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September 28th, 2010 4:58PM
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[RANKINGS] The Colorado School of Mines and Christopher Newport have taken over the top spots in the NCAA Division II and III men's rankings. Calvin (Division III men) and Messiah (Division III women) both 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
The Colorado School of Mines is the new No. 1, marking the first time it has ever been top-ranked. The Orediggers beat Regis (2-1) and Colorado Christian (4-0) and tied Metro State (0-0). Defender Jacob Juett had a big week for CSM that included his second game-winning goal of the season.
School Prev. W-L-T
1  Colorado Mines 3 7 - 0-1
2  Southern New Hampshire 4 7-0-1
3  Montevallo (Ala.) 6 7-0-1
4  Northern Kentucky 5 6-0-2
5  Charleston (W.Va.) 8 6-1-1
6  Chico State (Calif.) 20 7-1-0
7  Metro State (Colo.) 11 6-1-2
8  Incarnate Word (Texas) 14 6-1-0
9  Tampa (Fla.) NR 5-1-0
10  Mercyhurst (Pa.) 19 7-0-1
11  Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 25 6-1-0
12  Flagler (Fla.) 22 6-1-0
13  Ashland (Ohio) 15 5-2-0
14  Merrimack (Mass.) 16 6-1-0
14  Rollins (Fla.) 17 3-1-1
16  Cal State San Bernardino NR 6-2-0
17  Eastern New Mexico NR 7-1-0
17  Gannon (Pa.) RV 7-1-0
19  Regis (Colo.) 18 5-1-1
19  Mars Hill (N.C.) NR 7-0-1
21  Saint Leo (Fla.) RV 3-0-2
22  Ohio Dominican NR 6-1-0
23  Clayton State (Ga.) NR 7-1-0
24  East Stroudsburg (Pa.) NR 7-1-0
25  Bloomfield (N.J.) NR 8-1-0

NCAA Men's Division III
Hope got goals from Jeffrey Ekdom and Brayden West and knocked off top-ranked Calvin, 2-1. Christopher Newport, a 2-0 winner over Averett, moved into the No. 1 spot, while Calvin dropped to No. 18.
School Prev. W-L-T
1  Christopher Newport (Va.) 2 8-0-0
2  Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 3 8-0-0
3  Swarthmore (Pa.) 5 8-0-0
4  Williams (Mass.) 4 5-0-1
5  Stevens Tech (N.J.) 6 6-0-1
6  Trinity (Texas) 7 7-1-0
7  Dominican (Ill.) 9 8-0-0
8  Wisconsin-Whitewater 7 6-0-1
9  Emory (Ga.) 10 9-0-0
10  Messiah (Pa.) 11 7-1-0
11  Pacific (Ore.) 14 8-0-1
12  Ohio Wesleyan 16 7-1-0
13  Washington (Mo.) 18 7-0-2
14  Rochester (N.Y.) 12 5-0-3
15  Amherst (Mass.) RV 4-0-2
16  Wisconsin-Oshkosh 20 8-0-1
17  Salisbury (Md.) 18 8-0-2
18  Calvin (Mich.) 1 7-1-0
19  Middlebury (Vt.) NR 6-0-0
20  DePauw (Ind.) 25 8-1-0
20  SUNY Brockport RV 6-0-2
22  Muhlenberg (Pa.) NR 5-0-2
23  Augsburg (Minn.) NR 7-2-0
24  Texas-Dallas NR 7-2-0
25  Johns Hopkins (Md.) 17 6-1-2

NCAA Women's Division II
Central Missouri improved to 7-0-0 -- its best start ever -- with a 4-0 victory over Missouri Western and climbed to No. 3, its highest ranking ever. The Jennies got goals from four different players, including Kayla Shain with her team-high fourth goal of the season.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Saint Rose (N.Y.) 1 8-0-0
2  Columbus State (Ga.) 2 7-0-0
3  Central Missouri 7 7-0-0
4  Rollins (Fla.) 6 6-1-0
5  Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 8 7-0-1
6  Grand Valley State (Mich.) 9 7-1-1
7  California (Pa.) 13 8-0-1
8  Fort Lewis (Colo.) 12 8-1-0
9  Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 10 4-0-2
10  St. Edward's (Texas) 11 6-0-1
11  Metro State (Colo.) 3 7-1-1
12  Wisconsin-Parkside 22 7-1-0
13  Bloomsburg (Pa.) RV 5-0-1
14  Cal State Stanislaus RV 6-1-0
15  Florida Southern 15 5-2-1
16  Merrimack (Mass.) 23 6-1-1
17  Belmont Abbey (N.C.) 17 8-0-0
18  West Chester (Pa.) 4 7-1-0
19  Franklin Pierce (N.H.) NR 6-1-0
20  West Florida NR 5-2-0
21  Northern Michigan RV 5-0-3
22  Truman State (Mo.) NR 5-1-1
23  Montana State-Billings NR 6-1-1
24  Colorado Mines NR 4-2-1
25  Kutztown (Pa.) 18 6-2-0

NCAA Women's Division III
No. 3 Hardin-Simmons improved to 7-0-0 with a 12-0 win over the University of the Ozarks. Amy Kuykendall leads the Cowgirls with 11 goals and is tied with sister Katie for the team lead in assists with four.
School Prev. W-L-T
1  Messiah (Pa.) 1 8-0-0
2  College of New Jersey 2 9-0-0
3  Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 3 7-0-0
4  Illinois Wesleyan 4 10-0-0
5  Otterbein (Ohio) 4 7-0-1
6  Johns Hopkins (Md.) 7 8-1-0
7  William Smith (N.Y.) 6 7-1-1
8  Williams (Mass.) 8 5-1-1
9  Wisconsin-Stevens Point 9 8-0-0
10  Augustana (Ill.) 11 6-0-2
11  Rowan (N.J.) 10 7-0-1
12  Calvin (Mich.) 15 7-1-1
13  Loras (Iowa) 14 8-1-0
14  Emory (Ga.) 17 8-0-1
15  Trinity (Texas) 17 6-1-0
16  Allegheny (Pa.) 20 8-0-0
17  Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) 19 6-1-1
18  Brandeis (Mass.) NR 6-1-1
19  Ithaca (N.Y.) 13 5-2-0
20  Stevens Tech (N.J.) NR 8-1-0
21  Wheaton (Ill.) 22 7-2-0
22  California Lutheran NR 7-0-1
23  Widener (Pa.) NR 7-1-0
24  Centre (Ky.) NR 8-1-0
25  Amherst (Mass.) 16 3-1-2



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  1. Tom Fazekas
    commented on: September 28, 2010 at 11:28 p.m.
    Men's Div.II, Did u forget Midwestern State Univ. in Wichita Falls Tx. 6-0-0 beat #8 Incarnate Word 6-0

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