INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The undefeated Connecticut College men's soccer team was tabbed first in the initial edition of the NCAA regional rankings which were released on Wednesday afternoon. The rankings are a strong indication of which teams are in the best position to qualify for the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Connecticut College (11-0-2, NESCAC 6-0-2) is ranked ahead of Tufts, which is also unbeaten this fall, in the New England region. Led by 10th-year head coach Kenny Murphy, the Camels have their sights set on advancing to the NCAA Tournament in back-to-back seasons for the first time in program history and are currently tied with Tufts for first place in the NESCAC standings with two league matches left. The team has only surrendered two goals, including one which came on a penalty kick, through 13 matches this fall.
The Camels will look to remain in postseason contention when they visit Bowdoin on Saturday, Oct. 20 at noon.