Little Rock, Ark. - The Little Rock Rangers Soccer Club earned their first ever USL2 Power Ranking after an emphatic 10-0 victory over Blue Goose SC. The Stags, who are now in year three of the USL finally broke into the Top 15 Rankings.
The Rangers sit at 8-1-1 this season and were ranked at 13th in the country. While this isn’t the first time the Rangers have been ranked by an outlet, this is the first USL ranking for the Rangers. Elsewhere around the country, Protagonist have ranked the Rangers as high as fifth during Matchweek Two. Last week, Protagonist ranked the Rangers at sixth. Kick-A-Ball Podcast has the Rangers ranked at 11th but have had them ranked as high as third after a strong start.
The Rangers have two matches left in the regular season, on the road to Mississippi Brilla this Saturday night. They return home against LA Krewe on Wednesday, July 12th. A victory over Mississippi Brilla will see the Rangers clinch their first USL2 playoff berth and their first playoff appearance since 2019 when the Stags fell in penalties to Demize at home. It has also been five years since the 2018 NPSL run for the Rangers that saw a National Quarter-Final appearance.