Men's soccer ranked in both polls for first time this season

Men's soccer ranked in both polls for first time this season

SALISBURY, Md. - The Salisbury University men's soccer team has earned national rankings in both the and National Soccer Coaches Association of America polls, now sitting at No. 12 as ranked by and No. 22 as ranked by the NSCAA coach's poll.

After a week that saw the Sea Gulls win two matches, they have jumped up seven spots in the ranking and received 477 points in the poll. This marks the Sea Gulls' first appearance in the NSCAA poll this season.

Tufts University claimed the top spot in the poll after gaining 970 points and 12 first-place votes. Rounding out the top five was Kenyon College with 956 points and six first-place votes, Franklin & Marshall College with 924 points and one first-place vote, Christopher Newport University with 820 points, and Carnegie Mellon University with 780 points.

In the NSCAA poll, Tufts was once again named the top team. Tufts was followed by Kenyon, Franklin and Marshall, Christopher Newport, and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to round out the top five.

Salisbury returns to the field on Wednesday, September 23 at 4 p.m., when it hosts Eastern University in its final non-conference match before Capital Athletic Conference play opens up. Eastern is ranked No. 14 in the NSCAA poll and received votes in the poll.

To view the poll, click here.

To view the NSCCA poll, click here.

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