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NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division II Top 25
September 20th, 2011 7:41PM

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[RANKINGS] Northern Kentucky and Rollins remained 1-2 in the NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division II Top 25 rankings. Fort Lewis moved up three spots to No. 3 thanks to a 2-0 win over Colorado State-Pueblo on second-half goals by Fabian Kling and Joey Madigan. For the complete rankings ...

NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division II Top 25
RANK/SCHOOL PREV. W-L-T

1 Northern Kentucky 1 6-0-0
2 Rollins (Fla.) 2 4-0-0
3 Fort Lewis (Colo.) 6 5-0-0
4 Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 9 5-0-0
5 Barry (Fla.) 8 6-0-0
6 Mercyhurst (Pa.) 5 5-1-0
7 Cal State Los Angeles 10 4-0-2
8 Incarnate Word (Texas) NR 4-1-0
9 Lander (S.C.) NR 3-1-1
10 C.W. Post (N.Y.) 15 6-0-0
11 Colorado Mines 13 4-1-0
12 Midwestern State (Texas) 3 4-1-0
12 Simon Fraser (B.C.) RV 5-0-0
14 West Virginia Wesleyan 20 4-1-0
15 Clayton State (Ga.) 7 4-2-0
16 Regis (Colo.) 17 4-0-0
17 Missouri Science & Tech RV 5-1-0
18 Lynn (Fla.) RV 4-1-0
19 Texas A&M International 22 4-0-1
20 Millersville (Pa.) NR 3-0-0
21 Sonoma State (Calif.) NR 5-1-0
22 Post (Conn.) NR 4-0-2
23 Flagler (Fla.) NR 4-1-1
24 Quincy (Ill.) NR 4-1-1
25 Saint Leo (Fla.) 16 4-1-0



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  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: September 21, 2011 at 12:14 p.m.
    HO-HUM!!! So far so consistent in leaving out many more NCAA D-II programs from way out west! If there is any "consolation" there ARE two from California, when we know for a fact that there are many-many more teams worthy of this ranking. Also and BTW, is the NSCAA actually involved in the top 25 selection processes, and if so, what is the criteria, and how large is the "selection" committee? One thing for sure, it is obvious that a lot of "unknown" and small teams are being recognized that before all of this only locals knew of their existence.


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