CSL Esports is a legacy brand when it comes to college esports organizing. And every week they drop new Power Rankings based on their competitions. So here is a look at where some of the top teams stand in their Rocket League, LoL JV, and CS:GO seasons.

Rocket League

Like with many other brackets the Northwood Timberwolves continue to dominate the Rocket League space. Their semi-pro trio, of Noxes, Pirates, and Buddy jettisoned the team to the top of numerous competitions. But nipping at their heels is the Akron Zips who is quickly reclaiming their luster from last season. Bringing up the rear is Canada’s sole representative University of Ottawa, the well-known Power 5 school, University of Kentucky, and Central Florida.


TGrau91 (University of Delaware) – Led his team to an impressive 3-1 victory against a strong JMU Dukesie Daisies team


One of the largest competitions in all of esports, CSL’s JV League of Legends season is a look into some of the up and coming collegiate talent. However, teams like Harrisburg and Waterloo are already stalwarts in the CLOL scene. So t comes as no surprise to see them both in the top half of the rankings.

CS:GO Star Division

The UCF Knights continue to trend upward in the Power Rankings. Meanwhile, teams like San Diego, Ashland, and RIT all suffer from a dip in form. The rankings this week also see two neophytes as Virginia Commonwealth and Michigan Tech get some love from CSL.


Rascal (Role: Primary AWP)  – UCF Knights (“GOAT OF CSL, NO ONE CAN CHALLENGE” – UCF Knights Teammates)