Salisbury remains No. 9 in poll; slips to No. 15 in NSCAA poll

Salisbury remains No. 9 in poll; slips to No. 15 in NSCAA poll

MINNEAPOLIS - The Salisbury University men's soccer team has moved to No. 15 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll while remaining No. 9 in the Men's Top 25 poll, the organizations announced Tuesday.

Salisbury suffered a 1-0 loss in the Capital Athletic Conference championship match to No. 7 York College of Pennsylvania, Saturday afternoon which ended the Sea Gulls' 12-game winning streak.

Salisbury (17-3) received 357 points in the poll.

There was not much movement atop the NSCAA poll besides No. 3 and 4 teams switching places, as the top five teams remained the same. No. 1 Ohio Wesleyan University, No. 2 Amherst College, No. 3 Rutgers University-Camden, No. 4 Messiah College and No. 5 Stevens Institute of Technology.

The top three rankings in the poll have been shifted as previously ranked No. 2 Ohio Wesleyan moved up to No. 1 with 596 points. Rutgers-Camden is now No. 2 with 594 points, followed by Messiah College with 576 points.

SU received an at-large bid and was chosen to host first and second-round matches of the NCAA tournament, Nov. 16 and 17. The maroon and gold will face off against Greensboro College (13-5-2) on Saturday. Game time has not yet been announced.

To view the entire NSCAA poll, click here.
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