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Screaming Eagles flying high in soccer poll

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

University of Southern Indiana Men's Soccer is ranked second in the first NCAA Division II Midwest Region poll of 2016. The Screaming Eagles follow Rockhurst University (first) and lead Drury University (third) and the University of Missouri-St. Louis (fourth) in the top half of the regional poll.
 
The bottom half of the region's eight-team poll includes Saginaw Valley State University (fifth), Missouri University of Science & Technology (sixth), Tiffin University (seventh), and Northwood University (eighth).
 
USI concludes its three-game road swing Friday night at McKendree University before coming home for the final two regular season contests, beginning Sunday at 2:30 p.m. when it hosts the University of Illinois Springfield. The Eagles end the 2016 regular and GLVC season October 26 when they host Bellarmine University for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.
 

MIDWEST

DII Record

In-Region Record

  1

Rockhurst

 12-1-1

12-1-1

  2

Southern Ind.

10-2-2

10-2-2

  3

Drury

8-2-3

9-2-3

  4

Missouri- St. Louis

10-3-1

10-3-1

  5

Saginaw Valley

11-3

11-3

  6

Missouri S&T

6-1-5

7-1-6

  7

Tiffin

10-3-1

10-3-1

  8

Northwood (MI)

8-2-3

8-2-3

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