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Lees-McRae Jumps To Sixth In Southeast Region PDF Print
Written by Staff Reports   
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 14:38

The Lees-McRae College women's soccer team is ranked sixth in the NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Division II Southeast Region Poll, jumping three spots from last week's poll, announced NSCAA officials Tuesday.

 

The sixth-place regional rank marks the highest in program history in the NSCAA poll, and the fourth week the Bobcats have been listed among the region's top teams this season. Lees-McRae (10-2-1, 9-0 Conference Carolinas) picked up two pivotal results in conference play last week, defeating defending regular season champion Belmont Abbey College, 1-0, before earning a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Mount Olive College on Saturday.
Lenoir-Rhyne University (12-1-0) continues to top the region, entering the week ranked sixth in the nation, while North Georgia College & State University (11-1-0) is ranked second in the region and 13th nationally. No. 18 Armstrong Atlantic State University (10-2-1) is third, followed by Columbus State University (10-3-2) and Lander University (11-2-1). Lees-McRae is sixth, followed by University of North Carolina at Pembroke (8-4-2), Anderson University (8-6-0), Tusculum College (8-5-1), and Mount Olive (8-3-1).
Lees-McRae returns to the pitch on Wednesday when the Bobcats host Erskine College in a conference matchup at Tate Field. The match is slated to kick off at 5 p.m. following the Bobcats' senior night festivities.

 

NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Southeast Region Poll

 

Rk.  School           Record


 
1.Lenoir-Rhyne        12-1-0
2.North Georgia       11-1-0
3.Armstrong Atlantic  10-2-1
4.Columbus State      10-3-2
5.Lander              11-2-1
6.Lees-McRae          10-2-1
7.UNC Pembroke         8-4-2
8.Anderson             8-6-0
9.Tusculum             8-5-1
10.Mount Olive         8-3-1

 

Bobcats Ranked Sixth In Southeast Region

 

 The Lees-McRae College men's soccer team is ranked sixth in the NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Division II Southeast Region Poll, jumping three spots from last week's poll, announced NSCAA officials Tuesday.
Lees-McRae (10-3-1, 7-1 Conference Carolinas) has won six straight matches and seven of its last nine to vault into the top six in the region rankings. The Bobcats opened last week with a narrow 3-2 win at Pfeiffer University before notching a 2-0 win over Belmont Abbey College on Wednesday to run their win streak to five matches. Lees-McRae completed the three-win week in impressive come-from-behind fashion on Saturday, rallying from a 3-1 deficit at the interval to defeat Mount Olive College, 4-3.
Coker College (12-1, 7-0 CC) jumps to the top of the region and seventh in the nation this week, as No. 10 Anderson University (11-2) falls one spot to second. Flagler College (10-3-1) enters the week ranked third in the region and 17th in the nation, followed by Mars Hill College (9-4-0) and University of Montevallo (8-3-3). The Bobcats are sixth, followed by University of North Carolina at Pembroke (9-3-1), Barton College (9-4-0, 5-3 CC), Lander University (6-5-1). Clayton State University (8-5-0), and Limestone College (8-5-0, 5-3 CC) are tied for 10th.
Lees-McRae returns to the pitch on Wednesday when the Bobcats host Erskine College in a conference matchup at Tate Field. The match is slated to kick off at 7 p.m. following the Bobcats' senior night festivities.

 

NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Southeast Region Poll

 

Rk. School      Record

 

1.Coker          12-1-0
2.Anderson       11-2-0
3.Flagler        10-3-1
4.Mars Hill       9-4-0
5.Montevallo      8-3-3
6.Lees-McRae     10-3-1
7.UNC Pembroke    9-3-1
8.Barton          9-4-0
9.Lander          6-5-1
10.Clayton State  8-5-0
10.Limestone      8-5-0

 

 

 

 

 

  
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