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NSCAA/HendrickCars.com Small College Top 25
October 26th, 2010 4:52PM

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[RANKINGS] Franklin Pierce climbed two spots to take over the No. 1 spot in the NCAA II men's rankings, while Trinity (Texas) jumped six spots to claim the top spot in NCAA Divsion III poll. Saint Rose (Division II women) and Messiah (Division III women) held steady in their respective polls. For the  NSCAA/HendrickCars.com Small College Top 25 rankings ...

NCAA Men's Division II
Colorado School of Mines fell from No. 1 to No. 4 after dropping a 2-1 decision to Regis at home. The Orediggers couldn't dig their way out of a 2-0 irst-half hole on Regis goals by Nduo Chilaka and Ben Buhler.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 3 12-1-1
2 Midwestern State (Texas) 2 12-0-2
3 Cal State San Bernardino 6 12-3-1
4 Colorado Mines 1 14-1-1
5 Rollins (Fla.) 7 10-2-2
6 Clayton State (Ga.) 8 13-2-0
7 Mercyhurst (Pa.) 4 11-1-3
8 Northern Kentucky 5 11-2-3
9 Regis (Colo.) 10 12-1-3
10 Southern New Hampshire 9 11-1-3
11 Truman State (Mo.) 14 8-2-3
12 Ashland (Ohio) 16 11-3-2
13 Chico State (Calif.) 21 11-4-0
13 Charleston (W.Va.) 23 11-3-1
15 Barry (Fla.) 25 8-2-3
16 Flagler (Fla.) NR 10-3-1
17 Incarnate Word (Texas) 19 10-1-3
18 Dowling (N.Y.) 20 9-1-4
19 Wingate (N.C.) NR 12-2-0
20 Grand Canyon (Ariz.) NR 11-2-1
21 Tampa (Fla.) 15 11-5-1
22 West Virginia Wesleyan NR 10-4-2
23 Metro State (Colo.) 24 10-5-2
24 Montevallo (Ala.) 11 13-2-1
25 Missouri Science & Tech NR 9-3-3

NCAA Men's Division III
No. 1 Swarthmore, No. 2 Dominican (Ill.) and No. 3 Stevens all lost for the first time, resulting in a major shakeup at the top. Trinity (Texas) has won its last six games by a 34-3 margin. Tommy Barros and Yuri Ribeiro lead Trinity with 11 goals apiece.  Zachary Garcia has 10.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Trinity (Texas) 7 14-2-0
2 Ohio Wesleyan 4 12-1-2
3 Messiah (Pa.) 9 14-1-0
4 Christopher Newport (Va.) 10 15-1-1
5 Bowdoin (Maine) 14 10-1-2
6 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 12 16-0-2
7 Rochester (N.Y.) 21 8-1-5
8 Dominican (Ill.) 2 15-1-1
9 Swarthmore (Pa.) 1 12-1-2
10 Williams (Mass.) 17 10-1-2
11 DePauw (Ind.) 11 13-1-2
12 Washington (Mo.) 15 11-1-3
13 Wisconsin-Whitewater 6 12-1-2
14 Emory (Ga.) 18 12-1-2
15 St. Lawrence (N.Y.) NR 13-2-2
16 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.) NR 11-2-2
17 Stevens (N.J.) 3 10-1-3
18 Middlebury (Vt.) 5 11-2-0
19 Muhlenberg (Pa.) 19 9-0-6
20 York (Pa.) RV 14-4-0
21 Kenyon (Ohio) 23 13-1-1
22 Calvin (Mich.) 20 11-2-3
23 Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) NR 12-3-1
24 Texas-Tyler NR 9-2-1
25 Salisbury (Md.) 8 12-2-3

NCAA Women's Division II
Janae Averett's goal in the 85th minute gave No. 8 St. Edward's a 1-0 win over Dallas Baptist Saturday afternoon to kept the Hilltoppers unbeaten on the season and run their streak to 20 matches.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Saint Rose (N.Y.) 1 17-0-0
2 Central Missouri 2 14-0-0
3 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 4 12-1-2
4 Fort Lewis (Colo.) 5 15-1-1
5 West Chester (Pa.) 6 14-1-0
6 St. Edward's (Texas) 8 14-0-1
7 Rollins (Fla.) 9 9-2-2
8 Northern Kentucky 20 14-1-1
9 UC San Diego 21 12-2-2
10 Grand Valley State (Mich.) 3 14-1-2
11 Columbus State (Ga.) 10 14-1-1
12 California (Pa.) 12 15-1-1
13 Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 13 12-1-2
14 Metro State (Colo.) 14 12-3-2
15 Florida Southern 15 9-3-2
16 C.W. Post (N.Y.) 16 10-1-3
17 West Florida 19 14-2-0
18 BYU-Hawaii 7 11-0-2
19 Wisconsin-Parkside 11 13-2-1
20 Merrimack (Mass.) 22 11-4-2
21 UNC Pembroke RV 12-2-2
22 Kutztown (Pa.) 23 11-3-1
23 Abilene Christian (Texas) RV 13-2-0
24 Winona State (Minn.) RV 12-3-1
25 Franklin Pierce (N.H.) RV 11-4-1

NCAA Women's Division II
No. 5 Loras improved its record to 16-1-0 with a 2-0 win over Simpson thanks to goals by Madeline Tennant and Rachel Rieger.
School Prev. W-L-T
1 Messiah (Pa.) 1 15-0-0
2 Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 2 15-0-0
3 Illinois Wesleyan 3 15-0-1
4 Otterbein (Ohio) 4 14-0-1
5 Loras (Iowa) 6 16-1-0
6 Emory (Ga.) 8 12-1-2
7 Trinity (Texas) 9 13-1-0
8 William Smith (N.Y.) 10 12-2-2
9 Wheaton (Ill.) 12 15-2-0
10 Eastern Conn. State 11 13-0-3
11 Ithaca (N.Y.) 7 11-2-1
12 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 15 14-1-1
13 Dickinson (Pa.) 17 12-2-1
14 Williams (Mass.) 13 8-3-2
15 Augustana (Ill.) 5 12-1-3
16 William Paterson (N.J.) 15 11-2-4
17 Johns Hopkins (Md.) 22 13-3-0
18 Stevens (N.J.) 19 14-2-1
19 Rowan (N.J.) 23 14-1-1
20 California Lutheran RV 16-1-1
20 Thomas More (Ky.) NR 12-0-3
22 College of New Jersey 18 13-2-1
23 Carleton (Minn.) 25 11-2-1
24 Rochester (N.Y.) 24 10-3-2
25 Centre (Ky.) 14 14-2-0

Note: NSCAA rankings are voted on by college coaches.



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