Delta State Still Number One in NCBWA National Rankings; Mount Olive Receives Pair of First Place Votes

NATIONAL TOP 25

Rank School (#1 Votes) W-L Pts. Prev.
  1. Delta State, Miss. (11) 24-4-1 323 1
  2. Mount Olive,  N.C. (2) 31-4 306 12
  3. Chico State, Calif. 23-5 283 5
  4. St. Cloud State, Minn. 15-2 263 T8
  5. St. Mary’s, Texas 22-9 262 7
  6. Lander, S.C. 27-6 252 2
  7. Tampa, Fla. 26-5 239 4
  8. Colorado Mesa 23-5 201 13
  9. USC Aiken 27-7 194 6
10. Seton Hill, Pa. 21-6 192 18
11. Alabama-Huntsville 24-6-1 185 19
12. Missouri Western 24-4 180 20
13. Southern New Hampshire 17-6 157 11
14. Grand Canyon, Ariz. 26-5 156 17
15. Ashland, Ohio 17-6 150 14
16. Central Missouri 20-5 142 3
17. Lewis, Ill. 14-3 87 22
18. UNC-Pembroke 26-8 85 RV
19. St. Edwards, Texas 22-10 84 RV
20. Florida Tech 23-10 77 24
21. Kutztown, Pa. 17-5 76 RV
22. Wilmington, Del. 20-9 72 23
23. Cal State Monterey Bay 20-10 58 21
24. West Florida 23-9 39 10
25. Southern Arkansas 25-11 32 25

Dropped out: #T8 Shippensburg, Pa.; #15 Catawba, N.C.; #16 Texas A&M-Kingsville;
Others receiving votes: Minnesota State (17-6) 21 points; Texas A&m-Kingsville (22-10) 19 points; Shippensburg,  Pa. (17-8) 14 points; Sonoma State, Calif. (21-9) 10 points; Montevallo (23-12) 10 points; Cal State L.A. (21-13) 7 points; Wingate, N.C. (26-13) 7 points; Belmont Abbey, N.C. (22-7-1) 6 points; Franklin Pierce, N.H. (16-9) 6 points; Quincy, Ill. (13-6) 5 points; Cal State East Bay (24-10) 3 points; Tarleton State (20-10-1) 1 point.

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