United Soccer Coaches: 1. Marshall (9-3-3)
. Shut out Georgetown, UNC and Indiana to win first national title. 2. Indiana (12-2-2)
. Only two losses from 1-0 decisions, second to Marshall in final. 3. Pittsburgh (16-4-0)
. Set school record for wins, played in first College Cup in spring. 4. North Carolina (9-5-4)
. Features six graduate students and three fifth-year seniors. 5. Georgetown (10-2-2)
. Picked first in Big East conference preseason coaches poll. 6. Clemson (14-3-3)
. Hasn't lost at Historic Riggs Field since October 2018. 7. Wake Forest (13-3-2)
. Ranked in Top 10 for the last 67 installments of national poll. 8. Stanford (10-3-1)
. Ousseni Bouda is back after being injured in 2020-21. 9. Washington (12-5-0)
. Returns all eight players who received All-Pac-12 honors. 10. Seton Hall (10-2-4)
. Reached NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for first time since 1988. 11. Penn State (9-2-2)
. Danny Bloyou and Peter Mangione return from Big Ten's top offense. 12. Missouri State (12-2-0).
Returns all 11 starters from MVC spring champions. 13. UCF (9-3-1).
Returns entire backline from team that allowed only 10 goals in 13 games. 14. Kentucky (12-5-2)
. Reached NCAA Tournament round of 16 for third time in spring. 15. Virginia Tech (8-6-4)
. One of five ACC teams ranked in Top 25. 16. Oregon State (10-5-0).
Hermann Trophy winner Gloire Amanda joined Austria Klagenfurt. 17. Loyola Marymount (6-0-3).
Noel Caliskan and Jacob Jackson lead reigning WCC champs. 18. Charlotte (6-3-2).
Joey Brito, a fifth-year senior, will anchor the midfield. 19. Marquette (8-3-2).
Swede Lukas Sunesson returns after breakout sophomore season. 20. New Hampshire (8-1-1).
Looking to capture fourth consecutive America East title. 21. James Madison (5-1-3).
Preseason favorite to win third straight CAA title. 22. Grand Canyon (8-2-0)
. Landed one of 14 at-large spots in NCAA spring tournament. 23. Fordham (7-1-2).
Won fourth Atlantic-10 crown this past spring. 24. High Point (12-2-0).
MD Myers was second in nation in goals (14) in 2020-21. 25. Coastal Carolina (9-5-2)
. Coach Shaun Docking has 295-138-40 record in 23 seasons.