The team fell from No. 16 down to No. 19 in the latest rankings that were released earlier this afternoon.
Over the past week, the Lions only played once, but lost 1-0 at rival Indiana. The now No. 6 Hoosiers had the advantage over the Lions in most statistic categories. They led the Lions in shots with a 10-6 advantage and also had the upper hand in corner kicks 9-7.
For only the second time this season, the Lions were lost the corner kick battle. Both times, they ended up on the wrong side of the score, losing 1-0 to Indiana and 3-2 to Stetson at the Wolstein Classic in Columbus, Ohio.
The squad returns home for a three-game home stand at Jeffrey Field. They tied 0-0 with No. 16 Georgetown tonight and have two more games remaining. They will host Michigan under the lights at 7 on Saturday night and will conclude the home stand Tuesday against Penn at 7 p.m.
At Jeffrey Field this season, the squad is a undefeated and has a 7-0 advantage in goals scored. They look to extend that streak and remain undefeated at home.