ISN Power Rankings Update

With the regular season about to come to an end in both PASL and MISL Soccer, the ISN North American Power Rankings have had little change over the past weeks. Undefeated Chicago Mustangs (15-0) have been on top since January 19. MISL leader Milwaukee Wave, who held the top spot for the first eight weeks of the season, have continued to play well and find ways to win close games. Two losses to the Missouri Comets are the only slips for the Wave.

PASL will conclude their regular season next weekend, with a 10-team playoff to follow. Chicago is the team to beat, but there are challenges awaiting the Mustangs. The winner of the Central Division (Hidalgo La Fiera, Dallas SidekicksMonterrey Flash) will be a strong contender at the Ron Newman Cup final four to be held in Chicago on March 15-16.
Whoever emerges from the Pacific Division will also boast strong credentials heading into the final weekend. San Diego Sockers and Las Vegas Legends have been battling all season long, splitting their two head-to-head matchups.
Regular season play in MISL continues through the first weekend of March. Milwaukee (13-2) have the edge over rival Baltimore Blast (13-3) by winning both matchups between the two early in the season. The defending champion Blast have a much easier schedule remaining with the Syracuse Silver Knights the only winning record opponent. The Comets could be the wild card in the mix with two upcoming games left against the Wave.

Indoor Soccer News North American Power Rankings

  1. Chicago Mustangs (15-0)
  2. Milwaukee Wave (13-2)
  3. Hidalgo La Fiera (13-2)
  4. Dallas Sidekicks (13-2)
  5. San Diego Sockers (13-3)
  6. Baltimore Blast (13-3)
  7. Monterrey Flash (12-3)
  8. Las Vegas Legends (12-3)
  9. Missouri Comets (9-6)
  10. Cleveland Freeze (10-5)

Dropped out: Syracuse Silver Knights (9-7)

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Author: Scott Ludwig

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