BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan women's soccer team dropped three spots this week in the United Soccer Coaches (USC) NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Rankings that were released on Tuesday.
The women dropped from 10th to 13th after suffering their first loss of the season on Sunday to Notre Dame.
Wesleyan also won a 1-0 home decision last week over Fairmont State.
The Lady Bobcats still remain the only Mountain East Conference team in the national rankings.
Head coach Patrick Holguin and his Lady Bobcats are 14-1-1 on the season.
There was no movement among the top three in the Atlantic Regional Rankings.
Kutztown remained first followed by West Virginia Wesleyan and West Chester.
Notre Dame moved up from 10th to seventh in the regional rankings as the only other MEC team in the regional poll
Wesleyan will return to action Wednesday at home as they face Charleston at 5 p.m.
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