NSCAA releases 2016 postseason NCAA women’s soccer rankings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Via NSCAA) – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America released the national postseason rankings for NCAA Division I women’s teams on Tuesday.

In the final postseason rankings, the University of Southern California snags the championship title and number one spot, leaving former number one ranked West Virginia University of fall to number two. Georgetown University and the University of North Carolina end the season at number three and four while the University of South Carolina lands at number five to finish.

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NCAA Division I Women Final 2016 National Rankings

Rank School 1st Votes Total Points Prev. W-L-T
1 University Of Southern California 30 772 7 19-4-2
2 West Virginia University 0 742 1 23-2-2
3 Georgetown University 0 705 5 20-3-3
4 University Of North Carolina 1 693 6 17-4-4
5 University Of South Carolina 0 637 3 21-2-1
6 Stanford University 0 575 2 18-2-1
7 Duke University 0 556 14 15-5-3
8 Auburn University 0 535 16 17-7-0
9 Brigham Young University 0 526 4 18-3-1
10 University Of Florida 0 465 9 17-5-1
11 University Of Virginia 0 437 15 15-5-2
12 Clemson University 0 428 12 14-5-4
13 UCLA 0 387 18 15-5-2
14 Florida State University 0 346 10 14-4-4
15 University Of Minnesota 0 333 8 16-3-4
16 University Of Utah 0 292 23 13-4-5
17 Santa Clara University 0 277 NR 12-7-4
18 Northwestern University 0 249 21 16-3-4
19 University Of Arkansas 0 209 17 18-5-0
20 University of Connecticut 0 188 13 19-3-1
21 University of Notre Dame 0 168 11 13-3-5
22 Pepperdine 0 147 19 12-5-4
23 University of Colorado 0 119 20 15-6-1
24 North Carolina State University 0 91 NR 11-9-2
25 Rutgers University 0 85 22 12-5-6

Also receiving votes: Penn State University (49), University of Oklahoma (27), University Of Kansas (14), University Of California (14), University of Nebraska (4), Ohio State University (2), Illinois State University (2), Marquette (1)