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National champion Stanford leads final 2017 NCAA men’s rankings

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Via United Soccer Coaches) – United Soccer Coaches released the final regional and national rankings on Tuesday for NCAA Division I men’s soccer, led by Stanford University (19-2-2) after capturing their third consecutive national championship on Sunday.

Led by head coach Jeremy Gunn and MAC Hermann Trophy finalist Tomas Hilliard-Arce, Stanford joined the University of Virginia (1991-1994) as the only teams in NCAA Division I men’s soccer history to win three straight titles with a double overtime victory over No. 2-ranked Indiana in the College Cup final at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Penn.

Stanford, who were ranked No. 1 nationally in the United Soccer Coaches pre-season poll, also becomes the first school to win NCAA Division I championships in both men’s and women’s soccer in the same year.

NCAA DI Men – Final Postseason Ranking (December 12, 2017)

School Points Prev W-L-T
Stanford University 597 3 19-2-2
Indiana University 576 2 18-1-6
University Of Akron 542 4 18-4-2
University Of North Carolina 537 7 17-4-1
Wake Forest University 502 1 19-2-2
Michigan State University 470 15 13-3-4
University Of Louisville 465 9 13-2-5
Southern Methodist University 395 10 17-3-1
Western Michigan University 372 6 17-4-1
University Of Wisconsin 356 20 12-5-5
Fordham University 347 NR 14-6-3
Butler University 317 19 14-5-2
Duke University 306 14 13-4-3
University of New Hampshire 254 RV 13-4-5
Coastal Carolina University 238 RV 14-7-1
Georgetown University 226 11 14-4-2
Clemson University 200 5 12-6-1
University of Notre Dame 180 12 11-8-3
University Of Virginia 157 8 14-4-5
Florida International University 144 13 12-2-4
Colgate University 107 NR 12-11-1
University Of Michigan 93 16 12-6-2
Dartmouth College 90 17 13-3-2
Seattle University 68 23 15-4-4
Columbia University 61 RV 12-3-3

Also receiving votes: Old Dominion University (43), United States Air Force Academy (39), University of the Pacific (38), Albany, University at (25), Virginia Commonwealth University (25), Virginia Tech (13), University of North Carolina-Wilmington (7), University Of California (4), University Of Massachusetts (4), University Of San Francisco (2)

United Soccer Coaches college rankings are an indicator of the week-to-week status of qualified programs. To be eligible for consideration in United Soccer Coaches college rankings, a school must be a member of the United Soccer Coaches College Services Program.

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