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Bobcats Ranked 10th in NSCAA Southeast Region PDF Print
Written by Whitney Noble   
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 19:01

The Lees-McRae College women's soccer team has cracked the top 10 in the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Southeast Region poll for the first time this season, entering the week tied for 10th in the region, announced NSCAA officials Tuesday.

Lees-McRae (9-6, 7-1 Conference Carolinas) is currently riding an eight-match winning streak, including six straight clean sheets and a stretch of more than 580 minutes without conceding a goal. The Bobcats rank among the national leaders in several categories, entering the week ranked 32nd in save percentage (0.848) and 34th in shutout percentage (0.533).

Lenoir-Rhyne University (10-1-2) enters the week ranked first in the region and 11th in the nation, followed by No. 19 Clayton State University (9-3-3), No. 22 Wingate University (10-1-3), Columbus State University (10-4-0), and Armstrong Atlantic State University (6-3-3). The University of North Georgia (9-3-1) is fifth, followed by Lander University (10-2-0), Belmont Abbey College (9-3-1), and Newberry College (8-5-0). Lees-McRae and Queens University of Charlotte (9-3-2) are tied for 10th.

Lees-McRae returns to the pitch on Saturday when the Bobcats travel to Mount Olive, N.C. to take on Mount Olive College at 4 p.m.

NSCAA/Continental Tire
NCAA Division II Southeast Region Poll
Rk.     School     Record

1     Lenoir-Rhyne      10-2-1
2     Clayton State      9-3-3
3     Wingate      10-1-3
4     Columbus State      10-4-0
5     Armstrong Atlantic State      6-3-3
6     North Georgia      9-3-1
7     Lander      10-2-0
8     Belmont Abbey      9-3-1
9     Newberry      8-5-0
10     Queens (N.C.)      9-3-2
10     Lees-McRae      9-6-0

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