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Power Rankings June 27: Minnesota claims the top spot, NC Courage climbs to second, Glens at third

By Staff, 06/27/23, 2:00PM EDT


Familiar faces grace the top five yet again

In this season's final power rankings, SF Glens has fallen from the top spot for the first time all season after the club drew 4-4 against Cal Storm in their latest matchup.

Minnesota overtook the top spot after another victory, bringing the team to a perfect 10-0-0 on the season. NC Courage slots into the second place spot after two strong showings against NC Fusion, tallying 16 goals over the two matches to Fusion's one. Rounding out the top three is SF Glens, who came back from 0-3 to split the points after a 4-4 result. 

Be sure to tune in this weekend to your team's last of regular season play. 

Check out the movement from last week's power rankings to this weeks:






Minnesota Aurora FC
Last Week: 2
@ Green Bay Glory
June 29 / 6:00 p.m. CT
In the final week of the regular season, Minnesota Aurora has cemented themselves as the strongest team leading into the playoffs. Aurora still has two matches left, but with their perfect 10-0-0 record and a plus 45 goal differential, it's hard to argue Minnesota hasn’t looked anything less than menacing all season long.
NC Courage
Last Week: 6
@ FC Carolinas
June 28 / 7:00 p.m. ET
NC Courage U23 have continued to dominate the South Atlantic Division, defeating NC Fusion twice last week, scoring 16 goals against them in the two matches. The Courage will look to cap out their unbeaten regular season and make a statement heading into playoffs.
San Francisco Glens SC
Last Week: 1
@ Marin FC Sirens
June 28 / 3:45 p.m. PT
SF Glens has played a nearly perfect season, however the team dropped its first points ever in a wild match against Cal Storm. SF Glens found themselves down 0-3 at halftime and managed to scored four goals to reclaim the lead, however the Storm would rain on the Glen’s parade and score the game-tying goal in the 85th minute. Even with the draw, the Glens are still a force to be reckoned with leading into the playoffs.
Tampa Bay United
Last Week: 3
v. Palm City Americanas
June 28 / 3:00 p.m. ET
TBU didn’t play a match this week, however they face two familiar foes this week where they hope to continue their winning ways and dominate defense. TBU has only allowed one goal all season and that staunch defense will play a huge factor rolling into the last week of play and the 2023 playoffs.
Flint City AFC

Last Week: 5
v. Midwest United FC
June 30 / 7:00 p.m. ET
Flint City was the first to secure their spot in postseason play and has continued their unbeaten streak, tallying eight wins and three ties. This Flint City team has looked strong from opening weekend and will look to continue their hot streak through their final regular season match.
Oly Town FC
Last Week: 7
v. Lane United FC
June 30 / 7:00 p.m PT
Oly Town has continued their unbeaten season with a 5-0 victory over PDX FC. The team will look to round out the season strong with two matches remaining and a chance to clinch the division and a playoff berth on the line.
Eagle FC
Last Week: 4
@ Christos FC
June 30 / 7:30 p.m. ET
This past week Eagle FC was defeated for the first time all season by divisional foe Christos FC, however, the team was about to bounce back and grab a 1-0 victory against the VA Marauders. Eagle FC will look to get back into their best form with the playoffs quickly approaching, and a large part of that is midfielder and playmaker Meg Tate.
Indy Eleven
Last Week: 9
v. St. Charles FC
June 30 / 7:00 p.m. ET
Indy Eleven were dealt their first loss of the season, and first-ever USL W League regular season loss, against St. Charles FC. The Girls in Blue rebounded with a convincing win over Kings Hammer FC, coming off a brace from 2022 Team of the Year Second Team selection Maddy Williams and an incredible free kick strike from defender Grace Bahr.
Long Island Rough Riders

Last Week: 10
v. Paisley Athletic FC
June 28 / 8:00 p.m. ET
The Metropolitan Division continues to be one of the tightest divisional races with Long Island in the driving seat, and like this week's Power Rankings Morris Elite is right behind them. Long Island will look to secure the divisional title with two wins in their remaining matches, which will ensure they clinch a spot in the playoffs.
Morris Elite SC
Last Week: 8
@ FA Euro New York
June 28 / 8:30 p.m. ET
Like Long Island, Morris Elite have their sights set on finishing at the top of the Metropolitan Division. Morris Elite will need to win out in their final two matches, and hope that the Rough Riders drop points along the way to have a shot at the top divisional spot.




Next Game

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC
8-2-1 v. South Georgia Tormenta FC
June 30 / 7:30 p.m. ET
Racing Louisville FC
7-1-1 @ Kings Hammer FC
June 29 / 7:00 p.m ET
California Storm
7-2-1 @ Pleasanton RAGE
June 28 / 7:30 p.m. PT
Christos FC
7-2-0 v. McLean Soccer, v. Eagle FC
June 28 / 7:30 p.m. ET / June 30 7:30 p.m. ET
Tennessee SC
5-2-2 @ Birmingham Legion FC, @ North Alabama SC
June 27 / 7:00 p.m. CT / June 30 7:30 p.m. CT

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