BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan men's soccer team moved up one spot in the Atlantic Region in the latest weekly installment of the United Soccer Coaches (USC) NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Rankings that were released Tuesday.
Wesleyan moved up from fifth to sixth place in the Atlantic Region.
The Bobcats went 1-0-1 last week with an impressive 0-0 home draw against No. 1 Charleston and earned a 4-0 road win against Wheeling Jesuit.
Wesleyan, under the guidance of veteran head coach Gavin Donaldson, wrapped up their regular season with a 10-5-3 record.
Despite their first blemish on their record, the University of Charleston remained first in the national rankings with a 16-0-1 mark and stayed first in the regional rankings.
From the MEC, Urbana is eighth and Notre Dame is ninth regionally.
Wesleyan will host Urbana in the semifinals of the MEC Tournament Wednesday at 3 p.m
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