Women’s Soccer Top National Rankings for First Time in History

Women's Soccer team

(London, Ontario) – In this week's Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) weekly rankings, the Fanshawe Women's Soccer team (6-0-1) have moved up one spot to No. 1 in the country.


This is the first time in Women's Soccer history that the Falcons have been ranked No. 1. The Falcons have currently won or tied their last 21 OCAA games (20-0-1), including both league and playoffs. They are led by fifth-year striker and reigning CCAA Player of the Year, Jade Kovacevic (Acton, ON), who recently was the first OCAA soccer player to reach 100 career goals. Other OCAA teams that are nationally ranked include Seneca (4), Algonquin (10) and Humber (11).


The Fanshawe Men's Soccer squad (6-1) sits at No. 7 in the nation. While both the Men's and Women's Golf teams hold steady at their previous rankings of No. 3 and No. 4 respectively.