Virginia takes over No. 1 spot in NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Rankings
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — United Soccer Coaches released the latest men’s and women’s rankings for all divisions of college soccer on Tuesday.
Virginia takes over the No. 1 spot in the women’s Division I poll, as Florida State drops to No. 3 after the Seminoles finally lost for the first time this season. Duke, the team that toppled FSU, climbs up four spots from No. 6 to No. 2.
See below for a full look at the NCAA Division I women’s rankings, and use the links below to view each of the other polls across other divisions.
NATIONAL – POLL 10 – OCTOBER 26, 2021
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Records shown are through games of Oct. 24, 2021
Also receiving votes: Washington State University (57), Virginia Tech (54), Penn State University (28), Baylor University (19), Clemson University (15), University Of South Carolina (9), West Virginia University (6), University of Houston (5), Harvard University (5), University Of Memphis (4), Saint Mary’s College Of California (3), University of Central Florida (3), University of Oregon (3), Butler University (3), Princeton University (3), Wake Forest University (2), University of North Carolina-Wilmington (2), Hofstra University (2)
Kerry Dziczkaniec will serve as interim head coach.
Xavier locked up the title with one game left to play.
Arkansas has captured the SEC regular season title.
FSU lost for the first time in 16 games this fall.
Rutgers won the Big Ten title with an unbeaten record.
Kelsey Turnbow had a goal and three assists.