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W League Power Rankings: Week 6

By Staff, 06/11/24, 3:00PM EDT


Florida Elite takes over No. 1 spot, Eagle FC slides into second

Many clubs have kept up their impressive forms throughout the 2024 W League season as we head into Week 6. All but one of last week’s top 15 teams are returning to this week’s Power Rankings. 

Florida Elite Soccer Academy took the No. 1 spot for the first time after earning its ninth straight win. Eagle FC jumped up to second place as it claimed two more victories last week. Tennessee, Detroit City and Long Island Rough Riders again round out the top five. 

Check out the entire Power Rankings list below: 

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1 Florida Elite Soccer Academy
Next match: vs. TLH Reckoning, 6/12 3:00 p.m. ET
Last Week:
Florida Elite looks to be on its way to a perfect season after the team took home its ninth straight win on Monday. A brace from Olivia Bori and another goal from Oruha Hayashi sealed the 3-2 comeback against Tampa Bay. With only three matches left in the regular season for Florida Elite, it is not far from punching its ticket to the playoffs.
2 Eagle FC
Next match: @ Christos FC, 6/12 7:00 p.m. ET
Last Week:
Eagle FC moves up the list after adding a pair of road victories to the win column last week against Virginia Marauders and Charlottesville Blues. Despite having various lineups throughout the season, Eagle has looked strong in every matchup. The team has a +26 goal differential and has conceded just one goal this summer.
3 Tennessee SC
Next match: vs. SSA Swarm, 6/15 5:00 p.m. ET
Last Week:
While Tennessee remains undefeated and at the top of the South Central Division, the club dropped points at home last week in a thrilling 3-3 draw with Asheville City SC. However, Tennessee bounced back with a couple wins and looks to finish up its four-match homestand with another one on Saturday.
4 Detroit City FC
Next match: @ Cleveland Force SC, 6/12 7:00 p.m. ET
Last Week:
Similarly to Tennessee, Detroit City recorded its first draw of the season against Kalamazoo FC last week after both sides remained scoreless through 90 minutes. DCFC responded with a 4-1 win against AFC Ann Arbor at home last Saturday and hopes to continue the win streak on Wednesday.
5 Long Island Rough Riders
Next match: @ Morris Elite SC, 6/15 12:00 p.m. ET

Last Week:
The Rough Riders have been a powerhouse in the Metropolitan Division so far this season, but they were somewhat contained for the first time against Paisley Athletic FC Monday night. Both teams gave up leads during the match to end in a 4-4 draw, Long Island’s first of the summer. The team has another tough matchup on Saturday against second-place Morris Elite.
6 AHFC Royals
Next match: @ Challenge SC, 6/12 7:00 p.m. CT
Last Week:
AHFC Royals continue to dominate the Lone Star Division, as they have double the number of points as the second-place team. Iowa Hawkeye Lauren Geczik scored another goal on Saturday, leading the team with five. The Royals picked up two more wins last week and will look to complete the season sweep against Challenge SC on Wednesday.
7 FC Olympia
Next match: vs. Capital FC Athletica, 6/14 7:00 p.m. PT

Last Week:
FC Olympia remains solid at the top of the Northwest Division after going a perfect 5-0-0 to start the season. The Artesians dominated last week with an 8-0 home win against Lane United before finishing the week defeating Tacoma Galaxy 3-0. Oregon State University’s McKenna Martinez notched a brace in both matches, bringing her season total to six goals.
8 California Storm
Next match: @ Oakland Soul, 6/13 6:00 p.m. PT
Last Week:
Cal Storm remains as the team to beat in the NorCal Division. The team battled for a 1-0 victory against Marin FC behind a game-winner from the University of Virginia’s Chloe Japic, then earned six more points in their last two home matches. All eyes will be on the Storm’s upcoming match against Oakland Soul, with the winner having a shot at the No. 1 spot in the standings.
9 NC Courage U23
Next match: @ Wake FC, 6/12 4:30 p.m. ET
Last Week:
The Courage picked up their fifth straight win on Monday with a convincing 5-1 win at Fayetteville Fury. Emerson Elgin and Macey Bader both had braces and Olivia Thomas had the fifth goal to secure the road victory. The three points puts more distance between second-place NC Fusion and the Courage remain at the top of the South Atlantic Division.
10 Indy Eleven
Next match: vs. Kings Hammer FC, 6/12 7:00 p.m. CT
Last Week:
The Girls in Blue battled to their fourth straight win last week against Racing Louisville FC. After finding themselves in a deficit twice, Grace Bahr converted her penalty in the 90th minute to secure the 3-2 victory at home. Indy will try to earn its final home win of the season on Wednesday against Kings Hammer, which fought for a 3-3 draw with Indy there last month.



Next Match

Oakland Soul
5-0-2 vs. California Storm
6/13 6:00 p.m. PT
Minnesota Aurora FC
4-0-2 @ Rochester FC
6/13 7:00 p.m. CT
United PDX
4-0-1 vs. Tacoma Galaxy
6/14 7:00 p.m. PT
Morris Elite SC
4-0-2 vs. Manhattan SC
6/12 7:30 p.m. ET ET
Colorado Storm
6-1-0 vs. CISA
6/12 7:00 p.m. MT

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