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October 24th, 2007 8AM

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There was only one change in the 1-2 positions in the NSCAA/adidas rankings for Division II and III men and women. Amherst dropped from No. 2 to No. 12 in the Division III men's rankings after falling to Wesleyan, 2-1, on Saturday.

Note:
Records through Oct. 21.

NCAA DIVISION II MEN
1 Northern Kentucky 18-0-0
2 Lees-McRae 14-1-1
3 West Florida 14-1-0
4 Lincoln Memorial 13-2-0
5 Franklin Pierce 12-1-3
6 Seattle 13-2-0
7 Dowling 12-2-3
8 Midwestern State 13-2-0
9 Metro State 13-1-3
10 Lynn 14-1-0
11 Sonoma State 15-2-1
12 Mass.-Lowell 11-2-2
13 Clayton State 11-3-1
14 East Stroudsburg 15-2-1
15 Lewis 14-4-0
16 Cal State Dom. Hills 14-3-0
17 Tusculum 9-6-3
17 Montevallo 15-1-1
19 Le Moyne 13-2-2
20 Wingate 14-3-0
21 SIU-Edwardsville 10-3-2
22 Lander 10-3-2
23 Fort Lewis 10-5-1
24 Bridgeport 9-3-4
25 Carson-Newman 12-2-2
 
NCAA DIVISION III MEN
1 Trinity (Texas) 15-0-0
2 North Carolina Wesleyan 15-0-0
3 Loras 17-0-1
4 Messiah 12-2-0
5 Rochester 11-2-1
5 Case Western Reserve 11-3-0
5 Middlebury 11-1-0
8 New Jersey City 14-3-0
9 York 16-1-0
10 Puget Sound 13-1-1
11 Stevens Tech 14-1-2
12 Amherst 11-1-0
12 Franklin & Marshall 14-1-0
14 Dominican 14-2-1
15 Capital 12-1-3
16 NYU 11-3-1
17 Emory 13-2-0
18 Carleton 12-1-3
19 Williams 9-3-1
20 Johns Hopkins 13-3-0
21 Wittenberg 11-3-2
22 College of New Jersey 10-4-3
23 St. Lawrence 8-2-4
24 Wisconsin-Whitewater 14-1-2
25 Centre 12-3-1
 
NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN
1 Grand Valley State 16-0-0
2 Seattle Pacific 17-0-0
3 Saint Rose 15-0-2
4 Minnesota State-Mankato 14-2-0
5 Columbus State 12-3-1
6 Incarnate Word 14-1-1
7 C.W. Post 12-1-2
8 Bryant 15-0-4
9 Saint Leo 12-2-0
10 Seattle 15-2-0
11 Winona State 14-3-0
12 Central Oklahoma 14-3-1
13 West Florida 12-2-0
14 Slippery Rock 14-3-1
15 Carson-Newman 13-3-0
16 SIU-Edwardsville 12-3-1
17 Franklin Pierce 12-1-4
18 UC San Diego 12-2-1
19 Nova Southeastern 9-2-1
19 West Chester 12-2-2
21 St. Edward’s 13-3-0
22 Tampa 13-2-1
23 Quincy 13-4-1
24 Nebraska-Omaha 10-5-0
25 Tusculum 11-5-0
 
NCAA DIVISION III WOMEN
1 Wheaton (Ill.) 17-0-0
2 Messiah 15-0-0
3 College of New Jersey 14-0-1
4 Puget Sound 16-0-0
5 William Smith 14-0-1
6 Williams 13-0-0
7 Wheaton (Mass.) 17-0-1
8 Hamilton 11-0-1
8 Virginia Wesleyan 13-1-3
10 Washington Univ. 12-1-0
11 Emory 12-1-1
12 Wittenberg 14-2-1
13 Hardin-Simmons 15-1-0
14 Whitworth 14-1-0
15 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 14-1-2
16 Western Conn. State 14-1-1
17 Union (N.Y.) 17 13-3-0
18 Elizabethtown 15-1-1
19 Calvin 12-3-1
20 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 13-4-0
21 Denison 10-4-2
22 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 12-3-1
22 Richard Stockton 15-2-2
24 Ithaca 13-2-0
25 Trinity (Texas) 10-3-1



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