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Regis remains No. 1 for third week in a row
October 31st, 2012 5:04AM
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[NCAA DIVISION II]Regis, the the only undefeated team, is ranked No. 1 in the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Men's Top 25 for the third consecutive week. For the complete Top 25 poll as well as the Division II leading scorers ...

The Rangers finished RMAC regular-season play with a 14-0-0 record in the conference and 16-0-1 record overall thanks to wins over Colorado Mines (1-0), Adams State (3-0) and defending national champion Fort Lewis (2-1).

Sophomore Martin Maybin leads Regis with 12 goals and nine assists, while Alex Tarnoczi, son of the former indoor pro of the same name, and sophomore Logan Millerhave nine goals apiece.

Next up for Regis: UC-Colorado Springs on Friday in the RMAC Tournament semifinals.

NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Men's Top 25
Rank School Prev. W-L-T
1 Regis 1 16-0-1
2 LIU Post 2 16-1-0
3 Simon Fraser 3 15-1-1
4 Charleston 5 12-1-3
5 Rockhurst 6 15-2-2
6 Lander 9 12-2-1
7 Lynn 4 14-3-0
8 Grand Canyon 8 14-2-1
9 Incarnate Word 7 11-2-1
10 Quincy 10 12-1-5
11 Rollins 14 12-3-2
12 Mars Hill 13 13-2-2
12 Merrimack 16 12-2-2
14 Northeastern State (Okla.) 15 11-3-3
15 So. New Hampshire 20 14-3-0
16 Lindenwood 10 13-2-3
17 Mercyhurst NR 12-5-1
18 Saginaw Valley State 24 13-2-3
19 Tampa 23 10-4-1
20 Davis & Elkins 21 13-3-1
21 Flagler 22 9-3-3
22 Seattle Pacific 11 10-3-4
23 Colorado Mines RV 12-4-2
24 West Florida RV 11-2-2
25 Post 25 12-3-3

NCAA Division II Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, TEAM
22 Kenny Hogg, Palm Beach Atl.
20 Mario Pinto, Lincoln Memorial
19 Tesho Akindele, Colorado Mines
19 Marco Likos, Nyack
18 Dominic Furness, West Tex. A&M



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