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September 21st, 2010 3:26PM
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[RANKINGS] Cal State Los Angeles (NCAA Division II men), Calvin (Division III men), Saint Rose (Division II women) and Messiah (Division III women) all held on to their No. 1 rankings in their respective divisions. For the NSCAA/HendrickCars.com Small College Top 25 rankings ...

NCAA Men's Division II
Cal State Los Angeles won its fifth straight game by shutout with a 3-0 win over Cal State Monterey Bay on Sunday.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Cal State Los Angeles  1  5-0-0
2  Midwestern State (Texas) 2  5-0-0
3  Colorado Mines 3  5-0-0
4  Southern New Hampshire 4  6-0-0
5  Northern Kentucky 6  5-0-1
6  Montevallo (Ala.) 13  5-0-1
7  Lynn (Fla.) 14  5-1-0
8  Charleston, University of (W.Va.) 4  4-1-1
9  Cal State Dominguez Hills 11  4-0-2
10  Dowling (N.Y.) 15  4-0-1
11  Metro State (Colo.) 16  5-1-0
12  Clayton State (Ga.) 21  6-0-0
13  Slippery Rock (Pa.) 9  5-1-1
14  Incarnate Word (Texas) 10  4-1-0
15  Ashland (Ohio) 12  5-1-0
16  Merrimack (Mass.) 18  5-0-0
17  Rollins (Fla.) NR  3-1-1
18  Regis (Colo.) 22  5-0-0
19  Mercyhurst (Pa.) RV  4-0-1
20  Chico State (Calif.) 20  5-1-0
20  Drury (Mo.) NR  4-1-0
21  Barry (Fla.) NR  3-0-2
22  Flagler (Fla.) NR  4-1-0
23  Sonoma State (Calif.) NR  5-1-0
23  Bellarmine (Ky.) 18  4-1-1
25  Franklin Pierce (N.H.) NR  4-1-0
25  Mars Hill (N.C.) NR  5-0-1

NCAA Men's Division III
No. 2 Christopher Newport won the CNU Classic with wins over Marietta (4-0) and Penn State-Altoona (6-1). The Captains have outscored their opponents, 25-3, in their seven wins.
School Prev. W-L-T
1  Calvin (Mich.) 1  6-0-0
2  Christopher Newport (Va.) 2  7-0-0
3  Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 3  7-0-0
4  Williams (Mass.) 4  3-0-1
5  Swarthmore (Pa.) 13  6-0-0
6  Stevens Tech (N.J.) 12  5-0-1
7  Trinity (Texas) 14  5-1-0
7  Wisconsin-Whitewater 15  5-0-1
9  Dominican (Ill.) 9  6-0-0
10  Emory (Ga.) NR  7-0-0
11  Messiah (Pa.) 18  5-1-0
12  Rochester (N.Y.), University of 8  4-0-2
12  Eastern Connecticut State 16  5-0-1
14  Pacific (Ore.) NR  6-0-1
15  Macalester (Minn.) 6  6-1-1
16  Ohio Wesleyan 21  5-1-0
17  Johns Hopkins (Md.) 5  5-1-1
18  Salisbury (Md.) 11  6-0-2
18  Washington (Mo.) 19  5-0-2
20  Wisconsin-Oshkosh 20  6-0-1
21  Hobart (N.Y.) 17  4-1-1
22  Kenyon (Ohio) NR  6-0-1
23  Wheaton (Mass.) RV  5-0-2
24  Mary Hardin-Baylor (Texas) 7  4-1-0
25  DePauw (Ind.) 10  5-1-0

NCAA Women's Division II
Columbus State has climbed to No. 2 for the first time ever. The Lady Cougars have outscored their opponents, 22-1. With a goal and two assists in Sunday's 6-1 victory over Carson-Newman, senior Stephanie Parrish is tied for the CSU all-time points lead. Junior Stephanie Lowery had her first career hat trick on Sunday.

School Prev. W-L-T
1  Saint Rose (N.Y.) 1  6-0-0
2  Columbus State (Ga.) 4  6-0-0
3  Metro State (Colo.) 3  5-0-1
4  West Chester (Pa.) 5  6-0-0
5  Northern Kentucky 11  5-0-1
6  Rollins (Fla.) 8  4-1-0
7  Central Missouri 16  5-0-0
8  Seattle Pacific 19  5-0-1
9  Grand Valley State (Mich.) 2  5-1-1
10  Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 14  4-0-1
11  St. Edward's (Texas) 6  5-0-1
12  Fort Lewis (Colo.) 10  5-1-0
13  California (Pa.) 20  5-0-1
14  Cal State San Bernardino 13  4-1-0
15  Florida Southern 12  5-1-1
16  Dowling (N.Y.) NR  4-0-1
17  Belmont Abbey (N.C.) 18  8-0-0
18  Kutztown (Pa.) 15  5-1-0
19  West Texas A&M 21  3-1-1
20  Western Washington NR  4-0-1
21  Florida Tech 23  4-1-0
22  Wisconsin-Parkside NR  5-1-0
23  Merrimack (Mass.) NR  4-1-1
24  Winona State (Minn.) 24  4-2-0
25  Midwestern State (Texas) RV  5-1-0

NCAA Women's Division III
The College of New Jersey, No. 2 again this week, trailed for the first time this season when it fell behind early at Ramapo, but the Lions rallied to win, 3-1, in their NJAC opener. Allyson Anderson, Brenna Rubino and Annie McCarthy scored.
School Prev. W-L-T
1  Messiah (Pa.) 1  5-0-0
2  College of New Jersey 2  7-0-0
3  Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 3  4-0-0
4  Illinois Wesleyan 6  7-0-0
4  Otterbein 5  5-0-1
6  William Smith (N.Y.) 4  6-1-0
7  Johns Hopkins (Md.) 8  6-1-0
8  Williams (Mass.) 7  3-1-0
9  Wisconsin-Stevens Point 9  7-0-0
10  Rowan (N.J.) 11  5-0-1
11  Augustana (Ill.) 10  4-0-2
12  Puget Sound (Wash.) 12  6-0-1
13  Ithaca (N.Y.) 16  5-1-0
14  Loras (Iowa) 23  7-0-0
15  Calvin (Mich.) 20  6-1-1
16  Amherst (Mass.) 15  3-0-1
17  Emory (Ga.) 17  6-0-1
17  Trinity (Texas) 19  4-1-0
19  Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) 14  5-1-0
20  Allegheny (Pa.) RV  6-0-0
21  Wheaton (Mass.) 21  7-0-1
22  Wheaton (Ill.) 25  6-2-0
23  Eastern (Pa.) 22  5-1-0
24  SUNY Oneonta RV  4-2-0
25  St. Olaf (Minn.) NR  5-1-0
25  Transylvania (Ky.) 24  6-1-0



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