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October 31st, 2007 8:01AM
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With one week to go before NCAA Tournament pairings are announced, there was little movement in the NSCAA/adidas rankings. Teams remained the same in the top three spots in Men's Division II and III, the top five spots in Men's Division III and the top seven spots in Women's Division III. For all the Top 25 rankings ...
 
Note: Records through Oct. 28.

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



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