The Seattle University men’s soccer earned the program and school’s first national ranking since returning to NCAA Division I competition, ranked No. 22 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division I national poll.
The women’s soccer team received votes in the same poll at the end of the 2013 season but didn’t make the rankings.
“To have broken into the top 25 is exciting — for our program, our team, our alums, the university and our students,” said coach Pete Fewing.
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From sports-information reports.