On the eve of a weekend homestand that will include a visit from the defending NCAA Division II national champions, Missouri S&T's men's soccer team has returned to the Top 25 in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America's rankings.


The Miners, 5-1 overall and 3-1 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, rose to No. 17 this week on the strength of road wins at Southern Indiana and Kentucky Wesleyan. S&T also moved from fourth to second in the NSCAA's Midwest regional rankings after the teams ranked second and third last week – Ashland and Tiffin – lost a combined five games during the course of the week.

Missouri S&T was ranked 13th in the NSCAA's pre-season rankings, jumped two spots to 11th.


For more on this story see the Wednesday, Sept. 21 edition of the Daily News.


On the eve of a weekend homestand that will include a visit from the defending NCAA Division II national champions, Missouri S&T's men's soccer team has returned to the Top 25 in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America's rankings.

The Miners, 5-1 overall and 3-1 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, rose to No. 17 this week on the strength of road wins at Southern Indiana and Kentucky Wesleyan. S&T also moved from fourth to second in the NSCAA's Midwest regional rankings after the teams ranked second and third last week – Ashland and Tiffin – lost a combined five games during the course of the week.
Missouri S&T was ranked 13th in the NSCAA's pre-season rankings, jumped two spots to 11th.

For more on this story see the Wednesday, Sept. 21 edition of the Daily News.