KANSAS CITY, MO -- The Johns Hopkins men's soccer team is ranked 16th in this week's United Soccer Coaches (formerly NSCAA) national poll. The Blue Jays are ranked third in the Mid-Atlantic region and are also ranked seventh in the D3Soccer.com national poll.
Hopkins is ranked nationally for the first time since the beginning of the 2011 season when the Blue Jays were 11th in the NSCAA preseason poll. Hopkins enters the poll at 6-0-0 and is coming off a 2-0 win over then eighth-ranked Haverford on Saturday night. It was JHU's first win over a ranked opponent since a 2-1 overtime win at 19th-ranked Gettysburg on September 30, 2015.
Hopkins concludes a four-game home stand on Wednesday against Neumann at 7 pm. The Blue Jays are led by sophomore Achim Younker, with eight goals and 16 points. Senior Bryan See has allowed just one goal this season and boasts a goals against average of 0.17 and a save percentage of .947.