College Men: Pitt takes over top spot in Division I rankings

The only unbeaten and untied teams in @UnitedCoaches' NCAA D1 Top 25 men's rankings are No. 8 @MSUBearsMSoccer & No. 15 @GCU_MSoccer.

Pittsburgh, which is enjoying its best season since it moved to the ACC in 2013,  moved into the top spot in the United Soccer Coaches' NCAA Division I men's weekly rankings ahead of defending champion Georgetown and ACC fall champion Clemson.

The Panthers improved to 12-2-0 overall and 8-1-0 in the ACC in the fall and spring with a 2-0 win over Notre Dame on goals by Spaniard Arturo Ordonez and Alexander Dexter. The eight conference wins ties a program record, set in 1995 when the Panthers were in the Big East.

Clemson dropped from No. 1 to No. 3 following its 0-0 tie with No. 4 Wake Forest.

The only unbeaten and untied teams in the Top 25 are No. 8 Missouri State (9-0-0) and No. 15 Grand Canyon (6-0-0).

NCAA D1 men's rankings
(United Soccer Coaches)

1. Pittsburgh (ACC) 12-2-0
2. Georgetown (Big East) 6-0-2
3. Clemson (ACC) 12-2-2
4. Wake Forest (ACC) 11-2-2
5. Stanford (Pac-12) 8-1-1
6. Indiana (Big Ten) 7-1-0
7. Washington (Pac-12) 9-2-0
8. Missouri State (Missouri Valley) 9-0-0
9. Seton Hall (Big East) 7-1-3
10. Loyola Marymount (WCC) 5-0-2
11. New Hampshire (America East) 5-0-1
12. Marshall (Conference USA)  7-2-2
13. UNCW (CAA) 5-1-2
14. Charlotte (Conference USA) 4-2-1
15. Grand Canyon (WAC)  6-0-0
16. Coastal Carolina (Sun Belt) 9-2-2
17. Marquette (Big East) 8-1-1
18. North Carolina (ACC) 6-4-3
19. Penn State (Big Ten) 6-1-1
20. Michigan (Big Ten) 5-3-1
21. James Madison (CAA) 4-0-1
22. High Point (Big South) 9-1-0
23. Saint Mary's (WCC) 5-1-1
24. UCF (AAC) 6-3-0
25. Texas-Rio Grande Valley (WAC) 5-1-2
Note: ACC and Sun Belt played in fall championships. ACC is also playing a spring championship.
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