The defending national and Ivy League champions are looking to repeat.
The 2011 Epps Cup champions are looking to repeat as the top club team in the nation.
A deep incoming class may help Cornell move up in the A Division.
Expect last season’s Kurtz Cup finalists to be stronger this year.
Johns Hopkins made tremendous strides last season.
Princeton ended last season on a high note by finishing third in the nation.
After cracking the B Division last season, George Washington’s goal is to continue moving up.
After finishing just outside the top 20 last season, an enthusiastic Tufts squad hopes to make a run for the B Division.
An improvement in training facilities should make an impact on Wellesley’s performance.
Wesleyan’s goal for the 2010-2011 season was to finish in the top 20, and the Cardinals did exactly that.
Amherst continues to aim high despite losing an accomplished group of seniors.
After finishing second in the 2010 Kurtz Cup, the Bears took home the B Division title in 2011.
Drexel may have won only one match last season, but there are many reasons to be excited about the WCSA’s newest varsity team.
The 2011 Walker Cup finalists showed grace in a close defeat, but now they are aiming for the B Division.
The 2010-2011 Emerging Teams runners-up hope to field a full nine-player team this season.