Nova Southeastern Stays No. 1 in GCAA Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Nova Southeastern received 11 first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the final fall edition GCAA Division II Coaches Poll.

South Carolina-Aiken received two first-place votes to stay at No. 2, a spot it shared previously with Barry (four first-place ballots) who slipped to third. Chico State stayed at No. 4 and Lynn moved up to fifth after receiving the final first-place nod.

Georgia Southwestern State and Cameron made their debuts in the rankings at T21 and 24, respectively. Armstrong State and Limestone fell from the top 25.

NCAA Division II - 11/14/14

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Nova Southeastern (11) 440 1
2 South Carolina-Aiken (2) 418 T2
3 Barry (4) 414 T2
4 Chico State 396 4
5 Lynn (1) 365 6
6 CSU-Monterey Bay 320 5
7 Central Oklahoma 276 9
8 North Alabama 270 8
9 West Georgia 254 12
10 Columbus State 253 7
11 Simon Fraser 244 13
12 Saint Leo 243 11
13 Florida Southern 237 17
14 Florida Institute of Technology 190 19
15 Flagler 181 10
16 West Florida 173 15
17 Erskine 134 14
18 Malone 93 18
19 Western Washington 81 20
20 Central Missouri 80 16
T21 Georgia Southwestern State 72 NR
T21 North Greenville 72 22
23 Wingate 69 T23
24 Cameron 60 NR
25 Georgia College 40 25
       
Dropped From Ranking: Armstrong State (#21), Limestone (#T23)
       
Others Receiving Votes: Armstrong State, 33; Grand Valley State, 32; Missouri-St. Louis, 31; Tiffin, 28; Lander, 27; Colorado School of Mines, 23; Lake Superior State, 23; CSU-Stanislaus, 22; Indianapolis, 22; Hawaii-Hilo, 20; Western New Mexico, 19; Northeastern State, 17; Saginaw Valley State, 16; Rollins, 15; Southeastern Oklahoma State; 15; St. Edward's, 15; Wayne State (MI), 15; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 13; Lewis, 12; Queens University of Charlotte, 12; Arkansas Tech, 11; Sonoma State, 11; Dixie State, 8; Lincoln Memorial, 7; Valdosta State, 6; St. Thomas Aquinas, 5; Clayton State, 3; Colorado Christian, 3; Southern Nazarene, 3; Carson-Newman, 2; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 2; Lee, 1; Mount Olive, 1; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 1; St. Mary's (TX), 1.