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NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division III Top 25
October 25th, 2011 3:58PM

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[RANKINGS] St. Lawrence, Messiah and Christopher Newport remained 1-2-3 in the NSCAA Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division III Top 25 rankings. Luther was the big climber, moving up 16 spots to No. 8 with victories over Loras (2-0) and Simpson (5-0). James Garcia-Prats led the Norse, who won their first IIAC men's title since 2002, with the insurance goal against Loras and the game-winning goal and three assists against Simpson. For the complete rankings ...

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

1 St. Lawrence (N.Y.) 1 14-0-0
2 Messiah (Pa.) 2 15-0-1
3 Christopher Newport (Va.) 3 13-0-1
4 Trinity (Texas) 5 12-0-2
5 Amherst (Mass.) 4 11-0-2
6 Ohio Wesleyan 6 15-1-0
7 Washington (Mo.) 8 13-1-1
8 Luther (Iowa) 24 14-2-1
9 Wesleyan (Conn.) 9 10-0-3
10 Rutgers-Camden (N.J.) 10 14-2-1
11 Hobart (N.Y.) 12 14-2-0
12 Texas-Tyler 13 13-2-0
13 North Park (Ill.) 14 10-0-3
14 Ohio Northern 15 14-2-2
15 St. Olaf (Minn.) RV 13-2-1
16 Drew (N.J.) NR 14-2-0
17 Salisbury (Md.) 17 10-2-3
18 Babson (Mass.) 20 13-2-2
19 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 19 13-2-0
20 Stevens Institute of Technology (N.J.) RV 13-2-0
21 Loras (Iowa) 7 13-2-2
22 DePauw (Ind.) 22 13-2-0
23 Calvin (Mich.) 23 13-3-1
24 Catholic (D.C.) NR 12-3-0
25 Oglethorpe (Ga.) 25 13-2-0



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