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NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Women's Top 25
September 19th, 2012 3:26PM

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[RANKINGS] Defending champion Saint Rose fell from the top spot in the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Women's Top 25 following its 1-1 tie with Southern New Hampshire. Grand Valley State, the NCAA Division II champion in 2009 and 2010 and runner-up in 2011, took over the top spot. The Lakers (6-0-1) have not allowed a goal in their last five games. For the complete Top 25 ...

Rank School Prev. W-L-T

1 Grand Valley State 3 6-0-1
2 Sonoma State 6 6-0-0
3 Saint Rose 1 4-0-1
4 West Florida 7 5-0-0
5 North Georgia College & State 11 7-0-0
6 St. Edward's 17 5-0-0
7 West Chester 12 6-0-0
8 Minnesota State-Mankato 22 4-1-1
9 UC San Diego 15 5-0-0
10 Quincy 19 6-0-0
11 Colorado-Colorado Springs NR 6-0-0
12 Edinboro 20 5-1-0
13 Southwestern Oklahoma State NR 6-0-0
14 Fort Lewis 2 4-0-1
15 Armstrong Atlantic State 24 3-1-1
16 Southern New Hampshire NR 4-1-1
17 Florida Tech RV 4-2-0
18 Columbus State 4 5-1-0
19 Rockhurst RV 5-0-0
20 California (Pa.) NR 4-1-0
21 Cal State Stanislaus RV 5-1-0
22 North Alabama 21 4-1-0
23 Truman State RV 5-1-0
24 LIU Post 18 4-1-1
25 Central Oklahoma 10 6-1-0



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