the best tally since 2011. The current percentage would rank third all-time in the history of the league.
Oklahoma State (No. 5), Texas (6), TCU (23) and WVU (25) all rank among the NCAA’s top 25 list for the nation’s toughest schedules.
The Big 12 is the only conference with two teams in the top six.
The Big 12 has had four teams in the top 25 three times in the past six weeks and at least three ranked teams for seven straight weeks.
West Virginia is riding a 10-match unbeaten streak and has not lost since August 29. The Mountaineers have not dropped a home match since October 2, 2009 (23 games).
Oklahoma State is unbeaten in nine of its last 10 matches and has recorded three league wins - its most in a season since 2011.
Texas Tech junior Alli Murphy ranks seventh nationally in total assists (10) and eighth in assists per game (0.71).
Kansas has the nation’s best winning percentage (.933).
KU goalie Kaitlyn Stroud is fourth in the nation in save percentage (.910) while placing ninth for goals against average (0.42).
Baylor has 33 shutouts over the last three seasons, including seven in 2014. Goalie Michelle Kloss has 24 career shutouts, three away from tying for the BU career record.
Iowa State senior goalkeeper Andrea Swanson has recorded 213 saves in her career, fourth on the all-time ISU saves list.