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Warriors soccer scores programs highest national ranking
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NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Rankings
  1. Saint Rose (N.Y.)
  2. Columbus State (Ga.)
  3. Central Missouri
  4. Rollins (Fla.)
  5. Seattle Pacific (Wash.)
  6. Grand Valley State (Mich.)
  7. California (Pa.)
  8. Fort Lewis (Colo.)
  9. Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.)
  10. St. Edward’s (Texas)
  11. Metro State (Colo.)
  12. Wisconsin-Parkside
  13. Bloomsburg (Pa.)
  14. Cal State Stanislaus
  15. Florida Southern
  16. Merrimack (Mass.)
  17. Belmont Abbey (N.C.)
  18. West Chester (Pa.)
  19. Franklin Pierce (N.H.)
  20. West Florida
  21. Northern Michigan
  22. Truman State (Mo.)
  23. Montana State-Billings
  24. Colorado Mines
  25. Kutztown (Pa.)
With securing the program’s best-ever start, the Cal State Stanislaus women’s soccer team has turned that run into a No. 14 ranking in the latest NSCAA/ Top 25 poll. The position is the highest the Warriors have ever been.In 2008, the Warriors were ranked No. 24 and the 2005 team that finished 15-4-2 peaked at No. 16.
Cal State Stanislaus is also ranked No. 2 in the West Region, behind Seattle Pacific, by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
This time, the Warriors are the only California team that is nationally ranked.
The Warriors are off to a 7-1 start (6-1 against Division II opponents) and are in first place in the California Collegiate Athletic Association North Division with a 5-1 record.
"Being ranked No. 14 is wonderful recognition for our university, program and our student-athletes," CSUS head coach
Gabriel Bolton
said. "We are very proud of what we have accomplished thus far this season and our formula for success remains the same.  We work hard, we take one day at a time, and we enjoy the journey we are on as a team."
Led by CCAA scoring leader
Karenee Demery and the stellar defense, the Warriors host South Division powers Cal State L.A. and Cal State Dominguez Hills on Friday and Saturday, respectively. Cal State L.A. is currently fifth in the region and was No. 7 in the nation just two weeks ago.