Six UAA women's and men's soccer teams are ranked in the latest NCAA Division III Regional Rankings.
Three women's teams are ranked among the top-two teams in their regions. University of Chicago (14-1-0) is ranked first and Washington University (11-2-2) second in the Central Region and Brandeis University (13-2-1) is ranked second in the New England Regional.
The Maroons are ranked sixth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) national poll with the Bears 11th and the Judges 17th.
Carnegie Mellon University (9-4-1) is ranked third in the Great Lakes Region and 18th in the NSCAA national poll.
NYU (8-3-3) is ranked sixth in the East Region, while Emory University (8-5-0) is eighth in the South Atlantic Region.
University of Chicago (15-0-0) is the top-ranked team in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) national poll and ranked first in the NCAA Division III Central Region. The Maroons can clinch an automatic bid with one win and at least a tie in this weekend's matches at Case Western Reserve University and Carnegie Mellon University. They can also clinch with one win and one Emory loss or tie.
University of Rochester (8-2-3, East) and Washington University (9-3-1, Central) are each ranked third in their respective regions. The Yellowjackets are ranked 16th in the NSCAA national poll.
Emory University (9-3-1) is ranked sixth in the South Atlantic Region, Carnegie Mellon (10-2-2) is seventh in the Great Lakes Region, and Brandeis University (7-4-3) is eighth in the New England Region.
Carnegie Mellon is ranked 23rd in the NSCAA poll with the Bears and Eagles each receiving votes.