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SMALL COLLEGES: NSCAA/adidas Women's Rankings
September 24th, 2008 8AM
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Grand Valley State improved to 8-0-0 and remained No. 1 in the NCAA Division II women's rankings with a 2-0 win over Quincy and 1-0 win over UMSL. Messiah jumped from third to first in the NCAA Division III women's rankings after last week's No. 1 College of New Jersey (4-3 loss to Swarthmore on two goals and an assist by Megan Colombo) and No. 2 Whitworth (2-1 loss to Willamette) both fell. For the NSCAA/adidas D2 and D3 women's rankings ...

NCAA Division II
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Grand Valley State 1 8-0-0
2 West Chester 2 6-0-0
3 West Florida 3 7-0-1
4 Truman State 10 7-0-0
5 Winona State 7 6-1-0
6 North Carolina-Pembroke 8 7-0-0
7 Sonoma State 16 6-1-0
8 Wisconsin-Parkside 9 6-0-0
9 Franklin Pierce 17 5-1-1
10 Rollins 11 6-0-1
11 Metro State 14 6-1-2
12 Columbus State 13 7-2-0
13 Nebraska-Omaha 5 4-1-0
14 C.W. Post 6 6-1-0
15 West Virginia Wesleyan NR 6-0-0
16 Western Washington 22 6-2-0
17 Seattle Pacific 4 6-1-1
18 Saint Rose 15 5-2-0
19 Florida Tech 24 8-1-0
20 Northern Kentucky RV 5-1-0
21 Minnesota State-Mankato 20 3-1-2
22 Carson-Newman RV 6-1-0
23 Tampa 18 4-3-0
24 Mercyhurst RV 4-1-1
25 Incarnate Word NR 5-1-0

NCAA Division III
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Messiah 3 7-0-1
2 Lynchburg 4 8-0-1
3 Williams 5 4-0-0
4 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 6 6-0-2
5 Puget Sound (Wash.) 13 4-1-0
6 Hamilton 16 5-0-0
7 Johns Hopkins 9 5-0-2
8 Wheaton (Mass.) 10 8-1-0
9 Whitworth 2 5-1-0
10 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 23 7-1-0
11 William Smith 8 4-1-1
12 Rhodes 15 6-1-1
13 Calvin 14 4-2-1
14 College of New Jersey 1 5-1-0
15 Wheaton (Ill.) 11 4-1-1
16 Rochester 25 4-1-2
17 Otterbein RV 5-0-1
18 Western Conn. State 17 4-1-0
19 Emory 20 6-1-1
20 Wittenberg 7 5-1-2
21 Redlands NR 3-1-1
22 Skidmore 19 6-1-1
23 Rowan 24 6-0-0
24 Washington (Mo.) NR 6-1-1
25 Denison 21 4-2-1



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