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NSCAA/HendrickCars.com Small College Top 25
October 19th, 2010 5:41PM
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[RANKINGS] Swarthmore took over as No. 1 in the NCAA Division III men's rankings. Colorado Mines (NCAA Division II men), Saint Rose (Division II women) and Messiah (Division III women) remained No. 1 in their respective polls. For the  NSCAA/HendrickCars.com Small College Top 25 rankings ...

NCAA Men's Division II
Fresh off a weekend sweep over rival Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State San Bernardino moved up to No. 6 in the national rankings and the top spot in the West rankings. Obi Agwu leads the Coyotes with 11 goals.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Colorado Mines 1 13-0-1
2 Midwestern State (Texas) 2 12-0-0
3 Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 3 10-1-1
4 Mercyhurst (Pa.) 4 10-0-2
5 Northern Kentucky 5 10-1-3
6 Cal State San Bernardino 8 10-3-1
7 Rollins (Fla.) 6 9-2-2
8 Clayton State (Ga.) 10 11-2-0
9 Southern New Hampshire 9 11-1-1
10 Regis (Colo.) 16 10-1-3
11 Montevallo (Ala.) 20 12-1-1
12 Gannon (Pa.) 12 11-3-0
13 Cal State Dominguez Hills NR 10-2-2
14 Truman State (Mo.) RV 6-2-0
15 Tampa (Fla.) 22 9-4-1
16 Ashland (Ohio) 17 8-3-1
17 Mars Hill (N.C.) 25 11-1-1
18 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 21 10-3-1
19 Incarnate Word (Texas) 7 9-1-2
20 Dowling (N.Y.) NR 8-1-3
21 Chico State (Calif.) 14 10-4-0
22 Ohio Dominican 24 10-1-2
23 Charleston (W.Va.) 23 9-3-1
24 Metro State (Colo.) 11 9-4-2
25 Barry (Fla.) NR 6-2-3

NCAA Men's Division III
It was a rough week for top-ranked Christopher Newport. It dropped a 3-2 decision to North Carolina Wesleyan and tied Virginia Wesleyan, 2-2, and yielded the No. 1 ranking to Swarthmore.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Swarthmore (Pa.) 2 11-0-2
2 Dominican (Ill.) 4 13-0-1
3 Stevens  (N.J.) 5 9-0-3
4 Ohio Wesleyan 6 10-1-2
5 Middlebury (Vt.) 13 10-1-0
6 Wisconsin-Whitewater 8 10-0-2
7 Trinity (Texas) 6 12-2-0
8 Salisbury (Md.) 18 12-1-3
9 Messiah (Pa.) 10 12-1-0
10 Christopher Newport (Va.) 1 13-1-1
11 DePauw (Ind.) 14 13-1-1
12 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 12 14-0-2
13 SUNY Brockport 15 10-1-2
14 Bowdoin (Maine) 22 7-1-2
15 Washington (Mo.) 11 10-1-3
16 Pacific (Ore.) 16 11-1-2
17 Williams (Mass.) 3 8-1-2
18 Emory (Ga.) 9 11-1-2
19 Muhlenberg (Pa.) 19 8-0-5
20 Calvin (Mich.) 17 10-1-3
21 Rochester (N.Y.) 20 7-1-5
22 Redlands (Calif.) RV 9-1-2
23 Dubuque (Iowa) 24 12-2-0
23 Kenyon (Ohio) NR 11-1-1
25 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 21 9-2-1

NCAA Women's Division II
Top-ranked Saint Rose clinched at least a share of the Northeast-10 regular-season title for the fifth straight year with a 2-0 win over Merrimack. Christina Cuffari set up Gianna D’Errico for her 10th goal of the season and freshman Carmelina Puopolo for her eighth goal.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Saint Rose (N.Y.) 1 15-0-0
2 Central Missouri 2 12-0-0
3 Grand Valley State (Mich.) 3 13-1-1
4 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 7 10-1-2
5 Fort Lewis (Colo.) 6 13-1-1
6 West Chester (Pa.) 13 12-1-0
7 BYU-Hawaii 9 10-0-2
8 St. Edward's (Texas) 8 12-0-1
9 Rollins (Fla.) 5 9-2-1
10 Columbus State (Ga.) 12 12-1-1
11 Wisconsin-Parkside 10 12-1-1
12 California (Pa.) 4 13-1-1
13 Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 14 10-1-2
14 Metro State (Colo.) 11 10-3-2
15 Florida Southern 15 8-3-2
16 C.W. Post (N.Y.) 17 8-1-3
17 Belmont Abbey (N.C.) 16 13-0-1
18 Midwestern State (Texas) 19 12-1-0
19 West Florida 18 12-2-0
20 Northern Kentucky 20 12-1-1
21 UC San Diego 22 10-2-2
22 Merrimack (Mass.) 21 10-4-2
23 Kutztown (Pa.) 23 10-3-1
24 Regis (Colo.) NR 12-4-0
25 Bloomsburg (Pa.) RV 9-2-3

NCAA Women's Division III
Otterbein, one of seven unbeaten teams in the Division III Top 25, remained perfect in the Ohio Athletic Conference with a 2-0 win over cross-town rival Capital on goals by senior Lindsey Rudibaugh and sophomore Emily Bates.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Messiah (Pa.) 1 13-0-0
2 Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 2 13-0-0
3 Illinois Wesleyan 4 15-0-0
4 Otterbein (Ohio) 5 12-0-1
5 Augustana (Ill.) 6 12-0-2
6 Loras (Iowa) 7 14-1-0
7 Ithaca (N.Y.) 9 10-2-0
8 Emory (Ga.) 15 11-1-2
9 Trinity (Texas) 10 12-1-0
10 William Smith (N.Y.) 11 10-2-2
11 Eastern Conn. State 13 13-0-1
12 Wheaton (Ill.) 12 13-2-0
13 Williams (Mass.) 14 8-3-1
14 Centre (Ky.) 16 14-1-0
15 William Paterson (N.J.) NR 9-2-3
15 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 17 12-1-0
17 Dickinson (Pa.) NR 10-2-1
18 College of New Jersey 3 12-1-1
19 Stevens (N.J.) 18 12-2-1
20 Puget Sound (Wash.) 19 12-1-1
21 Allegheny (Pa.) 20 12-0-2
22 Johns Hopkins (Md.) 8 11-3-0
23 Rowan (N.J.) 22 12-1-1
24 Rochester (N.Y.) 25 9-3-2
25 Carleton (Minn.) NR 10-2-1

(The NSCAA rankings are compiled by a vote of college coaches.)



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