Midwest TeamRank & Pac NW Players Top 20

Midwest TeamRank & Pac NW Players Top 20
March 5, 2011
The 411: TopDrawerSoccer.com’s club soccer TeamRank and Players To Watch rankings utilize a 16-region setup.  Every Tuesday through Friday we will run an article highlighting a monthly update of one of these regions for each feature. On Mondays we will highlight national rankings updates for both Players To Watch Top 100 and the TeamRank Top 10.

For the uninitiated, our 16 regions are Southern California, Northern California & Hawaii, the Pacific Northwest (Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho), Rocky Mountains & Southwest (Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah), Texas, Heartland (Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and the Dakotas), Midwest (Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota), Great Lakes (Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky), South (Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma), Florida, South Atlantic (South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia), Mid-Atlantic (Delaware, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia), Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Northeast (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine).

The TeamRank National Championship is a unique rankings setup that only includes team performance from the current season. It begins with events in August and ends with final events in July, at which point a new competition begins and the slate is again wiped clean. Each ranking is only for that August to July season.

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Please read the TeamRank criteria and points setup.

Each list in the Players To Watch Regional Top 20 and National Top 100 rankings are updated monthly and therefore subject to change.

Players To Watch Regional Rankings and National Top 100 in 12 age groups are based on staff assimilation of data and feedback received from coaches and other observers around the country.

Players To Watch ranking and rating criteria explained.

The Pacific Northwest Players To Watch ranking update includes some top ECNL players from the 2013 graduating class, including Rebecca Schoales, Aurora Bodenhamer, Elizabeth Boon and Abby Bergquist. Dustin Munger, Josh Miller and Mikhail Doholis headline the 2012 Boyslist, with USSF Academy standout Troy McCarty atop the 2013 ranking.

We are currently working to finalize the 2014 through 2016 classes rather than showing partial lists. As always, you are welcome to let us know about players in those age groups.

Pacific Northwest Region Players To Watch rankings - Boys | Girls

In the Midwest TeamRank update, a win at the SC Del Sol President’s Tournament has Minnesota Thunder Academy on top in the U17 division. Fall high school soccer in the region means a lot of the points earned in this group will be back-loaded, but the Minnesota side has done well for itself to win this event, with Midwest Regional League spring play beckoning. Illinois side Lemont SC still has a stranglehold on the U16 standing. On the Girls side, Eclipse Select leads at U14, U15, U16 and U18, with only NSA Premier’s powerhouse U17 team and Wisconsonians Middletown Yahara SC at U13 breaking the monopoly.

With the spring tournament season (and our continuing to add results from fall and winter events as part of our commitment), it will be interesting to see how the standings in each age group develop.

Midwest TeamRank standings - Boys | Girls

If you have an issue with the information in the Players To Watch or TeamRank rankings, particularly with factual data, you can contact us at rankings@topdrawersoccer.com and let us know.

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