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NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division III Top 25
September 20th, 2011 7:43PM

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[RANKINGS] Yanick Brown scored the lone goal to give St. Lawrence a 1-0 win over Gordon. The Saints are the new No. 1 in the NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division III Top 25 rankings. Last week's top-ranked team, Christopher Newport, fell two spots following its 1-1 tie at Oneonta State. For the complete rankings ...

NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division III Top 25
RANK/SCHOOL PREV. W-L-T
1 St. Lawrence (N.Y.) 4 5-0-0
2 Messiah (Pa.) 2 5-0- 1
3 Christopher Newport (Va.) 1 5-0-1
4 Washington (Mo.) 6 6-0-0
5 Amherst (Mass.) 7 4-0-0
6 Trinity (Texas) 5 4-0-2
7 Ohio Wesleyan 12 5-1-0
8 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 17 4-1-1
9 Hobart (N.Y.) 10 6-0-0
10 Swarthmore (Pa.) 9 5-0-0
11 Williams (Mass.) 11 2-0-1
12 William Paterson (N.J.) NR 6-0-1
13 Chapman (Calif.) 14 5-1-0
14 Loras (Iowa) RV 6-1-1
15 Dominican (Ill.) NR 4-1-0
16 Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) NR 6-1-0
17 UC Santa Cruz 19 5-1-0
18 Union (N.Y.) 22 6-0-0
19 Muhlenberg (Pa.) 23 5-0-0
20 Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) 8 6-1-0
21 Maryville (Tenn.) NR 6-1-0
22 Bowdoin (Maine) RV 3-1-0
23 North Park (Ill.) 13 4-0-3
24 Thomas More (Ky.) NR 6-0-0
25 Salisbury (Md.) 20 4-1-1



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  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: September 21, 2011 at 12:21 p.m.
    HO-HUM, HO-HUM, AND HO-HUM, yet again the august NSCAA "selection" committee has found it "fit" to only find, locate, identify, and "rank" only TWO NCAA DIII teams from the Western part of the country. Folks, THIS IS AN INSULT, and if any DII or DIII coaches from the Western Region of the country read this and don't say jack diddly about the slap in the face and continuing sligh, and "east" coast anti "western" region bias, they you deserve what you're not getting: so called NSCAA national recognition. So wake up Coaches, speak up and demand equal ranking treatment!!!


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