U SPORTS TOP 10 | WOMEN’S SOCCER MOVES UP TO NO. 3

U SPORTS TOP 10 | WOMEN’S SOCCER MOVES UP TO NO. 3

LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western’s women’s soccer team will open its regular season schedule as the No. 3-ranked side in the U SPORTS Top 10 after moving up one spot in the latest poll.

Following UBC’s loss to Victoria over the weekend, the Spartans leapfrogged the Thunderbirds from fourth to third in the Top 10.

The Spartans open their regular season schedule Friday and Saturday when they host UBC and Victoria at Chase Office Field. Game times are 5 p.m. (PT). All Spartans games will be streamed live at www.canadawest.tv

U SPORTS TOP 10 Tuesday Rankings – Sept. 5, 2017

WOMEN’S SOCCER
(regular season record) / Pts / (previous ranking)

1. Laval (1-0-0) / 60 pts / (1)
2. UOIT (3-0-0) / 52 pts / (2)
3. Trinity Western (0-0-0) / 44 pts / (4)
4. UBC (0-1-0) / 38 pts / (3)
5. Queen's (2-0-0) / 34 pts / (5)
6. Montreal (0-0-1) / 27 pts / (6)
7. Calgary (0-0-0) / 24 pts / (7)
8. Cape Breton (0-0-0) / 11 pts* / (8)
9. Victoria (1-0-0) / 11 pts* / (NR)
10. Ottawa (3-1-0) / 9 pts / (NR)

* Cape Breton edges Victoria for No. 8 spot thanks to a greater number of higher-placed votes

Other teams receiving votes: Acadia (7), Guelph (6), Memorial (3), Alberta (2), Western (2)

MEN’S SOCCER
(regular season record) / Pts / (previous ranking)

1 Alberta (3-0-1) / 60 pts / (1)
2 UQAM (1-0-0) / 51 pts / (2)
3 Guelph (3-0-1) / 47 pts / (3)
4 UBC (3-0-1) / 42 pts / (5)
5 Cape Breton (0-0-0) / 33 pts / (4)
6 Toronto (3-0-1) / 30 pts / (8)
7 Ryerson (3-0-1) / 29 pts / (9)
8 Acadia (0-0-0) / 6 pts* / (7)
T9 McMaster (3-1-0) / 6 pts* / (NR)
T9 Montreal (1-0-0) / 6 pts* / (NR)

*Acadia edges McMaster and Montreal for No.8 due to a higher number of higher-placed votes.
*McMaster and Montreal tie for 9th with the same number of higher-placed votes.

Other teams receiving votes: Western (5), UQTR (4), Saskatchewan (2), UBC Okanagan (2), Carleton (1), UPEI (1), York (1)

About U SPORTS
U SPORTS is the national brand for University Sports in Canada. Every year, over 12,000 student-athletes and 500 coaches from 56 universities vie for 21 national championships in 12 different sports. U SPORTS also provides higher performance international opportunities for Canadian student-athletes at Winter and Summer Universiades, as well as numerous world university championships.

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