SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University women's soccer team appeared in the most recent regional rankings, which were released by the United Soccer Coaches (USC) and the NCAA.
The Sea Gulls were ranked seventh in the USC South Atlantic Region poll for the second consecutive week. For the first time this season, the Sea Gulls broke into the NCAA Regional Rankings, in the eighth spot in the South Atlantic Region. The latest rankings were for matches through Sunday, Oct. 27.
TCNJ, Christopher Newport and Centre were the top three teams in both organizations' polls. In the USC poll, Randolph-Macon, Washington & Lee and Emory are slotted above Salisbury in that order. In the NCAA Regional Ranking, Emory is in the fourth spot, followed by Randolph-Macon, Roanoke and Montclair State ranked fifth through seventh.
Salisbury closed out the regular season riding a 14-game unbeaten streak, including a 5-2 win over nationally-ranked CNU, to help clinch the top seed in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Championship Tournament for the first time since the 2012 season.
The Sea Gulls will play the winner of the CAC First Round matchup between York/St. Mary's on Wednesday, Nov. 6 in the semifinals of the CAC Championship Tournament. The game is set for a 2:30 p.m. start at SU Soccer Complex.