Commitment changes during the final stretches of the recruiting process had a much more pronounced impact on women’s college soccer as the class of 2013 became finalized.
Enjoying the benefits of those changes the most, aside from North Carolina, was in state rival Duke. The late commitment of Antoinette Payne, a U.S. U20 Women’s National Team attacker, nudged the Blue Devils into the top 10 for the recruiting class rankings.
There are other minor movements since the first rankings were revealed two weeks ago, and further changes could happen down the road, as more programs officially announce their signing classes.
Here’s the updated top 20 rankings: