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2015 NCAA Division I men's soccer season

NCAA Division I
Season 2015
Top goalscorer 15 goals
Nick DePuy (UC Santa Barbara)
Biggest home win VMI 0–11 UNC Greensboro
(October 27)
Biggest away win USC Upstate 7–0 Presbyterian
(September 5)
UNC Greensboro 7–0 VMI (October 10)
Highest scoring VMI 0–11 UNC Greensboro
(October 27)
Longest winning run 15 games
Creighton (August 28–October 28)
Longest unbeaten run 15 games
Creighton (August 28–October 28)
Longest winless run 34 games
VMI
(since 9/12/2014)
Longest losing run 31 games
VMI
(since 9/23/14)
Highest attendance Home field–14,919
Cal Poly @ UC Santa Barbara
(October 24)
Neutral field–4,226
Maryland v. St. John's @Indiana (August 30)
Lowest attendance Home field–0
UMass @ St. Peter's (August 31)*
St. Francis Brooklyn @ St. Peter's (September 12)*
Sacred Heart @ St. Peter's (September 16)*
LIU Brooklyn @ St. Peter's (September 20)*
Canisius @ St. Peter's (October 24)*
Neutral field–22
Missouri State v. Loyola Marymount @ New Mexico (September 18)
* – Possibly incorrect, but official
2014
2016

The 2015 NCAA Division I men's soccer season is the 56th season of NCAA championship men's college soccer. The regular season began on August 28 and continues into November 2015. The season will culminate with the 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship in December 2015. There are 206 teams in men's Division I competition.[1] The defending champions are Virginia who defeated UCLA 0–0 (4–2 PKs) to win its seventh NCAA soccer title.[2]

Contents

  • Changes from 2014 1
    • Coaching changes 1.1
    • New programs 1.2
    • Discontinued programs 1.3
    • Conference realignment 1.4
  • Season overview 2
    • Pre-season polls 2.1
  • Regular season 3
    • #1 3.1
    • Standings 3.2
    • Major upsets 3.3
  • Statistics 4
    • Individuals 4.1
    • Teams 4.2
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Changes from 2014

Coaching changes

Program Outgoing coach Manner of departure Date of vacancy Incoming coach Date of appointment
Campbell Steve Armas Hired as an assistant at Wake Forest May 7, 2015 Dustin Fonder June 9, 2015 [3]
Cal Poly Phil Ruskin Interim, not retained Was not announced Steve Sampson December 4, 2014[4]
Denver Bobby Muuss Head Coach at Wake Forest January 8, 2015 Jamie Franks January 30, 2015[5]
Drake Sean Holmes Fired August 28, 2015 Gareth Smith (Interim) August 28, 2015 [6]
Eastern Illinois Mark Hansen Not retained Was not announced Kiki Lara March 10, 2015[7]
Evansville Mike Jacobs Resigned November 2014 Marshall Ray December 8, 2014[8]
Grand Canyon Petar Draksin Relieved of duties December 11, 2014 Schellas Hyndman January 13, 2015[9]
Green Bay Dan Popik Resigned November 2014 Jeremy Bonomo March 8, 2015[10]
High Point Dustin Fonder Head coach at Campbell June 9, 2015 EJ O'Keeffe July 22, 2015 [11]
James Madison Dr. Tom Martin Retired September 22, 2014 Tom Foley January 8, 2015[12]
UMass Devin O'Neill Interim not retained/to Western New England March 5, 2015 Fran O'Leary February 11, 2015 [13]
UNC Asheville Matt Kern Contract not renewed November 20, 2014 Mathes Mennell February 11, 2015[14]
St. Bonaventure Mel Mahler Resigned November 20, 2014 Kwame Oduro December 18, 2015[15]
SIU Edwardsville David Korn &
Brian Jones
Interim Co-head to Associate head coach
Interim Co-head to Assistant, Saint Louis FC
December 5, 2014 Mario Sanchez January 27, 2015[16]
SMU Tim McClements Contract not renewed January 9, 2015 Kevin Hudson January 9, 2015 [17]
VMI Richie Rose Resigned November 19, 2015 Jon Freeman January 7, 2015[18]
Wake Forest Jay Vidovich Head coach for the Portland Timbers 2 December 18, 2014 Bobby Muuss January 8, 2015[19]
Yale Brian Tompkins Moved to administration August 2014 Kylie Stannard December 29, 2014[20]

New programs

Discontinued programs

None.

Conference realignment

School Previous Conference New Conference
Northern Kentucky Atlantic Sun Conference Horizon League

NJIT, previously the only Division I basketball independent, played the 2014 season as a single-sport member of the Sun Belt Conference. Although NJIT replaced Northern Kentucky in the Atlantic Sun Conference (A-Sun) in July 2015, the men's soccer team remains in the Sun Belt for the 2015 season due to contractual commitments to that league. NJIT men's soccer will join the A-Sun in 2016.[21]

Additionally, the 2015 season is the last for Coastal Carolina in the Big South Conference. The Chanticleers will join the Sun Belt Conference on July 1, 2016 in all sports except football, with that team joining the conference a year later. The arrival of Coastal Carolina will maintain the Sun Belt at six men's soccer members, preserving the league's automatic NCAA tournament berth.[22]

Season overview

Pre-season polls

Several American soccer outlets posted their own preseason top 25 rankings of what were believed to be the strongest men's collegiate soccer teams entering 2015.

NSCAA[23]
Rank Team
1 UCLA
2 Virginia
3 Georgetown
4 Notre Dame
5 North Carolina
6 Creighton
7 Providence
8 Stanford
9 Michigan State
10 Washington
11 Clemson
12 UMBC
13 Maryland
14 Indiana
15 Syracuse
16 California
17 Charlotte
18 Louisville
19 Xavier
20 UC Irvine
21 Coastal Carolina
22 Saint Louis
23 Penn State
24 Old Dominion
25 Akron
College Soccer News[24]
Rank Team
1 UCLA
2 Virginia
3 Georgetown
4 Creighton
5 Stanford
6 Providence
7 Notre Dame
8 Washington
9 Maryland
10 North Carolina
11 Clemson
12 Indiana
13 Michigan State
14 Charlotte
15 Louisville
16 California
17 UC Irvine
18 Xavier
19 Syracuse
20 UMBC
21 Coastal Carolina
22 Old Dominion
23 Saint Louis
24 Akron
25 Penn State
Soccer America[25]
Rank Team
1 UCLA
2 Virginia
3 Georgetown
4 Stanford
5 Creighton
6 Maryland
7 Providence
8 Clemson
9 North Carolina
10 Notre Dame
11 Louisville
12 Washington
13 Indiana
14 California
15 Charlotte
16 Syracuse
17 UC Santa Barbara
18 UC Irvine
19 Akron
20 Coastal Carolina
21 UConn
22 Xavier
23 Penn State
24 Delaware
25 Old Dominion
Top Drawer Soccer[26]
Rank Team
1 Virginia
2 UCLA
3 Georgetown
4 Stanford
5 Creighton
6 North Carolina
7 Notre Dame
8 Michigan State
9 California
10 Louisville
11 UC Irvine
12 Maryland
13 Clemson
14 Kentucky
15 Penn State
16 Xavier
17 Charlotte
18 Indiana
19 Saint Louis
20 Washington
21 Monmouth
22 Coastal Carolina
23 Syracuse
24 Providence
25 UMBC

Regular season

#1

Weekly NSCAA #1 ranked team[27]
Date Team Date Team Date Team Date Team
August 3 (preseason) UCLA None until after season starts September 1 UCLA September 8 Creighton
September 15 Creighton September 22 Creighton September 29 Creighton October 6 Creighton
October 13 Creighton October 20 Creighton October 27 Creighton November 3 TBD
November 10 TBD November 17 TBD None until after tournament December 15 TBD

Standings

2015 America East Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Albany 4 2 0     9 7 1
New Hampshire 3 2 1     10 3 3
Binghamton 3 2 1     8 6 2
Stony Brook 3 2 1     7 6 3
UMBC 2 2 2     9 5 3
Vermont 2 2 2     8 6 3
UMass Lowell # 2 3 1     7 8 1
Hartford 0 4 2     4 7 5
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 American Athletic Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#9 SMU 7 0 1     12 2 3
#11 South Florida 5 1 2     11 4 2
Connecticut 3 3 2     7 5 5
Tulsa 3 3 2     7 6 3
UCF 3 4 1     7 8 1
Temple 2 6 0     10 6 2
Cincinnati 1 4 3     7 8 3
Memphis 1 4 3     3 9 4
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Atlantic 10 Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Dayton 5 0 2     10 4 3
George Washington 5 2 0     10 7 0
Saint Louis 4 1 2     8 5 2
Rhode Island 4 2 1     9 6 2
Fordham 4 2 1     6 6 4
Duquesne 3 3 1     5 10 2
UMass 3 3 1     4 12 1
VCU 2 2 3     4 9 4
George Mason 2 3 2     6 8 2
Saint Joseph's 2 4 1     3 12 2
LaSalle 2 5 1     6 10 2
Davidson 2 5 0     5 9 3
St. Bonaventure 1 6 0     2 15 1
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 ACC men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Atlantic
#2 Wake Forest 6 0 2     14 1 2
#3 Clemson 6 1 1     14 1 2
Boston College 4 4 0     9 6 1
#12 Syracuse 3 4 1     10 5 2
NC State 1 4 3     8 5 3
Louisville 1 4 3     6 8 3
Coastal
#5 North Carolina 6 1 1     14 1 2
#14 Notre Dame 4 2 2     9 3 5
#18 Virginia 4 2 2     8 3 3
Duke 3 4 1     10 6 2
Virginia Tech 0 5 3     5 9 3
Pittsburgh 0 7 1     5 9 3
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Atlantic Sun Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Florida Gulf Coast 4 0 1     7 3 3
North Florida 4 0 1     8 6 1
Lipscomb 3 2 0     6 8 1
USC Upstate 1 3 1     5 6 1
Jacksonville 1 4 0     3 11 1
Stetson 0 4 1     5 9 2
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Big East Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#7 Georgetown 8 0 0     12 2 2
#1 Creighton 7 1 0     16 1 0
Xavier 5 2 1     11 4 1
Butler 5 3 0     9 4 3
Providence 3 4 1     7 6 2
DePaul 3 4 1     4 12 1
Villanova 3 5 0     8 8 0
Saint John's 2 4 2     4 10 3
Marquette 1 6 1     5 9 2
Seton Hall 0 8 0     0 14 1
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Big South Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Radford 7 1 1     12 2 2
#10 Coastal Carolina 6 1 1     11 1 2
Winthrop 6 1 1     8 6 1
High Point 3 3 2     7 6 4
Longwood 3 3 1     8 7 1
Campbell 3 4 0     7 8 0
Gardner–Webb 3 5 0     4 12 0
Liberty 2 5 1     6 9 1
UNC Asheville 2 5 0     5 10 1
Presbyterian 0 7 1     0 15 1
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Big Ten Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#23 Ohio State 4 2 1     10 4 2
#21 Rutgers 4 3 0     11 4 1
Northwestern 4 3 0     7 7 2
Michigan 3 2 2     8 4 4
Indiana 3 3 1     10 4 2
Maryland 2 2 3     7 5 4
Michigan St. 2 3 2     8 7 2
Penn State 2 4 2     6 7 3
Wisconsin 1 3 3     4 10 3
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Big West Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
North
UC Santa Barbara 9 2 0     13 5 1
#20 Cal Poly 5 2 3     10 4 4
UC Davis 3 4 3     7 9 3
Sacramento State 3 6 1     6 10 2
South
Cal State Fullerton 6 3 1     11 7 1
CSU Northridge 4 4 2     8 7 3
UC Irvine 3 5 2     5 10 4
UC Riverside 2 8 0     6 12 1
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Colonial Athletic Association men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#19 Elon 6 2 0     13 4 0
#17 Hofstra 6 2 0     11 5 0
Delaware 5 2 1     9 6 3
Charleston 4 3 1     7 7 2
UNC Wilmington 3 3 2     8 6 3
James Madison 3 3 2     3 9 4
William & Mary 2 6 0     6 8 2
Northeastern 2 6 0     3 11 2
Drexel 2 6 0     3 14 1
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Conference USA men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#16 Kentucky 6 0 1     10 3 2
South Carolina 6 2 0     9 6 1
Charlotte 5 1 1     8 4 2
#13 Old Dominion 3 2 2     8 3 3
Florida International 3 3 1     9 5 1
UAB 2 5 0     4 10 0
New Mexico 1 4 2     7 5 4
Marshall 1 5 1     6 8 1
Florida Atlantic 1 6 0     2 10 2
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Horizon League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
UIC 6 0 2     9 4 3
Northern Kentucky # 4 1 3     8 4 4
Detroit 2 1 5     6 3 8
Wright State 4 3 1     9 6 1
Oakland 4 3 1     7 8 1
Cleveland State 3 3 2     7 7 2
Valparaiso 2 3 3     6 6 5
Green Bay 2 4 2     5 8 3
Milwaukee 1 5 2     4 10 3
Belmont 1 6 1     4 12 2
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Ivy League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#24 Dartmouth 5 0 0     9 3 1
Brown 3 1 1     9 5 1
Harvard 3 2 0     7 6 2
Columbia 3 2 0     9 4 1
Cornell 2 3 0     4 11 0
Princeton 1 3 1     7 5 2
Penn 1 3 1     2 9 2
Yale 0 4 1     1 12 1
  • ‡-Conference champion
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#22 Monmouth 7 0 3     11 3 4
Rider 6 2 1     10 4 1
Iona 5 3 2     9 6 3
Marist 5 3 2     7 8 2
Fairfield 5 3 2     6 5 6
Siena 5 4 1     6 9 3
Canisius 5 5 0     8 8 1
Saint Peter's 3 5 1     6 8 2
Manhattan 3 5 1     3 10 2
Quinnipiac 1 6 4     1 11 6
Niagara 0 9 1     1 15 3
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Mid-American Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#6 Akron 3 0 1     12 3 2
Western Michigan 2 1 1     8 3 4
Buffalo 2 1 1     7 5 4
Northern Illinois 1 2 1     7 6 1
Bowling Green 1 3 0     8 8 1
West Virginia 1 3 0     6 10 0
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Missouri Valley Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
SIUE 4 1 0     10 3 1
Bradley 4 1 0     7 8 0
Drake 3 1 1     9 4 2
Loyola Chicago 2 1 2     9 3 4
Missouri State 2 2 1     5 5 4
Central Arkansas 1 4 0     2 13 1
Evansville 0 6 0     2 13 0
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Northeast Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
LIU Brooklyn 6 0 0     11 5 2
Saint Francis (PA) 5 2 0     10 5 3
Robert Morris 4 1 1     10 6 1
St. Francis Brooklyn 3 1 2     10 2 4
Bryant 1 2 4     3 7 6
Central Connecticut 2 5 0     4 10 2
Fairleigh Dickinson 0 4 3     2 11 4
Sacred Heart 0 6 0     1 11 1
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Pacific-12 Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#4 Stanford 6 0 2     13 1 2
California 4 3 2     9 5 2
#25 UCLA 3 3 1     8 7 1
Washington 2 3 2     6 4 5
Oregon State 2 4 1     7 7 1
San Diego State 1 6 0     7 7 2
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Patriot League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Colgate 6 2 0     9 6 2
Boston U. 5 1 2     11 4 2
American 5 2 1     12 4 2
Lehigh 4 3 1     10 5 2
Navy 4 3 0     8 7 1
Bucknell 2 3 3     6 6 5
Army 2 2 3     4 6 5
Holy Cross 2 4 2     5 8 4
Lafayette 2 5 1     5 7 5
Loyola (MD) 0 7 1     2 12 2
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Southern Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
UNC Greensboro 6 1 3     10 5 4
Furman 6 2 2     7 5 4
Mercer 5 3 2     9 6 3
East Tenn. State 4 4 2     7 6 3
Wofford 4 5 1     9 6 2
VMI 0 10 0     0 17 0
As of October 31, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 The Summit League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#8 Denver 4 0 1     11 0 3
Oral Roberts 3 2 0     6 6 2
Western Illinois 3 3 0     6 10 1
Omaha 2 2 1     8 5 3
Fort Wayne 2 3 0     5 11 0
IUPUI 1 2 2     1 9 6
Eastern Illinois 1 4 0     3 12 0
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Sun Belt Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Hartwick 4 0 0     8 5 3
Georgia State 3 1 0     8 7 0
Georgia Southern 3 1 0     6 7 1
Appalachian State 1 3 0     6 8 0
NJIT 1 3 0     4 8 4
Howard 0 4 0     0 16 2
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 West Coast Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
San Diego 5 0 0     10 4 2
San Francisco 4 1 0     6 10 0
Santa Clara 3 1 1     8 7 1
Loyola Marymount 3 2 0     8 8 0
Saint Mary's 3 2 0     6 9 1
Gonzaga 1 3 0     6 8 1
Pacific 0 4 1     1 13 1
Portland 0 5 0     2 11 3
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA
2015 Western Athletic Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#15 Seattle 8 1 0     15 3 0
Utah Valley 6 2 1     13 4 1
Cal St. Bakersfield 4 3 2     7 5 4
UNLV 4 4 1     10 6 1
Houston Baptist 4 4 1     7 8 2
Air Force 4 4 1     7 8 1
San Jose State 4 4 1     6 10 1
Incarnate Word # 4 6 0     8 8 0
UMKC 3 5 1     5 9 2
Grand Canyon # 3 6 0     7 9 0
UTRGV 2 7 0     5 11 1
As of November 1, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA

Major upsets

In this list, a "major upset" is defined as a game won by a team ranked 10 or more spots lower or an unranked team that defeats a team ranked #15 or higher.

Date Winner Score Loser
August 28 @ UC Santa Barbara 1–0 #8 Stanford
August 30 @ Oregon State 1–0 #9 Michigan State
August 31 @ South Florida 2–0 #3 Georgetown
September 3 @ Lipscomb 2–1 #10 Xavier
September 4 Akron 1–0 @ #12 Georgetown
September 4 @ Omaha 1–0 # 13 UC Irvine
September 6 Virginia Tech 3–1 @ #10 Xavier
September 7 Akron 3–2 @ #6 Maryland
September 13 UC Riverside 2–1 @ #8 UCLA
September 13 @ Penn State 1–0 #10 Indiana
September 15 Xavier 1–0 @ #2 Notre Dame
September 15 #20 Elon 1–0 @ #7 Wake Forest
September 17 @ Portland 1–0 #8 Oregon State
September 22 @ South Carolina 3–1 #8 Elon
September 22 @ Gonzaga 2–1 #13 Oregon State
September 23 @ #25 Georgetown 2–1 #11 Maryland
September 24 @ Seattle 2–1 #10 Washington
September 25 @ South Carolina 2–1 #7 New Mexico
September 25 Seattle 2–1 @ #13 Oregon State
September 30 @ William & Mary 4–1 #10 Elon
October 4 UCLA 3–2 @ #15 Washington
October 9 @ Boston College 2–1 #10 Virginia
October 11 @ UNC Asheville 3–2 #4 Coastal Carolina
October 14 @ Sacramento State 5–2 #14 UC Santa Barbara
October 17 @ FIU 2–1 #9 Old Dominion
October 17 @ Cal Poly 3–2 (2ot) #14 UC Santa Barbara
October 20 @ Duke 2–1 (ot) #10 Elon
October 28 Xavier 2–1 @ #1 Creighton
October 30 @ Boston College 2–1 #12 Syracuse
October 31 @ UConn 2–1 (ot) #11 South Florida
October 31 @ South Carolina 3–1 #13 Old Dominion
November 1 #25 UCLA 4–2 @ #6 Akron

Statistics

Individuals

GOALS[28]
Rank Scorer School Games Goals
1 Gordon Wild USC Upstate 11 14
2 Nick DePuy UC Santa Barbara 17 13
Bradley Farias Campbell 13 13
Jorge Gomez Sanchez Temple 16 13
Jason Wright Rutgers 15 13
6 Fabian Herbers Creighton 15 12
7 Neco Brett Robert Morris 15 11
Danny Musovski UNLV 15 11
9 9 tied 10

Last update on October 26, 2015.

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE[29]
Rank Keeper School Games Minutes GA GAA
1 Drew Shepherd Western Michigan 9 715 2 .252
2 Jack Binks St. Francis Brooklyn 16 1449 5 .311
3 Dallas Jaye Xavier 9 854 3 .316
4 Logan Keys LIU Brooklyn 9 827 3 .326
5 Tim Dobrowolski Loyola Chicago 14 1304 6 .414
6 Brad Seeber Lafayette 11 1081 5 .416
7 Dan Jackson Denver 14 1341 7 .470
8 Connor Sparrow Creighton 15 1334 7 .472
9 Nathan Ingham FGCU 10 923 5 .487
10 Alec Ferrell Wake Forest 11 1028 6 .525

Last update on October 26, 2015.

ASSISTS[30]
Rank Player School Games Assists
1 Joey Piatczyc West Virginia 15 12
2 Grant Bell Bradley 14 9
Jack Harrison Wake Forest 15 9
Fabian Herbers Creighton 15 9
5 Geoffrey Acheampong UC Santa Barbara 16 8
Jamar Campion-Hinds FIU 12 8
Jose Carrera-Garcia California 14 8
Russell Cicerone Buffalo 14 8
Mael Corboz Maryland 15 8
Aaron Meyer Utah Valley 15 8
Alex Muyl Georgetown 14 8
Marcos Nunez Iona 15 8
Jared Rice SMU 16 8
Liam Robley American 16 8
Eric Verso Stanford 14 8
Adam Wilson Cincinnati 16 8

Last update on October 26, 2015

SAVE PERCENTAGE[31]
Rank Keeper School Games Saves GA Save %
1 Logan Keys LIU Brooklyn 9 32 3 .914
2 Drew Shepherd Western Michigan 9 20 2 .909
3 Dallas Jaye Xavier 9 29 3 .906
4 Jack Binks St. Francis Brooklyn 15 40 5 .889
5 Ryan Herman Washington 13 63 8 .887
6 Brad Seeber Lafayette 11 35 5 .875
7 Alec Ferrell Wake Forest 11 41 6 .872
8 Nathan Ingham FGCU 10 31 5 .861
9 Stefan Cleveland Dartmouth 10 36 6 .857
10 Sam Frymier Duquesne 9 45 8 .849

Last update on October 26, 2015

TOTAL POINTS[32]
Rank Player School Games Goals Assists Points
1 Fabian Herbers Creighton 15 12 9 33
2 Jorge Gomez Sanchez Temple 16 13 5 31
3 Bradley Farias Campbell 13 13 4 30
4 Gordon Wild USC Upstate 11 14 1 29
Jason Wright Rutgers 15 13 3 29
6 Russell Cicerone Buffalo 14 10 8 28
7 Nick DePuy UC Santa Barbara 17 13 1 27
8 Neco Brett Robert Morris 15 11 4 26
Mauro Cichero SMU 16 10 6 26
10 Danny Musovski UNLV 15 11 3 25

Last update on October 26, 2015

TOTAL SAVES[33]
Rank Keeper School Games Saves
1 Alex Guerra VMI 16 111
2 Brenden Alfery Robert Morris 16 94
3 Eduardo Cortes IUPUI 14 83
4 Bobby Diaz St. Bonaventure 12 77
5 Leo Castillo UTRGV 14 73
6 Zack Davis UNC Asheville 12 72
Matt Gilbert Boston U. 15 72
Sam Howard Howard 16 72
9 Zak Allen Northwestern 14 71
10 Kody Palmer High Point 15 70
Nathan Steinwascher Detroit 14 70

Last update on October 26, 2015

Teams

SCORING OFFENSE[34]
Rank School Games Goals Goals/Game
1 FIU 13 33 2.538
2 Creighton 15 37 2.467
3 Dayton 15 36 2.400
Radford 15 36 2.400
5 North Carolina 15 35 2.333
Rutgers 15 35 2.333
UCLA 15 35 2.333
Wake Forest 15 35 2.333
9 Clemson 16 35 2.188
10 Akron 15 33 2.200

Last update on October 26, 2015

SCORING DEFENSE (Team Goals Against Average)[35]
Rank School Games Minutes GA Team GAA
1 St. Francis Brooklyn 15 1465 5 .307
2 Loyola Chicago 14 1331 6 .406
3 Wake Forest 15 1388 7 .454
4 Creighton 15 1350 7 .467
5 Denver 14 1341 7 .470
6 Lafayette 14 1468 8 .490
7 Washington 14 1376 8 .523
8 Western Michigan 14 1318 8 .553
9 Coastal Carolina 13 1205 8 .598
10 Clemson 16 1480 10 .608

Last update on October 26, 2015

SHUTOUT PERCENTAGE[36]
Rank School Games Shutouts Shutout %
1 St. Francis Brooklyn 15 12 .800
2 Washington 14 10 .714
3 Loyola Chicago 14 9 .643
4 Creighton 15 9 .600
Wake Forest 15 9 .600
6 Dartmouth 12 7 .583
7 Denver 14 8 .571
Western Michigan 14 8 .571
Xavier 14 8 .571
10 American 16 9 .563
St. Francis (PA) 16 9 .563

Last update on October 26, 2015

  • All statistics are through the games of October 25, 2015
WON-LOST-TIED PERCENTAGE[37]
Rank School Wins Loses Ties W-L-T %
1 Creighton 15 0 0 1.000
2 North Carolina 13 1 1 .900
3 Denver 11 0 3 .893
4 Coastal Carolina 11 1 1 .88
5 Clemson 13 1 2 .875
6 Wake Forest 12 1 2 .867
7 Stanford 11 1 2 .857
8 Radford 12 2 1 .833
9 Seattle 14 3 0 .824
10 Akron 11 2 2 .800

Last update on October 26, 2015

See also

References

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  2. ^ http://www.ncaa.com/news/soccer-men/article/2014-12-14/virginia-captures-seventh-national-title-penalty-kick-win-against
  3. ^ "Camels name Fonder new head men’s soccer coach". The Sanford Herald. June 10, 2015. Retrieved June 12, 2015. 
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