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SMALL COLLEGES: NSCAA/adidas Men's Rankings
October 22nd, 2008 8AM

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For the second time in three years, Eckerd upset top-ranked Lynn, 2-1, in overtime. With less than two minutes remaining, the Tritons tied the score on a header by Greg Cavallini to force overtime, where they won on Luke Sheekey's goal. The loss dropped Lynn (12-1-0) to second place in the NCAA Division II men's rankings behind Midwestern State (12-1-0). Trinity (Texas), first in the Division III  rankings, is 14-0-0. Three other D3 men's teams remained unbeaten and untied -- No. 2 York (15-0-0), No. 3 Montclair State (15-0-0) and No. 6 Emory (13-0-0). For the NSCAA/adidas D2 and D3 men's rankings ...

NCAA Division II
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Midwestern State 2 12-1-0
2 Lynn 1 12-1-0
3 Fort Lewis 3 11-1-3
4 So. New Hampshire 5 13-1-2
5 Tusculum 7 12-1-1
6 Cal State Dominguez Hills 10 14-2-1
6 Millersville 8 11-2-0
8 Rockhurst 9 12-1-2
9 Lander 11 10-1-1
10 Tampa 14 11-2-1
11 Northern Kentucky 13 12-1-2
12 East Stroudsburg 15 13-3-0
13 Sonoma State 16 12-2-2
14 St. Edward's 12 11-3-0
15 Metro State 18 9-3-3
16 Dominican (N.Y.) 22 11-2-1
17 Lewis 21 12-1-1
18 West Florida 19 10-2-2
19 Lees-McRae 20 13-2-1
20 Ashland 6 13-1-1
20 LeMoyne RV 11-3-2
22 Cal State Los Angeles 4 10-3-2
23 Mercyhurst NR 8-3-2
24 Limestone NR 11-2-1
25 Dowling NR 11-2-0

NCAA Division III
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Trinity (Texas) 1 14-0-0
2 York 2 15-0-0
3 Montclair State 4 15-0-0
4 Hobart 6 13-0-2
5 Middlebury 3 8-1-1
6 Wittenberg 7 13-1-0
6 Emory 9 13-0-0
8 Carleton 8 13-1-1
9 Johns Hopkins 17 11-2-2
10 Stevens Tech 10 13-1-2
11 Loras 13 12-2-1
12 Messiah 5 10-2-2
13 Eastern Conn. State 11-1-3
14 William Paterson 15 11-2-2
15 Hope 25 11-1-2
16 Washington (Mo.) 21 10-3-0
17 Rochester 18 9-2-2
18 North Carolina Wesleyan 19 12-2-0
19 Carnegie Mellon 11 11-2-1
20 Whitworth 22 11-2-1
21 Dominican (Ill.) NR 13-2-0
22 Western New England 14 11-1-4
23 Ohio Northern NR 12-3-1
24 New Jersey City 23 10-3-2
25 Swarthmore RV 10-2-1



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