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NSCAA/adidas Division II Men's Top 25
August 30th, 2007 8:30AM

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[POLL] Veteran coach Tim Hankinson is off to a winning start at Ft. Lewis.

The Skyhawks defeated Barry, 1-0, last Saturday in their 2007 opener to move into the top spot in the NSCAA/adidas NCAA Men's Division II Top 25.

Midfielder Kieran Hall, who represented Great Britain this summer at the World University Games in Thailand, scored the game's lone goal in the 84th minute off a corner kick from fellow senior Casey Roberts.

Defending champion Dowling fell from the top spot when it lost to Massachusetts-Lowell, 3-2. The River Hawks, which got goals from Matias Pietropinto, Jhony Valencia and Matt Dubois moved into the No. 3 spot, behind Ft. Lewis and Lynn. Dowling fell to No. 12.

NSCAA/adidas Division II Men's Top 25 (through Aug. 26)
SCHOOL (2007 RECORD)
1 Fort Lewis 1-0-0
2 Lynn 2-0-0
3 Mass.-Lowell 1-0-0
4 Lenoir-Rhyne 0-0-0
5 Northern Kentucky 2-0-0
6 Seattle 2-0-0
7 East Stroudsburg 2-0-0
8 Queens (N.C.) 1-0-0
9 Rollins NR 2-0-0
10 Midwestern State 1-0-0
11 Cal State Los Angeles 1-0-0
12 Dowling 1-1-0
13 SIU-Edwardsville 0-0-0
14 Carson-Newman 0-0-0
15 Limestone 1-0-0
16 Southern Conn. State 1-1-0
17 Bridgeport 2-0-0
18 Metro State 2-0-0
19 Seattle Pacific 1-0-1
20 Nova Southeastern 2-0-0
21 Newberry 2-0-0
22 Wisconsin-Parkside 1-0-0
23 Lander 0-0-0
24 Franklin 1-1-0
25 Lewis 2-0-0



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