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SMALL COLLEGE: NSCAA/adidas Preseason Men's Polls
August 25th, 2008 1:15PM

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Franklin Pierce (NCAA Division II), Middlebury (NCAA Division III) and Azusa Pacific (NAIA) are ranked No. 1 in the NSCAA/adidas Preseason Men's Polls. For all the rankings ...

NCAA Division II
1 Franklin Pierce 17-2-4
2 Lincoln Memorial 20-4-1
3 Midwestern State 18-3-2
4 Montevallo 18-4-2
5 Northern Kentucky 22-2-0
6 Sonoma State 19-3-3
7 Metro State 16-3-3
8 East Stroudsburg 19-3-1
9 Dowling 17-3-3
10 Lees-McRae 21-2-1
11 Cal State Dominguez Hills 18-3-4
12 West Texas A&M 17-3-0
13 Lewis 17-5-0
14 Tampa 13-5-1
15 Gannon 16-3-1
16 Fort Lewis 15-6-1
17 Massachusetts-Lowell 12-4-4
18 Lander 14-5-2
19 West Florida 18-2-0
20 Grand Canyon 11-5-5
21 Incarnate Word 13-6-1
22 Rockhurst 11-6-3
23 Regis 11-7-1
24 Davis & Elkins 17-5-0
25 Wingate 16-5-1

NCAA Division III
1 Middlebury 17-2-2
2 Trinity (Texas) 23-1-0
3 Loras 23-0-2
4 Messiah 21-3-0
5 York 21-3-1
6 Washington (Mo.) 16-5-2
7 Montclair State 19-3-1
8 Redlands 20-4-0
9 North Carolina Wesleyan 18-2-0
10 Rochester 15-3-2
11 Amherst 15-2-1
12 New Jersey City 18-5-1
13 Emory 16-3-0
14 Virginia Wesleyan 17-3-0
15 Johns Hopkins 18-4-0
16 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 17-3-1
17 Stevens Tech 17-1-3
18 Dominican (Ill.) 17-4-1
19 Williams 12-5-2
20 Hobart 13-4-3
21 Franklin & Marshall 15-4-0
22 Salisbury 16-4-2
22 Transylvania 15-3-3
22 Case Western Reserve 12-5-1
25 Greensboro 14-5-3

NAIA
1 Azusa Pacific 20-1-1
2 Concordia (Calif.) 19-4-0
3 Auburn Montgomery 17-5-0
4 Fresno Pacific 19-3-1
5 Simon Fraser 17-2-1
6 Lindsey Wilson 19-3-0
7 Southern Nazarene 18-1-1
8 Graceland 17-2-2
9 Mobile 14-5-1
10 Rio Grande 13-5-1
11 Berry 15-3-0
12 Embry-Riddle 12-7-2
13 Park 13-6-0
14 Ohio Dominican 19-3-0
15 Oklahoma City 15-5-1
16 Point Loma Nazarene 13-3-1
17 Lee 16-5-3
18 McKendree 16-2-1
19 Indiana Wesleyan 19-6-1
20 Mid-Continent 13-7-2
21 Benedictine 13-4-1
22 Maine-Fort Kent 21-1-0
23 Hastings 13-4-1
24 Concordia 16-4-0
25 Savannah Art & Design 13-5-0

SMALL COLLEGE: NSCAA/adidas Preseason Women's Polls

Tampa (NCAA Division II), Wheaton of Illinois (NCAA Division III) and Martin Methodist (NAIA) are ranked No. 1 in the NSCAA/adidas Preseason Men's Polls. For all the rankings ...

NCAA Division II
1 Tampa 20-2-2
2 Franklin Pierce 18-2-5
3 Grand Valley State 21-1-1
4 Seattle Pacific 23-1-0
5 Columbus State 20-3-2
6 Incarnate Word 18-3-2
7 West Chester 17-3-3
8 Minnesota State-Mankato 17-3-1
9 Saint Rose 19-1-2
10 Central Oklahoma 11 19-5-1
11 Tusculum 13-6-0
12 Drury 17-5-3
13 Cal State Dominguez Hills 14-5-4
14 Metro State 16-5-1
15 C.W. Post 17-1-3
16 Montevallo (Ala.) 14-7-0
17 Slippery Rock 17-5-1
18 Nebraska-Omaha 14-6-1
19 Winona State 16-3-2
20 Saint Leo 13-5-0
21 Mercyhurst 17-3-1
22 Carson-Newman 14-6-0
23 St. Edward's 17-3-0
24 Chico State 13-5-3
25 Quincy 14-6-1

NCAA Division III
1 Wheaton (Ill.) 26-0-0
2 Messiah 23-1-0
3 The College of New Jersey 21-1-1
4 Western Connecticut State 21-3-1
5 Puget Sound 21-2-1
6 William Smith 17-1-1
7 Hamilton 16-2-2
8 Lynchburg 19-4-3
9 Washington (Mo.) 17-4-0
10 Whitworth 18-3-0
11 Williams 17-1-0
12 Wheaton (Mass.) 22-1-1
13 Ithaca 19-4-0
14 Emory 16-2-2
15 Wittenberg 18-3-3
16 York 15-6-3
17 Virginia Wesleyan 15-2-4
18 Hardin-Simmons 18-2-1
19 Calvin 15-3-4
20 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 16-5-2
21 Worcester State 16-6-0
22 Union (N.Y.) 16-5-0
23 Trinity (Texas) 13-3-2
24 Chicago 12-4-4
25 UC Santa Cruz 12-3-2

NAIA
1 Martin Methodist 20-4-0
2 Azusa Pacific 20-2-1
3 Lee 20-2-0
4 Lindsey Wilson 17-3-3
5 Concordia (Ore.) 18-2-2
6 Carroll (Mont.) 17-2-2
7 California Baptist 13-5-2
8 Northwood (Fla.) 15-2-0
9 St. Xavier (Ill.) 19-4-2
10 Graceland (Iowa) 14-3-1
11 Savannah Art & Design 12-4-1
12 Simon Fraser 8-3-5
13 Westmont 9-7-2
14 William Jewell 16-3-0
15 William Carey 19-1-1
16 King 17-4-1
17 Houghton 13-3-3
18 Indiana Wesleyan 12 21-2-1
18 Bethel (Tenn.) 15-5-0
20 John Brown 14-5-0
21 Berry 12-6-3
22 Concordia (Calif.) 12-5-1
23 Trinity Christian 19-6-2
24 Kansas Wesleyan 21-2-1
25 Spring Arbor 17-3-3



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