The NCAA Soccer rankings are out and this week there were quite a few VidSwap soccer users shifting in and out of the coaches’ top 25 list. All these teams and their coaches are taking full advantage of our soccer video analysis software, where we break down the games for them, and mark everything on a timeline from possession and set plays to pitch position and 50-50 touches. This allows all of these teams to focus on climbing even higher in the rankings.
Check out our list of the VidSwap Soccer movers this week:
#6 Cal State Northridge – Division I Men’s
The Cal State Northridge Matadors men’s soccer team held on to the number 6 spot nationally this week with a win over the Bradley Braves and improved their overall record to 8-1. A big congrats to Matadors head coach Terry Davila, now in his 14th year, on his eighth victory over a non-conference opponent this season, which set a new program record!
Gonzaga University – Division I Men’s
The Gonzaga Bulldogs didn’t quite crack the top 25 this week, falling from the #22 spot, but did receive six votes in the NCAA poll this week. They are coming off solid victory against Seattle University and are looking to climb their way back into rankings.
#17 University of Minnesota – Division I Women’s
The Golden Gophers women’s soccer team upset #13 Michigan in Ann Arbor on Sunday, landing themselves at #17 in the rankings. Minnesota will return home this week to take on Big Ten rivals Ohio State on Friday and Penn State on Sunday to see if they can continue their rise.
#13 Colorado School of Mines – Division II Women’s
In one of the most thrilling games last week, featuring two NSCAA top-25 unbeaten teams, #13 ranked Colorado School of Mines women’s team defeated #17 UC-Colorado Springs 1-0 in overtime. The School of Mines Orediggers remain unbeaten this season, and have their eyes set on improving their top scoring offense which is ranked an impressive 31st nationally this season.
#7 College at Brockport – Division III – Men’s
The Brockport Golden Eagles also remained unbeaten, and took the #7 spot in the Division III poll this week after a decisive 2-0 win over Buffalo State. Goalkeeper Casey Sullivan was named the SUNY Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the third time this year following his impressive shutout performance.
#18 Rensselaer Polytechnic – Division III Women’s
Though the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers fell to Saint Mary College this week, their 5 -2 record was enough for them to remain ranked 18th in nation for DIII schools. The Engineers start their Liberty League play at home against St. Lawrence and Clarkson this week in hopes of gaining traction in the NCAA rankings.
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater – Division III Women’s
Narrowly missing the top 25 but receiving votes, UW-Whitewater coach Ryan Quamme’s Warhawks racked up their fifth shutout of the year as Wisconsin-Whitewater improved to 8-0-2 overall and 3-0-0 in the WIAC.
Congrats to all our VidSwap Soccer movers on our list! If your team wants to join the ranks of these stellar programs contact us today!