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NCAA Soccer – Returning Starters for 2013

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Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 8:06am EST

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Here’s a provisional list of returning starters for each DI club next season, with conference changes for next year taken into account. This is mostly based on graduated seniors, but some players who have left their clubs early have also been factored in. Numbers in parentheses by each team are the number of players returning who won awards out of the number overall that won awards (for awards list, check here).

Numbers by conference name is the overall percentage of award winners in a conference returning for 2013. At the end of this post is a list of percentage of returning award winners listed by conference.

Finally, sorry for the shoddy formatting. WordPress was not cooperating much on this front.

ACC (69.8%)

8 – Boston College (2/3)
9 – Clemson
6 – Duke (5/5)
6 – Florida State (5/8)
7 – Maryland (2/5)
7 – Miami (FL) (1/1)
11 – NC State
7 – North Carolina (5/7)
9 – Pittsburgh
7 – Syracuse (2/3)
8 – Virginia (5/7)
7 – Virginia Tech (1/1)
6 – Wake Forest (2/3)

America East (64.3%)

6 – Albany (0/2)
4 – Binghamton (0/1)
5 – Hartford (3/7)
10 – Maine (3/3)
9 – New Hampshire (2/3)
9 – Stony Brook (5/6)
9 – UMBC (2/2)
7 – Vermont (3/4)

Atlantic 10 (73.3%)

9 – Butler (2/2)
8 – Dayton (3/6)
8 – Duquesne
6 – Fordham
7 – George Washington (1/1)
8 – La Salle (6/6)
8 – Rhode Island (1/1)
7 – Richmond (1/1)
8 – St. Bonaventure (1/2)
8 – St. Joseph’s (2/3)
8 – St. Louis
9 – UMass (1/1)
6 – VCU (4/7)
9 – Xavier

Atlantic Sun (73.5%)

10 – East Tennessee State (3/3)
8 – Florida Gulf Coast (5/8)
8 – Jacksonville (4/7)
8 – Kennesaw State (4/4)
9 – Lipscomb
9 – Mercer (4/5)
8 – North Florida (2/4)
8 – Northern Kentucky (1/1)
11 – SC Upstate (1/1)
10 – Stetson (1/1)

Big XII (65.0%)

8 – Baylor (3/7)
9 – Iowa State (1/1)
7 – Kansas (3/4)
7 – Oklahoma (0/1)
8 – Oklahoma State (2/5)
10 – TCU (3/4)
8 – Texas (6/7)
9 – Texas Tech (3/4)
8 – West Virginia (5/7)

Big East (78.3%)

10 – Cincinnati
10 – DePaul (1/1)
9 – Georgetown (5/5)
8 – Houston (2/4)
9 – Louisville (3/4)
7 – Marquette (4/7)
8 – Memphis (4/4)
10 – Notre Dame (5/5)
9 – Providence (1/2)
8 – Rutgers (2/2)
8 – Seton Hall
8 – SMU (4/5)
6 – South Florida (2/3)
9 – St. John’s (NY) (1/1)
5 – Temple (2/2)
7 – UCF (6/8)
7 – UConn (2/3)
9 – Villanova (3/4)

Big Sky (55.2%)

8 – Eastern Washington (2/2)
8 – Idaho State (4/6)
6 – Montana (2/5)
8 – North Dakota
10 – Northern Arizona (0/1)
6 – Northern Colorado (2/4)
6 – Portland State (2/6)
5 – Sacramento State (1/2)
7 – Southern Utah
11- Weber State (3/3)

Big South (76.7%)

6 – Campbell (2/5)
10 – Charleston Southern (2/3)
8 – Coastal Carolina (2/3)
11 – Gardner-Webb
8 – High Point (7/7)
9 – Liberty (3/5)
7 – Longwood (3/5)
10 – Presbyterian (2/2)
9 – Radford (5/6)
9 – UNC Asheville (1/1)
9 – VMI
9 – Winthrop (6/6)

Big Ten (70.7%)

7 – Illinois (2/3)
8 – Indiana (0/1)
8 – Iowa (1/2)
9 – Michigan (5/6)
7 – Michigan State (1/2)
6 – Minnesota (2/2)
11 – Nebraska (4/4)
10 – Northwestern
7 – Ohio State (3/6)
8 – Penn State (6/9)
9 – Purdue
7 – Wisconsin (5/6)

Big West (58.8%)

9 – Boise State (3/5)
6 – Cal Poly (2/4)
5 – Cal State Fullerton (5/8)
5 – Cal State Northridge (2/6)
9 – Hawaii (4/4)
6 – Long Beach State (4/7)
8 – San Diego State (5/8)
10 – UC Davis (1/1)
7 – UC Irvine (3/5)
10 – UC Riverside
9 – UC Santa Barbara (1/3)

Colonial (62.2%)

6 – College of Charleston (1/2)
7 – Delaware (3/5)
6 – Drexel (4/4)
9 – George Mason (0/2)
10 – Hofstra (4/5)
8 – James Madison (3/4)
9 – Northeastern (4/5)
10 – Towson (0/1)
5 – UNC Wilmington (3/8)
8 – William & Mary (6/9)

Conference USA (75.6%)

9 – Charlotte (2/2)
7 – Colorado College (6/7)
5 – East Carolina (3/4)
11 – Florida International (7/7)
9 – Louisiana Tech (1/2)
6 – Marshall (1/1)
9 – North Texas (4/6)
7 – Old Dominion
8 – Rice (3/4)
9 – Southern Miss
5 – Tulsa (2/6)
10 – UAB (2/2)
9 – UTEP (2/3)
10 – UTSA (1/1)

DI Independent

10 – Francis Marion

Great West (50.0%)

8 – Delaware State (1/1)
7 – Howard (2/4)
8 – NJIT (1/3)
5 – South Carolina State (2/4)

Horizon (70.3%)

8 – Cleveland State (1/2)
7 – Detroit (5/6)
9 – Green Bay (1/2)
6 – Loyola (Ill.) (3/5)
8 – Milwaukee (4/6)
7 – Valparaiso (3/5)
8 – Wright State (5/7)
9 – Youngstown State (4/4)

Ivy (62.2%)

8 – Brown (4/4)
9 – Columbia (3/4)
7 – Cornell (1/2)
7 – Dartmouth (5/8)
10 – Harvard (5/5)
7 – Penn (2/4)
5 – Princeton (3/8)
6 – Yale (0/2)

MAAC (73.3%)

10 – Canisius (1/1)
8 – Fairfield (4/6)
9 – Iona (0/2)
8 – Manhattan (3/4)
7 – Marist (6/8)
8 – Monmouth (7/8)
8 – Niagara (5/6)
7 – Quinnipiac (1/2)
5 – Rider (2/3)
8 – Siena (3/4)
8 – St. Peter’s (1/1)

MAC (67.6%)

9 – Akron (4/5)
4 – Ball State (4/4)
10 – Bowling Green (1/1)
7 – Buffalo (1/1)
5 – Central Michigan (4/9)
10 – Eastern Michigan (3/3)
9 – Kent State (2/4)
10 – Miami (OH) (5/6)
9 – Northern Illinois (1/1)
7 – Ohio (0/1)
6 – Toledo (0/2)
8 – Western Michigan

Missouri Valley (70.3%)

7 – Creighton (3/5)
10 – Drake (5/6)
8 – Evansville (4/5)
8 – Illinois State (5/7)
9 – Indiana State (3/4)
7 – Missouri State (3/6)
9 – Northern Iowa (3/4)

Mountain West (50.0%)

7 – Air Force (1/1)
9 – Fresno State (0/2)
8 – Nevada (2/3)
5 – New Mexico (0/4)
8 – San Jose State (1/1)
7 – UNLV (3/5)
9 – Utah State (4/6)
7 – Wyoming

NEC (70.3%)

5 – Bryant (2/2)
8 – Central Connecticut State (3/3)
9 – Fairleigh Dickinson (2/2)
3 – Long Island (2/5)
9 – Mount St. Mary’s
10 – Robert Morris (1/1)
6 – Sacred Heart (2/4)
7 – St. Francis (PA) (5/7)
7 – Wagner (0/1)

Ohio Valley (77.7%)

8 – Austin Peay (3/4)
7 – Belmont (1/1)
8 – Eastern Illinois (1/3)
9 – Eastern Kentucky (4/4)
7 – Jacksonville State (1/1)
10 – Morehead State (1/1)
10 – Murray State (0/1)
9 – SIU Edwardsville (5/6)
7 – Southeast Missouri State (3/6)
9 – Tennessee-Martin (8/8)
6 – Tennessee Tech (1/1)

Pac-12 (71.4%)

5 – Arizona (1/1)
9 – Arizona State (2/3)
9 – Cal (3/4)
8 – Colorado (1/2)
7 – Oregon (1/2)
9 – Oregon State (2/2)
6 – Stanford (6/9)
9 – UCLA (7/9)
10 – USC (1/2)
11 – Utah (2/2)
9 – Washington (2/3)
10 – Washington State (2/3)

Patriot (69.0%)

7 – American (2/4)
11 – Army (2/2)
10 – Boston U (7/8)
7 – Bucknell (0/2)
8 – Colgate (5/8)
8 – Holy Cross (1/1)
7 – Lafayette (0/1)
10 – Lehigh (3/3)
5 – Loyola (MD) (3/7)
9 – Navy (6/6)

SEC (73.0%)

8 – Alabama (3/3)
9 – Arkansas (1/2)
6 – Auburn (1/4)
7 – Florida (1/4)
6 – Georgia (1/1)
9 – Kentucky (3/3)
9 – LSU (1/1)
8 – Mississippi State (1/1)
8 – Missouri (4/5)
10 – Ole Miss (2/2)
10 – South Carolina (1/1)
8 – Tennessee (1/2)
8 – Texas A&M (6/7)
10 – Vanderbilt (1/1)

Southern (65.7%)

8 – Appalachian State (2/2)
7 – Chattanooga
8 – Davidson (0/1)
8 – Elon (0/3)
10 – Furman (7/8)
9 – Georgia Southern (3/4)
9 – Samford (4/6)
11 – The Citadel (3/3)
7 – UNC Greensboro (3/7)
7 – Western Carolina (1/1)
7 – Wofford

Southland (68.8%)

6 – Abilene Christian (3/4)
9 – Central Arkansas (1/1)
9 – Houston Baptist (5/7)
9 – Incarnate Word (7/8)
9 – Lamar (4/4)
8 – McNeese State (1/1)
11 – Nicholls State
10 – Northwestern State
8 – Oral Roberts (2/3)
7 – Sam Houston State (2/4)
6 – Southeastern Louisiana (1/4)
6 – Stephen F. Austin (5/9)
N/A – Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

SWAC (72.4%)

4 – Alabama A&M (1/2)
11 – Alabama State (5/5)
10 – Alcorn State (0/1)
9 – Arkansas-Pine Bluff (1/1)
7 – Grambling (0/1)
9 – Jackson State (4/5)
8 – Mississippi Valley State (7/8)
6 – Prairie View A&M (2/4)
8 – Southern U (1/1)
10 – Texas Southern (0/1)

Summit (59.1%)

7 – Denver (4/8)
8 – IPFW (4/8)
10 – IUPUI (1/2)
10 – Missouri-KC (2/2)
8 – North Dakota State (3/6)
7 – Oakland (5/7)
9 – South Dakota (1/1)
9 – South Dakota State (2/3)
10 – UN Omaha (1/2)
7 – Western Illinois (3/5)

Sun Belt (38.8%)

9 – Arkansas State (0/1)
9 – Florida Atlantic (1/1)
10 – Georgia State (1/1)
4 – Louisiana-Lafayette
9 – Louisiana-Monroe
5 – Middle Tennessee State (1/7)
11 – South Alabama (1/1)
7 – Texas State (1/2)
10 – Troy
9 – UALR
7 – Western Kentucky (2/5)

WAC (52.9%)

9 – Cal State Bakersfield
9 – Grand Canyon University (3/4)
4 – Idaho (0/2)
6 – New Mexico State
7 – Seattle (2/3)
6 – Utah Valley (4/8)

WCC (70.0%)

6 – BYU (5/8)
7 – Gonzaga (2/3)
9 – Loyola Marymount (3/5)
8 – Pacific (2/2)
6 – Pepperdine (3/6)
10 – Portland (7/8)
8 – San Diego (4/6)
10 – San Francisco (2/3)
8 – Santa Clara (5/7)
8 – St. Mary’s (CA) (2/2)

Percentage of Award Winners Returning by Conference (Big Seven in Bold)

78.3% – Big East
77.7% – Ohio Valley
76.7% – Big South
75.6% – Conference USA
73.5% – Atlantic Sun
73.3% – Atlantic 10
73.3% – MAAC
73.0% – SEC
72.4% – SWAC
71.4% – Pac-12
70.7% – Big Ten

70.3% – Horizon
70.3% – Missouri Valley
70.3% – NEC
70.0% – WCC
69.8% – ACC

69.0% – Patriot
68.8% – Southland
67.6% – MAC
65.7% – Southern
65.0% – Big XII
64.3% – America East
62.2% – Colonial
62.2% – Ivy
59.1% – Summit
58.8% – Big West
55.2% – Big Sky
52.9% – WAC
50.0% – Great West
50.0% – Mountain West
38.8% – Sun Belt

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