There's a new No. 1 player in the midseason Top 100 DI women's player rankings.
The midseason update features Stanford's Andi Sullivan at the top of the list. Up until last week's loss on the road to USC, Stanford was unbeaten through the first half of the season, thanks in part to Sullivan's ability to excel in midfield on both sides of the ball.
Canadian international Kadeisha Buchanan (West Virginia) checks in at No. 2, quietly building a case for her Player of the Year chances as the Mountaineers prepare to chase postseason glory.
Morgan Andrews, in her final season of college soccer, continues to dominate the Pac-12. Andrews scored twice in last week's 3-0 win against Stanford, a monumental result for the Women of Troy. Her ability to make things happen in the final third makes USC one of the nation's elite teams and a national title contender.
Goal-scoring great Savannah Jordan (Florida) and Wisconsin's Rose Lavelle round out the top five. Also playing extremely well at this point of the season are Christina Gibbons (Duke), Rachel Corboz (Georgetown) and Ashley Hatch (BYU).