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This Week's D-II and D-III Basketball Standings

Posted by JBB2 on Feb 6, 2009 12:36:49 PM

This week's NABC Men's D-II Poll:

 

February 3, 2009

 

 

NOTE: Weekly polls are released on Tuesday afternoon.

 

 

Rank

School (first place votes)

Record

Points

Previous Rank

1

Findlay, Ohio (8)

18-0

200

1

2

LIU-C.W. Post, N.Y.

16-0

192

2

3

Central Oklahoma

18-2

183

3

4

BYU-Hawaii

14-1

177

4

5

Gannon, Pa.

16-2

167

6

6

Southwest Baptist, Mo.

16-3

150

9

7

Northern Kentucky

16-4

132

11

8

Alderson-Broaddus, W.Va.

16-2

128

5

9

South Carolina Aiken

14-4

126

14

10

Christian Brothers, Tenn.

17-3

115

17

11

Augusta State, Ga.

14-4

111

7

12

Central Missouri.

17-3

106

18

13

Bellarmine, Ky.

16-3

102

8

14

Benedict, S.C.

15-2

87

21

15

Armstrong Atlantic State, Ga.

15-3

77

12

16

Southern Indiana

19-4

71

19

17

Georgia College & State

15-2

69

24

18

Claflin, S.C.

16-2

68

15

19

Winona State, Minn.

17-5

38

20

20

Florida Southern

19-4

37

NR

21

Minnesota State

18-5

36

13

22

Arkansas-Monticello

16-4

35

16

23

Bentley, Mass.

18-4

28

NR

24

Stonehill, Mass.

16-4

22

10

25

Catawba, N.C.

13-5

20

25

 

 

 

Others receiving votes: Western Washington 19, Virginia Union 18, Angelo State (Texas) 15, Grand Valley State (Mich.) 15, Rollins (Fla.) 10, Barton (N.C.) 9, Massachusetts-Lowell 9, St. Edward's (Texas) 9, Kutztown (Pa.) 5, Valdosta State (Ga.) 4, Delta State (Miss.) 3, North Alabama 2, Pittsburgh-Johnstown (Pa.) 2, Northern State (S.D.) 1, West Liberty State (W.Va.) 1.

 

 

Men's D-II Regional Rankings from the NCAA

 

 

USA Today/ESPN/WBCA D-II Women's Poll:

 

 

Rank

Institution - First Place Votes

Previous Ranking

Record

Points

1.

University of Alaska Anchorage (27)

1

20-1

675

2.

California University of Pennsylvania

3

17-2

621

3.

Fort Lewis College (Colo.)

5

18-1

593

4.

Emporia State University (Kan.)

4

18-2

579

5.

Minnesota State University-Mankato

6

19-1

570

6.

Northern Kentucky University

2

17-2

529

7.

Hillsdale College (Mich.)

7

17-2

519

8.

Michigan Technological University

10

17-2

481

9.

West Texas A&M University

13

17-3

399

10.

Washburn University (Kan.)

t11

17-3

396

11.

Stonehill College (Mass.)

15

17-3

348

12.

University of California, San Diego

17

19-2

313

13.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

9

16-3

307

14.

University of Central Oklahoma

16

15-3

305

15.

Tusculum College (Tenn.)

8

17-3

300

16.

University of District of Columbia

18

17-2

273

17.

Francis Marion University (S.C.)

19

16-1

254

18.

Rollins College (Fla.)

t11

17-2

247

19.

Seattle Pacific University (Wash.)

14

13-4

174

20.

Minnesota State University-Moorhead

22

16-4

144

21.

Saint Mary's University (Texas)

25

18-2

130

22.

Lenoir-Rhyne University (N.C.)

NR

18-2

100

23.

University of South Carolina-Aiken

23

16-5

88

24.

Franklin Pierce University (N.H.)

NR

15-4

60

25.

Delta State University (Miss.)

NR

17-5

48

 

 

 

Dropped Out: Arkansas Tech University, Grand Valley State University (Mich.), Clark Atlanta University (Ga.).

 

 

**Others Receiving Votes: Quincy University (Ill.) - 45; Saint Cloud State University (Minn.) - 36; Arkansas Tech University - 35; Clark Atlanta University (Ga.) - 32; Clayton State University (Ga.) - 30; Holy Family University (Pa.) - 22; Grand Valley State University (Mich.) - 20; Fayetteville State University (N.C.) - 17; Virginia State University - 15; American International College (Mass.) - 11; Georgia College & State University - 11; Northwood University (Mich.) - 10; University of Arkansas, Monticello - 9; College of Saint Rose (N.Y.) - 7; Bentley College (Mass.) - 6; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) - 5; Valdosta State University (Ga.) - 4; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) - 3; Augustana College (S.D.) - 1; Florida Southern College - 1; Pace University (N.Y.) - 1; Pittsburg State University (Kan.) - 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Division III Men's Poll from D3hoops.com:

 

 

D3hoops.com Coaches Poll

               (As of 02/03/2009)

Rank

School

W-L

Points

Prev

1

St. Thomas (Minn.) (18)

19-0

618

1

2

Washington-St. Louis (7)

17-1

607

2

3

Wis.-Stevens Point

17-2

569

3

4

Wis.-Platteville

18-2

546

4

5

Wis.-Whitewater

17-3

496

6

6

Puget Sound

17-2

463

9

7

Buena Vista

18-2

420

10

8

Capital

17-2

412

5

9

Ithaca

17-1

396

11

10

Richard Stockton

19-2

363

12

11

St. Norbert

16-1

361

14

12

Trinity (Tex.)

17-2

357

8

13

Elms

17-1

350

13

14

Wheaton (Ill.)

16-3

335

7

15

Elmhurst

15-4

288

17

16

Middlebury

18-2

232

19

17

Mass.-Dartmouth\

17-2

225

18

18

Augustana (Ill.)

15-5

208

15

19

Dallas

17-2

167

22

20

Amherst

16-3

165

16

21

Frank. & Marsh.

17-2

109

NR

22

WPI

16-3

79

NR

23

Carnegie Mellon

14-4

57

20

24

John Carroll

14-4

56

NR

25

DePauw

15-5

43

NR

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Centre 41, Rhode Island College 34, Guilford 27, William Paterson 24, Whitworth 22, Roanoke 14, Transylvania 13, Anderson 9, St. John Fisher 9, Randolph-Macon 3, DeSales 2, Hope 2, Chapman 1, Rochester Tech 1, Salem State 1.

DROPPED OUT: No. 21 St. John Fisher, No. 23 Centre, No. 24 Carroll, No. 25 Gettysburg.

 

 

 

USA Today/ESPN/WBCA D-III Women's Poll:

 

 

USA Today/ESPN/WBCA Division III Coaches Rankings

               (As of 02/03/2009)

Rank

School

W-L

Points

Prev

1

Ill. Wesleyan (10)

18-0

250

1

2

Hope

16-1

235

3

3

Wis.-Stevens Point

18-1

230

4

4

Rochester

17-1

221

6

5

George Fox

19-0

209

7

6

Wis.-Eau Claire

17-2

205

9

7

Oglethorpe

18-2

188

10

8

Messiah

17-2

174

11

9

Simpson

18-2

157

12

10

Amherst

19-1

152

5

11

Wis.-Whitewater

17-3

147

2

12

York (Pa.)

19-1

141

14

13

Thomas More

17-2

135

13

14

New York U.

16-2

117

8

15

Tufts

15-2

105

17

16

Washington-St. Louis

14-4

103

20

17

Kean

17-3

89

19

18

DeSales

16-2

68

15

19

DePauw

17-3

67

24

20

Muhlenberg

17-3

58

22

21

Brandeis

13-4

44

18

22

Moravian

16-3

38

16

23

Scranton

15-4

27

25

24

Marymount

15-4

21

25

25

Eastern Conn. St.

17-2

20

NR

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Washington & Jefferson 16; Mississippi College 12; Greensboro 6; Mary Washington 6; Chicago 6; Dallas 2; Baldwin-Wallace 1.

DROPPED OUT: t-No. 20 Chicago, No. 23 Dallas, t-No. 25 Mary Washington

 

 

 

Women's D-III poll from D3hoops.com

 

 

D3hoops.com Poll

               (As of 02/03/2009)

Rank

School

W-L

Points

Prev

1

Ill. Wesleyan (24)

18-0

623

1

2

Wis.-Stevens Point (1)

18-1

581

3

3

Rochester

17-1

557

5

4

Hope

16-1

542

6

5

Wis.-Eau Claire

17-2

516

8

6

George Fox

19-0

515

7

7

Oglethorpe

18-2

462

9

8

Messiah

17-2

419

11

9

Amherst

19-1

391

4

10

Thomas More

17-2

356

12

11

Wis.-Whitewater

17-3

354

2

12

York (Pa.)

18-1

353

13

13

Simpson

18-2

311

15

14

DeSales

16-2

299

14

15

Tufts

15-2

286

16

16

New York U.

16-2

256

10

17

Washington-St. Louis

14-4

212

24

18

DePauw

17-3

187

23

19

Kean

17-3

174

21

20

Eastern Conn. St.

17-2

134

25

21

Wash. & Jeff.

17-2

89

NR

22

Mississippi Col.

17-2

77

NR

23

Moravian

17-3

73

17

24

Brandeis

13-4

67

19

25

Dallas

16-3

63

18

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Muhlenberg 56, Mary Washington 43, Greensboro 31, Marymount 26, Chicago 19, Western Connecticut 14, St. Norbert 11, UW-La Crosse 11, Bowdoin 8, Baldwin-Wallace 4, Scranton 3, Hardin-Simmons 2.

DROPPED OUT: No. 20 Chicago, No. 22 Muhlenberg.

 

 

 

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