Chances are the answer is more than a decade ago.
But it happened last week -- not surprisingly, really -- and it leads to three new regional No. 1s this week.
All three teams lost to other SIMA FAB 50-ranked programs.
Peoria Notre Dame went into its match with St. Ignatius (Ohio) on Friday as the No. 1 team in the Mid-East region and in the SIMA FAB 50. St. Ignatius, the No. 1 team in its region and No. 3 in the SIMA FAB 50 emerged with a 2-0 victory with a pair of late second-half goals. The result allows Libertyville (Ill.), despite a tie last week, to swap places with Peoria Notre Dame for No. 1 in the Mid-East. Interestingly, those teams clash later this season.
In another clash of unbeatens, St. Benedict's Prep (N.J.), the No. 1 team in the East region, edged Salesianum, the top-ranked team in the Mid-Atlantic, on Saturday. Coupled with other Mid-Atlantic surprises, Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.) returns to the top spot in the regional rankings this week.
Earlier in the week, Briarcrest Christian (Tenn.) halted Houston's (Tenn.) perfect season in a clash of SIMA FAB 50-ranked girls programs. Houston hands over the reigns of the Mid-East region No. 1 to Brentwood (Tenn.). Houston and Brentwood are in the same playoff classification and could see each other later this fall.
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