Harvard's varsity soccer team received the maximum score in the balloting for the top ten teams of New England this week. The Crimson was followed at a distance by Wesleyan. Brown, and Tufts in the race for four NCAA District I Playoff berths.
Wesleyan still remains undefeated since its loss to the Crimson two weeks ago. The cardinals beat Amherst, 4-1, last weekend to maintain a tight grasp on second place.
Brown once again proved the adage that the New England coaches will pick Brown as a perennial top team no matter what the Bruins record. Brown lost to Army, 1-0, last week but held on to third place.
Tufts, led by Sol Gomez's brother, jumped from ninth to fourth place after knocking off Boston University, 3-0, and U. Mass., 24, to remain undefeated.
1. Harvard (6-0-0)
2. Wesleyan (6-1-0)
3. Brown (4-3-1)
4. Tufts (7-0-0)
5. Williams (5-0-1)