A quick note framing everything: With overtime eliminated for regular-season games, the 2022 campaign is producing more ties than usual.
That makes weighing the region’s Division 3 men’s soccer landscape more challenging, with small margins separating traditional powerhouses and one result capable of changing the region’s entire complexion.
Even still, with October here and conference title pushes well underway, let’s break down New England’s hierarchy. There’s a heavy NESCAC presence, yes, but others are turning heads as well.
One more qualifier: If Hamilton was based in New England and not New York, it would likely be our No. 1 team. Full credit to what the Continentals are doing.