With only eight points separating the five men's soccer teams that finished second through sixth in the GSAC standings last year, the 2013 conference race should be a battle.
Concordia returns the supporting staff of a team that won the 2012 GSAC regular season and postseason tournament and advanced to the NAIA Quarterfinals. The defense and midfield remains intact, and a talented class of recruits look to replace the bulk of the Eagles' 2012 offense. San Diego Christian, which finished in second place and advanced to the playoffs for the first time since joining the conference in 1999, will try to build on last year's success. Vanguard, which returns a talented defensive line and welcomes nine new players, and Biola, which has an All-GSAC player and a top conference goalie, figure to press for success in 2013.
To see more information about men's soccer, including standings, schedule, rosters and statistics, go to GSAC Men's Soccer.