2021 FALL RANKINGS (thru Oct. 17, 2021)

The updated Top 50 rankings will be posted each Tuesday through the rest of the fall season. The fall season includes teams from the following states: Connecticut, D.C., Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi (MAIS teams only), Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia (VISAA teams only), Washington and West Virginia. Rankings are compiled by Prep Network’s Director of Soccer Sheldon Shealer.


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  • 1
    Homestead Fort Wayne, Indiana
    Penn State commit and U.S. Under-20 National Team invitee Amelia White scored three goals to lead Homestead to a 4-2 win over previous No. 1 Noblesville in what amounted to the state quarterfinals, ending Noblesville's 54-match undefeated streak. White then scored one of the goals in the team's 2-0 win over Harrison, sending the Spartans to this week's state semifinals and a FAB 50 No. 1 ranking. In 20 matches this year, Homestead has scored 101 goals and allowed 10. In three contests against FAB 50-ranked teams this season, the Spartans have scored 13 goals.
  • 2
    St. Anthony’s Melville, New York
    Ashley Kozlowski and Holy Cross commit Olivia Perez scored first-half goals and St. Anthony's held on for a 2-1 league win over St. John the Baptist in the Friars' only contest last week.
  • 3
    Bearden Knoxville, Tennessee
    Jordan Hellman provided the offensive highlight of the week, scoring a hat trick in Bearden's 6-0 district semifinal win over Hardin Valley. The Bulldogs finished the run with a 4-0 district final win over Maryville, marking the program's fourth straight district title.
  • 4
    Ramapo Franklin Lakes, New Jersey
    Junior standout Megan Twomey scored at least one goal in all three of Ramapo's wins last week, including the lone tally in a 1-0 victory over Old Tappan in the Bergen County Tournament quarterfinals. Twomey had three in the team's 4-0 win over Northern Highlands.
  • 5
    Edina Edina, Minnesota
    North Carolina commit Maddie Dahlien netted a hat trick in the team's 6-0 section quarterfinal win over Prior Lake, and Isabelle Engle scored three in the team's 6-0 section semifinal victory over Chanhassen.
  • 6
    Mount Notre Dame Cincinnati, Ohio
    Mount Notre Dame wrapped up a second straight undefeated regular season with a 1-0 victory over Centerville. Amazingly, there were 19 different goal scorers for MND's 55 goals so far this season.
  • 7
    Noblesville Noblesville, Indiana
    Season Complete. Indiana 3A region semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 3,010 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Noblesville's 54-match undefeated streak ended with a 4-2 loss to Homestead in region semifinals in an unfortunate early clash between the state's No. 1- and 2-ranked teams. Junior Ava Bramblett, an Ohio State commit, scored both goals in the setback to Homestead, finishing the year with a team-high 17 goals. Noblesville went 2-0-1 against other FAB 50-ranked teams, in addition to defeating two other regionally ranked opponents. The senior class includes Illinois-Chicago commit Makenna Maloy, the team's second-leading scorer, North Carolina commit Nona Reason, who shared time in goal with fellow Division I recruit Josie Taylor, and Wisconsin-Green Bay commit Morgan Peters. Junior defender Lauren Adam has committed to Purdue. A few more players are expected to commit within the month.
  • 8
    Notre Dame Academy Park Hills, Kentucky
    Four different players found the net as Notre Dame Academy won the 9th Region title with a 4-0 victory over Highlands. In the three-game sweep of region matches last week, Marina Ruthsatz and Macie Feldman scored in each match.
  • 9
    Massapequa Massapequa, New York
    Illinois commit Lia Howard had a goal and two assists while Syracuse commit Gianna Savella had a goal and one assist last week as Massapequa posted wins over Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK and Syosset.
  • 10
    Good Counsel Olney, Maryland
    After posting shutout wins over Baltimore's top two-ranked teams -- McDonogh and Archbishop Spalding -- Good Counsel was held to a draw by No. 3 Mercy 1-1 last week. The Falcons also posted a win over Notre Dame Prep.
  • 11
    Hingham Hingham, Massachusetts
    Hingham capped a three-win week with a 4-0 decision over Weymouth. Four different players scored for the Harbormen.
  • 12
    North Allegheny Wexford, Pennsylvania
    North Allegheny clinched the WPIAL 4A Section 1 title with a win over North Hills last week, then posted one-goal victories over perennial District 7 challengers Norwin and Upper St. Clair. Considering North Allegheny defeated Cumberland Valley 2-0 earlier in the season and Cumberland Valley just knocked off former Top 25 ranked McDonogh (Md.), North Allegheny's season is looking that much more impressive.
  • 13
    Central Dauphin Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    With six shutouts in its last seven matches, Central Dauphin is playing its best defense of the year entering the final week of regular season play.
  • 14
    St. Joseph Trumbull, Connecticut
    Despite a scoreless tie with state-ranked Staples, St. Joseph remains No. 1 in Connecticut. The stretch run is brutal with a conference tournament in addition to matches again undefeated Wilton and always-strong Ridgefield.
  • 15
    Portland Jesuit Portland, Oregon
    Portland Jesuit's stay at No. 2 in Oregon was short lived. One week, to be exact. A loss and tie by Beaverton, which upset Jesuit a week earlier, bounced Beaverton from the top spot in the league and state, allowing Jesuit to step back in its familiar role. Jesuit defeated Sunset and Aloha last week, and is back on top of the Metro League standings.
  • 16
    Glastonbury Glastonbury, Connecticut
    Glastonbury shut out Farmington and RHAM last week to remain undefeated. Three of Glastonbury's final regular season contests are against teams with a combined 16-3-11 record.
  • 17
    Lakeside School Seattle, Washington
    Lakeside has scored one goal in each of its last four matches, but that's been enough to go 3-0-1 and stay atop of the highly competitive Seattle Metro League standings.
  • 18
    Faith Lutheran Las Vegas, Nevada
    Taylor Day scored twice to lead Faith Lutheran to a 3-2 win over upstart Palo Verde. Faith Lutheran also dealt Sierra Vista an 8-0 defeat last week.
  • 19
    Springside-Chestnut Hill Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Virginia Perry scored twice and Lisa McIntyre added a goal as Springside-Chestnut Hill defeated formerly undefeated Notre Dame de Namur 3-0 to highlight a two-win week.
  • 20
    Carmel Carmel, Indiana
    Sophomore Megan Hamm scored the lone goal as Carmel defeated East Central 1-0 to advance to this week's state semifinal contest against FAB 50-ranked Bloomington South.
  • 21
    Strongsville Strongsville, Ohio
    Strongsville claimed a share of the Greater Cleveland Conference title with a 9-0 win over Euclid last week. The Mustangs then capped the regular season with a 1-0 win over Ashland with Grace Paczko. Strongsville carries a 12-match undefeated streak into the postseason.
  • 22
    Eastern Voorhees, New Jersey
    Carly Schulman, Army commit Cami Silvestro, and Lindsey Emerson combined for all five of Eastern's goals last week as the team won three matches.
  • 23
    Carlsbad Carlsbad, New Mexico
    Allie Myers scored the game-winner in overtime as Carlsbad edged Clovis 1-0 in a battle of state-ranked programs. Carlsbad ended the week with a 2-1 win over Roswell with Alexa Dugan and Aislenn Whitzel scoring the goals. Dugan has 37 goals this season.
  • 24
    Toms River North Toms River, New Jersey
    Arliana Torres and Emma Eberle scored the goals as Toms River North edged North Brunwsick 2-1 last week to extend its win streak to 13 matches.
  • 25
    Albertus Magnus Bardonia, New York
    Sophomore standout Gabby Chan had three goals and two assists last week while helping Albertus Magnus to three wins. The wins last week, which included two over Tappan Zee, clinched the Conference 2 League E title for the Falcons.
  • 26
    Anthony Wayne Whitehouse, Ohio
  • 27
    Hunterdon Central Flemington, New Jersey
  • 28
    Holmdel Holmdel, New Jersey
  • 29
    Medina Medina, Ohio
  • 30
    Westfield Westfield, New Jersey
  • 31
    Hamilton Southeastern Fishers, Indiana
    Season complete. Indiana Class AAA Section 8 quarterfinalist, losing to Noblesville.
  • 32
    Bishop Fenwick Peabody, Massachusetts
  • 33
    Arlington Arlington, New York
  • 34
    Bishop Feehan Attleboro, Massachusetts
  • 35
    Upper Arlington Upper Arlington, Ohio
  • 36
    Olentangy Liberty Olentangy, Ohio
  • 37
    Baylor School Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • 38
    Bloomington South Bloomington, Indiana
  • 39
    Sacred Heart Academy Louisville, Kentucky
  • 40
    Camas Camas, Washington
  • 41
    Lake Oswego Lake Oswego, Oregon
  • 42
    Beaverton Beaverton, Oregon
  • 43
    Rocky Mountain Boise, Idaho
  • 44
    Cumberland Cumberland, Rhode Island
  • 45
    Mars Mars, Pennsylvania
  • 46
    St. Pius X Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • 47
    Skyline Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 48
    Wilsonville Wilsonville, Oregon
  • 49
    Rosemount Rosemount, Minnesota
  • 50
    South Oldham Crestwood, Kentucky