Men's soccer now ranked 19th by Soccer America

Coach Gary St. Clair's team has
not lost in the last five games.
Oakland, Calif.-----San Jose State University moved up to 19th nationally in the October 6 Soccer America Top-25 poll of men’s college soccer programs.

The Spartans (6-1-2) won both of their games last week defeating Cal State-Monterey Bay, 3-1, and the University of San Francisco, 3-0. San Jose State has not lost in its last five games posting four wins and one tie.

For the first time in five weeks, the Spartans are on the road traveling to #24-CS Northridge, on Friday, October 10, and #15-Loyola Marymount, on Sunday, October 12.

Soccer America Top-25
Rank School (record) Previous ranking
1 UCLA (8-1-0) 2
2 Old Dominion (8-0-0) 3
3 North Carolina (8-1-2) 6
4 Maryland (9-1-0) 1
5 Notre Dame (7-1-3) 4
6 Saint Louis (7-1-2) 7
7 Wake Forest (5-3-0) 10
8 St. John's (8-3-1) 11
9 Washington (7-1-1) 12
10 Florida International (6-2-1) 13
11 SMU (7-3-1) 5
12 Akron (7-3-1) 9
13 Seton Hall (4-2-3) 16
14 Santa Clara (8-2-3) 20
15 Loyola Marymount (7-3-1) NR
16 UC Santa Barbara (7-1-1) 14
17 Virginia Tech (8-2-1) NR
18 William & Mary (5-2-2) 18
19 San Jose State (6-1-2) 23
20 UAB (6-2-2) 8
21 Penn State (6-4-0) 15
22 California (5-4-1) 25
23 Tulsa (8-3-0) NR
24 Cal State Northridge (5-0-2) NR
25 Hartwick (8-1-0) NR