INDIANAPOLIS – The Georgia College soccer squad spent its second-consecutive week on the NCAA Southeast Region Poll, this week pulling in the No. 10 slot.
Two victories last week couldn’t help the Bobcats advance. Peach Belt Conference (PBC) schools make up seven of the 10 squads involved, as this ranking is used to determine the at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament, beginning later this month.
Armstrong is ranked No. 1 with Lenoir-Rhyne University and Columbus State University rounding out the top three.
The season has come to a close for GC soccer, a 2012 campaign featuring wins over three nationally-ranked opponents among the school’s 10-8-1 record. The Bobcats picked up double-digit victories for the first time since 2009.
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