Men’s Division II college basketball rankings, March 9, 2010

Men’s Division II Rankings

National Association of Basketball Coaches Poll

March 9

Record Pts Pvs

1. Arkansas Tech (8) 29-1 200 2

2. Indiana, Pa. 28-2 189 5

3. Midwestern State, Texas 28-2 182 6

4. Augusta State, Ga. 26-3 170 1

5. Kentucky Wesleyan 29-4 166 3

6. Valdosta State, Ga. 25-4 156 7

7. Central Missouri 25-3 145 4

8. Minnesota State 24-4 144 8

9. Southern Indiana 24-3 137 11

10. West Liberty, W.Va 27-2 120 10

11. Rollins, Fla. 25-5 114 17

12. West Virginia State 28-3 105 18

13. Florida Southern 25-4 89 12

14. Fort Hays State 22-6 81 13

15. Western Washington 25-5 78 21

16. St. Cloud State, Minn. 25-5 70 24

17. Georgia College & State 22-5 66 14

18. Seattle Pacific, Wash. 22-5 64 9

19. Bellarmine, Ky. 22-8 45 NR

20. Stonehill, Mass. 23-5 44 16

21. Metro State 23-6 42 NR

22. Clark Atlanta, Ga. 24-6 38 20

23. St. Augustine’s, N.C. 26-4 35 NR

24. Mount Olive, N.C. 25-5 25 NR

25. Augustana, S.D. 22-6 23 15

Dropped out: Bentley (19), Drury (22), Mesa State (23), Central Oklahoma (25).

Others receiving votes: Bentley (Mass.) 23, Mesa State 15, Drury (Mo.) 11, Kutztown (Pa.) 7, East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 6, Cal Poly Pomona 3.

Women’s Division II Rankings

USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll

Pvs Record Pts

1. Gannon (Pa.) (24) 1 33-0 647

2. Franklin Pierce (N.H.) (2) 2 28-1 616

3. Michigan Technological 5 28-2 576

4. Arkansas Tech 6 28-2 550

5. Indianapolis (Ind.) 3 26-3 518

6. Fort Lewis College 4 30-3 493

7. Washburn (Kan.) 10 26-3 451

8. Delta State (Miss.) 8 25-3 446

9. West Texas A&M 11 28-3 445

10. Fort Valley State (Ga.) 7 26-2 416

11. Lander (S.C.) 9 25-3 354

12. California San Diego 12 25-4 311

13. Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 18 23-3 309

14.  Alaska Anchorage 13 23-4 294

15. Emporia State (Kan.) 15 24-5 250

16. Holy Family (Pa.) 14 28-2 248

17. Tampa (Fla.) 16 25-4 222

18. Western Washington 20 23-4 207

19. Clayton State (Ga.) 21 21-6 203

20. Francis Marion (S.C.) 17 26-4 200

21. Concordia St. Paul (Minn.) 19 24-4 124

22. Wayne State (Neb.) NR 26-4 84

23. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 22 24-5 82

24. Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) 24 21-7 54

25. Cal University of Penn NR 23-7 46

Dropped Out: Tarleton State University (Texas) 43; Millersville University of Pennsylvania 40.

Others Receiving Votes: Drury University (Mo.) 39; Northeastern State University (Okla.) 38; Fayetteville State University (N.C.) 34; Seton Hill University (Pa.) 23; University of Wisconsin, Parkside 20; Quincy University (Ill.) 11; Northwest Nazarene University (Idaho) 7; Newberry College (S.C.) 6; Stonehill College (Mass.) 6; Tusculum College (Tenn.) 6; Fairmont State University (W.Va.) 4; Pace University (N.Y.) 4; Virginia State University 4; University of Minnesota, Duluth 3; Barry University (Fla.) 2; Bentley University (Mass.) 2; California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 1; Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) 1; Lynn University (Fla.) 1; Northern Michigan University 1; University of Central Oklahoma 1.


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