KANSAS CITY – The National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics released its second NAIA Top-25 Poll of the women's soccer season on Tuesday, and Taylor moved up one spot from No. 17 to No. 16, matching the highest ranking in program history.
TU earned 244 points in the rankings, after receiving 235 points in the first ratings of the season. The Trojans sit 30 points behind No. 15 Southeastern and hold a five-point edge over No. 17 John Brown. Taylor was joined in the national rankings by fellow Crossroads League teams No. 1 Spring Arbor, No. 22 Marian and RV Grace.
The Purple and Gold currently rank among the nation's top-20 in shots on goal per game (13.6) and shots per game (22.4).
The No. 16 Trojans (4-1) return to action on Wednesday at 3:00 pm, as the team faces NCAA Division II Purdue Northwest (0-2) on the road.