NCBWA Division II Top 25 Rankings – March 4

NATIONAL TOP 25

Rank School (#1 Votes) W-L Pts. Prev.
  1. Delta State, Miss. (3) 13-2 282 1
  2. Mount Olive (6) 17-1 281 8
  3. Central Missouri (2) 8-1 276 2
  4. Chico State, Calif. (1) 11-1 271 3
  5. St. Mary’s, Texas 14-4 234 4
  6. USC-Aiken 13-2 218 13
  7. West Florida 10-3 216 5
  8. Indianapolis, Ind. 3-0 202 9
  9. Tampa, Fla. 11-2 182 10
10. Lander, S.C. 13-2 169 6
11. Southern New Hampshire 6-0 166 T15
12. Incarnate Word, Texas 13-2 159 T15
13. Shippensburg, Pa. 7-1 154 20
14. St. Cloud State, Minn. 7-2 147 12
15. Dixie State, Utah 9-1 143 14
16. Grand Valley State, Mich. 0-0 118 17
17. Alabama Huntsville 16-3 108 19
18. Slippery Rock, Pa. 7-0 78 RV
19. Florida Tech 10-3 65 25
20. Catawba, N.C. 13-4 63 RV
21. StoneHill, Mass. 6-1 56 RV
22. Southern Arkansas 14-6 53 21
23. Angelo State, Texas 10-5 51 RV
24. Cal State Monterey Bay 13-6 37 RV
T25. Texas A&m-Kingsville 11-3 23 RV
T25. Arkansas Tech 16-5 23 NR

Dropped out: #7 Franklin Pierce N.H.; #11 Seton Hill, Pa.; #18 Minnesota State; T22 Sonoma State, Calif.; T22 Belmont Abbey, N.C.; #24 St. Edwards, Texas.
Others receiving votes: UNC Pembroke (13-5) 21 points; Drury, Mo. (5-0) 18 points; Millersville, Pa. (9-3) 16 points; Minnesota State (4-2) 13 points; Sonoma State, Calif. (10-4) 9 points; West Georgia (13-4) 8 points; Wilmington, Del. (5-2) 7 points; Barry, Fla. (12-7) 4 points; Carson-Newman, Tenn. (12-7) 3 poins; Belmont Abbey, N.C. (11-4-1) 3 2 points; Colorado Mesa (10-4) 2 points; West Chester, Pa. (1-3-1) 1 point.

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