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Concordia Women’s Soccer Remains No. 1 in NAIA Top 25 Poll

CCC Volleyball Teams – College of Idaho (13), Southern Oregon (16) – Listed in Volleyball Poll

Cascade Collegiate Conference

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Three Cascade Collegiate Conference teams – Concordia women’s soccer, College of Idaho volleyball and Southern Oregon volleyball – are listed in NAIA Top 25 polls, according to new rankings released Tuesday by the national office.

In women’s soccer, unbeaten Concordia (16-0-2), which captured its 11th consecutive CCC regular season title, is No. 1 for the sixth consecutive poll and eighth time this season. Two other CCC women’s soccer programs – Corban, which at 15-3 is off to its best 18-match start in program history, and Southern Oregon, which has set a school record with 12 victories – are receiving votes in the poll.

In volleyball, both College of Idaho (No. 13) and Southern Oregon (No. 16) have been rated in every poll this season. C of I has been No. 13 for three consecutive polls, while SOU moved up one spot from last week’s rating. The two teams share first place heading into the final weekend of the regular season.

In men’s soccer, Concordia and Warner Pacific continue to receive votes. Concordia last week wrapped up the No. 1 seed in the upcoming CCC Tournament, while WPC secured a spot in the three-team postseason conference tournament, which gets underway Nov. 9.

The NAIA men’s and women’s cross country polls will be released Wednesday. The CCC is one of the NAIA’s dominant conferences in both genders, with eight teams featured in last week’s men’s and women’s rankings, including the top-ranked Southern Oregon men’s squad.

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Source: Cascade Collegiate Conference

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