The Clemson men's soccer team is back in the nation's top 25 for the first time since 2007.
Mike Noonan's Tigers, 4-0 after shutting out No. 15 Virginia and Gardner-Webb last weekend, made their debut at No. 9 in the Soccer America Top 25 and at No. 25 in the College Soccer News top 30.
Clemson is the highest-ranked of five previously unranked teams that jumped into the Soccer America poll after the second week of the regular season.
Butler made its debut at the No. 10 position, while Virginia Commonwealth is ranked 11th, UNC-Greensboro 15th and Cal State-Northridge 18th.
Connecticut is ranked No. 1, followed by Creighton, California, North Carolina, and Notre Dame. Other ranked ACC teams include No. 16 Wake Forest, No. 24 Maryland and No. 25 Syracuse.
Clemson midfielder Thomas McNamara was named to College Soccer News' national team of the week after scoring in the Tigers' wins over Virginia and Gardner-Webb.