San Antonio - The Trinity men's soccer team jumped four positions and is now the sixth-ranked team in the nation by the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Poll.
The Tigers also remained ranked as the top team in the West Region. Led by Head Coach Paul McGinlay, Trinity stands at 10-1-1 overall and is 8-1-0 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference competition.
Last week the Tigers were victorious in two SCAC road games. The first decision was a 3-1 game over Southwestern (TX) University, followed by a 4-0 shutout of Centenary (LA) College. Trinity posted its sixth clean-sheet game of the season.
Trinity is ranked fifth nationally in scoring offense, producing 3.67 goals per game. The Tigers have scored 44 total goals and are ranked ninth in the category. Additionally, Trinity is ranked fifth in points per game (10.33) and seventh in assists per game (3.0).
Austin Michaelis leads the team with 11 goals this season. Michaelis has chalked up 42 career goals and is in seventh place in Trinity's record books.
The Tigers were scheduled to return to action tonight (Tuesday), hosting Texas Lutheran University in an SCAC game, but the game was postponed because of field conditions.