A pair of victories against Florida Atlantic and Syracuse didn’t impress the voters in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, who dropped South Florida a further spot to No.13 in the Division I poll released on Tuesday afternoon.
The Bulls (9-2-2) saw Charlotte and Connecticut move ahead of them in the poll, while a loss by California dropped them below the Bulls. South Florida will face a Top 25 match-up on Wednesday night, as they host No.15 Dartmouth at the USF Soccer Stadium.
The University of Tampa also fell after their loss to Rollins last week, slipping to No.9 after its first loss of the season. The Tars, who themselves held the No.9 position, moved up to No.3 after their 3-2 victory over the Spartans.