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Rio Grande moves ahead of Simon Fraser
October 28th, 2010 2:38AM

TAGS:  college men


[NAIA MEN'S RPI] Rio Grande, second in the first two NAIA Men’s RPI index, moved past Simon Fraser and claimed the top spot in this week's rankings.

The modified RPI consists of the team’s modified winning percentage, the opponents’ winning percentage and the cumulative ranking points from the current NAIA Soccer Coaches’ Top 25 Poll.

The modified RPI will select the at-large qualifying teams and seed the 32-team national championship field.
2010 Men’s Soccer Modified RPI
1 Rio Grande-Ohio 16-0-0
2 Simon Fraser 14-0-0
3 Hastings 14-0-0
4 William Jewell 13-1-0
5 Notre Dame - Ohio 16-0-0
6 California Baptist 13-2-0
7 Lindsey Wilson 11-2-1
8 Belhaven 13-1-1
9 Maine-Fort Kent 14-0-0
10 Mobile 10-3-2
11 Kansas Wesleyan 12-2-0
12 Benedictine 9-3-1
13 Science & Arts - Okla. 12-2-0
14 Grand View 14-1-0
15 Azusa Pacific 13-3-1
16 William Carey 8-3-2
17 Judson 14-1-1
18 Bryan 12-1-2
19 Vanguard 8-7-0
20 SCAD Savannah 13-3-0
21 Houghton 11-5-0
22 Cumberlands 9-3-3
23 Bellevue 10-4-1
24 Embry-Riddle - Fla. 8-5-0
25 Lindenwood 10-5-0
26 McKendree 11-3-3
27 Park 11-3-1
28 Concordia - Ore. 13-2-0
29 St. Xavier 9-5-1
30 Davenport 11-5-0
(As of games played through Oct. 24.)

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