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JUNIOR COLLEGES: NSCAA/adidas Rankings
October 29th, 2008 8AM
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Yavapai (D1 men), Darton (D1 women) and Cerritos (D3 women) remained No. 1 in this week's NSCAA/adidas JC rankings. There was a major shakeup in the D3 men's rankings, where Herkimer County jumped three places to No. 1. For all the rankings ...

JC Men's Division I
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Yavapai 1 20-0-0
2 Barton County 2 18-0-1
3 Tyler Junior 3 12-2-1
4 San Jacinto 4 12-2-2
5 Jefferson 6 19-3-0
6 Pima 5 15-2-1
7 Louisburg 9 16-3-1
8 Georgia Perimeter 13-3-1
9 Parkland 7 16-1-1
10 South Suburban 8 19-2-0
11 Schoolcraft NR 14-1-4
12 Young Harris 11 14-3-0
13 Baltimore County-Essex NR 15-3-2
14 Lincoln Land 12 13-4-0

JC Men's Division I
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Herkimer County 4 15-3-0
2 Santa Rosa 2 12-0-4
3 CC of Morris NR 16-3-0
4 CC of San Francisco NR 13-1-2
5 Manchester 11 17-2-0
6 Mount San Antonio 6 12-3-2
7 Hartnell 7 12-1-4
8 Montgomery-Rockville 13 13-7-1
9 Taft 3 13-2-4
10 Brookdale 1 17-1-3
11 Cerritos 5 13-3-1
11 Evergreen Valley 8 8-3-2
13 Fresno City 10 11-3-5
14 Ulster County NR 14-5-1
15 Richland 9 11-8-0

JC Women's Division I
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Darton 1 18-0-0
2 Navarro 2 15-0-0
3 Young Harris 3 16-1-1
4 Lewis & Clark 4 21-1-0
5 Polk 5 13-2-1
6 Schoocraft 6 9-2-3
7 Iowa Western 7 16-2-1
8 CC of Rhode Island 9 11-2-0
9 Chandler-Gilbert 10 16-1-1
10 Paradise Valley 11 17-1-2
11 Laramie County 8 13-3-2
12 Monroe 12 13-4-1
13 Southwestern Illinois 13 15-2-0
14 Barton 14 16-3-0
15 Cincinnati State NR 10-2-1

JC Women's Division III
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Cerritos 1 11-0-3
2 Broome County 2 17-1-1
3 Santa Rosa 3 13-1-1
4 DuPage 8 14-3-4
5 Cypress 5 11-1-4
6 Oxford-Emory 6 14-5-0
7 Ventura 7 12-1-3
8 Montgomery-Rockville 4 14-3-0
9 Santiago Canyon 9 12-1-4
10 Brookdale 13 13-4-1
11 American River 14 12-3-1
12 Modesto 12 14-2-0
13 Camden County 10 11-5-1
14 Santa Barbara City 11 9-1-5
15 Tompkins Cortland 11-6-1




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