KANSAS CITY – The National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics released its third NAIA Top-25 Poll of the women's soccer season on Tuesday, and Taylor dropped one spot from No. 16 to No. 17.
TU garnered 239 points in the rankings, down five points from the 244 points it earned last week. The Trojans sit four points behind No. 16 John Brown and hold a four-point lead over No. 18 Midland. Taylor was joined in the national rankings by fellow Crossroads League teams No. 2 Spring Arbor, No. 20 Marian and RV Grace.
Taylor has now been ranked inside the NAIA Top-25 in 13-straight polls, after entering the rankings for the first time in team history during the 2016 season.
The No. 17 Trojans (6-2) will return to the pitch on Saturday at 1:00 pm, as the team travels to Georgetown, Kentucky, to take on RV Georgetown (5-2) in its final contest before beginning Crossroads League play on September 30.