Big East men's soccer rankings
Published: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Updated: Thursday, September 27, 2012 00:09
Overall (2-5-1), BE (0-1-0)
DePaul continued with their poor season this week by losing their Big East opener against Marquette (5-0).
Overall (2-5-1), BE (0-1-0)
This season continues to be very disappointing for Providence, after making the post-season last year. They lost their conference opener against USF (1-0) in OT.
Overall (3-3-0). BE (0-1-0)
This week, Rutgers lost their Big East season opener against Georgetown (1-0) in OT.
12. Seton Hall
Overall (4-5-0), BE (0-1-0)
Seton Hall currently has a better record than in 2011, but they are still out of playoff position. This week, they lost their season opener against Syracuse (1-0). Their goalie Michael Kuzan (R-Sr.) was awarded the Goalie of the Week award.
Overall (4-4-1), BE (1-0-0)
Cincinnati won their Big East season opener this week against Pittsburgh (1-0). The goal was scored by John Manga (Fr.) who would later be awarded Rookie of the Week in the Big East.
Overall (5-3-0), BE (1-0-0)
This week Louisville beat a higher ranked team, Notre Dame (2-1). The goals for Louisville were scored by Andrew Farrell (Jr.) and Dylan Mares (R-So.)
Overall (6-2-2) , BE (0-1-0)
Pittsburgh had a very unsuccessful week with their first two losses of the season. They were beaten by Cincinnati in their Big East opener (1-0), and lost again against Navy (1-3). The goal was scored by Al Harrison (Jr.)
Overall (7-2-1), BE (0-0-0)
Villanova still hasn’t had their Big East season opener. This week, they beat Temple (1-0). The goal was scored by Kyle Soroka (Sr.) who was later included in the Big East Honor Roll.
Overall (6-2-1), BE (1-0-0)
This week, USF won both of their games. First, they topped Providence (0-1) and then won against Florida Gulf Coast (3-0). Two goals were scored by Ashani Fairthrough (Sr.) who was included in the Big East Honor Roll.
6. St. John’s
Overall (6-1-3), BE (0-1-0)
St John’s recorded their first loss of the season this week against UConn (3-0). They later won their game against Columbia (1-3). Ji Mulligan (R-Jr.) lead the team to victory with 1 goal and 1 assist.
5. Notre Dame
Overall (7-1-0), BE (0-1-0)
Notre Dame lost their first game of the season this week against Pittsburgh (2-1). However their season has been solid so far and they still are a big contender for the Big East Finals.
Overall (8-2-0), BE (1-0-0)
Syracuse won their Big East opener this week against Seton Hall (1-0). The goal was scored by Jordan Vale (Fr.) who was later included in the Big East Honor Roll. Syracuse also won against UMass (0-2) this week.
Overall (9-0-1), BE (1-0-0)
Georgetown beat Rutgers this week (1-0) in OT. They also beat James Madison (0-1). The goal was scored by Cole Seiler (Fr.) who was later included in the Big East Honor Roll.
Overall (8-0-1), BE (1-0-0)
This week, UConn continued with their incredibly successful season by winning their Big East opener against St John’s (3-0). Carlos Alvarez (Sr.) led the team to victory with 2 goals and 1 assist, and was later given the Offensive Player of the Week Honors. They also beat Yale later in the week (0-2).
Overall (8-0-0), BE (1-0-0)
Marquette continue with their amazing season by continuing their winning streak. They crushed their Big East opener against DePaul (5-0). Seb Jannson (So.) was one of the leaders of the victory with one goal and one assist. Defender Paul Dillon (Jr.) was included in the Big East Honor Roll after the victory.