Women's Soccer Earns National Ranking
Sep 22, 2015
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Sept. 22, 2015) - The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the new regional and national rankings for all NCAA divisions, Junior College divisions, and NCCAA levels. The University of Dubuque women's soccer team garnered their first ranking of the season, #2 in the North Region and #24 in the nation with a 5-1 overall record.
The Spartans improved on their #6 North Region ranking from the previous week's poll. The Spartans are the lone Iowa Conference team to ranked in the national rankings, but five squads have moved among the Top-10 in the North Region. The Spartans play host to Dominican University on Wednesday, Sept. 23 under the lights of Oyen Field with a start time of 7:00 p.m. UD will begin their Iowa Conference season on Saturday, Sept. 26 against the Wartburg College Knights at 2:00 p.m. on Oyen Field.
The NSCAA regional and national college rankings are a week-to-week status of qualified programs. These polls are released on Tuesday afternoons on NSCAA.com during the college soccer season.
Complete North Region Rankings listed below:
DA St. Mary's University of Minnesota 1-0; DH Carleton College 3-1;
|2||University Of Dubuque
DA Monmouth College 2-1; DH North Park University 2-1;
|3||University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
LA Concordia University Wisconsin 1-5; DH Wittenberg University 4-1;
|4||University Of Wisconsin-Stout
LH Viterbo University 2-3; DH University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 2-0; DH College Of St. Scholastica 1-0;
DH University Of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1-0; DA College of Saint Benedict 2-1;
|6||Lake Forest College
LA Milwaukee School of Engineering 2-3; DA Ripon College 4-1;
LA Wheaton College (Ill.) 0-2; TA DePauw University 2-2;
|8||University Of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
LA University Of Chicago 1-2; DH University of Wisconsin-Platteville 3-1; DH Central College 2-1;
DH Cornell College 7-1; DH Westminster College 3-0;
|10||College of Saint Benedict
DH St. Mary's University of Minnesota 5-0; LH Luther College 1-2;
Also receiving votes: Wartburg (6), University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (2), Knox College (1)