WestConn women's soccer ranked 25th in latest United Soccer Coaches Poll

WestConn women's soccer ranked 25th in latest United Soccer Coaches Poll

DANBURY, CT - The Western Connecticut State University women's soccer team is ranked 25th in the latest United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Poll, released on Tuesday night.

The Colonials, 11-0-2, are one of six teams in this weeks poll without a loss.  Last week, WestConn registered a pair of double-overtime 1-1 ties.  It was deadlocked with Western New England University and Eastern Connecticut State University last week.

WestConn, the fifth ranked team in New England, takes on SUNY New Paltz at the Westside Athletic Complex on Wednesday.  Game time is set for 7 pm. 

 

United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Women - National - Poll 5 - October 10, 2017

 
Rank School Prev. W-L-T
1 University Of Chicago 1 12-0-0
2 Washington University (Mo.) 2 11-0-1
3 The College of New Jersey 3 10-0-0
4 Williams College 4 10-0-1
5 William Smith College 5 10-1-0
6 Hardin-Simmons University 6 11-0-0
7 Messiah College 7 7-1-3
8 SUNY Geneseo 8 10-0-1
9 Christopher Newport University 9 11-0-1
10 Carnegie Mellon University 10 8-1-2
11 Johns Hopkins University 11 10-2-1
12 Trinity University (Texas) 12 11-1-0
13 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 13 12-1-0
14 Connecticut College 16 9-1-1
15 Ohio Northern University 17 10-1-1
16 Stevens Institute Of Technology 14 8-2-2
17 Rowan University 19 9-1-2
18 Loras College 15 10-1-1
19 Misericordia University 20 9-2-2
20 Illinois Wesleyan University 21 10-2-0
21 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse RV 10-1-2
22 Brandeis University 22 9-1-2
23 Swarthmore College 23 10-2-0
24 Lynchburg College RV 11-1-0
25 Western Connecticut State University RV 11-0-2

Records shown are through games of Oct. 8, 2017

Also receiving votes: Springfield College, University Of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Nazareth College, Emory University, Middlebury College, Pacific Lutheran University, Hope College, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, University Of Scranton, Vassar College