NCAA Soccer – Mid-Term Recruiting Ranking Update

And the deluge of offseason content continues in earnest. Here are AWK’s latest recruiting class rankings for 2013 and 2014. The final rankings factor in incoming freshmen, international players, and transfers, but only the likely signed freshmen have been counted for these in most part. The transfers of Annie Steinlage to Virginia and Emily Armstrong to UConn have been factored in though.

For conference rankings for 2013, anyone not listed is unranked at the moment. Final rankings for 2013 and an update for 2014 will be out in July. Numbers in parentheses besides the Top 25 for 2013 indicated movement since last July’s update.

2013

1. Stanford
2. UCLA
3 (+2). North Carolina
4 (+3). Notre Dame
5 (-2). USC
6 (+5). Virginia
7 (-3). Florida State
8 (+9). West Virginia
9 (+1). Clemson
10 (-1). Portland
11 (-3). Santa Clara
12. Duke
13. Cal
14 (+1). Ohio State
15 (-9). Boston College
16 (-2). South Carolina
17 (+2). Penn State
18 (NR). Harvard
19 (+1). LSU
20 (-4). Michigan
21 (-3). Georgia
22 (+3). Maryland
23 (+1). Illinois
24 (+2). Wisconsin
25 (-2). Oklahoma State

Conference Rankings

ACC

1. North Carolina
2. Virginia
3. Florida State
4. Clemson
5. Duke
6. Boston College
7. Maryland
8. Wake Forest
9. Syracuse
10. Virginia Tech
11. Miami (FL)
12. Pittsburgh
13. NC State

America East

1. Stony Brook
2. UMBC
3. Vermont
4. Maine

Atlantic 10

1. Richmond
2. VCU
3. La Salle
4. Dayton
5. Saint Louis
6. UMass
7. George Washington
8. Rhode Island
9. Duquesne
10. Xavier
11. Saint Bonaventure
12. Saint Joseph’s

Atlantic Sun

1. Lipscomb
2. Mercer
3. Florida Gulf Coast
4. USC Upstate
5. Jacksonville
6. Belmont

Big XII

1. West Virginia
2. Oklahoma State
3. Baylor
4. Kansas
5. Texas Tech
6. Oklahoma
7. Texas
8. TCU
9. Iowa State

Big East

1. Notre Dame
2. Rutgers
3. UConn
4. Louisville
5. Villanova
6. South Florida
7. Marquette
8. Cincinnati
9. Memphis
10. UCF
11. Providence
12. Georgetown
13. SMU
14. Temple
15. Seton Hall
16. Saint John’s (NY)

Big Sky

1. Portland State
2. North Dakota

Big South

1. Liberty
2. Longwood
3. Charleston Southern
4. Coastal Carolina

Big Ten

1. Ohio State
2. Penn State
3. Michigan
4. Illinois
5. Wisconsin
6. Purdue
7. Indiana
8. Michigan State
9. Minnesota
10. Nebraska
T11. Iowa
T11. Northwestern

Big West

1. Long Beach State
2. Hawaii
T3. Cal Poly
T3. UC Davis
5. Boise State
6. Cal State Fullerton

Colonial

1. James Madison
2. George Mason
3. College of Charleston
4. Towson
5. Delaware
6. Northeastern
7. William & Mary

Conference USA

1. East Carolina
2. Tulsa
3. Southern Miss
4. North Texas
5. Charlotte
6. Florida International
7. UTSA
8. Louisiana Tech
9. Old Dominion

DI Independent

1. Francis Marion

Horizon

1. Loyola (Ill.)

Ivy

1. Harvard
2. Princeton
3. Penn
4. Cornell
5. Dartmouth

MAAC

1. Iona
2. Manhattan
3. Monmouth
4. Fairfield
5. Marist
6. Quinnipiac

MAC

1. Miami (OH)
2. Ball State
3. Kent State
4. Central Michigan
5. Toledo
6. Ohio
7. Bowling Green

Missouri Valley

1. Illinois State
2. Evansville
3. Indiana State
4. Creighton
5. Northern Iowa

Mountain West

1. Wyoming
2. UNLV

Ohio Valley

1. SIU Edwardsville

Pac-12

1. Stanford
2. UCLA
3. USC
4. Cal
5. Washington
6. Colorado
7. Oregon
8. Oregon State
9. Arizona State
10. Washington State

Patriot

1. Boston University
2. Colgate
3. Lafayette
4. Holy Cross
5. Army
6. Loyola (MD)

SEC

1, South Carolina
2. LSU
3. Georgia
4. Kentucky
5. Texas A&M
6. Auburn
7. Vanderbilt
8. Alabama
9. Florida
10. Missouri
11. Mississippi State
12. Ole Miss
13. Tennessee

Southern

1. UNC Greensboro
2. Samford
3. Appalachian State
4. Elon
5. Georgia Southern
6. Wofford

Southland

1. Stephen F. Austin
2. Sam Houston State

Summit

1. Denver
2. North Dakota State
3. Nebraska-Omaha

Sun Belt

1. Georgia State

SWAC

1. Alabama State

WAC

1. New Mexico State

WCC

1. Portland
2. Santa Clara
3. BYU
4. Saint Mary’s (CA)
5. San Diego
6. Gonzaga
7. Loyola Marymount
8. Pepperdine

2014

1. Stanford
2. Duke
3. UCLA
4. Harvard
5. Texas A&M
6. Notre Dame
7. Cal
8. Vanderbilt
9. LSU
10. Penn State
11. North Carolina
12. Missouri
13. Wake Forest
14. Georgia
15. Wisconsin
16. Virginia
17. Rutgers
18. Arizona
19. Syracuse
20. Ole Miss
21. Boston College
22. South Carolina
23. Oklahoma
24. William & Mary
25. Iowa

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