BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan women's soccer team dropped six 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 13th to 19th after a 1-1 week last week.
The Lady Bobcats defeated Charleston at home by a 1-0 score but suffered a 1-0 setback on the road to Wheeling Jesuit.
The Lady Bobcats still remain the only Mountain East Conference team in the national rankings.
Head coach Patrick Holguin and his Lady Bobcats are 15-2-1 on the season.
Wesleyan also dropped one spot in the Atlantic Regional Rankings, falling from second to third.
Kutztown remained first while West Chester leapfrogged Wesleyan into second.
Notre Dame remained seventh in the regional rankings as the only other MEC team in the regional poll.
Wesleyan will return to action Thursday in the semifinals of the MEC Tournament where they will host Shepherd at 2 p.m.
Click here to view the current USC National Rankings and Atlantic Regional Rankings.
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