KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Oct. 5, 2021) —United Soccer Coaches released the latest Men’s and Women’s Rankings for all divisions of NCAA, NJCAA and NCCAA soccer, sponsored by Verizon, on Tuesday.

At the NCAA Division I both men’s and women’s top teams remain the same this week. In the men’s poll, Georgetown claims the top spot while improving to 8-0-0 for the season. Florida State remains at the summit of the women’s poll for the seventh straight week.

Franklin Pierce took over No. 1 in the NCAA Division II men’s poll this week, as Grand Valley State remains on top of the women’s rankings. For the NCAA Division III rankings, Washington & Lee University (Men’s Poll) and The College of New Jersey (Women’s Poll) hold onto their No. 1 positions. 

United Soccer Coaches DI Rankings – Oct. 5, 2021

NCAA Division I Men Women
NCAA Division II Men Women
NCAA Division III Men Women
NJCAA Division I Men Women
NJCAA Division II Men Women
NJCAA Division III Men Women
NCCAA Division I Men Women
NCCAA Division II Men Women


At the Junior College Division I level, both Salt Lake Community College on the men’s side and Tyler Junior College in the women’s poll claim No. 1 spots this week in addition to extending their undefeated seasons.  

The Junior College Division II men’s poll Top 5 has no modifications, while the women’s Top 5 saw change throughout with previously No. 3 ranked Jones College taking over the No. 1 spot. NJCAA Division III’s Delta College remained at the summit of the women’s poll this week.

The NCCAA Division I men’s poll remains unchanged at the top, with Mid-America Christian at 10-0-0. On the women’s side, Campbellsville University jumped four spots to claim first.

Both NCCAA Division II polls are led by the same schools, Great Lakes Christian (Women’s Poll) and Bob Jones (Men’s Poll).

(Note: At the time of release, NJCAA Division III Men’s Rankings were not submitted.)

United Soccer Coaches college rankings, released every Tuesday during the regular season, are an indicator of the week-to-week status of qualified programs and in no way should be used as a guide or indicator of eligibility for championship selection. To be eligible for consideration in United Soccer Coaches college rankings, a school must be a member of the United Soccer Coaches College Services Program.